The complete album for London Philharmonic Orchestra's Best Video Game Music.
01 - Advent Rising - Muse - 00:00
02 - Legend of Zelda - Suite - 03:43
03 - Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 - Theme - 08:03
04 - Angry Birds - Main Theme - 11:39
05 - Final Fantasy VIII - Liberi Fatali - 14:56
06 - Super Mario Bros - Theme - 18:10 (Why in the world is this in swing time? It's still pretty good though)
07 - Uncharted - Drake's Fortune - Nate's Theme - 22:23
08 - Grand Theft Auto IV - Soviet Connection - 24:15
09 - World of Warcraft - Seasons of War - 27:23
10 - Metal Gear Solid - Sons of Liberty Theme - 30:36
11 - Tetris Theme (Korobeiniki) - 34:34
12 - Battlefield 2 - Theme - 38:04
13 - Elder Scrolls - Oblivion - 42:44
14 - Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare - Main Menu Theme - 44:38
15 - Mass Effect - Suicide Mission - 46:55
16 - Splinter Cell - Conviction - 51:48
17 - Final Fantasy - Main Theme - 54:36
18 - Bioshock - The Ocean on His Shoulders - 57:20
19 - Halo 3 - One Final Effort - 59:40
20 - Fallout 3 - Theme - 1:03:44
21 - Super Mario Galaxy - Gusty Garden Galaxy - 1:06:07
22 - Dead Space - Welcome Aboard The U.S.G. Ishi (Bonus Track) - 1:09:56
All the music does not belong to me. The orchestra did the work for it. I recommend buying the album. They did a beautiful job. I did the whole album mix using Sony Vegas 9. This is my first work done on Sony Vegas, so I'm sorry for the horrible text placement.
"Rather than reading each piece before you listen to it, listen first. Everything that comes from the London Philharmonic Orchestra sounds beautiful, despite what game it is from. Rather than bitching and complaining, enjoy the music. It's really that simple."
- Vulcan Spectre
I highly respect this comment.
He has a great point. People came here to listen to the music, not judge about the cover or why there's a horrible video game's OST in it. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the beautiful performance(s). And stop complaining about the FPS (mostly COD)'s soundtrack. It's the music, not the game. The music is awesome.
Also, I know there's some game OSTs that aren't here, which I think deserve to be. The London Philharmonic Orchestra chose the video games that are popular.
But where the fuck is Dark Souls.