Daryl's Library - Final Fantasy CDs

Miscellaneous Final Fantasy CDs

This is a list of other, non-promotional CDs that Final Fantasy music has appeared on. (For promotional CDs, please visit the promos page.) This lists only those CDs that have remixes of FF songs or otherwise a version of an FF song that is different from the one found on the games' official soundtracks, or that include FF-related footage (such as Angela Aki's "Home" CD). As I do not personally collect these CDs, I know this list is far from complete. Each CD listed is a full album (at least as far as I know) unless otherwise specified. If you have additional information, please e-mail me!

Aug. 2: 2009: I'm currently in the process of reorganizing each section by title. Also, I'm going to eliminate the "Various compilation CDs" section and merge it with the "Jpop/Asian CDs" section.

  • Other game music CDs (arranged by title)
  • Orchestral Game Concert CDs
  • Various compilation CDs (non-bootleg, arranged by title)
  • It's new! Square Enix Music Powered CDs
  • Various bootleg music collections
  • Dancemania CDs
  • Jpop/Asian CDs (non-bootleg, arranged by title)



    Other game CDs

    (Arranged by title)

    Chocobo Dungeon/Racing CDs

    The Chocobo Dungeon and Chocobo Racing soundtracks have some songs based on FF music, mainly the chocobo theme and the Final Fantasy prelude. More details will (hopefully) follow. ^_^





    Chocobo no Fushigina Dungeon: Tokiwasure no Meikyuu
    Original Soundtrack

    Catalog number: SQEX-10104 (released 1/23/08)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan

    This game was released as "Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon" in the U.S. for the Nintendo Wii. The soundtrack also includes a yellow slipcase, which you can see in my scan of the cover. (I don't know at this point if the slipcase denotes a limited edition or first pressing.) The vast majority of the music on this album is remixes of other Final Fantasy music. There are only 3 completely original songs.



    Chocobo to Mahou no Ehon Series Original Soundtrack

    Catalog number: SQEX-10134-5 (released 12/24/08)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan

    This 2-CD set takes songs from two games: "Chocobo to Mahou no Ehon" (released in the U.S. as "Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales" for the Nintendo DS) and "Chocobo to Mahou no Ehon: Majo to Shoujo to Go-nin no Yuusha" (Nintendo DS, unreleased in the U.S. for the moment). The first title translates roughly to "Chocobo and the Magic Picture Book," while the second title translates generally to "The Witch and the Girl and the Five Heroes." Most of the songs from the first "Ehon" game are remixes of Final Fantasy songs, while the "Shoujo" game has a lot more original compositions.

    The tracklist printed on the back cover has a few errors in the games that the songs were taken from.




    Ehrgeiz original soundtrack

    Catalog number: SSCX-10025 (2 CDs; released 11/21/98 by DigiCube)
    Some of the tracks are based on FF7 music.




    Kingdom Hearts II Original Soundtrack

    Catalog number: TOCT-25871-2 (released 1/25/06)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan

    This is a 2-CD set in a regular-sized jewel case.




    Kingdom Hearts Original Soundtrack Complete Box

    Catalog number: TOCT-26221 (released 3/28/07 by Toshiba EMI Japan)
    9 CDs, 208 tracks total

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan

    Includes the complete soundtracks to Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts II, and Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories. Also includes tracks that were found only on the promotional Final Mix CDs for KH and KH2.
    • Disc 6:
        1. One-Winged Angel (from Final Fantasy VII) (3:48) (based on "Katatsubasa no tenshi" from FF7. Longer version of the song found on the KH2 soundtrack)
    • Disc 9:
        1. One-Winged Angel (3:52) (based on "Katatsubasa no tenshi" from FF7. Same as the one found on the Final Mix CD)





    Kingdom Hearts -Final Mix- Additional Tracks

    Catalog number: SQCD-40001
    4 tracks, 14:35

    This is a promotional CD that I'm not sure how people got.
      1. Katatsubasha no tenshi (from FF7) (3:52)
      Arranged by Yoko Shimomura




    Super Mario RPG original sound version

    Catalog number: PSCN-5047-8
    Released 3/25/96 by NTT Publishing

    This music comes in the battle with Culex, who was apparently called Crystaler in the Japanese version of the game. The first two themes are lifted directly from the FF4 soundtrack, except they're looped twice on the SMRPG soundtrack. The third song is a simple version of the Final Fantasy prelude that I believe was created specifically for this game, but if I had to choose one, it sounds most like the Prelude found on disc 2 of the FF5 soundtrack.





    Shinyaku Seiken Densetsu - Sword of Mana Premium Soundtrack

    Catalog number: SSCX-10097~8 (released 8/27/03 by Square Enix)
    Re-release catalog number: SQEX-10038 (released 10/20/04 by Square Enix)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy re-release from CD Japan

    I'm not too clear on the history of this soundtrack. First of all, there was only a so-called "Premium Soundtrack" released -- there was no "regular" edition. The Premium soundtrack had two CDs, the first with the original in-game versions of the songs and the second with piano arrangements of selected songs, composed and performed by Kenji Ito. CD Japan lists the first pressing as having a bonus CD with extra songs. However, the re-released Premium Soundtrack also seems to include the bonus CD, first pressing or not.

    Being that Sword of Mana is a remake of the Final Fantasy Adventure (Seiken Densetsu) for the Game Boy, most of the music from Sword is simply rearranged Adventure tunes.

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    Orchestral Game Concert CDs

    (GEEMU Ongaku CONSAATO)

    These were a total of five CDs that consist of orchestrated versions of various video game songs. If you've heard an orchestrated FF song, it's most likely from these CDs. The actual Japanese title is "GEEMU Ongaku KONSAATO" (Game Music Concert), and is even listed as such in English on the CDs. But for some reason, the name "Orchestral Game Concert" has stuck, so that's what I'll refer to them as, also. If you're searching for these on eBay, it's best to enter the search terms "orchestral game."



    Orchestral Game Concert 1

    Performed by Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra.

    Catalog number: WPCL-560 (released 9/15/91 by Warner Music Japan)
    Full tracklist

    13. Akai Tsubasa (Red Wings) (FF4)
    Sample clip
    14. Ai no TEEMA (Theme of Love) (FF4)
    Sample clip
    15. ENDINGU TEEMA (Ending Theme) (FF4)
    Sample clip



    Orchestral Game Concert 2

    Performed by Tokyo Memorial Orchestra.

    Catalog number: WPCL-709 (released 9/15/92 by Warner Music Japan)
    Full tracklist

    15. OUPUNINGU TEEMA (Opening Theme) (FF5)
    Sample clip
    16. WARUTSU (Waltz) (FF5)
    Sample clip
    17. Machi no TEEMA (Theme of town) (FF5)
    Sample clip
    18. MEIN TEEMA (Main Theme) (FF5)
    Sample clip



    Orchestral Game Concert 4

    Performed by Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra.

    Catalog number: SRCL-2736 (released 11/21/94 by Sony Music Entertainment)
    SM catalog number: GAME-112
    Full tracklist

    11. Ai no chikai "MARIA to DORAKUU" (Oath of love "Maria and Draku") (FF6)
    Sample clip


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    Various compilation CDs (non-bootleg)


    20th Anniversary - A Tribute to Game-Sounds for Music-CD

    Catalog number: AYCM-610 (released 1998 by Ayers Inc.)
    Full tracklist

    A collection of arranged music from various games.
    • 6. Final Fantasy Prelude: An arranged version featuring mainly guitar
      Sample clip



    Best of TV Drama

    Instrumentals of various vocal songs

    Catalog number: AVTCD-95554
    Released 12/5/01 by avex trax
    Distributed by Avex Asia Limited Hong Kong
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from YesAsia


    drammatica - The Very Best of Yoko Shimomura

    Catalog number: SQEX-10112 (released 3/26/08 by Square Enix)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan

    Contains orchestrated versions of some of Yoko Shimomura's songs from the games Live A Live, Front Mission, Legend of Mana, Heroes of Mana, and Kingdom Hearts. Includes a bonus track from Final Fantasy Versus XIII.
    • 16. Somnus (from Final Fantasy Versus XIII)



    Famicom Music Best Selection

    Catalog number: SRCL-2476 (released 10/1/92 by Sony Records)
    Full tracklist

    This CD has arranged music from various Famicom (Nintendo) games.



    image d'amour

    This compilation CD is part of the Sony Music "image" series. Click here for more info on this CD. Scroll all the way down to their "countdown calendar" to see the tracklist for the CD. The FF10 track is listed under Tuesday, 30. This also has a DoReMi piano book, but it DOES NOT include "ZANARUKANDO nite." Distributed by Sony Music International Inc.
    Full tracklist


    Melody of Legend: Chapter of Dream

    A collection of songs from game music composers, arranged by other composers and performed by Ronan Browne. Full tracklist
    Interesting note: "Chapter" is misspelled as "Capter" on the CD. I don't know if this error appears on the EverAnime version.


    Melody of Legend: Chapter of Love

    A collection of songs from game music composers, arranged by other composers and performed by Ronan Browne. Full tracklist
    Interesting note: "Chapter" is misspelled as "Capter" on the CD. I don't know if this error appears on the EverAnime version.


    NOW 10

    Collection of popular jpop songs that came out in 1999.

    Catalog number: TOCP-65350 (released 11/26/99?)
    Full tracklist


    Project Majestic Mix - The Trance Album

    This is the third album in the Majestic Mix series by KFSS Studios. It includes trance-style remixes of music from various games. Released 11/5/04 by KFSS Studios (visit their website)
    Full tracklist



    SQUAREDANCE

    This is the second album in the Majestic Mix series by KFSS Studios. It includes dance remixes of music from various Square games -- Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, Secret of Mana and Parasite Eve. Released 10/10/02 by KFSS Studios (visit their website)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Gamemusic.com
    -- Buy from Animenation




    Square Enix Battle Tracks Vol. 1: Square 1987-1996

    Catalog number: SQEX-10097 (released 5/9/07)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan

    Includes "battle" music from various Square games that were released from 1987 to 1996. Also comes with a Square Enix point card.
      1. Sentou SHIIN (Battle scene) (from FF1)
      3. Sentou SHIIN 2 (Battle scene 2) (from FF2)
      4. Sentou (Battle) (from Makai Toushi SaGa [Final Fantasy Legend])
      5. Saigo no shitou (Final struggle to the death) (from FF3)
      6. Hissatsu no ichigeki (A mortal blow) (from SaGa 2 - Hihou Densetsu [Final Fantasy Legend 2])
      7. Sentou 1 (Battle 1) (from Seiken Densetsu [Final Fantasy Adventure])
      8. GORUBEEZA shitennou to no BATORU (Battle with "the Big Four" of Golbez) (from FF4)
      9. Ikusa! (Fight!) (from SaGa 3 - Jikuu no Hasha, Kanketsuhen [Final Fantasy Legend 3])
      11. BIGGU BURIJJI no shitou (Fight to the death on the big bridge) (from FF5)
      13. BATORU 1 (Battle 1) (from FF Mystic Quest)
      15. Yousei ranbu (?) (Wild dance of a charming star (?); Dancing Mad) (from FF6)



    It's new! Square Enix Battle Tracks Vol. 2: Square 1996-1998

    Catalog number: SQEX-10200 (released 9/15/10)
    16 tracks, 46:20
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan

    Includes "battle" music from various Square games that were released from 1996 to 1998. The FF song is taken directly from its respective soundtrack; I don't know about the other tracks. Also comes with a Square Enix point card.
      2. Tatakau monotachi (2:49) (from FF7)



    It's new! Square Enix Battle Tracks Vol. 3: Square 1999-2000

    Catalog number: SQEX-10201 (released 9/15/10)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan

    Includes "battle" music from various Square games that were released from 1999 to 2000. The FF songs are taken directly from their respective soundtracks; I don't know about the other tracks. Also comes with a Square Enix point card.
      2. Don't be Afraid (2:54) (from FF8)
      13. BATORU 1 (Battle 1) (2:41) (from FF9)



    Square Vocal Collections

    Full tracklist

    Includes vocal songs from various video games produced by Square.

    6. Eyes On Me (orchestra version): By Faye Wong (from FF8). This is the version that plays during the game's end sequence.
    10. Melodies of Life (Japanese version): By Emiko Shiratori (from FF9). This is the version found on the "Melodies of Life" CD single.


    -- Buy from CD Japan



    Super Famicom music CDs

    These compilation CDs were released with the Super Famicom Magazine in Japan, published by Tokuma Intermedia Mook. They have several volumes, some of which had Final Fantasy music that was taken straight from the original soundtracks.









    It's new! Symphonic Fantasies: Music From Square Enix

    Catalog number: SQEX-10202n
    (to be released 9/15/10)
    Full tracklist

    -- Preorder from Play-Asia
    -- Preorder from CD Japan




    Vielen Dank

    Catalog number: SQEX-10098 (released 5/30/07 by Square Enix)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan

    A collection of both original tunes and rearranged video-game music, all composed by Masashi Hamauzu.
    • 21. Jenseits der Finsternis (2:16)
      (Beyond the darkness) (from FF10)
    • 24. Vergessene Tränen (2:17)
      (Forgotten tears) (from Dirge of Cerberus)
    • 25. Splitter von Traurigkeit (2:01)
      (Splinter of sadness) (from Dirge of Cerberus)


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    It's new! Square Enix Music Powered CDs

    These CDs were given as bonuses in Square Enix's Gangan Magazine. They came in paper sleeves and were attached to the inside of the magazine. There was a small perforated tab across the top that you would rip open to get the CD out. The CDs consist of spoken dialogue (from the few words I can pick up, it sounds like they're talking about SE games and music), various SE game songs, and audio dramas. I do not know if the dialogue was recorded specifically for this CD or if it was broadcast somewhere before being collected on disc. The Final Fantasy songs seem to have been taken directly from their respective soundtracks; I do not know about the non-FF songs.

    I would love to know what the heck is going on in the "potion" tracks on each CD. There's always one track titled "Sonna omae no Potion" somewhere on the album. It's of a man and woman talking, and every so often the man says, "High potion!" or "Potion!" and then you hear the sparklyjingle that plays when you use a potion in a game. I find it disturbing especially in vol. 4, when the man actually GIGGLES.




    It's new! Square Enix Music Powered Vol. 1

    Catalog number: none (released 2006 by Square Enix)
    21 tracks, 66:33
    Full tracklist

    • 3. Liberi Fatali ("VOICES music from Final Fantasy" yori) (3:07)
      (From the VOICES live concert) (From FF8)
    • 5. Maybe I'm a Lion ("More Friends music from Final Fantasy" yori) (3:04)
      (From the More Friends live concert) (From FF8)
    • 7. Final Fantasy ("VOICES music from Final Fantasy" yori) (3:04)
      (From the VOICES live concert) (The prologue song from the FF series)
    • 16. SERISU no TEEMA (2:56)
      (Celes' theme) (From FF6)





    It's new! Square Enix Music Powered Vol. 2

    Catalog number: none (released 2006 by Square Enix)
    19 tracks, 70:34
    Full tracklist

    • 13. Itsuka kaeru tokoro (2:06)
      (The place I will return to someday) (From FF9)





    It's new! Square Enix Music Powered Vol. 3

    Catalog number: none (released 2006 by Square Enix)
    16 tracks, 60:49
    Full tracklist

    • 11. BESAID (2:45)
      (Besaid) (From FFX-2)
    • 13. Katatsubasa no tenshi (4:17) (This track has obviously been shortened from its soundtrack version.)
      (One-winged angel) (From FF7)





    It's new! Square Enix Music Powered Vol. 4

    Catalog number: none (released 2006 by Square Enix)
    16 tracks, 66:00
    Full tracklist

    • 5. Shuugeki (4:05)
      (Attack) (From FF10)
    • 13. Shin'ai naru tomo e (4:01)
      (Deep affection to a friend) (from FF5)





    It's new! Square Enix Music Powered Vol. 5

    Catalog number: none (released 2006 by Square Enix)
    16 tracks, 58:21
    Full tracklist

    • 3. NARUBINA jousai shigaichi (2:22)
      (NARUBINA fortress town areas) (From FF12)
    • 5. Shitou (2:45)
      (Fight to the death) (From FF12)
    • 11. EARISU no TEEMA (4:12)
      (Aeris' theme) (From FF7)


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    Various bootleg music collections


    For more info about bootlegs, click here for my short explanation. There are a lot of such bootleg collections out there, so look out for them. Here are some that I've found:


    Final Fantasy VIII ~ Final Fantasy X-2 Singles Collection
    K-O Records Trading Co., KO-99044
    Full tracklist



    Includes the main vocal songs from FF8 through FFX-2. The tracklist appears to have been taken in part from the official CD singles that were released for those vocal songs, but it doesn't have all of the songs that were on the Eyes On Me single.




    Final Fantasy X-2 Vocal Collection ~Yuna, Rikku, Paine~
    Alion International Records, ALCA-8234
    Full tracklist




    Includes all the songs from the 3 CDs in the FFX-2 Vocal Collection, Yuna, Rikku, and Paine. 12 songs total, including the karaokes. The picture of the front of the CD that you see in the scan is actually the obi, which covers the entire front; the actual front CD cover is different.

    The liner notes simply take the content from each of the FFX-2 Vocal Collection CDs and put it all together into one massive foldout. So on one side are the lyrics in Japanese (kana), pictures and profiles of the singers, and on the other side are the pinups of Yuna, Rikku and Paine. The only thing the liner notes are missing are the info regarding the DVDs that were included in the original Japanese releases.




    Japanese Advertisement Songs
    3-disc set released 10/17/2001 by Sixstar Musical Publishing



    2001 5 Fight Champion
    Released 2/9/01 by Sixstar Musical Publishing



    2001 5 Fight Champion 5 Fight
    Released 11/12/01 by Sixstar Musical Publishing



    Final Fantasy Single Collection
    EverAnime: GM-496
    Archer Records: SA-007
    Full tracklist




    Final Fantasy X
    Golden Diamond Records, GS-172
    Full tracklist




    Contains 13 tracks of music from FF8 through FF10.




    2000 Best Japan Ballades
    Ho-Son Video Record Co. Ltd.
    Catalog number: N-087 (Hong Kong release?)
    Full tracklist



    2000 5 Fight Champion
    Sixstar Musical Publishing Co., Ltd.
    Catalog number: SS-9954 (5 discs)
    Full tracklist



    Japanese Cartoon Collection
    Catalog number:




    2000 Latest Anime Songs Best Collection Vol. 11
    EverAnime catalog number: NK-035
    Full tracklist



    Contains 16 tracks of music from various anime and games. The tracklist has some typos in the Japanese; for instance, in the Kero-chan song, the katakana for "re" is used instead of the hiragana for "shi." Considering that those two characters look similar, I"m not surprised that someone in Taiwan got it wrong. Anyway, the FF songs are:

    1. Melodies of Life (Japanese version): FF9 main theme
    2. Melodies of Life (English version)




    '99 The Latest Anime Songs Best Collection Volume 4
    EverAnime catalog number:




    Game Music Best Collection: RPG Volume
    SonMay (SM) catalog number: A&G-155
    Full tracklist



    Contains 14 tracks of music from various RPG's. The FF ones are:

    1. Melodies of Life (Japanese version)
    2. Melodies of Life (English version)
    3. Melodies of Life (instrumental)
    4. Galway no sora - not strictly Final Fantasy, but it was on the Melodies of Life single




    Melodies Of Life
    Wisdom Records: WJP-072
    Full tracklist



    • This 2-disc set has all the songs on the MoL single, plus some other FF9 songs, on Disc A. Disc B has all the songs from the FF 1987-1994 CD.

    • The Disc A tracklist has a few bad typos whenever they kept (or tried to keep) the original Japanese. The rest have been translated to English, some of them pretty badly. Also, the songs are wrong -- for example, track 8 says "Fight," but it's not any of the battle music...the music is actually "Vamo' alla flamenco." Also, track 13 is actually "Rufus' welcoming ceremony" from FF7, the remixed version that appeared on the FF9 Soundtrack Plus. I'm not even going to TRY to identify what the other songs are really supposed to be. For a close-up scan of the back cover tracklist, click here.

    • The fold-out liner notes have the tracklist; the Japanese and English lyrics to MoL; lyrics to "Galway no sora"; scans of the stickers that came with the MoL single; and the tracklist from the MoL single, including the short profile of Emiko Shiratori. It makes me suspect that they just copied everything they could from the MoL single. Also comes with survey card.




    Melodies of Life
    Golden Diamond Records: GT-012
    Full tracklist




    Comes in a larger plastic case. This 2-disc set has a big FF9 logo above the MoL title. Disc 1 is the music CD and has the exact same 20 songs as the Wisdom Records' version listed above, errors, funny translations and all. Disc 2 is a VCD, which I can't view so I can't tell what's on it.




    Final Fantasy Sound Collections 1987-2000
    Sixstar Musical Publishing: SS201-102053
    Full tracklist



    Comes with slipcase and spine card. On the front of the slipcase is a collage of images from the various FF CDs. Disc 1 has selected music from FF8 and FF9; disc 2 has selected music from FF5-7; and disc 3 has a mixture of music from the other FF CDs, mainly from FF 1987-1994.




    Final Fantasy IX Octagon Collection
    Wisdom Records: WF-510 (image taken from some shopping site)
    Full tracklist

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    Dancemania CDs


    This is a huge series of CDs, released by Toshiba EMI. Some contain dance mixes of "Eyes On Me." For more info, cover scans, catalog numbers, and tracklists, check out the Dancemania website. Unfortunately, many of these CDs are out of print, but a few can still be ordered through CD Japan.

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    Jpop/Asian CDs (non-bootleg)





    99% Radio Show: MAY BE REMOVED. Compilation album of artists on the Rhythm Zone label (which is part of the Avex corporation)

    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan
    -- Buy from YesAsia

    This is an Avex copy-protected CD. For more about how this copy protection works, click here.



    Adagio

    • Catalog number: AVCD-17405 (released 2/4/04 by Avex)
    • Limited-edition re-release: AVCD-17883 (released 3/1/06)
    Full tracklist

    Album by Sweetbox. Includes the FULL English versions of "1000 Words" and "real Emotion." The original release is an Avex copy-protected CD; the re-release is NOT copy-protected. For more about how this copy protection works, click here.


    Best -Bounce & Lovers-

    Album by Kumi Koda. As far as I can tell, both the Japan and Hong Kong versions have a music CD and DVD and the playlists seem to be the same. Full tracklist

    -- Buy Hong Kong version from Play-Asia
    -- Buy Japan version from YesAsia
    -- Buy Japan version from CD Japan

    I believe there is no regular-edition release of this album. On the DVD is footage from various Kumi Koda songs, but it does NOT include "1000 no kotoba."




    Best -first things-: Album by Kumi Koda -- Buy Japan limited edition at Play-Asia
    -- Buy Japan limited edition at YesAsia

    -- Buy Japan regular edition at Play-Asia
    -- Buy Japan regular edition at YesAsia

    -- Buy Korean limited edition from YesAsia (the tracklist of the CDs and DVDs seem to be the same as the Japan version)
    -- Buy Hong Kong edition from Play-Asia (the tracklist of the CDs and DVD seem to be the same as the Japan version. I do NOT know if this is a "bootleg.")

    These albums are kind of tricky. It seems as if both the DVD edition and the regular edition have first pressings with included extras. I do NOT know this for certain, though, as I do not have these CDs, so please do not ask. If you know more about these CDs, please let me know. I will post more details if I have them.

    This tracklist applies to all editions.



    Best -Second Session-: Album by Kumi Koda -- Buy Korean edition from YesAsia
    -- Buy Hong Kong edition from YesAsia

    This album does have a Japanese release, but it does NOT have "real Emotion" on it, which is why I'm not listing it here. The Korean and Hong Kong editions have a lot of extras not found in the original Japanese release. I do not know if the DVD clip of "real Emotion" is the same as the one found on other DVDs.


    Celtic Breeze

    Catalog number: OMCA-1055 (released 7/19/06)
    Full tracklist

    Album by Takashi Yasui and Inis, with Celtic-style rearrangments of various songs.


    Come With Me

    Catalog number: RZCD-45095 (released 8/27/03 by Avex)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy Japan version from Play-Asia
    -- Buy Japan version from YesAsia
    -- Buy Hong Kong version from Play-Asia


    This is an Avex copy-protected CD. For more about how this copy protection works, click here. NOTE: These English versions sung by Koda Kumi are NOT the ones found in the domestic FFX-2 game. Koda Kumi wrote her own English versions that are different from the actual in-game songs sung by Jade (from the group Sweetbox), although the lyrics are similar. I really do NOT recommend buying this CD; Kumi's strong accent just completely ruins the songs.



    Complete Best - Sweetbox

    Album by Sweetbox.

    Catalog number: AVCD-61013 (released 12/12/07 by Avex)

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan



    Cross My Heart

    Catalog number: KICS-825 (released 10/4/00 by King Record Co. Ltd.)
    Full tracklist

    Album by Emiko Shiratori.



    FANTASY: MAY BE REMOVED. Album sung by Candy Lo.
    For more info on Candy Lo and her albums, click here. The tracklist is all in Chinese; I don't know the Chinese name of the song, but "Screaming" is track 4. For those who've heard it and want to try singing it, click here for a karaoke VCD.




    Faye HK Scenic Tour '98-'99: sung by Faye Wong. Two-CD set. There are two such sets with the same name, but they have different tracklists. This album is out of print at CD Japan.
    Catalog number: TOCP-65371-2 (released 2/23/00)
    Full tracklist



    Faye Wong Fable
    Collection of songs sung by Faye Wong. There are various versions of this album, including two Hong Kong releases; only the Japanese version has "Eyes On Me."

    Catalog number: TOCP-65473 (released 2/9/01)
    Full tracklist

    -flowing to the sky-

    Catalog number: PCCA-1976 (released 2/18/04 by Leafage Music/Pony Canyon)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from YesAsia
    -- Buy from CD Japan

    Album by Yae.


    grow into one

    Catalog number: RZCD-45078 (released 3/19/03)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy non-first-pressing from Play-Asia
    -- Buy non-first-pressing edition from YesAsia
    -- Buy non-first-pressing edition from CD Japan


    Album by Koda Kumi. This is an Avex copy-protected CD. For more about how this copy protection works, click here.

    Home

  • Limited edition CD+DVD catalog number: ESCL-2848-9 (released 6/14/06)
  • Regular edition (no DVD) catalog number: ESCL-2850 (released 6/14/06)

    -- Buy Japan regular edition from Play-Asia
    -- Buy Japan regular edition from YesAsia
    -- Buy Japan regular version from CD Japan
    -- Buy Taiwan version (no DVD) from YesAsia
    -- Buy Korea version (no DVD) from YesAsia

  • Album by Angela Aki. The limited edition also includes a slipcase. On the DVD is footage from FF12 with the insert vocal song "Kiss Me Good-Bye" by Aki.



    Jeuno -Starlight Celebration-

    This piece was played in Jeuno during the Starlight Celebration in December 2004. This tune is available through the iTunes music store. You will need to download the iTunes program to buy the song.

    There is also a "Jeuno -Starlight Celebration-" song on the "Unreleased Tracks" CD of the FF11 Premium Soundtrack boxed set. However, I've never listened to the iTunes offering so I can't say for sure if they're the same song.



    KANARIA

    Catalog number: UMCK-1056 (released 10/3/01)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from CD Japan

    Album sung by Rikki.




    Koda Kumi Driving Hit's

    Yes, the official title has that errant apostrophe.

    Japan catalog number: RZCD-46204 (released 3/25/09)
    Hong Kong catalog number: AVJCD-10389 (released 4/7/09) Full tracklist

    -- Buy Japan edition from Play-Asia
    -- Buy Japan edition from CD Japan
    -- Buy Hong Kong edition from Play-Asia


    Kokoro no senshi

    Single by Angela Aki. -- Buy limited edition from Play-Asia
    -- Buy limited edition from CD Japan

    -- Buy regular edition from Play-Asia
    -- Buy regular edition from CD Japan
    -- Buy regular edition from YesAsia

    Also on the DVD is footage from FF12 with the insert vocal song "Kiss Me Good-Bye" by Aki.




    It's new! Love SQ

    Includes covers of various songs from Square Enix games.

    Square Enix catalog number: SQEX-10174 (to be released 11/25/09)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from CD Japan




    Mega Collection: Album sung by Candy Lo.

    Catalog number: unknown (released December 2001) For more info on Candy Lo and her albums, click here. The tracklist is all in Chinese; I don't know the Chinese name of the song, but "Screaming" is track 15. For those who've heard it and want to try singing it, click here for a karaoke VCD.




    Mitsu: Album sung by Rikki. This album has NO Final Fantasy songs; see below explanation.

    Catalog number: UMCK-1115 (released 8/21/02)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from YesAsia




    New Sounds in Brass 2004

    Conducted by Naohiro Iwai
    Catalog number: TOCF-56045 (released 4/21/04)
    Full tracklist

    This is a copy-protected CD.



    Phantasmagoria

    Full tracklist

    Album of music composed by Nobuo Uematsu, who composed most of the music in the Final Fantasy series.
      10. FINAL FANTASY (F.F. VI TVCF version) (3:55): Vocalized version of the Final Fantasy prologue that was used in a TV commerical for the game. You can view the ad on Youtube at this link.
      Sample clip

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from Animenation



    Romeo & Juliet

    Catalog number: VICC-60459 (released 10/21/05)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from CD Japan

    Album by Izumi Masuda. I don't know FF11's music all that well, so I'm not sure if this song is based on an FF11 instrumental or if it's a completely new song. This song can also be found on the FF11 Soundtrack Premium Box on the "Unreleased Tracks" CD.





    Sing to the Sky MAY BE REMOVED.
    Album by Ayaka.

    -- Limited-edition #1 catalog number: WPZL-30088 (released 6/25/08) - includes DVD with Budokan footage
    -- Limited-edition #2 catalog number: WPZL-30090 (released 6/25/08) - includes DVD with music videos to various songs
    -- Regular-edition catalog number: WPCL-10479 Full tracklist



    Single Hits Collection - Best of Avex Anime (Silver version): Various artists. MAY BE REMOVED.

    Catalog number: AVCA-14814 (released 12/17/03 by Avex)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from YesAsia
    -- Buy from CD Japan

    This is an Avex copy-protected CD. For more about how this copy protection works, click here.




    Songnation2 trance: Various artists
    Catalog number: AVCD-17096 (released 3/6/02)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy Japan version from YesAsia
    -- Buy "overseas version" from YesAsia ("overseas version" usually, but not always, means it's a bootleg)



    Songs: Album by Taro Hakase



    Catalog number: HUCD-10030 (released 7/4/07)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan





    Speed & Power Style 2005

    Catalog number: AVCD-17583 (released 1/19/05)
    Full tracklist


    Sweet Perfect Box

    Limited-edition album by Sweetbox. Includes the FULL English versions of "1000 Words" and "real Emotion."

    Catalog number: AVCD-61022 (released 9/10/08 by Avex)

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan




    This is Cover Hits? Discover!: MAY BE REMOVED. Compilation of songs by various artists

    Catalog number: AVCD-17419 (released 3/3/04 by Avex)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan

    This is an Avex copy-protected CD. For more about how this copy protection works, click here.



    Those Who Distorted

    By Cellythm
    Catalog number: DERP-10004 (released 3/25/09 by Dog Ear Records)
    6 tracks, 19:48
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from CD Japan

    Cellythm is a quartet of four cello players. The tracklist is in English. Included with this CD is a small flyer advertising both the "The Black Mages III: Darkness and Starlight Live" DVD and the "Those Who Distorted" CD. In the corner of the flyer is a proof of purchase that you apparently could send in for some purpose. I can't read the entire flyer so I don't know the details. Here's a scan of the flyer if you want to try translating it. If you do so, please let me know what it says!


    The Trance Champion: Overhead Champion Best Remix & Live: Album with trance remixes of various songs

    Catalog number (includes DVD): AVCD-23000 (released 8/23/06)
    Full tracklist

    -- Buy from Play-Asia
    -- Buy from CD Japan



    Voici Voila: Shizuru Ohtaka Voice Collection

    MAY BE REMOVED.

    Catalog number: PSCR-5389 (released 7/26/95 by Polystar)
    Full tracklist

    Album of songs by Shizuru Ohtaka. -- Small note: According to the system of romanization that I use, Ohtaka's name should actually be spelled "Ootaka." However, the CD spells it "Ohtaka." This is similar to Risa Ohki's name.


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