SPIRIT: A Game Music Charity Album Benefiting Hurricane Harvey Victims

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Music label Materia Collective along with charitable organization Multiplayer Charity have released SPIRIT. This is a Charity Album that aims to raise money for the Hurricane Harvey relief fund as well as draw some eyes to others in need. People in Florida and Puerto Rico have been hit hard this year by a crazy hurricane season, so they need all the help they can get.

Here is more information about the tracks on the album from the press release:

Featuring remixes from UNDERTALE, Final Fantasy VII, Journey, and Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire from arrangers and performers such as Braxton Burks (Pokémon Reorchestrated), Laura Intravia (Video Games Live), StringPlayerGamer (Strings of Determination), Loudr co-founder Jesse Budington, Sean Schafianski (Video Game Music Reorchestrated), and others.

You can find the album for purchase at these links

SPIRIT on Bandcamp
SPIRIT on iTunes
SPIRIT on Spotify
The full tracklist:
01. Hopes and Dreams (UNDERTALE) by David Erick Ramos and Ro Panuganti
02. Main Theme (Final Fantasy VII) by Ruby Toung
03. Apotheosis (Journey) by Stephen Robert Froeber
04. Ending Theme (Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire) by Braxton Burks

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