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BioShock Infinite Soundtrack detailed

Details of the BioShock Infinite Soundtrack have the Irrational Games website.

One of the perks each fan will receive with their Ultimate Songbird Edition or Premium Edition is the official BioShock Infinite Soundtrack. Gary Schyman, the original composer for previous BioShock titles, has returned to the composer's chair once again for BioShock Infinite. In addition, the soundtrack will introduce a unique song performed by voice actors Troy Baker (Booker DeWitt) and Courtnee Draper (Elizabeth).

There is a clip available of this song, and you can download the HD original video from here.

For the full track list, see below:

Introduction (K. Levine)
Performed by Oliver Vaquer, Jennifer Hale, Troy Baker
Welcome to Columbia (G. Schyman, J. Bonney)
Will The Circle Be Unbroken - choral version (A. Habershon, C. Gabriel)
Arranged by Marc Lacuesta
Maureen Murphy - vocal soloist
Lighter Than Air (G.Schyman)
Lutece (G. Schyman)
The Battle For Columbia I (G. Schyman, J. Bonney)
The Girl In The Tower (G.Schyman)
Elizabeth (G.Schyman)
The Songbird (G. Schyman)
Rory O More/Saddle The Pony (S. Lover/anon.)
Rodney Miller - fiddle
Elvie Miller - piano, accordion
David Porter - guitar
The Battle For Columbia II (G. Schyman)
The Readiness Is All (K. Levine, J. Bonney)
Lions Walk With Lions (G. Schyman)
Will The Circle Be Unbroken (A. Habershon, C. Gabriel)
Courtnee Draper - vocal
Troy Baker - guitar
Unintended Consequences (G. Schyman)
The Battle For Columbia III (G. Schyman)
Family Reunion (G. Schyman)
Solace (S. Joplin)
Duncan Watt - piano
The Battle For Columbia IV (G. Schyman)
The Battle For Columbia V (G. Schyman)
Let Go (G. Schyman)
Doors (G. Schyman)
The Girl For The Debt (G. Schyman)
Back In The Boat (G. Schyman)
AD (G. Schyman)
Smothered (G. Schyman)
Baptism (G. Schyman, J. Bonney)
Will The Circle Be Unbroken - full version (A. Habershon, C. Gabriel)
Courtnee Draper - vocal
Troy Baker - guitar

Edited On 07 Mar, 2013

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0000000000's avatar
0000000000 4 years ago
wasnt expecting such a long list to be fair, soundtracks rarely bother me as im looking forward to the game in general to much anyway. massive fan of this series and this has been to long of a wait!
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HappyNoodleBoy 4 years ago
Beast by Nico Vega is the music that plays in the trailers. Shame you don't get it on the soundtrack a bonus tune or something
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troublemaker 4 years ago
I'm pretty selective about game soundtracks. I don't have many. BUt the few I have are amazing (Deus Ex:HR, Killzone 2 and 3) but if this OST is half as good as the one from Bioshock, it might be worth picking up. Colour me intrigued
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DynamiteWhyte 4 years ago
MGR:R was a great soundtrack for me. No soundtrack'll ever beat FIFA 09 though...
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MGR:R is one of the better ones we've had over the past few years. It works so well with the series and just doesn't feel like background noise.
Robichoico 4 years ago
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Robichoico 4 years ago
Um....yay? Can't really get excited over the soundtrack when I aint heard it. I'm assuming it'll be a disc release? I wish more Video Game Soundtracks OSTs would get released. I own Nier's, Xenoblade's The OOT one free with the game, the one that came with Skyward Sword, the Mario one with the 25th Anniversary set and a Mother one. Some of those are amazing. Instead we get soundtracks from games you barely notice have a soundtrack. What OST does COD have? Just the sound of bullets and people dying? If Nintendo had a bit more sense they could probably release the Smash Bros Brawl one officially and it probably would sell well enough. Or even the seperate Mario/Zelda OSTs. Hell I'd happily buy a CD for the tunes from Pokemon, Fire Emblem and some of the other catchy ones.

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