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  • Audio CD (October 10, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import, Soundtrack
  • Label: Imports
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • ASIN: B000AO8CH4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,927 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Opening
2. Promised Land
3. Beyond The Wasteland
4. Sign
5. Japanese Title (Piano Version)
6. For The Reunion
7. Japanese Title (Piano Version)
8. Water
9. Materia
10. Black Water
11. Japanese Title (Piano Version)
12. Battle In The Forgotten City
13. Violator
14. Japanese Title (Ffvh Ac Version)
15. Divinity I
16. Japanese Title (Ffvh Ac Version)
17. Japanese Title (Ffvh Ac Version)
18. Divinity Ii
19. Encounter
20. Chase Of Highway
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Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Soundtrack


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I strongly, highly, definitely recommend this soundtrack to anyone who enjoys Final Fantasy or likes techno-ish music.
Alexicon
Nobuo Uematsu shows his astounding genius in this soundtrack because of his use of a wide range of musical instruments and creativity.
Sara Mathews
Some music is for battles, and some is for slow, meditative scenes, and listeners can almost feel the emotions in those scenes.
E. A Solinas

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68 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Katrina N. Jones on October 6, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This album is more than anyone could expect from Nobuo Uematsu, the one that does most if not all of the music for the Final Fantasy game series!

As if straight from the movie, you can replay each scene in your head to this music. Coming on two discs, not only does it have the piano version of Tifa's theme, Aeris's theme, and the fighting song, it also has the remix version of J-E-N-O-V-A and One Winged Angel from the movie! A lot of the songs have guitar parts in it, but also the choir like singing in the background.

This is the entire list track, the Japanese titles translated to English:

Disc 1:
1. Opening
2. The Promised Land
3. Beyond the Wasteland
4. Sign
5. Tifa's Theme [Piano Version]
6. For the Reunion
7. Those Who Fight [Piano Version]
8. Water
9. Materia
10. Black Water
11. Aeris's Theme
12. Battle in the Forgotten City
13. Violator
14. Great Northern Cave [FFVII AC Version]

Disc 2
1. Divinity I
2. Those Who Fight [FFVII AC Version]
3. Those Who Fight Further [FFVII AC Version]
4. Divinity II
5. Encounter
6. The Chase of Highway
7. Savior
8. J-E-N-O-V-A [FFVII AC Version]
9. Advent: One-Winged Angel
10. Cloud Smiles
11. End Credits
12. CALLING

This is a must for any fan of the Final Fantasy games, or anyone who likes Nobuo Uematsu!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Deus_Ex_Lemur on December 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Nobuo Uematsu is a composer I wish everyone could listen to. FFVII AC soundtrack is just incredible as everyones posted. Fans of FFVII will be taken back in time, to both the game and movie. Nonfans too can appreciate the music!

Nobuo just is a talented composer who can create any type of music fantastically, this track ranges from classical, gospel, hard rock, techno, operatic, just... he does any genre with ease.

This music and FFVII itself has a special place for me, and the music was at the forefront to make the story, characters and experience be unforgettable. Of course playing the game itself I am more emotionally attached to the music and even movie... All the characters themes, everything is here. Mostly from the game, there are original stuff here tho.

WORTH MENTIONG personally... (ending in my favorite on 2nd CD, "Cloud Smiles"

FIRST CD -

2. Promised Land - just great, gospel like, always inspiring and solemn at the same time.

3. Beyond the Wasteland - watch your house rumble! The bass beats during the first half are great. Then it turns into a great action set, gypsie like driving song, always fun to listen to!

4. (piano themes) Aerith's, Tifas... because beautifully done on piano, always takes me back to game. Just wonderful pieces by themselves, I mean Aerith, come on! =)

5.) Battle in Forgotten City - such a percussive, bass driven piece with rock and choir and Herman like violins. I can play this one over and over so fun and great.

2nd CD -

Divinity I - alwyas gives me shivers. Classic Nobuo deep choirical, operatic cinematic classical orchestral action!

Divinity II - Like I. But inpsiring as cloud flies high to save the day...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Adam Owen on October 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Finally, a Final Fantasy movie soundtrack. After hearing so many versions of One Winged Angel. This version takes the cake especially with the new lyrics and adding The Black Mages into it as well.

The other songs are nicely well done. Although some of them are on different albums.

Buy this CD! It's worth every dollar.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD
The Final Fantasy series is reknowned for having great music, and "Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children" is no exception. Composer Nobuo Uematsu does some of his best work for this game, bringing together a mix of ethereal classical and pulse-racing hard rock.

The album opens with a delicate string melody, which slowly blossoms out into a full-on symphonic sound. Imagine the musical rendition of a magnificent sunrise over the mountains, and you have an idea of what "Opening" sounds like.

The music turns slightly ominous, trips through a delicate piano solo, dabbles in new-agey piano pop, and even explodes into a frenetic, gypsyish tune in "Beyond the Wasteland." Then the action starts. About halfway through the entire album, we get to "Battle of the Forbidden City," a taut rock number (backed by angelic voices and strings, but still!).

From there on, through most of the second disc, it's an even mixture of delicate classical and symphonic rock. And Uematsu throws in some sputtery techno and new agey stuff as well. The whole thing climaxes with "Advent: One-Winged Angel," a dramatic track that sounds like a musical battle of sorts, and is backed by eerie voices singing "Sephiroth... Sephiroth..."

Then it's back to the more peaceful stuff. The battle is over, the story ends, and the soundtrack concludes with some fragile, hopeful little songs. (And a techno song that seems out of place, right at the very end. "Calling" just somehow doesn't fit the finale)

"Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children" is one of those soundtracks that can be enjoyed even if you haven't played the games. But fans of the games (and the "Advent Children" movie) will probably be transported by the music -- you can almost see the scenes play out as the album goes on.
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