“Final Fantasy VII” has some awesome music, so I decided to tell you guys my top 10 favorite. If you want to listen to them, I provided links to dear youtube. I think you’ll like them.
10. “Aerith’s Theme” (in the game, her name was Aeris, but I think Aerith is her official name). It’s a pretty song.
9. “Fighting” is the song you hear a lot because it’s during normal fights. If you play the game, you better like it because you’ll be spending A LOT of time listening to it. Also, it is one of the first songs I heard, so it gives me special memories.
8. I also like “Valley of the Fallen Star”, the theme of Cosmo Canyon and Red XIII. I hum this one often. It’s very pretty. And has a good beat.
7. “Attack of the Weapon” is also a good song.
6. “Fight on!” is the boss battle music used most. It goes really well with the fight. It makes you want to kick butt. And so I did. My favorite part’s at 1:03.
5. “J-E-N-O-V-A” is another good song. Sometimes used as boss battle music or just in regular battles. Also epic.
4. Another is “Birth of a God”, the theme of Bizarro Sephiroth (yes, that’s right), final boss part 2. I kind of like this song. It fits the boss really well. I like the part at 0:53 a lot. And I love how it ties in another song you hear in other parts of the game relating to Sephiroth at 1:25. Genius.
3. “The Nightmare Begins” is a lovely song and the theme of Vincent. It’s kind of sad. I heard it’s played with a harpsichord.
2. “Bombing Mission” (or “Opening Theme, Bombing Mission”, which takes a little bit of time to get to the good part) is an awesome song. It’s played during the first boss and some other parts. I heard it the first day I played the game. I loved it. It’s pretty good, with a lot to it. The good stuff starts around 1:13.
1. And last but not least, if you listen to just one, listen to the well-known “One-Winged Angel”, Sephiroth’s theme and the music I got to enjoy while watching that long Super Nova attack (which I ranted about in my previous post). It is really amazing, very complex. The words are sung in Latin. There is a newer version in the movie, “Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children”, but this is very good, too. I think it’s especially good at 1:10 and 3:38.