Cor, Bethesda pick a good music man, don’t they? Morrowind’s title theme has long since passed into the Halls of Irrefutable Brilliance, of course, but the same applies to the sonics of every one of their recentmost first-person bad-botherers.
If you’ve played any RPGs in the past ten years or so, you’ll have been hard-pressed to avoid the work of these men: it’s Jeremy Soule’s sprawling otherness that’s woven through Icewind Dale, for instance, and Inon Zur’s controlled cacophony that clings to Baldur’s Gate 2 and Dragon Age: Origins.
We’ve not here for those games, though. We’re here to hear the Elder Scrolls, and Fallout, and Dishonored. You’ll have to pay a little extra for Skyrim.
The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind Original Game Soundtrack (Jeremy Soule) — $9.99
The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion Original Game Soundtrack (Jeremy Soule) — $9.99
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Original Game Soundtrack (Jeremy Soule) — $15.99
Fallout 3 Original Game Soundtrack (Inon Zur) — $11.99
Fallout: New Vegas Original Game Soundtrack (Inon Zur) — $11.99
Dishonored Original Game Soundtrack – (Daniel Licht) — $9.99
RAGE Original Game Soundtrack (Rod Abernethy) — $9.99
Wonderful stuff. More properly released ace soundtracks please, games industry! Like this one:
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