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Lifeless Planet - OST

Catalog Number N/A
Release Date Sep 12, 2013
Publish Format Commercial
Release Price 7.00 USD
Media Format Digital
Classification Original Soundtrack
Published by Rich Douglas Music (distributed by Bandcamp / / )
Composed by Rich Douglas
Arranged by

Tracklist

Disc 1

01 The New World 2:25
02 A Lifeless Planet 3:00
03 Derelict Exploration 1:43
04 The Chasm 1:17
05 Cutscene - A Strange Discovery 0:24
06 Into Town 1:34
07 Cutscene - Crewmember 0:32
08 Imminent Threat 1:46
09 Bait 1:36
10 Cutscene - Aelita Escapes 0:09
11 Puzzle Solving 1:40
12 Cutscene - Saved 0:45
13 Jetpack 1:35
14 Cutscene - The Warning 0:12
15 Traversing the Badlands 2:10
16 Derelict Exploration (alternate take - wild vocals) 1:43
17 Imminent Threat (alternate take) 1:47
18 Into Town (alternate take) 0:52
19 Puzzle Solving (alternate take - more strings) 1:40
20 One Way Mission (unused early score) 0:57
21 Bloody Tracks (unused early score) 2:16
22 Powerlines (unused early score) 2:52
23 Wasteland (unused early score) 2:17
24 Derelict Wreckage (demo score) 1:35
25 Desolation (demo score) 1:05
26 Following Powerlines (demo score) 1:27
Disc length 39:19

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Products represented
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Notes

This is the soundtrack by Rich Douglas from the game Lifeless Planet by Stage 2 Studios. This release features much of the score heard in game as well as a wealth of bonus tracks. The bonus material includes alternate takes of a handful of cues, several tracks from the unused early alternate score, and original demo tracks composed early on for the game in order to get the gig!

The score features haunting work from a custom emotional string instrument known as the Bazantar (a cousin to the cello), as well as various synth elements which at times feature a full blown orchestra. These elements all make for a very cool (and unique) listening experience that is not to be missed!

~ Album notes

Originally slated for release on the 12th of July of 2013.