Deus Ex: Human Revolution soundtrack due in November

28 Oct 2011  by   Paul Younger
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Deus Ex: Human Revolution was heavy on atmosphere, and a lot of that was down to Michael McCann’s impressive score.
No bad thing, then, that a 25 track CD (and digital release) of McCann’s work will be released on 15 November through Sumthing Else Music.
The composer was directly involved in the selection process, and says “There were close to 200 pieces of music created for the soundtrack for Deus Ex: Human Revolution and I’ve selected 50 of those cues to create the 25 arrangements on this album”.
Some of those pieces chosen are “alternate versions that were created for the various advertising trailers for the game” and McCann hopes the album represents the “arc of the game’s story”.
That story is, of course, still having bits added to it through DLC. You can read our review of the first add-on, The Missing Link, here.
Here’s the full tracklisting for the album:

1. Icarus – Main Theme
2. Opening Credits
3. Main Menu
4. First And Last
5. Destroit City Ambient (Part 1)
6. Detroit Marketplace
7. The Mole
8. Barrett Boss Fight
9. Home
10. Jewel Of The Orient
11. Lower Hengsha Ambient (Part 1)
12. Singapore Ambient (Part 2)
13. After The Crash
14. The Hive
15. Harvesters
16. Hung Hua Brothel (Extended)
17. Everybody Lies
18. LIMB Clinic
19. Penthouse
20. Hengsha Daylight (Part 1)
21. Entering TYM
22. Return To Hengsha
23. And Away We Go
24. Namir (Trailer Edit)
25. Endings

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