Yasunori Mitsuda’s music gets reinterpreted in a 60-track album.

Music label Materia Collective has just released a colossal album that pays tribute to the music of Japanese composer Yasunori Mitsuda and the 1995 role-playing game Chrono Trigger.

Epoch: A Tribute to Chrono Trigger comprises 60 tracks by a huge lineup of arrangers and producers including video game four-piece Videri String QuartetRoom 42 and YOMOTSU composer Chris Porter, brass quintet The Game Brass, multi-instrumentalist String Player Gamer, Zenith composer Jordan Chin, and others.

Genres range from chamber music to rock, piano jazz to acoustic guitar pieces, and many more styles.

Epoch: A Tribute to Chrono Trigger is available now from digital outlets such as Bandcamp, Google Play, and iTunes, as well as streaming services including Apple Music, Deezer, Spotify, and TIDAL.

“When crafting our vision for EPOCH, we thought a lot about how the characters in the game combine their skills to create unique and powerful tech combos,” explained album producers Jeff Brenneman and Daniel Romberger via a press release.

“We wanted to honor this spirit of teamwork by encouraging musicians of different skill sets and backgrounds to band together in a similar fashion in order to make each performance one-of-a-kind. Everyone put a tremendous amount of work and love into this album, and we are proud to present our take on this timeless soundtrack.”

For additional information including the full tracklisting and credits, visit the album page here.