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Kingdom Hearts ranks 30th in the 2015 Classic FM Hall of Fame

The Kingdom Hearts series has ranked an impressive 30th in the 2015 Classic FM Hall of Fame, a jump of 147 places from last year. The Classic FM Hall of Fame is an annual compilation of the 300 most popular classical works as polled by listeners of Classic FM. Classic FM is one of the United Kingdom's three Independent National Radio stations.

Congratulations to Yoko Shimomura, the composer of the Kingdom Hearts series and Square Enix who also had the Final Fantasy series rank at 9th.

Wow... that is unbelievable. Good for Yoko Shimomura and the KH music.

I wouldn't call KH music classic per se, but its quality and intricateness is absolutely on par with the famous classics.

The Kingdom Hearts series has ranked an impressive 30th in the 2015 Classic FM Hall of Fame, a jump of 147 places from last year. The Classic FM Hall of Fame is an annual compilation of the 300 most popular classical works as polled by listeners of Classic FM. Classic FM is one of the United Kingdom's three Independent National Radio stations.

Congratulations to Yoko Shimomura, the composer of the Kingdom Hearts series and Square Enix who also had the Final Fantasy series rank at 9th.

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30 is my favorite and lucky number!!!

While it's great that it's at 30, I would've laughed if it landed on the 13th spot.

congrats !!!

Congrats to Yoko and Square!

One of the people in the comments there keeps calling them "video tracks" but not video GAME tracks