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Chrono Trigger OST

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Catalog Number: SSCX-10039 (reprint SQEX-10045)
Released On: December 18, 1999 (reprint February 23, 2005)
Composed By: Yasunori Mitsuda
Arranged By: Yasunori Mitsuda, Tsuyoshi Sekito
Published By: DigiCube (reprint Square Enix)
Recorded At: Sunrise Studio, Z'd Studio
Format: 1 CD
Tracklist:

01 - A Presentiment
02 - Chrono Trigger
03 - Peaceful Days
04 - Guardia Millenial Fair
05 - Wind Scene
06 - Secret of the Forest
07 - Frog's Theme
08 - The Trial
09 - Lavos' Theme
10 - Robo Gang Johnny
11 - Robo's Theme
12 - The Brink of Time
13 - Delightful Spekkio
14 - Battle with Magus
15 - Corridors of Time
16 - Zeal Palace
17 - Schala's Theme
18 - Undersea Palacea
19 - World Revolution
20 - Epilogue - To Good Friends
21 - To Far Away Times
Bonus Tracks
22 - Chrono and Marle (Arranged Version 1)
23 - Chrono Trigger (Arranged Version 1)
24 - Ayla's Theme (Arranged Version)
25 - Frog's Theme (Arranged Version)
26 - Chrono Trigger (Arranged Version 2)
27 - Chrono Trigger (Arranged Version 3)
28 - Schala's Theme (Arranged Version)
29 - End ~Burn! Bobonga! ~ To Far Away Times (Arranged Version)
30 - Chrono and Marle (Arranged Version 2)
Total Time:
74'12"

Commonly referred to as Chrono Trigger '99, or the Chrono Trigger PSX OST, this soundtrack was re-released to accompany the game's remake on PlayStation. It contains 21 of the best tracks from the original OST and has 9 arranged songs that play during the game's anime cutscenes. These arranged tracks are definitely the highlight of the album and should please any fan of Chrono Trigger's music. They certainly illustrate the caliber of Mitsuda's musical talent. However, this isn't a complete OST; it's more of a "best selection" of songs from the game itself along with the arranged tracks. Unfortunately, the tracks are also rather short, considering that they're not looped. If you're looking for a full soundtrack to Chrono Trigger, I would recommend picking up the original, 3 CD soundtrack to the SNES game. However, the beautiful, arranged tracks make Chrono Trigger '99 a worthy purchase, an excellent selection of music that should satisfy fans of the game alike.

Reviewed by: Ryan Mattich



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