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Chrono Cross: Original Soundtrack Import, Soundtrack

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 8, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: August 15, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Import, Soundtrack
  • Label: Jms
  • ASIN: B000058A81
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #239,195 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Editorial Reviews

Japan Only. Music composed by, arranged & produced by Yasunori Mitsuda. Standard double jewelcase. 1999.

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I truly like this soundtrack and I enjoy video game music.
Robert Chavis
When listening to this OST by itself, you really can't skip over any one song, espically if you've played the game all the way through at least once.
Christian Nelson
It is very entertaining and you can eat your favorite meal and listen at the same time great music without getting bored.

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49 of 50 people found the following review helpful By J-Man on December 28, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Disc One (60:40)

1) Chrono Cross ~ Scars of Time 2:29

2) Between Life and Death 2:38

3) Arni Village ~ Home 3:23

4) Fields of Time ~ Home World 3:26

5) Lizard Dance 2:41

6) Reminiscing ~ Uneraseable Memory 3:25

7) On the Beach of Dreams ~ Another World 2:22

8) Arni Village ~ Another 3:32

9) Ephemeral Memory 2:51

10) Lost Fragment 3:12

11) Drowned Valley 2:00

12) Termina ~ Another 2:43

13) Departed Souls 3:43

14) Forest of Illusion 3:25

15) Snakebone Mansion 2:54

16) Victory ~ A Gift of Spring 0:56

17) Lost in Time 3:24

18) Galdorb ~ Another 3:26

19) Hydra Swamp 3:10

20) Fragment of a Dream 1:35

21) Voyage ~ Another World 2:32

22) Ghost Ship 2:00

23) Deathfire Mountain 3:39

24) Fortress of Ancient Dragons 3:54

25) Grief 0:20

Disc Two (59:50)

1) Beginning of a Dream 0:42

2) A Narrow Space Between Dimensions 2:47

3) Termina ~ Home 3:38

4) The Dragoons 3:01

5) Voyage ~ Home World 3:22

6) Galdorb ~ Home 3:58

7) Marbule ~ Home 2:55

8) Zelbess 2:42

9) The Splendidly Grand Magic Troupe 1:31

10) Nap 0:13

11) Chronomantique 3:18

12) Dilemma 2:47

13) Optimism 2:19

14) Isle of the Dead 3:11

15) Dead Sea/Tower of Destruction 3:10

16) Prisoners of Fate 3:26

17) A Light Already Lost 0:32

18) Island of the Earth Dragon 3:16

19) Navel of the World 2:59

20) Gale 2:00

21) Victory ~ A Cry in Summer 0:53
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Zachary Gochenour on May 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Yasunori Mitsuda must be one of the greatest musical virtuosos of our time, and Chrono Cross is his most impressive achievement to date. This Japanese composer - who also wrote the music for Chrono Trigger, Xenogears, and Xenosaga - is a master at using several styles of music to define his unique work: celtic, arabian, classical, neoclassical, and traditional japanese influences are all recognizable and expertly crafted into this work. Rather than limit himself to a narrow selection of instruments and styles, Mitsuda combines these traditional styles and adds his own exciting flavor to the mix. The mixture will capture your ear starting at the beginning.
Almost all the tracks will be familiar to those who have played Chrono Cross (an excellent game), and many are reminiscent of the Chrono Trigger soundtrack. These recognizable themes are like mom's apple pie to gamers: they should remind you of long, enjoyable hours and memorable moments from your gameplay experience. Divorced from the video game, the music may not have the nostalgic effects, but it stands alone as a powerhouse of composing talent and a monumental achievement in modern music.
The Chrono Cross OST is divided into 3 discs entitled Cause, Unveiling, and Change: each building on the theme of temporal change and disturbance. The best way to listen to this album is from start to finish without interruption; this is the only way you can truly appreciate how the music develops. All the tracks together last slightly longer than three hours, but it will be well worth your investment of time and money. Listening to Mitsuda's work stimulates the imagination and keeps the mind involved, whether it be through exciting, active tracks or ambient, meditative ones.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Vanessa Lane on July 27, 2001
Format: Audio CD
For those of you who have played the game, you are all too familiar with the various themes throughout the soundtrack. From the moving and dramatic opening song, "Time's Scar," the upbeat and fun "Dancing the Tokage," and the eerie vocal track "Radical Dreamers," this soundtrack satiates those of us with diverse tastes in music.
However, for those of you who can't equate love of the soundtrack with love of the game (heaven forbid), then here is some information that you will probably value. Some of the tracks border on celtic themes, while others are of the more traditional classical style of music. There is one vocal song (as mentioned previously) that is absolutely beautiful, even if it is sung in Japanese. Although the music is synthesized, the sounds are so crisp that, for the most part (especially with the opening), you can't tell that the piece is not being performed by real instruments. The synthesized music goes so far as to include "accidentals," such as the sound of fingers travelling down the guitar strings, which adds to a more realistic sound.
I highly reccommend this soundtrack (3CDs) for anyone who enjoys listening to excellent, well written music. Mitsuda's talent is well displayed in this soundtrack (he also wrote the music to Chrono Trigger and Xenogears). If you are leery about jumping into a purchase before sampling some mp3's (don't worry, I'm the same way), then I suggest listening to the three songs I listed in the first paragraph. They are a good representation of the whole, although there are MANY other tracks that are excellent as well.
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