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Radical Dreamers Original Sound Version

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The music of Radical Dreamers: Nusumenai Hōseki was written by composer Yasunori Mitsuda, the artist who scored Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross. The soundtrack includes several ambient pieces, including the sound of water running in a fountain and wind accompanied by strings. Players can listen to the game's songs by accessing a hidden menu in the Gil: Caught Between Love and Adventure scenario. Several themes and musical patterns were later adapted for Chrono Cross on the suggestion of director Masato Kato; many appear unchanged except for new instrumentation. Appearing in Chrono Cross are "Gale", "Frozen Flame", "Snakebone Mansion" (as "Viper Mansion"), "Far Promise ~ Dream Shore" (as part of "On the Beach of Dreams ~ Another World" and "The Dream that Time Dreams"), "The Girl who Stole the Stars", and "Epilogue ~ Dream Shore" (as part of "Jellyfish Sea"). Mitsuda also titled the game's ending song "Radical Dreamers - Le Trésor Interdit-". Interestingly, unlike Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross, a soundtrack containing Radical Dreamers' music was never released.

Track listing[edit]

# Track name Length
1 "Opening Theme ~ Distant Summer Day" 2:37
2 "Gale" 1:52
3 "Under The Moonlight" 3:53
4 "Entering The Mansion" 0:33
5 "Sneaking and Searching" 6:16
6 "Snakebone Mansion" 2:48
7 "Star-Stealing Girl" 3:20
8 "Music Box" 1:13
9 "Requiem" 2:46
10 "Frozen Flame" 3:12
11 "The Organ" 2:29
12 "Confrontation" 2:43
13 "Last Battle" 2:04
14 "Epilogue" 1:42

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