final fantasy 7 remake soundtrack record set

Final Fantasy VII Remake LP Release Shows Off Its Songs and Vinyl Designs

People who can’t wait to hear more of Final Fantasy VII Remake don’t have to sit around until the game launches. Square Enix has offered more details about the album with tracks from the old and new versions of the game, sharing the records’ designs and offering samples of some of the songs on the Final Fantasy VII Remake soundtrack. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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This Final Fantasy VII Remake soundtrack consists of two records. The first disc only has ten songs from the remaster, while the second has ten from the original game. Each LP has images of Cloud and Sephiroth, with the classic and new albums having corresponding art on them.

In addition to a YouTube video sharing and comparing clips, the official website has been updated with song clips. People can hear “Let the Battles Begin!” and “Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII” from Final Fantasy VII Remake. The original Final Fantasy album has samples of “Opening – Bombing Mission,” “Let the Battles Begin!,” “Fight On!,” and “Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII.”

Here is a look at the full Final Fantasy VII Remake LP collection. The sleeve looks like Cloud’s Buster Sword.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released for PlayStation 4 on March 3, 2020. It will be a timed exclusive until March 2021. The second part is also in development. This Final Fantasy VII Remake and Final Fantasy VII album will be available on January 31, 2020. It costs $77.77/€87.77/¥7,777.

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