by David Radd on Friday, September 14, 2007
Today, OverClocked ReMix announced that it has released its ninth album, Final Fantasy VII: Voices of the Lifestream. This album includes 45 arrangements of composer Nobuo Uematsu's original score to Final Fantasy VII, marking the recent 10-year anniversary of the seminal PSOne RPG. Final Fantasy VII: Voices of the Lifestream can be downloaded for free at ff7.ocremix.org.
"We're really proud of Voices of the Lifestream and I'm personally very grateful for the tremendous spirit of collaboration and dedication shown by the participating artists," said album creator and director Andrew "zircon" Aversa. "Voices of the Lifestream really represents the heart of what OverClocked ReMix is all about: community and great music."
"OC ReMix has done it again! I'm always impressed with the amazing talent that comes from the OCR community," said Tommy Tallarico, video game composer and co-creator of Video Games Live. "This album is a further testament to that quality and passion. It's an honor for video game composers around the world to have their material be a part of the OCR community. This album rocks!"