Final Fantasy X-2 Original Soundtrack
ファイナルファンタジーX-2 オリジナル・サウンドトラック ( Fainaru Fantajī X-2 Orijinaru Saundotorakku ) ?
zAVCD-17254/5 (limited edition)
March 31, 2003
is the complete soundtrack of Final Fantasy X-2 Original Soundtrack . Final Fantasy X-2 Final Fantasy X-2 marks the first soundtrack where composer Nobuo Uematsu did not contribute a single piece despite having composed for , of which Final Fantasy X Final Fantasy X-2 is a sequel.
Track list Edit
Disc 1 (1:06:19) Edit
" KUON: Memories of Waves and Light" ( - 2:38
久遠 ~光と波の記憶~, Kuon ~Hikari to Nami no Kioku~ , lit. ? Eternity ~Memory of Light and Waves~)
Played at the title screen. It is called "KUON: Memories of Waves and Light" in the North American sphere theater.
" - 2:33
real Emotion (FFX-2 Mix)"
Opening song at concert in Luca.
"YuRiPa, Fight! No. 1" ( - 1:30
ユリパ ファイトNo.1, YuRiPa Faito No.1 , lit. ? YuRiPa Fight No. 1)
It is called "YRP, Fight! No. 1" in the North American sphere theater.
Played in the first boss battle and carries on to the docks at Luca as Rikku and Paine chase down the thieves. Also plays during the mission on Mi'ihen Highroad in Chapter 3.
" Yuna's Theme" ( - 2:52
ユウナのテーマ, Yūna no Tēma ) ?
The theme of the high summoner/sphere hunter and main protagonist, Yuna.
"YuRiPa, Fight! No. 2" ( - 2:00
ユリパ ファイトNo.2, YuRiPa Faito No.2 , lit. ? YuRiPa Fight No. 2)
One of the game's three battle themes. It is called "YRP, Fight! No. 2" in the North American sphere theater.
"Mission Complete" ( - 1:37
ミッションコンプリート, Misshon Konpurīto ) ?
Played whenever a mission is successfully completed.
"We're the Gullwings!" ( - 2:48
スフィアハンター・カモメ団, Sufia Hantā Kamom Dan , lit. ? sphere hunter Seagull Group)
The theme of the eclectic group of sphere hunters, the Gullwings.
"Mission Start!" ( - 2:55
ミッションスタート, Misshon Sutāto ) ?
It is called "Mission Time!" in the North American sphere theater.
Played at the start of a mission.
"Mt. Gagazet" ( - 3:38
ガガゼト山, Gagazeto Yama , lit. ? Gagazet Mountain)
Theme of the frigid mountain to the north, Mt. Gagazet.
"YuRiPa, Fight! No. 3" ( - 1:46
ユリパファイトNo.3, YuRiPa Faito No.3 , lit. ? YuRiPa Battle No. 3)
It is called "YRP, Fight! No. 3" in the North American sphere theater.
Game's normal battle theme.
" Game Over" ( - 0:17
ゲームオーバー, Gēmu Ōbā ) ?
Played when a battle is lost.
"Anything Goes for Leblanc!" ( - 1:45
ルプラン様はなんでもアリ!, Rupuran Sama ha Nandemo Ari , lit. ? Lady Leblanc Has Everything!)
Chateau Leblanc's theme and the overall theme for the Leblanc Syndicate.
"Let Me Blow You a Kiss" ( - 2:08
お熱いのをくれてやるよ, O Atsui no o Kurete Yaru Yo , lit. ? I'll Give You Something Hot!)
Played during a Leblanc Syndicate boss battle.
"Shuyin's Theme" ( - 3:41
シューインのテーマ, Shūin no Tēma ) ?
The theme of the 1000-year-old blitzer, Shuyin. Played at the Den of Woe.
"Besaid" ( - 2:48
ビサイド, Bisaido ) ?
The eponymous theme of Besaid.
"Kilika" ( - 2:17
キーリカ, Kīrika ) ?
Theme of the reconstructed Kilika.
"Luca" ( - 1:45
ルカ, Ruka ) ?
The theme of the coastal town, Luca.
"Mi'ihen Highroad" ( - 2:18.
ミヘン街道, Mihen Kaidou , lit. ? Mi'ihen Highway)
Played whenever the Gullwings visit the famed highroad dedicated to the great Lord Mi'ihen.
"Mushroom Rock Road" ( - 1:55
キノコ岩街道, Kinoko Iwa Kaidou ) ?
The theme of the damp familiarity that is the Mushroom Rock Road.
"The Youth League" ( - 2:38
青年同盟, Seinen Doumei , lit. ? Youth Alliance)
Played at the HQ of the ex-crusader group, lead by Nooj, the Youth League.
"The Machina Faction" ( - 1:56
マキナ派, Makina Ha ) ?
Theme of the offshoot Al Bhed machinists group, the Machine Faction.
"Guadosalam" ( - 1:43
グアドサラム, Guadosaramu ) ?
The theme of the Guado-less Guadosalam.
"The Thunder Plains" ( - 1:16
雷平原, Kaminari Heigen , lit. ? Thunder Plains (Final Fantasy X))
Theme of the home to the safe-but-sometimes-unstable lightning towers, the Thunder Plains.
"Macalania Woods" ( - 2:56
マカラーニャの森, Makarānya no Mori , lit. ? Macalania Forest)
The theme of the new home for the shameful fading people known as the Guado, Macalania Woods.
"Bikanel Desert" ( - 1:53
ビーカネル砂漠, Bīkaneru Sabaku ) ?
Played at the hotspot for excavating machina, Bikanel.
"New Yevon" ( - 1:37
新エボン党, Shin Ebon Tou , lit. ? The New Yevon Party)
The once omnipotent organization in all of Spira, vitiated by Yuna and her party, now called New Yevon.
"The Calm Lands" ( - 1:52
ナギ平原, Nagi Heigen , lit. ? Calm Lands)
Theme of the gambling gaming hub of Spira, the Calm Lands.
"Zanarkand Ruins" ( - 2:32
ザナルカンド遺跡, Zanarukando Iseki ) ?
The theme of the once sacred place turned tourist attraction, Zanarkand.
"Sphere Hunters" ( - 1:54
スフィアハンター, Sufia Hantā , lit. ? Sphere Hunter)
Played during certain missions.
"The Temples" ( - 1:14
寺院, Jiin , lit. ? Temple)
Played whenever the party enters one of the temples.
"Discord" ( - 1:47
緊迫, Kinpaku , lit. ? Tension)
Accompanies temple invasions by man or fiend.
Disc 2 (1:11:41) Edit
"The Gullwings March" ( - 2:32
カモメ団マーチ, Kamone Dan Māchi' , lit. ? The Seagulls March)
A brass instrument heavy Gullwings theme.
"The Colossus" ( - 1:32
大いなる存在, Oori Naru Sonzai , lit. ? Great Being)
Played when Vegnagun is mentioned and in the second part of Farplane Abyss.
"Sleep Tight" ( - 0:17
おやすみ, Oyasumi , lit. ? Good Night)
Played whenever the party rests at an inn, the Celsius, etc.
"Disquiet" ( - 2:11
不安, Fuan , lit. ? Anxiety)
Plays during exploration of Via Infinito. Also plays during Yuna's dream, where she and Tidus die in the same manner as Lenne and Shuyin, and when Leblanc is explaining Vegnagun to the Gullwings in her chateau.
"Three Mice in Chateau Leblanc" ( - 1:43
潜入! ルプランのアジト, Sen'nyū! Rupuran no Ajito , lit. ? Infiltration! Leblanc's Hideout)
"It is called "Trois Souris au Chateau Leblanc" (lit. "Three Mice in Chateau Leblanc") in the North American sphere theater.
Played when the Gullwings infiltrate Chateau Leblanc.
"Rikku's Theme" ( - 2:09
リュックのテーマ, Ryukku no Tēma ) ?
The upbeat theme for the equally upbeat sphere hunter, Rikku.
"Chocobo" ( - 1:49
チョコボ, Chokobo ) ?
The Chocobo Theme.
"Paine's Theme" ( - 2:40
パインのテーマ, Pain no Tēma ) ?
The theme of the mysterious new addition, Paine.
"Bevelle's Secret" ( - 1:14
ベベルの秘密, Beberu no Himitsu ) ?
Played at the always secretive massive city of Bevelle.
"The Bevelle Underground" ( - 2:01
アンダーベベル, Andā Beberu , lit. ? Under Bevelle)
The background theme of Bevelle Underground.
" Yuna's Ballad" ( - 3:01
ユウナのバラード, Yūna no Barādo ) ?
Ballad of High Summoner Yuna.
"Your Friendly Neighborhood Gullwings" ( - 2:21
お助け屋カモメ団, O Tasuke ya Kamome Dan , lit. ? Assistance Store Seagull Group)
Played as the 'ambient' background music on the Celsius from Chapter 3 and on.
"Joost leave it tae us!" ( - 2:59
オラたちのデバンだなや, Ora Tachi no Deban da Naya , lit. ? It's Our Turn Now!)
Called ""Joost leave it tae us!" No. 1" (and/or) "No. 2" the North American sphere theater.
Played at the Moonflow in Chapter 5 during Tobli's concert.
"Labyrinth" ( - 1:43
迷宮, Meikyū ) ?
Played certain dungeons such as in Chateau Leblanc's underground maze, the Fiend Haunt cave, and Cavern of the Stolen Fayth. It also plays during the "Clean Sweep" mission in the Calm Lands Ruins.
"Turmoil" ( - 1:42
混乱, Konra , lit. ? Confusion)
Played during certain missions.
"Aeons" ( - 1:07
召喚獣, Shoukan Kemono , lit. ? Summoned Beast)
Played when Yuna has to fight her former aeons.
"The Farplane Abyss" ( - 2:23
異界の深淵, Ikai no Shinen ) ?
This is heard in the sinister Abyss of the Farplane.
"Kuon - The Troupe Performs" ( - 3:34
久遠 ~楽団員さんの演奏~, Kudou ~Gakudan in Sanno Ensou~ , lit. ? Eternity ~Band Member Performance~)
Called "KUON: The Troupe Performs" in the North American sphere theater.
The adopted band of the Celsius plays this song for the Guado in Guadosalam if they did not go to war with the Ronso. It is also used as the menu theme of .
Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission "1000 Words (FFX-2 Mix)" ( - 3:54
1000の言葉 (FF X-2 Mix), 1000 no Kotoba ( FF X-2 Mix) , lit. ? 1000 no Kotoba () FFX-2 Mix)
Yuna's performance of " 1000 Words" during her rain-soaked concert in the Thunder Plains.
"Nightmare in the Den" ( - 1:20
洞窟の悪夢, Doukutsu no Akumu , lit. ? Nightmare in the Cave)
Played during Shuyin's spectral assault in the Den of Woe.
"The Crimson Squad" ( - 3:05
アカギ隊, Akagi Tai , lit. ? The Akagi Squad)
Played in the Den of Woe, haunted by the unsent of the Crimson Squad.
"Vegnagun Awakens" ( - 2:31
ヴェグナガン起動, Vegunagan Kidou , lit. ? Vegnagun Activating)
The melodic start to the chaos of the final battle.
"Crash" ( - 1:35
激突, Gekitotsu , lit. ? Clash)
Fan-misappropriated homonym for the three-pronged shutdown on Vegnagun's body.
"Clash" ( - 1:23
死闘, Shitou , lit. ? Desperate Struggle)
The battle for the final blow against Vegnagun's guarded core.
"Ruin" ( - 2:59
破滅, Hametsu ) ?
A renewed Vegnagun's preparation for a global annihilation.
" Their Resting Place" ( - 2:33
終焉, Shūen , lit. ? Demise)
Shuyin's "shūen", his final outlash against those who'd stop him.
"1000 Words (Piano Version) - A Wish That Spans the Ages" ( - 3:45
1000の言葉 Piano Version ~時を越えた想い~, 1000 no Kotoba Piano Version ~Toki wo koe ta Omoi~ , lit. ? 1000 Words Piano Version ~Feelings That Crossed Time~)
A piano rendition of "1000 Words".
"Ending - Until We Meet Again!" ( - 2:11
エンディング ~また会う日まで~, Endingu ~Mata Au Hi Made , lit. ? Ending ~Until the Day We Meet Again~)
Called "See you next time, kiddies!" in the North American sphere theater.
The ending theme.
"1000 Words (Orchestra Version)" ( - 6:30
1000の言葉 Orchestra Version, 1000 no Kotoba Orchestra Version , lit. ? 1000 Words Orchestra Version)
The orchestra version of "1000 Words"; an extra verse is present in this version.
"Epilogue - A Reunion!" ( - 3:26
エピローグ ~再会~, Epirōgu ~Saikai~ , lit. ? Epilogue ~Reunion~)
Called "Reunion" in the North American sphere theater.
Played during Yuna's reunion with Tidus in an optional ending.
Music samples Edit
Sheet music Edit
Published by DOREMI Music Publishing,
Final Fantasy X-2 Original Soundtrack Piano Sheet Music contains the official piano sheet music for the game's original soundtrack. It has 84 Pages, covering 32 pieces arranged by Tadaomi Idogawa. Its difficulty level is beginner to intermediate. The pieces are arranged to sound as much as possible like the originals. The book uses standard music notation, but the text, including each song's title, is in Japanese.
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