Final Fantasy XIV / Field Tracks - Nobuo Uematsu

Final Fantasy XIV / Field Tracks

Nobuo Uematsu

  • Genre: Video Game
  • Release Date: 2010-09-29
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • ℗ 2010 SQUARE ENIX

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Prelude - Remembrance Nobuo Uematsu 6:00 USD 0.69
2
Navigator's Glory - The Theme Nobuo Uematsu 5:22 USD 0.69
3
On Windy Meadows Nobuo Uematsu 5:25 USD 0.69
4
Born of the Boughs - The Theme Nobuo Uematsu 5:32 USD 0.69
5
Emerald Labyrinth Nobuo Uematsu 4:36 USD 0.69
6
The Twin Faces of Fate - The T Nobuo Uematsu 6:32 USD 0.69
7
Twilight over Thanalan Nobuo Uematsu 4:21 USD 0.69
8
Aetherial Slumber Nobuo Uematsu 7:12 USD 0.69

Reviews

  • a classic soundtrack to a classic game

    5
    By heerogunkenobi15
    final fantasy XIV is the greatest video game in the world a true classic the best of the best square-enix are gods they are the greatest video game company in the world there true genius's and the soundtrack is just as good buy the soundtrack and buy the game you wont be sorry
  • Absolute Purity

    5
    By Reuel Woodhouse
    The brilliance of Nobuo Uematsu. It's an ever going story within the music itself, why even play the game? This album brings everything that once was and now is in music, it sounds foolish to say so, but it harmonises sounds within your head. Call it music therapy!
  • Nobuo's Soundtracks are always great but...

    4
    By Love That Music
    Where is "Answers", the vocal theme performed by Susan Calloway???!!! I love that song and wish it was available! Where is it?
  • Uematsu never ceases to amaze me

    5
    By Chosek Lazzaria
    I've literally been a fan of his music for the past 14 years and was disappointed when he stopped music for the series since ffxi. I mean there were good tunes here and there in the recent games (excluding the crap from 12) but it never summed up to my expectations. The music for xiv is amazing, and i applaud as well as bow to the master composer that he is.
  • Nobuo Uematsu adds polish to an unfinished game.

    5
    By SereneAurora
    Nobuo Uematsu is at his finest here. The melodies here are beautiful and haunting, suiting their respective areas without being overpowering like we've come to expect from Nobuo. This version of the Prelude is one of the most beautiful that's been released in some time, the bells add a unique flair to this well known tune. Emerald Labyrinth is an enchanting song that suits the forests of Gridania, and makes you remember some of the magic hidden there. I won't be seeing some of these areas and events until the game improves. I'm glad I can still enjoy the full soundtrack without having to tolerate the game itself in its unfinished state.
  • Great music from a game I'll likely never play

    5
    By Woocifer
    I wasn't a fan of Final Fantasy XI, so I probably won't be playing XIV, but this is still a wonderful soundtrack. People often reminisce about Final Fantasy 6 whenever they think of Nobuo Uematsu, but his recent work from Final Fantasy 14, Lost Odyssey, and Blue Dragon is equally amazing. If you don't want the full album (it's only $8, come on!), then I'd at least get On Windy Meadows.
  • Excellent

    5
    By Bebakhsheed
    Seriously some amazing tracks on this album. I don't even have to see the game to be able to see the areas the songs are ment for.

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