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Music Content: Final Fantasy VIII

Final Fantasy VIII Image Final Fantasy VIII was developed and published by Square (now Square Enix). It was released in 1999 for Sony's PlayStation and in 2000 for Microsoft's Windows-based personal computers. Final Fantasy VIII is the first game in the series to consistently use realistically proportioned characters, and does not have a magic point-based system for spellcasting.

The game's story focuses on a group of young mercenaries who are drawn into an international conflict, and seek to protect the world from a sorceress manipulating the war for her own purposes. Players follow Squall Leonhart, a 17 year old loner and student at the military academy Balamb Garden, who is training to become a "SeeD", mercenaries who get paid by the academy.

Development of Final Fantasy VIII began in 1997 while the English language translation of Final Fantasy VII was in process. The music was scored by regular series composer Nobuo Uematsu. The game is the first in the series to feature a vocal piece as its theme music, "Eyes on Me", performed by Chinese singer Faye Wong.

The game was positively received by critics and was commercially successful. It was voted the 22nd best game of all time by readers of the Japanese magazine Famitsu. 13 weeks after its release, Final Fantasy VIII had earned more than US$50 million in sales, making it the fastest-selling Final Fantasy title. The game has sold 8.15 million copies worldwide as of March 31, 2003. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Nobuo Uematsu


February 11, 1999 (Japan)
September 9, 1999 (North America)



1. Liberi Fatali
2. Balamb GARDEN
3. Blue Fields [2 item(s)]
4. Don't be Afraid
5. The Winner
6. Find Your Way
7. SeeD
8. The Landing
9. Starting Up
10. Force Your Way
11. The Loser
12. Never Look Back
13. Dead End
14. Breezy
15. Shuffle or Boogie
16. Waltz for the Moon
17. Tell Me
18. Fear
19. The Man with the Machine Gun
20. Julia
21. Roses and Wine
22. Junction
23. Timber Owls
24. My Mind
25. The Mission
26. Martial Law [1 item(s)]
27. Cactus Jack (Galbadian Anthem)
28. Only a Plank Between One and Perdition
30. Galbadia GARDEN
31. Unrest
32. Under Her Control
33. The Stage is Set
34. A Sacrifice
36. Intruders
37. Premonition
38. Wounded
39. Fragments of Memories
40. Jailed
41. Rivals
42. Ami
43. The Spy
44. Retaliation
45. Movin'
46. Blue Sky
47. Drifting
48. Heresy
49. Fisherman's Horizon
50. ODEKA de Chocobo [3 item(s)]
51. Where I Belong
52. The Oath
53. Slide Show Part 1
54. Slide Show Part 2
55. Love Grows
56. The Salt Flats [1 item(s)]
57. Trust Me [1 item(s)]
58. Silence and Motion [1 item(s)]
59. Dance with the Balamb-fish
60. Tears of the Moon
61. Residents
62. Eyes on Me
63. Mods de Chocobo
64. Ride On
65. Truth
66. Lunatic Pandora [1 item(s)]
67. Compression of Time [1 item(s)]
68. The Castle [1 item(s)]
69. The Legendary Beast
70. Maybe I'm a Lion
71. The Extreme [1 item(s)]
72. The Successor
73. Ending Theme
74. Overture
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