Hi everyone! My name is Mario Lavin, and I’m the sound director at Guerrilla. I’m here today with some exciting news for all you game soundtrack aficionados out there. You asked, we listened – and now it’s your turn to listen, because the official Killzone 2 soundtrack by Joris de Man has been released on iTunes!
Performed by the Nimrod Session Orchestra and recorded at the world-famous Abbey Road Studios in London, England, these thunderous tracks are guaranteed to give even the toughest Helghast trooper goose bumps. The full album includes a throbbing remix of Fight the A.T.A.C. by yours truly (created under my pseudonym, Singularity23) and a digital booklet containing concept art by the Guerrilla visual design department.
The track listing is as follows:
- Opening – Birth of War (Retribution) 3:40
- The Second Helghan March (Helghan Forever) 2:21
- Battle Preparations 1:33
- Bridge Is Down 1:47
- Ambush 2:23
- Protecting the Convoy 3:14
- Flight Into Blood Meridian 0:45
- Fight Your Way Through 3:21
- Heavy Resistance 1:32
- An Unexpected Guest 0:58
- The Police Station 2:23
- Resistance On The Bridge 0:53
- Taking the Bridge 3:03
- Petrusite Revealed 0:56
- The Academy 3:21
- Fight the A.T.A.C. 1:59
- A Day of Mourning 2:36
- Suljeva 3:12
- Next Stop Tharsis Refinery 2:26
- Question Time With Radec 1:18
- Dante Garza RIP 1:58
- Going Up 2:07
- Templar’s Last Stand 3:45
- The Exoskeleton 3:38
- Nuked 1:53
- Radec’s Personal Guards 3:10
- Visari’s Lament 4:41
- End Credits Suite 8:07
- Fight the A.T.A.C. (Remix by Singularity23) 1:12
Total playing time is 74 minutes.
To find out more about the creative genius behind the Killzone 2 soundtrack, check out Killzone.com’s interview with Joris de Man here . Aside from discussing his inspirations for the score and the challenges he encountered during production, Joris also gives careful listeners a little pop quiz about a recurring theme on the soundtrack. If you’d like to purchase the album, or to listen to samples of the individual tracks, please visit the iTunes store by clicking here . Be warned, though: listening to this soundtrack can make your dull morning commute feel like an extremely dangerous military operation.
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