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POTION: Relaxin' with Final Fantasy is a "best of" type album of tracks from Final Fantasy III to Final Fantasy VIII. It contains a collection of "mellow" selections of tracks taken directly from other arranged albums and a previously unreleased track, performed by Kazunori Seo.

Track listEdit

  1. "Tina"
    (Piano Collections: Final Fantasy VI)
  2. "Kids Run Through the City"
    (Piano Collections: Final Fantasy VI)
  3. "Priestess Aria "("水の巫女エリア", Mizu No Miko Eria?, lit. Elia, the Maiden of Water)
    (Final Fantasy III: Eternal Legend of the Wind )
  4. "Melody of Lute"
    (Final Fantasy IV: Celtic Moon)
  5. "Eyes on Me"
    (Piano Collections: Final Fantasy VIII)
  6. "Tenderness in the Air"
    (Piano Collections: Final Fantasy V)
  7. "Fragments of Memories"
    (FITHOS LUSEC WECOS VINOSEC: Final Fantasy VIII)
  8. "Main Theme of Final Fantasy IV"
    (Piano Collections: Final Fantasy IV)
  9. "Balamb GARDEN - Ami"
    (FITHOS LUSEC WECOS VINOSEC: Final Fantasy VIII)
  10. "Leena's Theme"
    (Final Fantasy V: Dear Friends)
  11. "The Successor"
    (Piano Collections: Final Fantasy VIII)
  12. "Music Box"
    (Final Fantasy V: Dear Friends)
  13. "Theme of Love"
    (Piano Collections: Final Fantasy IV)
  14. "(エアリスのテ-マ", Aerith No Tēma?, lit. Aerith's Theme]])
    (Final Fantasy VII: Reunion Tracks)
  15. "Welcome to Our Town"
    (Piano Collections: Final Fantasy IV)
  16. "Troian Beauty"
    (Final Fantasy IV: Celtic Moon)
  17. "("親愛なる友へ", Shin'ai Naru Tomo e?, lit. Dear Friends)
    (Bonus Track)

EtymologyEdit

A potion (from Latin potio "drink" derived from Greek poton "that which one drinks") is a consumable medicine or poison. In mythology and literature, a potion has magical properties and might be used to heal, bewitch or poison people.

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