SQUARE ENIX SaGa Series 20th Anniversary Original Soundtrack -PREMIUM BOX-

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SQUARE ENIX SaGa Series 20th Anniversary Original Soundtrack -PREMIUM BOX-
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Composed by Chihiro Fujioka / Kenji Ito / Masashi Hamauzu / Masayoshi Yamazaki / Nobuo Uematsu / Ryuji Sasai / Tsuyoshi Sekito
Arranged by Kenji Ito / Masashi Hamauzu / Masayoshi Yamazaki / Nobuo Uematsu / Shiro Hamaguchi / Tsuyoshi Sekito
Published by Square Enix
Catalog number SQEX-10145~65
Release type Game Soundtrack - Official Release
Format 20 CD - 516 tracks
Release date August 26, 2009
Duration 18:52:40
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Overview

The SaGa series' games and music have never acquired popularity in the West equivalent to Square Enix's other heavyweight franchises, in large part due to a lack of localised releases. Hand-in-hand with the Final Fantasy series, the series' soundtracks have nevertheless been some of the most influential in the development of Square Enix's music and have yielded some of the company's most fantastic tracks. The SaGa Series Original Soundtrack Premium Box is a colossal 21 disc box set that commemorates this musical legacy. It features the complete soundtracks for ten games — namely the Game Boy's SaGa trilogy, the Super Nintendo's Romancing SaGa trilogy, the PlayStation's SaGa Frontier dilogy, the PlayStation 2's Unlimited SaGa, and Romancing SaGa's remake — together with a bonus DVD and exuberant packaging.

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The first disc of the box features Nobuo Uematsu's SaGa Original Soundtrack. Uematsu was able to carry over most of the charm of the original Final Fantasy titles when creating this score with a range of staples, ranging from the motivating battle anthems, to the adventurous world map theme, to the moody dungeon soundscapes, to the quasi-cinematic ending cues. In each case, he focuses a lot of attention into offering captivating melodies while accommodating technological restrictions. It's particularly impressive how he was able to make series' staples such as the "Prologue" and "Wipe Your Tears Away" so expressive despite the Game Boy's humble sound chip. It may take some time to accustom to the piercing, occasionally crackling, synth used here, though such pieces expressive plenty of humanity. The disc is supplemented with a pleasant arranged medley of some of the major tracks from the soundtrack.

Kenji Ito's debut score, the SaGa 2 Original Soundtrack featured on the second disc, is also impressive. It maintains the magical and personal feeling of the series while exploring the range and depth of the Game Boy further. Ito instantly makes an impact with the highly lyrical normal battle theme "Lethal Strike", while "Never Give Up" is a motivating march-like track used during the last areas. Nobuo Uematsu's main theme "Searching for the Secret Treasure" is also impressive here, offering the boundless adventurous feel desired for the world map. However, a couple of Uematsu's tracks are surprisingly uninspired due to their somewhat generic stylings and bland melodies. In addition, the prologue, victory, and recollection themes are given somewhat more elaborate arrangements here, though they are perhaps more welcome in the game than on the album release given their partially recycled nature.

Developed by Square's Osaka team, the SaGa 3 Original Soundtrack on the third disc is not as impressive as its predecessors. The soundtrack is let down by its 25 minute length, more choppy synthesis, and often uninspired tracks. For example, "Village in a Strange Land" lacks the charm of Nobuo Uematsu's town themes, while "Dungeon" is a mind-numbing attempt at ambience and Chihiro Fujioka's four compositions are entirely unremarkable. Despite its weaknesses, Ryuji Sasai pioneers a welcome shift towards more rock-based tracks, with themes such as the jubilant "Journey to the Future" or driving "Fight!" for the map and battle screens. In addition, "Steslos" and "Theme of Another Dimension" are also motivating anthems filled with character and melodic potency, while there are serviceable renditions of a couple of fan favourites to round off the score.

The Romancing SaGa Original Sound Version, featured on the fourth disc, established Kenji Ito as the series' main composer. Liberated by the technological possibilities of the Super Nintendo, he produced a fully-fleshed synth orchestral score to serenade gamers and stand-alone listeners alike. Whether creating rich character anthems, haunting dungeon ambience, adrenaline-pumping battle tracks, or Latin jazz experiments, Ito impresses. Particular highlights include the two-tiered introductory orchestration, "Overture ~ Opening", which introduces two central themes, and "Decisive Battle! Saruin", a well-developed action-packed theme, mixing sinister chord progressions akin to the villain themes with motivating brass melodies to represent the heroes. The soundtrack is one of the biggest highlights of the series' box set.

The Romancing SaGa 2 Original Sound Version on the fifth disc offers a darker tone to represent the turbulent storyline and struggle of the heroes. Kenji Ito's is often successful achieving this. For example, tracks such as "Dungeon 1" — a macabre twist on a romantic dance format — provides a much more emotional support to the gameplay than its predecessors. However, a lot of tracks such as "The Emperor Goes to War" are less impressive with their generic stylings and drab melodies. Even the battle themes are somewhat less exuberant and memorable than their predecessors. The final score is spell-binding in context, though the stand-alone experience is generally not as good. It's still worth listening to on the box set, given it offers numerous highlights and represents a significant shift in the series towards more mature and dark sounds.

Closing the Super Nintendo era, the Romancing SaGa 3 Original Sound Version was the series' first multi-disc soundtrack. Offering the best of both worlds, the soundtrack's offerings range from dark cinematic cues and haunting dungeon themes, to bright character insights and rock-orchestral action. The greater number of tracks ensures that the settings, in particular, are portrayed in a diverse and suitable manner. For example, the field theme motivates and intimidates gamers in equal measure with its dramatic march-like rhythms, while "Rashkuta" portrays the distinctive colours of its location with Indian tonalities and "Ice Lake" sounds abstract yet beautiful with its minimalistic synthy arrangements. The soundtrack is generally memorable and elaborate throughout, though is occasionally let down by Ito's functional orchestration and bombastic synthesis.

On his last entry to the main series, the SaGa Frontier Original Soundtrack, Kenji Ito stayed faithful to the series while offering various stylistic experiments and exploring the technology of the PlayStation. The most interesting aspect of the soundtrack is how it portrays the unique quests of the seven protagonists with specific pieces, including different final dungeon, final battle, and ending themes. Perhaps the greatest highlights are "ALONE", which conveys a sense of being isolated in the forest with its minimalistic textures and vast developments, and "Battle #5", an unforgettable homage to the old-school rock compositions of the Super Nintendo. The box set version of the soundtrack features five bonus tracks from the score, most of which are too short to be of note; however, "Tears of Joy" is a beautiful ballad to represent Asellus' storyline and "Robot 2" is a techno track of debatable worth.

The SaGa Frontier II Original Soundtrack featured a radical shift in musical direction, as series' mainstay Kenji Ito was replaced with relative newcomer Masashi Hamauzu for unknown reasons. Rather than imitate, Hamauzu decided to assert his unique identity with a range of impressionistic chamber orchestrations. His treatment of the instrumentation is mature and creative throughout the soundtrack, while Ryo Yamazaki's synthesis is realistic and expressive despite heavy reverb. To enhance accessibility, a main theme runs throughout the soundtrack that is richly shaped, incredibly lyrical, and emotionally conflicted; it is arranged in a range of fitting ways, spanning the piano concertino opening, to the free-spirited yet agitated battle themes, to the dreamy and abstract setting themes. While very different from the rest of the box, the final soundtrack is a fascinating and rewarding experiment.

Masashi Hamauzu's Unlimited SaGa Original Soundtrack is full of contrast. Featuring a blend of instrumental performances and high-end samplers, the production values are very impressive here and exploit the technology of the PlayStation 2's streamed audio throughout. The first disc of the soundtrack is dominated by a range of acoustic music, including several gigantic orchestral performances, personal character insights, and eccentric experiments. The second disc of the soundtrack features numerous electronic experiments by Hamauzu and his partner Ryo Yamazaki, ranging from the abstract to the ultimate. The score is perhaps the series' least fitting and cohesive, but it is an enjoyable stand-alone listen with its mixture of accessible and deeper tracks. A particular highlight is the regularly arranged main theme, which even appears in the primary battle theme.

The box set closes with the Romancing SaGa Minstrel Song Original Soundtrack, a four disc epic featuring PlayStation 2 arrangements of the original Romancing SaGa score. Returnee Kenji Ito does an excellent job of modernising his original music, with orchestral performances of the headlining cues, melodic elaborations of the character themes, and diverse portrayals of the numerous settings. Perhaps most enjoyable, however, are Tsuyoshi Sekito's incredibly elaborate battle theme arrangements, including "A Challenge to God" with its rocking trumpet leads, "Passionate Rhythm" with its tantalising flamenco vocals, and "Decisive Battle! Saruin" with its extensive guitar solos. The bonus fourth disc is a relative stinker, dominated by superficial jingles and redundant arrangements, though doesn't affect the value of the overall box.

In addition to the various CDs, there is a range of bonus content on the box set. There are no real musical exclusives, aside the aforementioned additional tracks on SaGa Frontier, which may disappoint those expecting bonus arrangements and whatnot. However, a DVD is included featuring interviews with the series' six composers and several developers, including the elusive Ryuji Sasai and Chihiro Fujioka. While this reunion is a great way to commemorate the series' musical history, there are no English subtitles for overseas fans to experience. The album's packaging is relatively impressive. There is a case available to assemble the 21 discs, some pleasant artwork befitting the series' style, and an accompanying booklet featuring some interesting information. At the time of its release, it was the biggest box set to grace the gaming community and its almighty presentation reflects this.

Summary

Spanning 21 discs and multiple soundtracks, this box set is not cheap and retails at some 21,000 JPY. Thus, prospective consumers should carefully decide whether they are interesting in all soundtracks in the series — including Ito's creations that dominate this box — or just certain soundtracks that have also been released separately. The series' music has featured multiple shifts in composers, each of whom has put the emphasis on different features: Nobuo Uematsu on memorable melodies, Kenji Ito on functional depictions, and Masashi Hamauzu on artistic experiments. While every soundtrack on this disc has its merits, the final product doesn't come together to form a cohesive whole. Nevertheless, this box set reflects that the series has consistently been an impressive and pioneering one in terms of its music production, and should satisfy hardcore collectors with its rich and diverse contents.



Album
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Music in game
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Game
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Chris Greening

Set includes 20 audio discs featuring 500 tracks, a DVD with interviews (Nobuo Uematsu, Kenji Ito, Chihiro Fujioka, Ryuji Sasai, Tomomi Kobayashi, Masashi Hamauzu, Akitoshi Kawazu), and new illustrations from Tomomi Kobayashi, the main artist for the SaGa series.

Disc.01 Makai Toushi SaGa/Final Fantasy Legend (1989)
Disc.02 SaGa 2 Hihou Densetsu/Final Fantasy Legend II (1990)
Disc.03 Jikuu no Hasha SaGa 3/Final Fantasy Legend III (1991)
Disc.04 Romancing SaGa (1992)
Disc.05 Romancing SaGa 2 (1993)
Disc.06 Romancing SaGa 3 Disc01 (1995)
Disc.07 Romancing SaGa 3 Disc02 (1995)
Disc.08 Romancing SaGa 3 Disc03 (1995)
Disc.09 SaGa Frontier Disc01 (1997)
Disc.10 SaGa Frontier Disc02 (1997)
Disc.11 SaGa Frontier Disc03 (1997)
Disc.12 SaGa Frontier 2 Disc01 (1999)
Disc.13 SaGa Frontier 2 Disc02 (1999)
Disc.14 SaGa Frontier 2 Disc03 (1999)
Disc.15 Unlimited: SaGa Disc01 (2002)
Disc.16 Unlimited: SaGa Disc02 (2002)
Disc.17 Romancing SaGa -Minstrel Song- Disc01 (2005)
Disc.18 Romancing SaGa -Minstrel Song- Disc02 (2005)
Disc.19 Romancing SaGa -Minstrel Song- Disc03 (2005)
Disc.20 Romancing SaGa -Minstrel Song- Disc04 (2005)

Album was composed by Chihiro Fujioka / Kenji Ito / Masashi Hamauzu / Masayoshi Yamazaki / Nobuo Uematsu / Ryuji Sasai / Tsuyoshi Sekito and was released on August 26, 2009. Soundtrack consists of 516 tracks tracks with duration over more than 8 hours. Album was released by Square Enix.

CD 1

1
Prologue
02:11
2
Main Theme
01:38
3
Town Theme
01:46
4
Battle
01:35
5
Eat the meat
00:40
6
Demon Cave
01:46
7
Hurry up!
01:20
8
Fierce Battle
01:25
9
Requiem
01:02
10
Forbidden Tower
01:22
11
Wipe Your Tears Away
02:27
12
Knights of the Demon World Tower
01:17
13
The Highest Floor
00:57
14
Furious Battle
01:47
15
Epilogue
02:31
16
SaGa Arrange Version [Journey's End] Prologue ~ Town Theme ~ Main Theme ~ Wipe Your Tears Away ~ Epilogue
12:14

CD 2

1
The Legend Begins
01:52
2
Searching for the Secret Treasure
01:08
3
Lethal Strike
01:33
4
Eat the meat
00:41
5
Peaceful Land
02:26
6
Hero's Theme
01:04
7
Pillar to Heaven
01:12
8
Through the Cramped Darkness
01:13
9
Wandering Soul
00:57
10
Theme of the New God
01:23
11
Ah!!
00:18
12
At the End of the Decisive Battle
01:15
13
Mystery of the Secret Treasure
02:10
14
Never give up
01:32
15
Wipe Your Tears Away
02:23
16
Burning Blood
01:46
17
Save the world
01:41
18
Ending Theme 1
02:31
19
Ending Theme 2
00:38

CD 3

1
Opening
01:26
2
Setting Off into the Future
00:58
3
Deep
01:23
4
Oasis
01:03
5
Fight!
01:02
6
Holy Ruins
02:03
7
Stronghold
01:31
8
Gods of Another Dimension
01:22
9
Eat the Meat
00:50
10
Warrior's Rest
01:31
11
Theme of Another Dimension
01:01
12
Village in a Strange Land
01:48
13
Dungeon
00:59
14
Steslos
01:09
15
Insanity
00:46
16
Hold Your Tears
01:18
17
Dark Zone
01:06
18
Laguna's Palace
01:10
19
Divine Battle
01:06
20
Supreme Ruler of Space-Time
01:20

CD 4

1
Overture ~ Opening Title
03:28
2
Albert
01:24
3
Sif
01:42
4
Claudia
01:39
5
Gray
01:27
6
Jamil
02:06
7
Aisha
02:01
8
Barbara
01:17
9
Captain Hawk
01:13
10
Dungeon 1
01:21
11
Battle 1
01:58
12
Victory!
00:36
13
A Knight's Pride
01:35
14
Title Acquisition
00:18
15
Voyage
00:59
16
Palace Theme
01:03
17
Crystal City
01:38
18
Lost Woods
01:54
19
Dungeon 2
00:52
20
Escape!
00:47
21
South Estamir
01:25
22
Sewers
01:36
23
Isle of Evil
01:31
24
Four Guardian Kings Dungeon
01:51
25
Battle 2
02:17
26
Requiem
01:17
27
Brokenhearted Aisha
01:22
28
Theme of Solitude
01:13
29
The Trials
01:41
30
Wipe Your Tears Away
01:27
31
Last Dungeon
01:27
32
Revival of the Evil God
01:15
33
Decisive Battle! Saruin
03:19
34
Ending Theme
08:00
35
Barbara's Tango
00:20
36
Adventurer's Theme
01:24
37
Theme of Solitude 2
01:14
38
Estamir
00:53

CD 5

1
Prologue -Legend of the Seven Heroes-
06:38
2
Opening Title
02:26
3
Poem of a Battle Long Ago
00:53
4
Imperial Capital Avalon
01:35
5
Dungeon 1
02:06
6
Disaster -The Death of Victor-
02:18
7
The Emperor Goes to War
02:31
8
Battle with Kzinssie
01:45
9
Victory!
00:46
10
Canal Fortress
01:49
11
Village 1
01:22
12
Dragon's Mouth
01:46
13
Town in a Foreign Country
02:17
14
Voyage
01:21
15
Legend of the Mermaid
01:23
16
Sunken Ship
01:54
17
Dungeon 2
01:10
18
Village 2
02:10
19
Escape!
00:48
20
Ancient Ruins
02:05
21
The Legend Begins
01:28
22
Dungeon 3
02:06
23
Seven Heroes Battle
02:53
24
Theme of Annihilation
01:45
25
Wipe Your Tears Away
02:53
26
Last Dungeon
02:03
27
Last Battle
03:22
28
Ending Theme
08:13
29
Successive Emperors
01:31
30
Epilogue
03:19
31
Dance Track #1
00:12
32
Dance Track #2
00:18
33
Dance Track #3
00:37
34
Dance Track #4
00:21
35
Prologue -Legend of the Seven Heroes- (Original Version)
02:28

CD 6

1
Prologue ~Threat of the Death Eclipse~
01:41
2
Opening Title
02:10
3
Julian's Theme
02:15
4
Elen's Theme
02:07
5
Sara's Theme
02:57
6
Thomas' Theme
03:00
7
Harid's Theme
02:30
8
Michael's Theme
02:03
9
Monica's Theme
02:53
10
Katharina's Theme
01:48
11
Field
03:15
12
Battle 1
03:46
13
Victory!
00:48
14
Podolui
02:30
15
Dungeon 1
01:54
16
Battle 2
01:53
17
Congratulatory March
01:53
18
Departure
01:28
19
Muse's Theme
02:55
20
Dungeon 2
01:48
21
The Pro-fe-ssor♥'s Theme
00:41
22
Pet Capture Epic Battle
01:27
23
Voyage
02:15

CD 7

1
Town of the Holy King, Lance
02:36
2
Holy King Temple
02:04
3
Magical Tank Battle
02:51
4
Great Arch
01:45
5
Jungle
01:02
6
Fairy Village
01:55
7
Nightmare
02:35
8
Dophore's Evil Deeds
00:34
9
Superhero Robin's Theme ~Evil Never Prevails!~
02:50
10
Awakening
01:25
11
Vanguard Take Off!
02:07
12
Island at the Ends of the Earth
01:18
13
Desert
02:05
14
Crystal Ruins
02:53
15
Eastern Country
01:59
16
Capital of Kings
01:51
17
Rashkuta
02:24
18
Holy King Tower
02:47
19
Trade
02:10
20
Aurora
01:43
21
Snowman Town
01:53
22
Ice Lake
01:48
23
Gwayne's Den
02:02
24
Leonid Castle
02:42

CD 8

1
Demon King Palace
02:07
2
Demon King Palace Underground
02:12
3
Bunei's Den
02:26
4
Fire Fortress
01:31
5
Underwater Palace
02:43
6
Imminent Crisis
01:11
7
Four Demon Nobles Battle 1
03:01
8
Theme of Annihilation
01:45
9
Theme of Sadness 1
01:47
10
Theme of Sadness 2
02:58
11
To the Battlefield...
02:02
12
Gen Castle Battle
02:19
13
Last Dungeon
02:19
14
Four Demon Nobles Battle 2
03:41
15
Abyss Gate
02:07
16
Last Battle
04:50
17
Epilogue ~To a New Journey~
05:40
18
End Title
04:08
19
Fanfare
00:10
20
Putting Up for the Night
00:13
21
Trade ~Counterattack~
00:05
22
Trade ~Defeated~
00:06
23
The Pro-fe-ssor♥'s Theme (Original Version)
00:40

CD 9

1
The Opening of a Journey
01:54
2
Opening Title
02:26
3
Blue's Theme
02:13
4
Margmel in Ruin
02:25
5
Traditional Tune - Yorkland Song
02:34
6
Junk
02:41
7
Fight! Alkaiser
02:47
8
Emilia's Theme
02:36
9
Asellus's Theme
03:14
10
Doubt
02:16
11
Dungeon #1
02:48
12
Battle #1
02:26
13
Victory!
00:46
14
To the New Land
01:19
15
Sunset Town
02:17
16
Let's Swing!
01:46
17
Confrontation! Caballero Family
01:53
18
Ancient Tomb of Sei
02:10
19
Ancient Tomb of Mu
02:50
20
Battle #2
02:01
21
Nakajima Factory
01:41
22
Fighting Machine Arena
02:54
23
Leonard Laboratory
02:35
24
Theme of the Cygnus
03:09
25
Baccarat
02:07
26
Devin
01:50
27
Koorong
02:17
28
Battle #3
02:48
29
Annihilation...
00:25
30
N-E-X-T
01:12
31
Overflowing Tears
01:54
32
Fanfare
00:13
33
Mecha 2
02:19
34
Pursuit
00:30
35
Pursuit 2
00:30
36
March
00:44
37
Region Movement
00:58

CD 10

1
A Blue Town
02:26
2
Omble
01:54
3
The Ancient Ship
02:12
4
Despair
02:50
5
HQ
02:43
6
Booby Trap
02:14
7
Hey! FUSE
02:08
8
Shudder
03:50
9
Owmi
03:40
10
Shingrow
03:03
11
Kylin's Theme
02:43
12
Shuzer
02:41
13
Danger!
01:04
14
Battle #4
03:26
15
Back Street of Koorong
02:47
16
ALONE
05:05
17
Melody of Time
03:09
18
Together With Orlouge
03:03
19
Castle of Needles
02:55
20
Labyrinth of Darkness
02:21
21
Magic Kingdom
04:08
22
Battle #5
03:20
23
Melody -A Tune-
04:05
24
Resolution
03:01

CD 11

1
Mosperiburg
03:11
2
Wakatu
03:27
3
Black Cross Base
02:13
4
Hell
04:05
5
The Ultimate Weapon
03:21
6
Never...
03:30
7
Last Battle -Asellus-
03:20
8
Last Battle -Blue-
03:35
9
Last Battle -Coon-
04:14
10
Last Battle -Red-
03:50
11
Last Battle -T260G-
04:29
12
Last Battle -Lute-
05:47
13
Last Battle -Emilia-
04:55
14
Lamox Beat (Ending -Coon-)
01:48
15
Fate -Destiny- (Ending -Blue-)
03:34
16
Dear My Country (Ending -Lute-)
02:03
17
FIGHT! R3X!! (Ending -Red-)
01:04
18
Like a Lantern... (Ending -Asellus-)
05:17
19
Contented (Ending -Emilia-)
03:12
20
A Memory of Childhood (Ending -T260G-)
08:15

CD 12

1
Vorspiel
01:23
2
Präludium
01:35
3
Außenwelt
01:59
4
Romantik
01:43
5
Majestät
02:40
6
Rosenkranz
01:56
7
Wunderding
01:58
8
Feldschlacht I
02:59
9
Freundschaftsbeziehung I
01:17
10
Naturvolk
02:01
11
Der Hauptmann
02:24
12
Wasserjungfer
01:59
13
Trübsal
01:51
14
Abweichung
01:56
15
Trotzkopf
02:19
16
Erlkönig
02:10
17
Heimatlose
01:57
18
Verborgenheit
01:59
19
Vergeistigung
01:44
20
Zusammentreffen
02:05
21
Durcheinander
01:59
22
Untergrund
01:57
23
Schlachtenglück
02:03
24
Besessenheit
02:29
25
Thema
02:42
26
Schmach
03:10
27
Manifest
01:48
28
Weihaltar
01:55

CD 13

1
Variation
03:00
2
Zaubermärchen
02:49
3
Tiefe
02:20
4
Dithyrambus
02:53
5
Zauberreich
02:09
6
Relevation
01:49
7
Freiluftmusik
02:46
8
Reminiszenz
02:41
9
Weisung
01:54
10
Todfeind
02:16
11
Tobel
02:25
12
Raumkomposition
01:40
13
Seelsorge
02:19
14
Feldschlacht II
02:34
15
Freundschaftsbeziehung II
01:18
16
Wundermittel
02:43
17
Rückerinnerung
03:06
18
Fremdling
02:01
19
Ohnmacht
01:57
20
Botschaft
03:26
21
Nationaltanz
03:03
22
Erfolg
03:22
23
Frage
02:22
24
Disharmonie
02:26
25
Elfenkönigin
02:49
26
Zauberkraft
02:14
27
Nachtigall
01:25

CD 14

1
Interludium
03:30
2
Flamme
02:33
3
Andächtelei
02:41
4
Feldschlacht III
03:43
5
Freundschaftsbeziehung III
01:16
6
Eisklumpen
03:08
7
Arrangeur
02:52
8
Pointe
03:17
9
Festung
03:40
10
Ovation
02:34
11
Einsamkeit
02:03
12
Weltall
04:18
13
Zufall
03:45
14
Feldschlacht IV
03:28
15
Freundschaftsbeziehung IV
01:19
16
Manie
02:30
17
Schlachtenlenker
04:05
18
Andacht
02:35
19
Mißgestalt
02:31
20
Todesengel
05:46
21
Postludium
01:25

CD 15

1
UNLIMITED : SaGa Overture
02:24
2
The Seven Travelers
03:25
3
March in C
02:32
4
Anxiety Towards a Wonder
02:16
5
Judy's Theme
01:40
6
Battle Theme I
02:07
7
Victory
01:17
8
Vent's Theme
01:44
9
Battle Theme II
02:33
10
Cash's Theme
02:08
11
Perpetual Motion
02:27
12
Battle Theme III
01:44
13
Armic's Theme
02:00
14
Enigmatic Scheme
03:30
15
A Story on a Certain Hilltop
00:39
16
Invasion
00:57
17
Laura's Theme
01:52
18
Battle Theme IV
01:37
19
Ruby's Theme
02:22
20
The Sacred Starry Skies
02:03
21
Shocking Space
02:06
22
Instant Relief
01:15
23
Solitude
02:34
24
Myth's Theme
02:22
25
To the Great Aim
00:52
26
Pathetic
02:04
27
Broken Desire
01:10
28
Iscandar
01:02
29
J&A
01:03
30
A&J
01:02
31
Mysterious Flame
01:05
32
A Certain Tale's End
00:18

CD 16

1
Space-Time Travels
03:55
2
DG "sine"
02:21
3
Battle Theme EX
02:00
4
DG "listless"
02:55
5
BT Ver.1
01:49
6
BT Ver.2
01:45
7
BT Ver.3
01:49
8
DG "mixture"
03:34
9
BT Ver.4
02:38
10
BT Ver.5
01:35
11
BT Ver.AG
02:36
12
DG "comfort"
02:23
13
BT Ver.6
02:20
14
DG "sadness"
03:32
15
BT Ver.7
01:51
16
BT Ver.8
01:51
17
A Challenge to the Seven Great Wonders
03:03
18
BT "ultimate"
03:34
19
Release
02:03
20
Finale
02:04
21
Soaring Wings
04:58
22
Return to the Main Subject
01:49
23
UNLIMITED : SaGa Overture (2ch Mix Ver.)
02:23
24
March in C (2ch Mix Ver.)
02:33
25
Finale (2ch Mix Ver.)
02:04
26
Soaring Wings (2ch Mix Ver.)
05:02

CD 17

1
Minuet (Minstrel Song Edit)
03:20
2
Overture
01:48
3
Opening Title
02:17
4
Hopes For Justice -Albert-
02:09
5
Feel the Wind -Aisha-
02:22
6
I'll Take All the Treasure! -Jamil-
02:05
7
Pure Guardian -Claudia-
03:09
8
My Comrade-in-Arms, Ladyluck -Hawk-
02:10
9
Resolute Bravery -Sif-
02:46
10
Absolute Freedom -Gray-
02:59
11
Passionate Eyes, Captivating Dance -Barbara-
02:20
12
Neidhart's Theme
02:53
13
Labyrinth of Illusions
02:57
14
Prelude of Battle
02:22
15
Victory!
00:51
16
Isthmus Castle Raid
00:47
17
Closed Heart
02:18
18
Palace Theme
02:32
19
The Soul Of Fire
02:30
20
A Knight's Pride
04:00
21
Title Acquisition
00:20
22
Crystal City
02:49
23
In A Jazzy Mood
02:31

CD 18

1
Minstrel Song
01:56
2
Goodnight
00:09
3
Invitation to the Darkness
02:27
4
Passionate Rhythm
02:49
5
Lost Woods
04:33
6
Voyage
02:35
7
Give Me A Break You Guys!
02:00
8
We're Pirates
01:41
9
Sewers
02:54
10
Isle of Evil
02:36
11
Chaos Labyrinth
02:36
12
Escape!
00:51
13
Sacred Domain -Four Guardian Kings Dungeon-
03:38
14
A Challenge to the Gods -Four Guardian Kings Battle-
03:47
15
Requiem
00:14
16
Heartbroken Aisha
02:45
17
Theme of Solitude
02:57
18
Unerasable Pain
02:27
19
A Piece Of Courage
02:43
20
Happiness Tears
02:54
21
Village of the Giants
02:53
22
Melody of Evil and Divinity
03:20
23
Wipe Your Tears Away
02:29
24
I'm A Pirate
01:45

CD 19

1
The Final Trial
03:19
2
Believing My Justice
03:43
3
Mysterious Glitter
04:26
4
Awakening Memories -The Battle With Sherah-
05:21
5
Hades
03:06
6
Invitation to Death -The Battle With Death-
04:05
7
Last Dungeon
02:09
8
Revival of the Evil God
01:39
9
To the Altar of Revival
03:28
10
Decisive Battle! Saruin -Final Battle With Saruin-
06:27
11
Only One Wish
04:47
12
Eternal Emotion
02:49
13
End Title
04:38
14
Minuet (Ending Edit)
02:55

CD 20

1
Rosalia From A Window
02:40
2
Knights' Dominion From A Window
02:43
3
Frontier From A Window
02:14
4
Walon Isle From A Window
01:53
5
Ligou Isle From A Window
02:39
6
Garesa Steppe From A Window
02:26
7
Valhalland From A Window
01:57
8
Kjaraht From A Window
01:37
9
Ore Mine From A Window
01:48
10
View of the Sea From A Window
01:50
11
Bafal Empire From A Window
02:29
12
Oasis From A Window
02:10
13
Fishing Village From A Window
01:57
14
Anxiety
01:12
15
Shock
01:18
16
Sad
01:19
17
No Problem
00:42
18
Suddenly, It's Charleston!?
00:42
19
Omen
01:11
20
Pressure
01:25
21
Dash
01:14
22
Invisibility
00:46
23
Romancing As It Is
01:16
24
Boring Days
01:05
25
Arranged Customs
01:43
26
Demise
01:34
27
Jingle A
00:09
28
Jingle B
00:11
29
Profound
01:18
30
Chills
01:26
31
Anticipation
01:08
32
A Strange Pair
00:23
33
Bewilderment
01:03
34
Crisis
00:34
35
Charge
01:00
36
Determination
01:22
37
Eternal Separation
01:05
38
Fateful Encounter
00:52
39
Light Steps! Normal Steps!! Stealthy Steps!!!
00:42
40
Invitation to Flamenco
00:41
41
Running Across the Vast Ocean!
01:09
42
Eternal Emotion (Piano Solo Version)
03:42
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