Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition showcases its rearranged soundtrack

Square Enix has released a 'Music Tracks Trailer' for Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition. This trailer showcases 7 rearranged tracks found in the upcoming remastered edition of Chrono Cross, as well as one new vocal piece titled "Dreams of the Past, Memories of my Soul".

For those wanting to play with the original soundtrack, Square Enix has previously confirmed in the announcement blog post that you can choose to select between the original and refined soundtracks in The Radical Dreamers Edition.

Update (April 5): There has been some confusion about the music in Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition. Square Enix's messaging here has been vague, and even the company's correction in the struck-out blog post above doesn't fully clarify the situation. We have our early review code, and here's the deal:

The remastered game itself - Chrono Cross - uses a *refined* soundtrack. These tracks are not arrangements, but instead, these are simply cleaned-up versions of the original music with small adjustments to noise compression, equalization, etc. This is the only soundtrack found when actually playing the game, and you cannot toggle it.

The 7 rearranged tracks and 1 new track (shown in the YouTube video below) are not found during gameplay. Instead, they only play in the main menu of Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition - this is the menu where you choose to play Chrono Cross or the text-based Radical Dreamers. These tracks are also found on the new vinyl that can be purchased from Square Enix's store. But otherwise, you won't find these tracks during gameplay.

The soundtrack teaser with the actual new tracks can be listened to below.

All the other details about this re-release, including new features, toggles, and more, can be found here.