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Final Fantasy IV & The After Years Sounds Plus is an album enclosed with the limited edition of Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection in Japan. It contains all the original tracks from Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, as composed by Junya Nakano.

In addition, it has six tracks from the 3D version of Final Fantasy IV, voted for by fans on the Square Enix Members website. An arrangement of the opening theme by Masashi Hamauzu is also included. The nineteenth track, named "Bonus Track," which does not appear on the track listing of the album, is "Troian Beauty".

Track list[]

  1. Opening Theme (PSP Ver.) — 2:33
    (オープニング・テーマ 【PSP Ver.】, [missing rōmaji]?)
  2. Mysterious Girl ~minus~ — 2:30
    (謎の少女~minus~, [missing rōmaji]?)
  3. The Dispossessed Eidolons ~Minudes~ — 3:36
    (奪われた幻獣たち~Minudes~, [missing rōmaji]?)
  4. True Moon — 2:58
    (真月, [missing rōmaji]?)
  5. Planetary Core — 2:43
    (中心核, [missing rōmaji]?)
  6. Master of Imagination — 3:03
    (想像主, [missing rōmaji]?)
  7. Straying from Evolution — 2:47
    (進化の迷走, [missing rōmaji]?)
  8. The Battle for Life — 4:40
    (生命の戦い, [missing rōmaji]?)
  9. Vanishing of the True Moon — 0:38
    (消える真月, [missing rōmaji]?)
  10. Epilogue I — 2:44
  11. Epilogue II — 4:35
  12. Finale — 3:50
  13. Opening Theme (Full Ver.) — 2:59
    (オープニングテーマ 【Full Ver.】, [missing rōmaji]?)
  14. Theme of Love — 3:09
    (愛のテーマ, [missing rōmaji]?)
  15. Opening — 2:03
    (オープニング, [missing rōmaji]?)
  16. Final Fantasy IV Main Theme — 2:48
    (ファイナルファンタジーIV メインテーマ, [missing rōmaji]?)
  17. Battle 2 — 2:23
    (バトル2, [missing rōmaji]?)
  18. Battle with Golbeza's Four Emperors — 3:12
    (ゴルベーザ四天王とのバトル, [missing rōmaji]?)
  19. Bonus Track — 3:33
    (ボーナストラック, [missing rōmaji]?)

Credits[]

Original Music Composed by Nobuo Uematsu

  • Music Composed & Arranged by Junya Nakano (02~12)

Additional Arrangers:

  • Masashi Hamauzu (1, 13)
  • Junya Nakano (14~17)
  • Kenichiro Fukui (18)

Trivia[]

  • Tracks 14 ~ 19 were selected for arrangement by fans through a poll on the Square Enix Members website.

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