Album: Humans + Gears: Xenogears ReMixed

A free arrange album, published by OverClocked ReMix on 2009-10-19

Featuring the music of...


Game: Xenogears


Disc 1

1. Quickening (Faraway Promise) 3:00
2. Of Sea and Fire (Bonds of Sea and Fire) 6:14
3. Shattered Dreams (Shattering Egg of Dreams) 4:06
4. Cybernetic Love (lost... Broken Shards) 3:36
5. When the Smoke Clears (The Treasure Which Cannot Be Stolen) 4:20
6. Ship of Emotion and Song (Flight / Emotions / Ship of Regret and Sleep) 7:51
7. Take Flight (Wings) 1:58
8. The Last Fatima (Aveh, the Ancient Dance) 4:21
9. Echoes (Shevat, the Wind Is Calling) 5:34
10. My Child (In a Dark Sleep.....) 2:53
11. The Treasure That Must Be Seduced (The Treasure Which Cannot Be Stolen) 4:02
12. In Joy and Sorrow (The Sky, the Clouds, and You) 2:37
13. New Day (Singing of the Gentle Wind / Flight) 4:59
14. Welcome to the Human Race (Stage of Death) 3:45
15. First Meeting - The Shadowed Forest (Forest of the Black Moon) 5:09
16. Akkadia Rising (Solo Sax Edit) [Awakening] 4:09
17. A Trace of Tears (STARS OF TEARS) 3:48

Disc 2

1. Zeno Paradox (Light from the Netherworlds) 5:49
2. Daijiru (Too Hot for Clothes) [Dazil, City of Burning Sands] 4:28
3. Crash / Restore (Emotions) 5:52
4. Dreamscape (Leftovers of the Dreams of the Strong) 3:14
5. Wounded Soldier (The Wounded Shall Advance Into the Light) 3:25
6. Smooth Criminals (Invasion) 2:56
7. Sleeper Dreamer [Back to Sleep (Long Version)] 5:07
8. Omen (R3 Mix) [Omen] 4:10
9. Akkadia Rising (Awakening) 4:21
10. Devil Flare (Knight of Fire) 3:55
11. Binary Chain (Bonds of Sea and Fire) 4:42
12. October Rain (October Mermaid) 4:13
13. Of God and Man (Grahf, Emperor of Darkness) 5:25
14. Dogma (One Who Bares Fangs at God) 3:54
15. Defective (The One Who Is Torn Apart) 4:42
16. Shit on Citan (Thames, Man of the Sea) 3:06


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Latest 15 comments/reviews; view the complete thread or post your own.
Clem Fandango
on 2020-06-01 17:17:29

I wonder if you could almost call this album the Xenogears of OCR albums. It's weird and not really like anything else and sometimes that weirdness is like, "Ehh, this isn't really for me." Like, why the hell was Chu Chu on the cross, you know? But it had something it wanted to say and I remember it being mostly fun playing it. When I do a "listen to every OCR album for games I've played, in order the album was released" like I'm doing right now, I never skip over it. I wouldn't want to miss out on some favorite tracks mixed in with the weirder ones.

William Jackson
on 2012-02-03 09:14:38
It is actually Devil Flare, I never noticed!

Thanks for the follow-up, RoeTaKa! I manage the content over at and I like to keep things correct.

on 2012-02-03 08:50:40
I'd noticed this a while back too, and had wondered the same thing. No idea, but I'd be interested to know too.

It is actually Devil Flare, I never noticed!

electric concerto
on 2012-02-03 01:31:36
Also, in case any updating will ever be done to the website, "Kira of Trance" should redirect to electric concerto's profile here on the OCR forums. I noticed he was one of the artists that didn't have any sort of link attached to his name, but should have.
Yeah... about that... I forgot to do that consent thing you're suppose to do for projects. I already did it for the Mario 64 one though.

Kira of Trance was a waste of time, money, everything. I shouldn't have ever used that... It's Electric Concerto, and I do genre fusions.

I will say, I love how the album came out. Awesome work!

Melbu Frahma
on 2012-01-14 09:54:29
The site ( ) says RoeTaKa's track on Gears is "Devil Fire", but the tags on the file call it "Devil Flare". Which is correct?

I'd noticed this a while back too, and had wondered the same thing. No idea, but I'd be interested to know too.

William Jackson
on 2012-01-13 09:48:19

The site ( ) says RoeTaKa's track on Gears is "Devil Fire", but the tags on the file call it "Devil Flare". Which is correct?

on 2011-02-21 21:36:41

Here's a comment about a year and a half later, but here's some more current thoughts.

While the album certainly has some flaws here and there, I find myself going back to listening to the album from time to time, which speaks volumes about the music's quality in perhaps the more abstract department, even with newer albums. The album isn't how I probably would've imagined it, but that's why it's always nice to hear other people's works/attempts. I enjoy this album quite a lot, and probably is in the better half of released albums on OCR IMO.

on 2010-10-12 22:47:11

It's pretty cool how much the youtube promotional stuff has drawn in listeners who wouldn't have encountered the project otherwise. The feedback on here has been very positive.

on 2010-09-13 07:39:02

I just stumbled upon some of the remixes on youtube, and the tracks sound AMAZING! I can really feel the emotion and care placed into them. I'll be downloading the whole thing, thank you very much =03.

on 2010-04-19 22:08:32
Five minutes out of fourteen seconds.

Thank you sir, I'm glad someone realized how short my source was.

Remixes from ultra short sources are pretty fun though, they bend you in ways regular remixes don't.

Flash Strife
on 2010-02-27 13:21:56

Shit CHIPP, what the hell did you do?

Level 99
on 2010-02-27 11:08:15
I almost finish playing Xenogears (started few weeks ago), thanks to this album :smile:

That's honestly some of the best praise this album can receive. :)

on 2010-02-26 22:07:46

I almost finish playing Xenogears (started few weeks ago), thanks to this album :smile:

on 2010-01-19 01:46:49

This album was amazing. I suppose I shouldn't expect less when the source tunes are by Yasunori Mitsuda. But there are probably more tracks on this project that I think are really great than on almost any other OCR album yet. However, I expect Serious Monkey Business to beat it *crosses fingers*

on 2010-01-15 16:46:57

Okay I never posted in here so I'm going to start now.

I will confess that this is my FAVORITE OCR project album. Sorry FFIV and FFVII. =P And btw, I never did play Xenogears so I don't know the soundtrack as well as I do with FF. I do plan on playing Xenogears in the near future and hopefully I get to express my experience afterwards. This project was clearly about the music and not about fame. Amazing job everybody.

Oh and whoever talks bad about Avaris and his remixing, I'm gonna punch them in the face. :lmassoff:

No. Seriously. I will.