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Radical Dreamers Original Sound Version

The music of Radical Dreamers 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 Manor"), "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 listingEdit

# 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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