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Chocobo & Chill is an instrumental hip-hop tribute to the world of Final Fantasy.Chocobo & Chill features fifteen of Nobuo Uematsu's beloved Final Fantasy tracks flipped and remixed by beat-maker Rifti Beats. Chocobo & Chill hits with nostalgic flair, taking inspiration from the Super Nintendo's Final Fantasy VI and the Playstation era Final Fantasy VII - X.The album begins with "The Prelude" and "Chocobo" - two iconic tunes found throughout the Final Fantasy series, making their first appearances on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Homages to "Final Fantasy VII" follow, with a gentle rendition of it's main theme featuring pianist PianoDreams. This track previously appeared as the instrumental for "Lifestream" from Mega Ran's Black Materia: The Remake. Fans of Final Fantasy 7 will also appreciate the sweet and melancholy "Aerith's Theme", and the iconic "Victory Fanfare".The series' next installment, Final Fantasy VIII, gets it's turn in the spotlight too, with dreamy remixes of "Breezy" and "Balamb Garden". The album takes a dark turn with final boss theme "The Extreme", which is known for it's appearance in Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers.Magical and nostalgic vibes continue with Final Fantasy IX's "Crossing Those Hills", "Village of Dali", and "Song of Memories". Standouts from Final Fantasy X also appear; fan-favorite 'To Zanarkand', best known for appearing in Final Fantasy's world touring orchestral show Distant Worlds. Acoustic track 'Sight of Spira' (also known as Spira Unplugged) take the form of a acoustic guitar duet, and meme-worthy 'Tidus's Theme' features brass and orchestral instrumentation from Pontus Holtgren.Rifti Beats is a beat-maker with a passion for videogame and anime music. Chocobo & Chill is Rifti Beats' first solo album with GameChops. It's the seventh installment in the label's '& Chill' series.
Chocobo & Chill is an instrumental hip-hop tribute to the world of Final Fantasy.Chocobo & Chill features fifteen of Nobuo Uematsu's beloved Final Fantasy tracks flipped and remixed by beat-maker Rifti Beats. Chocobo & Chill hits with nostalgic flair, taking inspiration from the Super Nintendo's Final Fantasy VI and the Playstation era Final Fantasy VII - X.The album begins with "The Prelude" and "Chocobo" - two iconic tunes found throughout the Final Fantasy series, making their first appearances on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Homages to "Final Fantasy VII" follow, with a gentle rendition of it's main theme featuring pianist PianoDreams. This track previously appeared as the instrumental for "Lifestream" from Mega Ran's Black Materia: The Remake. Fans of Final Fantasy 7 will also appreciate the sweet and melancholy "Aerith's Theme", and the iconic "Victory Fanfare".The series' next installment, Final Fantasy VIII, gets it's turn in the spotlight too, with dreamy remixes of "Breezy" and "Balamb Garden". The album takes a dark turn with final boss theme "The Extreme", which is known for it's appearance in Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers.Magical and nostalgic vibes continue with Final Fantasy IX's "Crossing Those Hills", "Village of Dali", and "Song of Memories". Standouts from Final Fantasy X also appear; fan-favorite 'To Zanarkand', best known for appearing in Final Fantasy's world touring orchestral show Distant Worlds. Acoustic track 'Sight of Spira' (also known as Spira Unplugged) take the form of a acoustic guitar duet, and meme-worthy 'Tidus's Theme' features brass and orchestral instrumentation from Pontus Holtgren.Rifti Beats is a beat-maker with a passion for videogame and anime music. Chocobo & Chill is Rifti Beats' first solo album with GameChops. It's the seventh installment in the label's '& Chill' series.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: GAMECHOPS
Rel. Date: 08/26/2022
UPC: 196512476577

Chocobo & Chill [Colored Vinyl] (Ylw)
Artist: Rifti Beats
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $30.98
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DISC: 1

1. The Prelude
2. Chocobo
3. Final Fantasy VII (Feat. Pianodreams)
4. Aerith's Theme
5. Breezy
6. Victory Fanfare
7. Sight of Spira
8. Crossing Those Hills
9. To Zanarkand
10. Tidus' Theme (Feat. Pontus Hultgren)
11. The Extreme
12. Terra's Theme
13. Balamb Garden
14. Village of Dali
15. Song of Memories

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Chocobo & Chill is an instrumental hip-hop tribute to the world of Final Fantasy.Chocobo & Chill features fifteen of Nobuo Uematsu's beloved Final Fantasy tracks flipped and remixed by beat-maker Rifti Beats. Chocobo & Chill hits with nostalgic flair, taking inspiration from the Super Nintendo's Final Fantasy VI and the Playstation era Final Fantasy VII - X.The album begins with "The Prelude" and "Chocobo" - two iconic tunes found throughout the Final Fantasy series, making their first appearances on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Homages to "Final Fantasy VII" follow, with a gentle rendition of it's main theme featuring pianist PianoDreams. This track previously appeared as the instrumental for "Lifestream" from Mega Ran's Black Materia: The Remake. Fans of Final Fantasy 7 will also appreciate the sweet and melancholy "Aerith's Theme", and the iconic "Victory Fanfare".The series' next installment, Final Fantasy VIII, gets it's turn in the spotlight too, with dreamy remixes of "Breezy" and "Balamb Garden". The album takes a dark turn with final boss theme "The Extreme", which is known for it's appearance in Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers.Magical and nostalgic vibes continue with Final Fantasy IX's "Crossing Those Hills", "Village of Dali", and "Song of Memories". Standouts from Final Fantasy X also appear; fan-favorite 'To Zanarkand', best known for appearing in Final Fantasy's world touring orchestral show Distant Worlds. Acoustic track 'Sight of Spira' (also known as Spira Unplugged) take the form of a acoustic guitar duet, and meme-worthy 'Tidus's Theme' features brass and orchestral instrumentation from Pontus Holtgren.Rifti Beats is a beat-maker with a passion for videogame and anime music. Chocobo & Chill is Rifti Beats' first solo album with GameChops. It's the seventh installment in the label's '& Chill' series.
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