The music in Final Fantasy XII was composed mainly by Hitoshi Sakimoto. Old series writer, Nobuo Uematsu's only work for this game was "Kiss Me Good-Bye". The music in Final Fantasy XII received mixed reviews; while several felt that it was an excellent others thought it lacked in substance. Common complaints about the album were the large number of filler tracks, which seemed to be uninspired and hurt the soundtrack as a whole. However, several reviewers commented on "Kiss Me Good-bye", finding it to be one of the soundtrack's strongest areas. The game's soundtrack was nominated for a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Best Original Score.

  • Final Fantasy XII Original Soundtrack - The official soundtrack of Final Fantasy XII, containing musical tracks from the entire game, and was composed and produced by Hitoshi Sakimoto. The soundtrack spans four discs and 100 tracks and was released on May 31, 2006 in Japan by Aniplex

  • Kiss Me Good-Bye - The theme song of Final Fantasy XII, and is the third Japanese single by Angela Aki. The only vocal piece in the game, it was set to tunes composed by Nobuo Uematsu. The single was released by Epic Records in Japan on March 15, 2006.