Late last year it was announced that the arranged Distant Worlds recording of music from Final Fantasy was being sold at the concerts, and earlier this year it was available online.
Now the second volume in the series is up to order on Amazon. It appears to be a similar release to the first one as it will be a black 2LP housed in a gatefold jacket with images from the recordings.
It features arrangements of tracks from Final Fantasy I and V-XI performed by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Arnie Roth.
It is priced at $35 and is available to order on Amazon here. It says it’s in stock so it appears it’s ready to ship as well.
It was originally released late last year and only sold in the merch booth at Distant Worlds concerts – until today!
Distant Worlds: Music From Final Fantasy is an album of arranged music from the Final Fantasy series performed by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. It contains tracks from Final Fantasy I-IV, VI-IX, and XI.
The music was originally recorded at the Stockholm Concert Hall in 2007.
The release is a 2LP on black vinyl and is housed in a gatefold jacket.
It is priced at $35 and can be ordered on Amazon here.
The Yetee have just begun taking orders for their release of R23X’s Katamari Fantasy, which features mashups of Katamari Damacy and Final Fantasy music. The release was first sold at this year’s MAGfest.
The release is a flexi disc that comes in a cover featuring artwork by Drew Wise. As something special this will be a timed release and will only be available between February 13 to 15 (ending at 11:23PM CST).
If you’re curious about the music – you can stream the whole thing on Soundbutt here.
It can be ordered via The Yetee here.