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Materia Collective Debuts with Final Fantasy VII: Remixed Album

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If you’re looking for your weekend fix of game music and are a Final Fantasy VII fan, then the gaming music gods have smiled upon you this day. Community remix creator Materia Collective has released a massive 5-disk arrangement album in anticipation of the remake of FF7, dubbed MATERIA: Final Fantasy VII Remixed.

To this day, Final Fantasy VII remains a fan favorite for its in-depth story, wide cast of characters, and its memorable soundtrack. Listeners will enjoy every track from Final Fantasy VII remixed, arranged, and re-imagined across a variety of genres, including the cinematic and beautiful “Main Theme from Final Fantasy VII,” the tribal “Cosmo Canyon,” the laid back “Costa del Sol,” the heartbreaking “Aerith’s Theme,” and the epic final battle theme, “One-Winged Angel” along with all the rest. Featured artists include composers Will Roget, II (Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris), Jeff Ball (TimeSpinner), Dale North (Dragon Fantasy Book II), Francisco Cerda and John Robert Matz (Gunpoint), Kyle Landry, Smooth McGroove, Laura Intravia, String Player Gamer, Doug Perry, Kristin Naigus, Rozen, Videri String Quartet, Triforce Quartet and many more.Sebastian Wolff; Materia Collective Founder

With over five hours worth of arrangements of the entire Final Fantasy VII soundtrack originally composed by Nobuo Uemastu, the album is currently free to listen to on Spotify and iTunes, and available to purchase on for $15 and is sure to tickle the fancy of many Final Fantasy fans who are hunkered down and awaiting the game’s announced future remake.

Source: MATERIA: Final Fantasy VII Remixed

Disclaimer: A least one artist featured on the album mentioned above has a personal friendship with the author. No materials have been exchanged for this coverage.

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