Final Fantasy 7 Remake Music Disc Locations

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Music Disc Locations

Here's where to find all of the Music Discs in Final Fantasy 7 Remake.

While out exploring Midgar with Cloud, Tifa and the gang, you'll be able to find a selection of Music Discs in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. They can be pretty well hidden, and you'll want to collect them all given how fantastic the music is in this game. That's why we've put together this Music Disc Locations guide, pointing you to each one, and showing a location on the map.

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Music Discs List

There are 30 Music Discs to track down while playing Final Fantasy 7 Remake. They range from brand new tracks, to fan favorites from the original game. Here's a full list.

  1. The Prelude
  2. Bombing Mission
  3. Tifa's Theme
  4. Barret's Theme
  5. Lurking in the Darkness
  6. Let the Battles Begin
  7. Turk's Theme
  8. Under the Rotting Pizza
  9. The Oppressed
  10. Honey Bee Inn
  11. Don of the Slums
  12. Fight On
  13. The Chase
  14. Main Theme of FF7
  15. On Our Way
  16. Good Night, Until Tomorrow
  17. Farm Boy
  18. Electric de Chocobo
  19. Costa del Sol
  20. Gold Saucer
  21. Cait Sith's Theme
  22. Cosmo Canyon
  23. Descendant of Shinobi
  24. Wutai
  25. Tango of Tears
  26. Let the Battles Begin REMAKE
  27. Hip Hop de Chocobo
  28. Stamp
  29. The Midgar Blues
  30. Stand Up
  31. Scarlett's Theme

The Prelude

To find The Prelude, head to the Sector 7 Slums Area. You can see it's exact location on the map above.

Bombing Mission

The Bombing mission track can be found at the front gate to Mako Reactor 5. You can buy it from the nearby vending machine.

Tifa's Theme

Tofa's Theme is easy to track down, just head to Seventh Heaven. You'll need to interact with the jukebox inside.

Barret's Theme

There's a shop near the Sector 7 Undercity Station. You can buy Barret's Theme there.

Lurking in the Darkness

This track can be found late in the game, as you are making your way back to Sector 7. You will not be able to get it until this point.

Let the Battles Begin

Let the Battles Begin is located in The Train Graveyard. Up on the second floor, you'll come across a vending machine where it can be purchased.

Turk's Theme

The enigmatic Turk's Theme can be found in the Sector 6 Slums. Just head to the location shown on the map above to find it.

Under the Rotting Pizza

Under the Rotting Pizza can be found in the Jukebox in Wall Street. Just interact with it to get the track.

The Oppressed

The Oppressed can be found in the Sewer System area of the game. For more info on getting there, visit this guide.

Honey Bee Inn

Back to Sector 6 now. The Honeybee Inn Music Disc can be purchased at the shop shown on the map above.

Don of the Slums

This rather sleazy number is found in Don Corneo's Basement. You'll need to have started the Corneo quest to get there, though it's a main mission so you can't miss it.

Fight On

The shop outside Corneo's Mansion sells the Fight On Music Disc. Head there to purchase it for 50 Gil.

The Chase

You'll find The Chase in the Sewer Systems. Check out the image above for the precise location.

Main Theme of FF7

To get your hands on the Main Theme of FF7, you'll need to make your way to the Underground Test Site, level B1. You'll go there as part of the story, so just keep your eye out for vending machines.

On Our Way

On Our Way is found in Evergreen Park after the plate collapses. Just head to the vending machine shown in the image above.

Good Night, Until Tomorrow

Goodnight, Until Tomorrow can be found by talking to the man at the desk of the Wall Street hotel. You will need to head here after the plate collapses.

Farm Boy

Head to the location on the map above to pick up the Farm Boy track. It's a fun tune, and is free to get.

Electric de Chocobo

This track can be found in Mako Reactor 5. There's a vending machine in the area next to the giant fans. For more on the fan Materia, head here.

Costa del Sol

The Costa del Sol Music Disc can be found in Sector 5. Head to the Center District and head to the Materia Shop nearby.

Gold Saucer

A song can be picked up from the Moogle Merchant in Sector 5. To find them, look for the Children's Hideout on the map.

Cait Sith's Theme

The Cait Sith's Theme Music Disc can be picked up at the Sector 5 Undercity Station. There's a vending machine in the area.

Cosmo Canyon

To get this song, go to the Collapsed Expressway, the Large Cave-In area. This can be found in Sector 6, you'll just need to find the vending machine.

Descendant of Shinobi

The Descendant of Shinobi track can be found near the Sector 5 Undercity Station. Head to the location shown in the map above


To get the Wutai Music Disc, head to the Urban Advancement District just off of Wall Market. You can see a more precise location on the map above.

Tango of Tears

Over to the Sector 5 Slums now, specifically the jukebox inside the Community Center. Just interact with it to get the track.

Let the Battles Begin REMAKE

This music track can only be picked up in Chapter 9. You'll need to get a Good rating in the warm-up dance at the Honeybee Inn. Not too difficult.

Hip Hop de Chocobo

Hip Hop de Chocobo can be found by speaking to the man behind Seventh Heaven. Just follow the music.


You'll need to head to the Former Railyard to get the Stamp track. Check out the location shown above.

The Midgar Blues

The Midgar Blues can be found in the Wall Market area. Check out the map for more info.

Stand Up

Finally, we have the Stand Up Music Disc. This can be found in an alleyway off to the left of the Honey Bee Inn.

Scarlett's Theme

This Music Disc will naturally be picked up during the Shinra HQ mission. You can't miss it!

For more on Final Fantasy 7 Remake, be sure to check out our review. Elsewhere, there's Kat's primer which you should check out before starting.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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