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Final Fantasy XIV Arrangement Albums are Now Available to Stream

Final Fantasy XIV Arrangement Albums

On Friday October 29th, Square Enix announced that three of Final Fantasy XIV‘s band & piano arrangement albums are now available to stream on Apple Music, Amazon Music and Spotify. Previously only the Original Soundtracks were available on these streaming services, but you could still buy them outright digitally in the Amazon Store or iTunes. The list includes From Astral to Umbral, Duality, and Journeys arrangement albums for the A Realm Reborn, Heavensward, and Stormblood expansions respectively.

Read the official Lodestone post for links to each. Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers’ Scions & Sinners: Final Fantasy XIV ~Arrangement Album~ is not available directly to stream yet, but is available to purchase.

These albums are unique in that they are live recordings of new versions of each song on the album list. Half are recorded arrangements by The Primals, Final Fantasy XIV’s rock band. The other half is preformed by Keiko, a pianist that has been preforming with them for just as long. Naturally, these tracks all sound significantly different than what’s heard in-game, so it’s worth a listen to see how these arrangements compare!

For some of our thoughts on one of these albums, check out our review for From Astral to Umbral ~Final Fantasy XIV: Band & Piano Arrangement Album~.

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Steven Mattern

Steven Mattern

Steven Mattern is a News Writer and Music Reviewer for RPGFan. Relatively new to RPGs in the grand scheme of the genre, he often resonates with soundtracks of titles more than the game itself. Music is one of the most vital parts of any game to him; so even if the gameplay or story doesn't age well or hold up, the soundtrack can leave a positive impression. Games aside, he loves science fiction and fantasy films and has a knack for podcasts. Steven also lives with (maybe) never enough cats.

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