Album: Final Fantasy IX: Worlds Apart

A free arrange album, published by OverClocked ReMix on 2015-09-09

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Final Fantasy IX

Game: Final Fantasy IX

  • Catalog Number: OCRA-0053
  • Published: 2015-09-09 by OverClocked ReMix
  • Media: 4 Digital

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Disc 1

1. Moguo's Knife Party (Over the Hill) 5:32
2. Sjá, Minn Heim (A Place to Call Home) 3:35
3. Black Mage Master (Vivi's Theme) 4:20
4. Canaries and Hurricanes (Swords of Fury, Behind the Door) 4:24
5. Vamo alla Django (Vamo alla Flamenco) 2:57
6. Lunar Rebellion (Court Jesters) 3:40
7. Knight-wit (Steiner's Theme) 3:48
8. Prima Variations (Prima Vista Orchestra) 2:36
9. Doomed Lovers (Tragic Love) 3:35
10. t.r.e.e. (Danger in the Forest) 3:40
11. Exploda (Battle 1) 3:56
12. Bossa de Victory (Fanfare) 3:33
13. The Throes of Death(guise) [Battle 2] 5:32
14. Corra! (Run!) 3:43
15. Memories of Dali (Village of Dali) 4:18
16. Birth Under a Blue Light (Zidane's Theme) 5:12

Disc 2

1. Craic in the Castle Walls (Cid's Theme) 3:55
2. Late Night Lindblum (Lindblum) 3:48
3. As Long As We Remember (Garnet's Theme) 3:13
4. Zaghnol Comes (Festival of the Hunt) 5:20
5. Yummy-yummies (Quina's Theme, Qu's Marsh) 5:31
6. The Knight of Woeful Sorrow (Freya's Theme) 3:47
7. You Don't Know Me (Unforgettable Silhouette) 3:48
8. Spirits of Gaia (Faerie Battle) 3:33
9. Terraforming Gaia (Kuja's Theme) 5:20
10. March of Robbers in Treno City (Dark City Treno) 3:17
11. In the Hall of the Gangster King (Tantalus' Theme) 3:20
12. Ambitious Whispers, Immoral Chants (Wicked Melody, Devil's Ambition) 4:43
13. Into the Sandstorm (Cleyra's Trunk) 5:06
14. Tribe of the Sandy Treehouse (Cleyra Settlement) 3:15
15. Save the Queen (The Wavering Blade) 4:48
16. To Be Forgotten (Eternal Harvest) 5:59

Disc 3

1. A Rose in the Storm (Roses of May) 4:24
2. Dig This Fossil (Fossil Roo) 3:49
3. Rally-ho! (Conde Petit) 4:22
4. Fixations (Before the Altar) 3:40
5. Blakk Majik (Black Mage Village) 4:56
6. I Am Gonna Stop Eventually (Unforgettable Sorrow) 3:19
7. I'll Always Be There (Eiko's Theme) 4:35
8. Iifa, the Super Tree of Death (Iifa, the Ancient Tree of Life) 2:57
9. Assassimander (Amarant's Theme) 4:05
10. Four Score and Six-Eight (Tetra Master) 3:21
11. Miles and Miles Away (Esto Gaza) 4:20
12. When Love Must Be Saved (Broken Spell, Healed Hearts) 4:12
13. The Final Melody (Melodies of Life) 5:05
14. Through Sun-Drenched Skies (Aboard the Hilda Garde) 3:46
15. Bibliotheca ~ Dreamer in the Library (Daguerreo, the Hermit's Library) 4:37

Disc 4

1. Inritus Bellum (The War to Nothingness) [Guardians] 3:15
2. Ghosts (Terra) 5:25
3. Ground Zero (Bran Bal, the Soulless Village) 3:40
4. The Fallen Savior (Pandemonium) 4:20
5. You and I (We're Not Alone) [Not Alone] 4:22
6. Viking Funeral for the Damned (Silver Dragon) 6:49
7. Filtering Through the Memories (Memoria) 4:24
8. Crystalline Tempest (Crystal World) 3:33
9. Arxidopita (The Darkness of Eternity) 14:01
10. Zero World (The Final Battle) 11:00
11. Prelude to Fantasy (Prelude) 3:48

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Discussion: Latest 15 comments/reviews; view the complete thread or post your own.
Xanadite
on 2016-06-06 11:37:49

Listening to the whole album right now. Seems really nice. Been lurking the site for years, but I decided to create an account just now.

Fun fact: Arxidopita would translate to "testicle pie" in Greek (source: am Greek). Neat track though.

Josh Whelchel
on 2015-10-06 22:02:49

I hate you so much right now. I must listen to that song just because you mentioned it.

This is how we'll take over the world.

Mirby
on 2015-10-06 18:16:58

I was singing "Shine Tonight" in the shower for weeks after that was posted. KF

I hate you so much right now. I must listen to that song just because you mentioned it.

@pmac: There's Unforgettable Silhouette, in which the Burmecia theme is incorporated into. Same with Freya's Theme. It may not be the entire one, but they got the two songs it's part of. Perhaps they didn't feel the need to remix the whole song because of that?

pmac
on 2015-10-04 19:39:57

I listened to this a few times, you guys did great. I'm not sure who controls the mixing + mastering of the whole album, but the tracks fit very well together. Briggs starts out with a really strong track that captures the wayward feeling of journeying around FFIX's overworld, and each track continues strongly. The genres vary heavily but it certainly works, where each track generally has a genre that reflects it.

My only gripe is the track "Birth under a Blue Light." It really fails to capture that unique two-sidedness of Zidane being an adventurous vagrant, but at the same time is a soulful, rich and thoughtful character. The acrostic, dark fuzz of an arrangement really fails to capture that.

Also, where is Kingdom of Burmecia theme? The Burmecia theme is one of my favorite themes of all time, it's honestly very surprising of all tracks to cut, the organizers thought that that one would be appropriate to not include.

Genoism
on 2015-09-22 00:00:34

Amazing album!

My absolute favorite are (in no particular order)

You and I

A rose in the storm

fixations

vamo alla django

in the hall of the gangster king

save the queen

to be forgotten

freyas theme

doomed lovers

zero world

ambitious whispers

Kizyr
on 2015-09-18 14:57:05

I still need to listen a few more times through to give my full opinion, but so far I must say most of the tracks are just amazing. It's really what I hoped for.

One thing specific though:

The version of Poolside and Amanda looked a lot strange to me, not fitting to the original mood of course, and it was a kind of sacrilege to me. :mellow:

I went to sleep, woke up and I suddendly found myself under the shower screaming "I'LL WAIT FOR YOOOOOU UNTIL OUR SOOOOULS ARE TOOORN APAAAAART". :lol:

Ok seriously all of Poolside's songs do that to me, too. I was singing "Shine Tonight" in the shower for weeks after that was posted. KF

The Orichalcon
on 2015-09-18 09:31:44

I'm slowly reviewing and editing my reviews of the album's tracks. I just wanted to post my first impressions.

katethegreat19 is above and beyond the standout on the album. "Tribe of the Sandy Treehouse" is by far my favourite track on the album, which is ironic since the source material is my least favourite piece from the OST. Brandon Strader has to be applauded for the contributing three amazing tracks to the album as well.

My favourite tracks from first impressions, in no particular order:

Tribe of the Sandy Treehouse

Vamo all Django
Lunar Rebellion
Craic in the Castle Walls

A Rose in the Storm

Spirits of Gaia
Four Score and Six-Eight
Miles and Miles Away
Zero World
Arxidopitra

I'll probably post a full review up in a month's time once I've had a good chance to listen to all the tracks properly.

Melbu Frahma
on 2015-09-15 08:18:56

Granted there's like 152 tracks on the soundtrack. Even if you filter out the ones that were from previous games and recycled tunes, you still might not have enough room.

That's very, very true, lol. And Eidolon Wall is a relatively minor piece, as well, so I wasn't terribly surprised.

IanFitC
on 2015-09-14 09:44:08

Fixations, Lunar Rebellion, and Craic in the Castle Walls are all amazing, particularly as they showed off tracks I had no real expectations for due to their being tracks that weren't particularly favorites of mine in the game;

Cheers dude! Much appreciated!

I maintain that Lunar Rebellion is quite possibly the best piece of work I've done. It was heart wrenching to sit on it for so long, but I'm glad it's found an audience finally! Glad you enjoyed it :)

Pipez
on 2015-09-13 19:13:34

So I've given the whole thing three full listens-through. There's definitely some good tracks on this album. I think the standouts for me are as follows:

All of Kate Covington's tracks are superb, as per her usual M.O. - I think You Don't Know Me is probably my favorite thing on here. Fixations, Lunar Rebellion, and Craic in the Castle Walls are all amazing, particularly as they showed off tracks I had no real expectations for due to their being tracks that weren't particularly favorites of mine in the game; Fixations in particular struck me strongly, as I had totally forgotten about the wedding music in the game. As Long as We Remember is an excellent rendering of Garnet's theme, and The Knight of Woeful Sorrow, Crystal Tempest, Doomed Lovers, Black Mage Master, and Filtering Through the Memories are all really great takes on some of my favorite parts of the OST.

There were some disappointments too, but I won't go into detail about them here. I do have a question though, and Mirby/Pipez' posts made me think of it: Is it my imagination, or did Eidolon Wall also get missed? Just for curiosity's sake; it's possible it got worked into a track and I just missed it.

Granted there's like 152 tracks on the soundtrack. Even if you filter out the ones that were from previous games and recycled tunes, you still might not have enough room. That being said I kinda wish there was a remix for this:

RiverSound
on 2015-09-13 12:04:03

Fixations in particular struck me strongly, as I had totally forgotten about the wedding music in the game.

Cheers for the pick-me-up! I really feel like I went out on a limb with the arrangement, but I'm glad if people can still enjoy it. Bringing even the minorforgotten tracks back to people's minds is, after all, part of what remixing is all about.

I really gotta have myself a marathon in the near future and listen through the whole thing.

Melbu Frahma
on 2015-09-13 10:12:20

So I've given the whole thing three full listens-through. There's definitely some good tracks on this album. I think the standouts for me are as follows:

All of Kate Covington's tracks are superb, as per her usual M.O. - I think You Don't Know Me is probably my favorite thing on here. Fixations, Lunar Rebellion, and Craic in the Castle Walls are all amazing, particularly as they showed off tracks I had no real expectations for due to their being tracks that weren't particularly favorites of mine in the game; Fixations in particular struck me strongly, as I had totally forgotten about the wedding music in the game. As Long as We Remember is an excellent rendering of Garnet's theme, and The Knight of Woeful Sorrow, Crystal Tempest, Doomed Lovers, Black Mage Master, and Filtering Through the Memories are all really great takes on some of my favorite parts of the OST.

There were some disappointments too, but I won't go into detail about them here. I do have a question though, and Mirby/Pipez' posts made me think of it: Is it my imagination, or did Eidolon Wall also get missed? Just for curiosity's sake; it's possible it got worked into a track and I just missed it.

Cephalo the Pod
on 2015-09-11 20:04:19

Just over halfway through this album, and loving the whole thing.

Why is track 2-14 missing from the Soundcloud listing?

Yosh1PrisMa
on 2015-09-11 18:58:52

Daddy come with my body is ready to listen

Pipez
on 2015-09-11 10:27:40

Did I just miss it, or is there no arrangement of Rebirth of the Evil Mist on this?

I mean I hate that song solely because once you get to Disc 4 it replaces Crossing Those Hills forever and yeah, but still.

It's also missing the music from the frog catching minigame, unless it goes by a different name.