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A Little Bit Of This…

Final Fantasy IV Original Soundtrack
Muchi Muchi Pork! Original Sound Track

First off is the Nintendo DS version of "Final Fantasy IV". Music is arranged by Junya Nakano (Dew Prism, FFX, etc.) & Kenichiro Fukui (Einhander, FFVII Advent Children, etc.)!

Next up is the latest from Cave, "Muchi Muchi Pork!". A weird theme for a shmup I'd have to say, check out the scans for a laugh. Music is by most of the folks who worked on "Espgaluda 2".

posted by Godai on 01 February

comments

comment #1

Finally.... Thanks for this awesome release!!!!

comment posted by Poppu on 01 February

comment #2

Thank you for your devotion :D I will keep these soundtracks alive ;)

comment posted by Metafalica on 01 February

comment #3

Thank you very much! I still have very fond memories the original Final Fantasy IV (FF II in the American SNes). I wanted so badly to have the music back then! I hope the NDS version comes to America.

Great release. I'll be sure to help seed.

comment posted by Aisling on 01 February

comment #4

Mmm..mmm - I love this you guys! You're so fast with providing new music, it's almost uncanny. Nevertheless thank you so much yet again!

comment posted by Gameguardian on 01 February

comment #5

Wow, thanks for the DS FFIV soundtrack, I hope it's released over in the UK.

Seeding ahoy!

comment posted by Sephiroth0 on 01 February

comment #6

FFIV! Thank you.

comment posted by Win on 01 February

comment #7

Cave & SQEX on the same day?! What is this, my birthday?

comment posted by punkmaggit on 01 February

comment #8

Thank you so much for the awesome music these past days!

comment posted by Lania on 01 February

comment #9

"Music is by most of the folks who worked on "Espgaluda 2"

Sadly, Manabu Namiki is one of the exceptions. :(

comment posted by z-reserve on 01 February

comment #10

"Espgaluda"?

I won't even ask XD

Thanks for FF4 a ton! And I'll check out Pork, too.

comment posted by urutapu on 01 February

comment #11

WOW, the past few days have been really awesome :) Thank you :)

comment posted by ZeroCool on 01 February

comment #12

Absolutely fantastic. Thanks, have a great weekend and enjoy the Superbowl! (those who are interested)

comment posted by Emil on 01 February

comment #13

Didn't the FF3 DS soundtrack sound quite a bit different than what was actually in-game? That's what I seem to remember.

FF4's OST sounds like the actual in-game audio but with a noticeable jump in sample sound quality.

comment posted by Cless on 01 February

comment #14

Fat bottomed girls, you make the rockin' world go round! Thanks! XD

comment posted by belxephon on 02 February

comment #15

Wow, i didn't know that Junya Nakano and Kenichiro Fuku worked on the FF IV DS soundtrack?! That is awesome, i loved the Threads of a Fate and FFX soundtrack.

comment posted by Matt on 02 February

comment #16

Wow...those albums must have been so popular. The site was malfunctioning for the last couple of days. ^^;;

What happened?

(And FF IV? YES YES YES YES YES!)

comment posted by Sir VG on 02 February

comment #17

I think my only complaints with the FFIV DS soundtrack are that the bass in Battle 1 and 2 doesn't sounds very good at all...too tinny...not enough "oomph", and the DS version of The Final Battle actually sounds inferior to the SNES version...specifically the horns. Of course, it's nothing for you to worry about. Awesome release.

comment posted by That Guy on 03 February

comment #18

Wow, at last FF4DS OST come out! Thanks!

comment posted by KokEng on 05 February

comment #19

When SQ is gunna relaxe FFIVDS in engrish. Ima tirad of playing jap one :()

comment posted by haya’ho on 05 February

comment #20

When SQ is gunna relaxe FFIVDS in engrish. Ima tirad of playing jap one :()

comment posted by haya’ho on 05 February

comment #21

I'm not impressed ;) tho it's definatly goodstuff to hear some of them tunes. FF4 wasn't that impressive of a game. Atleast not the GBA port. I find FF1&2 remake for GBA better, atleast I had moer fun with them.

comment posted by Elrinth on 05 February

comment #22

I remember a screenshot from the Developers' site rendering the track names in English, although the FFIVOST site had them in Japanese. So, what all languages were covered in the booklet?

comment posted by TJF588 on 05 February

comment #23

"I think my only complaints with the FFIV DS soundtrack are that the bass in Battle 1 and 2 doesn't sounds very good at all...too tinny...not enough 'oomph'"

They did this with FF3DS. Why did you expect anything different from FF4DS?

comment posted by Desides on 06 February

comment #24

Yeah, you're right. A guy can dream though, can't he? It's sad because battle themes are usually my favorite music from RPGs. It's a shame the remake couldn't do these justice...especially Battle 2.

comment posted by That Guy on 07 February

comment #25

I really appreciate these releases, especially Muchi Muchi Pork! that I doubt would become available elsewhere. I thought the soundtrack itself was awful, though. Anyone agree?

comment posted by Chris on 08 February

comment #26

@ Chris. I agreed but I didn't really had high music expectations for a schmup with 'pork' in it =x

comment posted by AK on 09 February

comment #27

When SQEX releases FFIVDS in english? :(

comment posted by pallihiki on 10 February

comment #28

I'm wondering that too. Is it possible to say "You spoony bard!" while keeping a straight face?

comment posted by Yamamanama on 11 February

comment #29

I'm sorry to use the comments section for that but I didn't know where else to put it, I can't find a "G part1 archive" torrent.
There's the second part but not the first one, could you upload it ?
As always, thanks.

comment posted by Testament on 12 February

comment #30

yay for updates.

comment posted by Garion on 16 February

comment #31

"I'm wondering that too. Is it possible to say "You spoony bard!" while keeping a straight face?"

If the Tellah/Gilbert fight is turned into a voice-acted cutscene, I would expect that line to (finally) be removed.

comment posted by Desides on 17 February

comment #32

Muchi Muchi pork had a lot of throwaway nonsense, but the tracks "Iza Iza Main Dish!" and "Hamu Hamu Pepper" were total gems. These 2 tracks made it all worthwhile. Thanks guys. :-)

comment posted by sketch on 01 March

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