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Final Fantasy music compilation confirmed.

  Square has confirmed plans to release a collection of the Final Fantasy series' melodious music. Including previously-released favorites, the album assuredly has instant appeal for long-time fans of the transcendent franchise. Entitled "Potion: Relaxin' With Final Fantasy," the track boasts both the mellifluous style of Final Fantasy past and newer styles featured in the storied series. Encompassing tunes from Final Fantasies III through VIII, the album's tracks have previously appeared on the sundry piano and re-arrange tracks that were available immediately after the release of those games. The following is the track list for the upcoming album:

1. Tina - Final Fantasy VI Piano Collections
2. Kids Run Through the City - Final Fantasy VI Piano Collections
3. Water Priestess' Aria - Final Fantasy III Eternal Legend of Wind
4. Melody of Lute - Final Fantasy IV Celtic Moon
5. Eyes On Me - Final Fantasy VIII Piano Collections
6. Tenderness in the Air - Final Fantasy V Piano Collections
7. Fragments of Memories - Final Fantasy VIII FITHOS LUSEC WECOS VINOSEC
8. Main Theme of Final Fantasy IV - Final Fantasy IV Piano Collections
9. Balamb Garden Ami - Final Fantasy VIII FITHOS LUSEC WECOS VINOSEC
10. Lenna's Theme - Final Fantasy V Dear Friends
11. The Sucessor - Final Fantasy VIII Piano Collections
12. Music Box - Final Fantasy V Dear Friends
13. Theme of Love - Final Fantasy IV Piano Collections
14. Aeris' Theme - Final Fantasy VII Reunion Tracks
15. Welcome To Our Town - Final Fantasy IV Piano Collections
16. Rydia - Final Fantasy IV Celtic Moon

  Additionally, Square has plans to release a flute-arranged version of "Shin-ai naru Tomo e" from the classic Final Fantasy V, by Kazunori Seo. Gamers interested in the compilation will be able to purchase one on February 21 in Japan for 2,345 yen. In time, the album should arrive in American retailers, where it will carry an MSRP of $25-30.

2/8/2001 Bryan Keers

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