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Modulation – Final Fantasy Album Composed by Nobuo Uematsu Set to Release in August

Modulation Final Fantasy Arrangement Album Vinyl Key Artwork

Square Enix has announced that Modulation – Final Fantasy Arrangement Album, a vinyl soundtrack composed of 10 iconic tracks from the series, will release sometime this August! The album has been arranged by none other than long-time FF composer Nobuo Uematsu, whose works include the likes of Terra’s and Aerith’s themes.

What’s Included in Modulation – Final Fantasy Arrangement Album?

Modulation contains some of the most memorable tracks from the first 10 mainline Final Fantasy games. Although all the tracks included in the arrangement are fantastic, the major highlights include “Terra’s Theme”, “Opening – Bombing Mission”, and “To Zanarkand”.

On the product’s store page, Square Enix has revealed all the tracks included in the collection. The company has also confirmed that the collection includes an MP3 download code at no extra cost.

Modulation – Final Fantasy Arrangement Album Track List:

  1. “Main Theme” (Final Fantasy I)
  2. “Battle Theme 2” (Final Fantasy II)
  3. “Eternal Wind” (Final Fantasy III)
  4. “Main Theme” (Final Fantasy IV)
  5. “Battle at the Big Bridge” (Final Fantasy V)
  6. “Terra’s Theme” (Final Fantasy VI)
  7. “Opening – Bombing Mission” (Final Fantasy VII)
  8. “Blue Fields” (Final Fantasy VIII)
  9. “Terra ~ Bran Bal, the Soulless Village” (Final Fantasy IX)
  10. “To Zanarkand” (Final Fantasy X)

Modulation – Final Fantasy Arrangement Album is set to release sometime in August and will retail for $55 USD. However, the store page does warn that the August release window is an approximation and is therefore subject to change. For all the latest regarding the Final Fantasy series, from new games to merchandise, make sure to keep an eye out on RPGFan’s news feed.

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Tom Cox

Tom Cox

Tom is a News and Social Media Editor at RPGFan, with a love for Pokémon and One Piece. When he's not playing RPGs, he can also be found running, reading manga and watching anime.

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