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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Original Game Soundtrack
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Release Date(s)
Feb 25, 2014
Catalog Number(s)
N/A
Publisher(s)
Distributor(s)
Sumthing Else Music Works
Price
$15,60
Composer(s)
Oscar Araujo, Ferrán Cruixent (Arranger), Bratislava Symphony Orchestra (Performer)
Number of Discs
1
Number of Tracks
31
Total Length
144 minutes
VGMdb Link
External Link(s)


Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Original Game Soundtrack is the soundtrack composed by Oscar Araujo and Ferrán Cruixent for the PS3/X-Box 360/PC game, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2. It was released on February 25, 2014, along with the game.

On November 16, 2014, the score won the "Best Video Game Soundtrack" Award from the Annual Film Soundtack Center[1].

TracklistEdit

Note: tracks 20-31 are only available through the Sumthing Else store.

  1. The Throne Room
  2. Brotherhood Assault
  3. Dying for a Drop of Blood
  4. The Toy Maker
  5. The Paladin of God
  6. Descent to the Castle Dungeons
  7. The Siege Titan
  8. Dracula's Theme
  9. Hunter and Prey
  10. God's Chosen
  11. Carmilla
  12. The Power of Void
  13. City in Flames
  14. Castlevania
  15. Carmilla's Fight
  16. A Man of God
  17. Chaotic Battle
  18. Satan
  19. Carmilla's Spell
  20. Toy Maker's Heart
  21. Titanic Struggle (The Titan)
  22. Return to the Castle
  23. Void Power
  24. Back to the Present
  25. The Lair of the Gorgon
  26. Undeground Forge
  27. Second Acolyte
  28. Enough Talk!
  29. The Stronghold
  30. Credits 1
  31. Credits 2

TriviaEdit

  • Ferrán Cruixent released some music on his official bandcamp website in 2014 [1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://filmsoundtrackcenter.com/2014-awards/

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