SHADOWBRINGERS: FINAL FANTASY XIV Original Soundtrack by Masayoshi Soken

SHADOWBRINGERS: FINAL FANTASY XIV Original Soundtrack

Masayoshi Soken

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 2019-09-11
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 88

  • ℗ 2019 SQUARE ENIX MUSIC

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
A Land Long Dead Masayoshi Soken 4:24 Download
2
Bedlam's Brink Masayoshi Soken 1:56 Download
3
Battle Masayoshi Soken 3:32 Download
4
eScape Masayoshi Soken 4:50 Download
5
Everywhere and Nowhere Masayoshi Soken 1:21 Download
6
Heartless Masayoshi Soken 6:34 Download
7
From the Heavens Masayoshi Soken 10:35 Download
8
A Dream in Flight Masayoshi Soken 4:06 Download
9
Ending Masayoshi Soken 1:46 Download
10
From Mud Masayoshi Soken 7:21 Download
11
Sunset Masayoshi Soken 2:21 Download
12
Sunrise Masayoshi Soken 4:49 Download
13
Starlight, Starbright Masayoshi Soken 1:05 Download
14
Starlight, Not Right Masayoshi Soken 1:06 Download
15
Doman Distractions Masayoshi Soken 3:39 Download
16
Gates of Paradise - The Garden Masayoshi Soken 7:36 Download
17
Onslaught Masayoshi Soken 2:57 Download
18
Turmoil Masayoshi Soken 3:00 Download
19
Under The Stars Masayoshi Soken 2:09 Download
20
Pressure (No. 1) Masayoshi Soken 2:23 Download
21
Antipyretic Masayoshi Soken 2:25 Download
22
B. E. Masayoshi Soken 2:35 Download
23
A Man Consumed Masayoshi Soken 3:06 Download
24
St. Ajora's Theme Masayoshi Soken 2:16 Download
25
Descent Masayoshi Soken 1:53 Download
26
Ultima's Perfection Masayoshi Soken 4:36 Download
27
Final Struggle Masayoshi Soken 0:23 Download
28
Hall of Worship Masayoshi Soken 1:06 Download
29
Brave Story Masayoshi Soken 1:09 Download
30
Alma's Theme Masayoshi Soken 1:58 Download
31
Poachers' Den Masayoshi Soken 1:44 Download
32
Epilogue Masayoshi Soken 1:43 Download
33
Credits Masayoshi Soken 7:07 Download
34
Intrigue Masayoshi Soken 1:52 Download
35
From the Dragon's Wake Masayoshi Soken 9:26 Download
36
A Pall Most Murderous Masayoshi Soken 5:05 Download
37
Shadowbringers Masayoshi Soken 6:24 Download
38
Four-fold Knowing Masayoshi Soken 3:02 Download
39
The Dark Which Illuminates the Masayoshi Soken 5:33 Download
40
Unmatching Pieces Masayoshi Soken 7:36 Download
41
Rencounter Masayoshi Soken 3:17 Download
42
Such as it Is Masayoshi Soken 0:51 Download
43
Pain in Pleasure Masayoshi Soken 4:10 Download
44
Sands of Amber Masayoshi Soken 3:11 Download
45
No Greater Sorrow Masayoshi Soken 4:55 Download
46
Paradisaical Predicaments Masayoshi Soken 4:34 Download
47
The Source Masayoshi Soken 2:27 Download
48
To Fire and Sword Masayoshi Soken 4:43 Download
49
Insatiable Masayoshi Soken 5:05 Download
50
Unchanging, Everchanging Masayoshi Soken 4:27 Download

Reviews

  • Soken does it again

    5
    By cirby1
    It's hard to believe just how much amazing music there is in this OST. Soken is known for his brilliant work, but this one just knocks it out of the park. Easily worth the price.
  • Some of the best music ever

    5
    By Psycho Fish
    Soken does it again with an amazing FFXIV soundtrack! Shadowbringers has some of the best music and the end of SB is amazing as well. I would recommend buying the entire album but if I were to recommend any I'd pick: - Starlight, Not Right (for the hilarity) - Civilizations - Tomorrow and Tomorrow - Sands of Amber - Mortal Instants - Insanity There are so many good tracks that I can only say "buy the whole thing!"
  • Soken is a Legend

    5
    By krpirrone
    Masayoshi Soken has made some of the best music in the final fantasy series and this is clearly his best. Shadowbringers’ music is what truly connects the story to its audience, the player. Next to Nobuo Uematsu, Soken has become one of the legends that I’m happy to experience in my life playing this game. Truly immersive and brings me to emotions when I hear the scoring. Absolutely fantastic and such a range of style. Keep it up and know we the fans are always enjoying his craft.
  • Best video game soundtrack ever

    5
    By aperfektflaw
    An absolute masterpiece. Soken is willing to truly experiment with a variety of instruments and styles. It all pays off so well.
  • Probably my favorite OST so far of FFXIV

    5
    By DreamAngel-Ren
    Soken continues to slay in music for the mmo, FFXIV. This soundtrack is ABSOLUTELY ASTOUNDING!! What I love about Soken's work is that he makes sure to keep the music consistent to give a tone for an expansion. ShadowBringers is quite hardcore so of course we gotta hear some of that rock n' roll and that epic orchestra. I personally adore a lot of the night themes of the ShB areas because they sound soo relaxing! Totally worth the purchase and now I shall listen to these tracks on repeat!
  • LA HEE

    5
    By Zeluha55
    (Cuz I have Ebola) Sokken drops it again - every soundtrack is an experience and this one is even better than the rest. Emotional, it transports you directly into the atmosphere that each song is used for in-game. Just listen. Hear. Feel.
  • Amazing!

    5
    By Muje'a
    Masayoshi Soken is a genius. Period.
  • I stopped listening to radio and blare Shadowbringers in my car

    5
    By EdgarTesla
    Even if you don’t play this game,The soundtrack is amazing.The first half of the album is from the Previous expansion Stormblood,but when you get past A Pall Most Murderous is when Shadowbringers music starts and it’s some of the best music you’ll ever hear in a video game period especially Insanity and Invincible.You can listen to the whole soundtrack on YouTube for free and if you like it buy it.
  • BECOME WHAT YOU MUST

    5
    By SL-9984-8005
    Stunning work from Soken and team once again! The music from Shadowbringers is absolutely wonderful and affecting stuff.
  • A Masterpiece

    5
    By MementoMoe
    I originally dreaded the wait for the Shadowbringers album due to the previous release cycle, but when I found out there was not going to be a "A Requiem for Heroes" and instead it'd be added to Shadowbringers, I was overjoyed, since this is some of my favorite music that has been made for this game. Honestly, I find most of the songs in the back half amazing even without context. Soken shines as he does his own styles of Rock, Jazz, and Punk. Truly enjoyable no matter what.

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