Lauren the Flute - Hope Blooms in Darkness

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For many people, Aerith is the most beloved part of their favorite game. Beautiful, mysterious, kind, and a little playful, she is definitely one of FFVII's most memorable characters. Yet FFVII isn't the only part of her story--she also plays an important role in Crisis Core. I've always been partial to the sort of late 1990s/early 2000s alternative rock that colors Crisis Core's guitar-heavy soundtrack. With this track, I wanted to capture some of the power of Crisis Core's The Price of Freedom, referencing Aerith's relationship to Zack. There's even a bass riff at the beginning blatantly borrowed from that song. The lyrics themselves are a call-and-answer between Aerith and Zack (in the first verse) and Aerith and Cloud (in the second verse). I've never arranged a piece that is such a departure from the original. And I've never mixed a rock song before, though I lead a rock band. This was a great adventure for me and I was fortunate enough to be joined by some very, very talented collaborators. Except for Juja, I'd never worked with any of them before--but they blew me away with their contributions!

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from MATERIA: Final Fantasy VII Remixed, released October 9, 2015
UPC 00841234176235
MCOL-0001
Ⓟ 2015 Materia Collective

Lauren the Flute: Producer, Arranger, Mixing Engineer, Lyrics, Vocals (Female), Flute
Doug Perry: Vocals (Male)
Jason Savory: Acoustic Guitar
Juja: Bass
Michael Schiciano: Mastering Engineer
Stephen Froeber: Drums, Electric guitars


Compositions:
• "Aerith's Theme"
Nobuo Uematsu (Composer)

For complete credits and information about this release, please visit Materia Collective: www.materiacollective.com/music/materia_final_fantasy_vii_remixed

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