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Now You Can Listen To The Greatest Video Game Music 2

by on November 6, 2012
 

Now You Can Listen To The Greatest Video Game Music 2A new orchestral album provides beautifully arranged and performed renditions of videogame soundtracks old and new.

Personally, I’m a huge fan of videogame music; especially when talented musicians bring new life to the chiptunes of yesteryear. In previous years I’ve attended Video Games Live, Final Fantasy: Distant Worlds and The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess – Musical concerts that have been some of the best musical events I’ve ever attended.

If you also have a passion for orchestral arrangements, then the release of The Greatest Video Game Music 2 could be right up your street. The original album was a fantastic collection of videogame music, and this new volume sounds even better – Just look at the track listing:

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations – Main Theme
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Far Horizons
The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker – Dragon Roost Island
Final Fantasy VII – One-Winged Angel
Mass Effect 3 – A Future for the Krogan/An End Once And For All
Halo – Never Forget/Peril
Sonic the Hedgehog – A Symphonic Suite
Chrono Trigger – Main Theme
Luigi’s Mansion – Main Theme
Kingdom Hearts – Fate of the Unknown
Super Metroid – A Symphonic Poem
Diablo III – Overture
Batman: Arkham City – Main Theme
Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Icarus Main Theme
Fez – Adventure
Portal – Still Alive
Little Big Planet – Orb Of Dreamers (The Cosmic Imagisphere)

Arranged by Andrew Skeet and performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, this album has already taken the #1 spot in the iTunes UK Classical chart.

The album can be purchased now via Amazon or iTunes, and if you still aren’t convinced you can download a free track (Halo – Never Forger/Peril) from the release’s official website. A sample of the Assassin’s Creed:  Revelations Main Theme can be listened to below:

The Greatest Video Game Music 2 is available now on iTunes and Amazon.

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