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Deus Ex 2: Original soundtrack

Game info

Name: Deus Ex 2
Original/port composers: Alexander Brandon, Mark Lampert, Todd Simmons
Platform: PC Windows

Music info

Related Plaform: PC Windows
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composers of these tunes: Alexander Brandon, Mark Lampert, Todd Simmons
Info Source: Pyramid Head
Music type: Original soundtrack
Num of tunes: 14
Num of CDs: 1

User reviews

  • "Invisible sountrack" (by Darth Nefelim, 28 Nov 2005) [4/10]
    The soundtrack for the first part of "Deus Ex" game series was hard to forget. As for me, it was weaker then soundtrack for "Unreal", but nevertheless it sounded impressive enough for the mod music. The game grew up, Alexander Brandon did it too, but something has gone. The title and Credits are sounding attractive, charming, interesting, but between'em are emptyness of ambiental compositions. What is nice for a game is not also nice apart of it. Too much invisibility for a soundtrack.

  • "Invisible War Soundtrack" (by Splendy, 26 Jan 2006) [9/10]
    I think the music is very good; very touching. It really gives you a ''Deus Ex'' feeling. Conspiracy, fear, lonliness, a war that is at hand.... Alexander did a great job on it; especially on ''Lower Seattle''

    But it isn't the complete Soundtrack from that site..(shit!) on www.torrentspy.com is a Torrent, but it is almost not downloadable. I have the game Deus Ex 2, but it hasn't got the Music Directory anymore like in DX 1 with the Unreal Engine.

    Has anyone ideas..?

    I've put 9/10 because it has a great atmosfere, but still.. Unreal 1 has some better music.

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Facts / description

The music is downloadable from http://www.deusex.com .

AUDIO DIRECTOR - Alexander Brandon
AUDIO - Mark Lampert, Todd Simmons
(the role of Mark Lampert and Todd Simmons is not 100% certain, but there wasn't section named MUSIC in credits)


1. Invisible War Title Theme - 1:51
2. Seattle - Tarsus Apartments - 2:32
3. City Hub & Emerald Suites - 2:55
4. Mako Ballistics Interior - 2:21
5. Lower Seattle & Heron's Loft - 2:34
6. Cairo - Mosque - 2:24
7. Cairo - ApostleCorp Lab - 2:21
8. Trier - Streets & Black Gate - 2:59
9. Trier - Templar Compound - 2:48
10. Antarctica - VersaLife Base Exterior - 2:19
11. Antarctica - JC Denton's Lair - 2:20
12. Return to Cairo - Shantytown & Arcology - 3:05
13. Liberty Island - Statue Exterior - 3:30
14. Credits - 1:37

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Record created/updated: 20. October 2004.
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