Author Archives: phoenixrisemusic

MelTrib to FFIX review

Hey all, A massive thanks to @sjmtaelus for his fantastic review of Melancholy Tribute To FFIXhttp://www.rpgfan.com/soundtracks/ff9-melancholy/index.html

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3 New FFVII tributes

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A Melancholy Tribute To Final Fantasy IX released!

A Melancholy Tribute To Final Fantasy IX is now available to download from iTunes at http://bit.ly/TPR-FFIX Please visit Joypad Records for more great video game soundtrack music.

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The final batch of FFIX tributes

Not Alone A Song From Her Memory Limited Time/Fleeting Life Daguerreo

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The next batch of FFIX covers

Another Nightmare (Disc 4 World Map theme) Terra Esto Gaza Pandemonium Clerya Settlement

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5 Final Fantasy IX Tributes

Danger in the Forest (Evil Forest Theme) Over The Hill (World Map theme) Kuja’s Theme The South Gate Village of Dali More covers can be found at http://www.youtube.com/user/phoenixrisemusic?feature=mhee

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TPR on sale now!

My self-titled album is now availabe to download from iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/tpr/id553416216 To listen to it in full check out the YouTube video below.

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Final Fantasy versus nostalgia

Nostalgia is a curious affection. Final Fantasy VII was the first game I ever truly completed  – the story, the graphics, and of course the soundtrack came together in such a way that made me want to get every character’s … Continue reading

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Nobuoesque – Back To School

A piece based on Balamb Garden, from the FFVIII soundtrack. Probably my favourite FF track of all time.

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Waltz For The Moon

Playing Theatrhythm reminded me that I still had this left from the FF8 recordings. It was left off the album as it was too similar to Love Grows.

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