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This field song represents FFXI's rocky Gustaberg desert. The exotic timbre of this slow, oddly sorrowful song brings to mind dusky hours in a bleak land.

"Gustaberg" is a background theme originally from Final Fantasy XI. It was composed by Kumi Tanioka.

Game appearances[]

Final Fantasy XI[]

"Gustaberg" appears as the eponymous theme of North and South Gustaberg. It is the 9th track of the 1st disc of the original soundtrack.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy[]

"Gustaberg" appears as a downloadable Field Music Sequence track. As the theme plays, the lead character travels through Gustaberg, passing the gate, the outpost, and the lighthouse, among other landmarks. It was released on August 2nd, 2012 in North America.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call[]

"Gustaberg" reappears as a Field Music Sequence track; however, this time it is playable in the base game, and does not require a separate purchase.

Arrangement album appearances[]

Final Fantasy XI: Chains of Promathia Original Soundtrack[]

An arrangement of "Gustaberg" appears as a bonus track on the Chains of Promathia original soundtrack, a recorded version of a live performance by The Star Onions at "Famitsu presents "Final Fantasy XI Chains of Promathia" SPECIAL NIGHT", arranged by Kumi Tanioka. It is the 24th track of the album.

Sanctuary ~ Final Fantasy XI - Music from the Other Side of Vana'diel[]

An arrangement of "Gustaberg" appears in The Star Onions' Sanctuary, arranged by Takahito Eguchi. It is the 7th track of the album.

Compilation album appearances[]

Final Fantasy XI 8th Anniversary: Memories of Dusk and Dawn[]

"Gustaberg" appears in this compilation album of players' favorite tracks through the years of Final Fantasy XI. It is the 4th track of the album.

Live performances[]

Fan Festival 2008[]

"Gustaberg" was one of the tracks performed by Kumi Tanioka during the live concert of Fan Festival 2008.

A New World: intimate music from Final Fantasy[]

A live recording of "Gustaberg" from at the London premiere of the concert of the same name on February 15, 2014, conducted by Arnie Roth, is included on this album.