Adam Corn May 23, 2020
The 7 disc, 157 track original soundtrack to Final Fantasy VII Remake is coming soon on May 27. Besides featuring of course Nobuo Uematsu as composer of the original PS1 version's compositions as well as the new theme song "Hollow", the credits on VGMdb list Masashi Hamauzu and Mitsuto Suzuki as main contributors, along with a good half dozen "additional composers" including, surprisingly, Capcom and Namco mainstays Tadayoshi Makino and Keiki Kobayashi. It seems unclear at this point whether Hamauzu and Suzuki were mainly involved in arranging Uematsu's pieces or in contributing to the substantial number of new compositions.
CD purchase links:
- Play-Asia (STC affiliate link)
- CD Japan
- Square Enix Store NA
- Square Enix Store UK
There's also a limited edition which includes an 8th disc consisting entirely of "jukebox" tracks from the game, though it appears to now be out of stock.