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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Music Disc Locations Guide

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Music Disc Locations Guide
FF7R has an incredible soundtrack and you can listen to much of it on a Jukebox. This Final Fantasy 7 Remake Music Disc Locations Guide tells you where to find each of the different music discs that we discovered on our journey through Midgar.

They are very easy to spot when you are close. You will clearly hear a chance in music and a small icon will appear in the upper left corner of the screen, a small CD like icon. If you see ???? next to the icon, it means someone is playing a CD you don’t own. Either interact with a nearby Jukebox or speak with a nearby NPC to purchase the CD. You can then play the CD at any Jukebox in the game. The CD’s listed below are listed in order of when they are found in the game.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Music Disc Locations Guide

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3. Tifas Theme
Unlocked by using the Jukebox in Seventh Heaven

1. Prelude
Purchase from Sector 8 Item Shop

27. Hip Hop de Chocobo
Speak with the man near the stereo a small walk North East of the bar, after you meet Johnny in the story.

4. Barret’s Theme
Buy from the Item Shop at the Sector 7 Undercity Station, just before the 2nd Mako Reactor mission.

28. Stamp
Purchase from the vending machine in Chapter 5. Near the end of the Chapter, after you fight the two turrets alongside two flamethrower enemies.

18. Electric De Chocobo
Purchase from a vending machine in Chapter 6. After you disable all of the lamps, take the moving platform across to the ladder area from the H-01 platform.

2. Bombing Mission
Purchase from the vending machine at the end of Mako Reactor 5

21. Cait Sith’s Theme
Purchase from the vending machine at Sector 5 Slums

19. Costa Del Sol
Speak with the Materia Vendor in Sector 5 Slums

25. Tango Of Tears
On the Jukebox in Sector 5 Slums

20. Gold Saucer
Purchase from the Moogle Medal store

22. Cosmo Canyon
Purchase from the vending machine in Chapter 9, at the end of the tunnels

8. Under The Rotting Pizza
Wall Market Jukebox

29. Midgar Blues
Speak with the singer in the bar at Wall Market

17. Farm Boy
Speak with the cowgirls standing outside a bar in north western part of Wall Market

10. Honeybee Inn
Purchase from the Item Shop in Wall Market

11. Don Of The Slums
Purchase in Don Corneo’s Mansion

9. The Oppressed
Purchased in the sewers vending machine on Chapter 10

16. Let the Battles Begin! -REMAKE-
You will get it by getting all Greats on the Dance Practice. (Won’t get it if you get any goods or bads it has to be all greats). Huge thanks to DarkZoeyWolf for the submission.

6. Let The Battles Begin
Purchased from the vending machine in the train graveyard

15. On Our Way
Purchased from the Item Store vendor. Sector 5 Slums, Chapter 13

14. The Main Theme of FFVII
Purchased from the Vending Machine in the Shinra Testing Facility, Chapter 13.

7. Turk’s Theme
Chapter 14, found by the water here

16. Good Night Until Tomorrow
Chapter 14, before you speak with Don. Speak with the man inside the Inn in Wall Market

12. Fight On
Chapter 14, purchase from the Souvenir Shop at the Coliseum

13. The Chase
Purchased from the vending machine in Don’s underground hideout. Part of the story, hard to miss

24. Wutai
Near the Over The Wall objective towards the end of Chapter 14. When you have the objective, follow the path North

23. Descendant of Shinobi
Sector 5, Undercity Station. Speak to the man near the music player

30. Stand Up
Chapter 14, the alleyway near Honeybee Inn

5. Lurking In The Darkness
Vending machine in Chapter 15. Can’t miss it.

31. Scarlet’s Theme
Jukebox in Shrina HQ. 63rd floor

There is still one music disc in Chapter 9 we are missing. When you complete the game, the Chapter Select option that opens will tell you the chapter if you are missing any.

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