Square Enix Asks Composers To Remix The Best Tunes For One Music CD

By Spencer . June 30, 2013 . 9:28am

imageSquare Enix Music has a compilation called Square Enix Composers Best – Black Disc – which will have songs handpicked by Square Enix composers. Nine composers that worked on mostly modern games like Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children and Sengoku IXA will select songs to remix for the 50 minute CD.

 

With so many titles released over three decades I wonder which songs will be on the CD. Will we see any  pre-merger "Enix" titles like Dragon Quest or Valkyrie Profile? Will someone dare to pick a song from an Eidos game? We’ll find out when the Square Enix Composers Best – Black Disc – comes out on September 11 for 2,100 yen.

 

Here are the nine composers chosen for the task:

 

Keiji Kawamori

The Chase of the Highway from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children
Last Order – Crisis Mix from Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII

 

Hidenori Iwasaki

Skydive from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers
Guild War from Monster x Dragon
Sekigahara from Sengoku IXA

 

Naoshi Mizuta

Steel Sings, Blades Dance from Final Fantasy XI: Treasures of Aht Urhgan
Ragnarok [HD version] from Final Fantasy XI: Treasures of Aht Urhgan

 

Takeharu Ishimoto

We Have Arrived from Final Fantasy Type-0
Twister Original version from The World Ends With You

 

Yasuhiro Yamanaka

Sword Sparks from The Last Remnant
Reversal! (Bench Mark Edit) from The Last Remnant
Press to Victory from The Last Remnant
Out of Control from The Last Remnant
Beat the Odds from The Last Remnant
Nisus (Intro) from The Last Remnant

 

Tsuyoshi Sekito

Relics Keeper from Musashi: Samurai Legend
Savior from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children
Desperation from The 3rd Birthday

Ryo Yamazaki

Battle I from Unlimited SaGa
Blinded by Light from Final Fantasy XIII
Beyond the Horizon from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers
Battlefield from Monster x Dragon

 

Hirosata Noda

Prelude from Final Fantasy X
Cyber Sound Orchestra from Hanjuku Hero 4

Mitsuto Suzuki

Sazanamu Dream from Sigma Harmonics
Defiers of Fate from Final Fantasy XIII
Queen from The 3rd Birthday
Saturn Remix from Demons Score
Historia Crux from Final Fantasy XIII-2


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