F4LL0UT says: A rather calm fantasy soundtrack by Michiel van de Bos (Unreal, Deus Ex, Overlord). It's tracker based music so it's quite oldschool but therefore it's a beautiul kind of music that's really unique to video games. Can partially be compared to newage.
F4LL0UT says: The soundtrack is the best thing about Chaser. It's really atmosphereic and professionally done music that could be described as industrial ambient. Personally I would even consider buying it as a regular album.
F4LL0UT says: Giants features a cinematic orchestral soundtrack by legendary Jeremy Soule (Morrowind, Oblivion, Dawn of War) which can be compared to the works of John Williams. Best proof that game music can compete with Hollywood.
F4LL0UT says: With Messiah you get the atmospheric electronic soundtrack by Jesper Kyd (Hitman, Assassin's Creed) featuring mostly ambient stuff and some epic dance music as well as Fear Factory's compilation album Messiah, so expect some brutal metal music.
F4LL0UT says: With Painkiller you get 46 minutes of professionally produced instrumental heavy metal music plus one bonus song with vocals. It's some really good stuff that may appeal not only to metal fans. The ambient tracks from the game are not included.
F4LL0UT says: Screamer features 36 minutes of cool and powerful rock music by Amiga legend Allister Brimble (Shadow of the Beast 2, Driver, Descent 2). The quality doesn't reach the level of an actual rock band's music but it's still nice to listen to.
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