Nobuo Uematsu once again composed all of the music for this installment to the series. Final Fantasy VII was the first game in the series to include a track with digitized vocals, such as the track, "One-Winged Angel". The Final Fantasy VII series spun off several audio and music soundtracks in both Japan and North America, some having large commercial success.
- Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack - a compilation of all the music in the game released by DigiCube on Feb 2, 1997
- Final Fantasy VII Reunion Tracks - a single-disc album that has a selection of tracks from Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack. It was released again by DigiCube on October 22, 1997.
- Piano Collections Final Fantasy VII - an album featuring piano arrangements of selected Final Fantasy VII pieces composed by Nobuo Uematsu and performed by Seiji Honda. The album was released through DigiCube on December 3, 2003
- Final Fantasy VII Advent Children Original Soundtrack - is the 2005 CGI film sequel to the original game. Its soundtrack album, Final Fantasy VII Advent Children Original Soundtrack, was released on September 28, 2005
- Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack
- Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack
- Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII & Last Order: Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack
|Aerith's character theme.
|An anxious heart is loud.
|Barret's character theme.
|The amazing battle theme.
|The birth of a god.
|Cait Sith's character theme.
|The timeless chocobo theme song.
|Cid's character theme.
|Tropical Costa Del Sol town.
|The very final battle.
|The flow of life.
|Beat to the music from the Gold Saucer.
|Flying high in the sky.
|The end, judgement day.
|The FF7 prelude.
|Red XIII's character theme.
|The evil shinra co.
|Tifa's character theme.
|The gang of the Turks.
|The Weapons in the game.
|The world map theme.