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Due to overwhelming demand, Sumthing Else Music
Works and Eidos-Montréal are excited to announce that a second vinyl pressing of the critically acclaimed Deus Ex: Human Revolution soundtrack will be available for sale August 17.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution's music was created by award-winning composer Michael McCann. The soundtrack album combines many of the almost 200 tracks created for the game into a 70-minute journey through the heavily atmospheric, and oppressive world of Deus Ex.
Set during a time of great innovation in augmentations, but also a time of chaos, conspiracy and a new social divide, McCann's transhuman-inspired score reflects the dark and beautifully visualized world of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, fusing various musical styles and thematic elements including cybernoir, futuristic renaissance and electro-symphonic ambience.
This second edition double vinyl release is presented in a specially designed gold foil inlay album cover and gold colored vinyl, and features two bonus tracks: "Deus Ex: The Fall (Menu Theme)" and "Sarif vs. Unatco." Also available on CD and through iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google Play and other online retailers worldwide, Deus Ex: Human Revolution's second vinyl pressing is expected to sell out quickly so pre-order here.
2. Opening Credits
3. Main Menu
4. First & Last
City Ambient (Part 1)
7. The Mole
8. Barret Boss Fight
of the Orient
11. Lower Hengsha Ambient (Part 1)
12. Singapore Ambient (Part 2)
13. After The Crash
14. The Hive
16. Hung Hua Brothel (Extended)
17. Everybody Lies
18. LIMB Clinic
20. Hengsha Daylight (Part 1)
21. Entering TYM
22. Return To Hengsha
23. And Away We Go
24. Namir (Trailer Edit)
26. Deus Ex - The Fall (Menu Theme)*
27. Sarif vs. Unatco*
"The score helped create an authentic sci-fi experience that's rarely seen across any media." - Forbes
"Classy and contemplative from start to finish." - Destructoid
"Michael McCann has done for Human Revolution what Vangelis
did for Blade Runner." - The Sixth Axis
"An understated triumph." - Kotaku
For more information about Deus Ex: Human Revolution visit www.deusex.com