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World of Warcraft Collector's Edition Soundtrack

Game info

Name: World of Warcraft
Alternate name: WoW
Characteristics: Action, Adventure, RPG
Publisher: Blizzard
Developer: Blizzard
Original/port composers: Glenn Stafford, Derek Duke, Jason Hayes, Tracy W. Bush
Platforms:
PC Windows (23 Nov 2004)
Macintosh (Unfinished)

Music info

Released: 23 Nov 2004
Related Plaform: PC Windows
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composers of these tunes: Glenn Stafford, Derek Duke, Jason Hayes, Tracy W. Bush
Info Source: Darth Nefelim
Music type: Original soundtrack
Num of tunes: 30
Num of CDs: 1
Play time: 1:17:49

User reviews

  • "WoW... as usual" (by Darth Nefelim, 26 Jan 2005) [7/10]
    The last track from this CD has made a very strong impression on me. Nevertehless I'm free of subjective rating. This soundtrack is a tough compilation of Warcrat III music and brand new tracks. As usual it's orchestrated enough. As usual it's full of epic. As usual it's damnly good fro the game. As usual it's too usual. Same things can't last forever. This music is as ordinal as it is beautiful.

  • "World of Warcraft" (by El Michaelo, 19 Feb 2005) [10/10]
    Good Music!Its nice Musik!Really!

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Facts / description

This soundtrack was included in the collector's edition of "World of Warcraft".

Sound Producer - Glorai Sotto
Lead Composer - Jason Hayes
Music composition - Jason Hayes, Tracy W. Bush, Derek Duke, Glenn Stafford Sound Design - Tracy W. Bush, Victor Crews, Brian Farr Sound Editor - Tami Donner Harrison Audio Supervisor - Glenn Stafford

Tracklist

01. Main Title ~Legends of Azeroth~ --- 02:43
02. The Shaping of the World (Exclusive Track) --- 02:28
03. Legacy (Exclusive Track) --- 02:28
04. Song of Elune (Exclusive Track) --- 02:17
05. Echoes (Exclusive Track) --- 01:56
06. A Call to Arms --- 02:21
07. Seasons of War (Introduction Movie) --- 03:01
08. Stormwind (City Theme) --- 02:18
09. Orgrimmar (City Theme) --- 02:18
10. The Undercity (City Theme) --- 02:31
11. Thunder Bluff (City Theme) --- 02:39
12. Darnassus (City Theme) --- 02:47
13. Ironforge (City Theme) --- 02:17
14. Elwynn Forest (Ambient) --- 03:07
15. Duskwood (Ambient) --- 06:04
16. Dun Morogh (Ambient) --- 07:33
17. Burning Steppes (Ambient) --- 02:30
18. Shimmering Flats (Ambient) --- 04:10
19. Felwood (Ambient) --- 02:40
20. Stranglethorn Vale (Ambient) --- 04:16
21. Tanaris (Ambient) --- 02:34
22. Teldrassil (Ambient) --- 03:59
23. Tavern (Introduction Cue) --- 01:17
24. Moonfall (Introduction Cue) --- 00:52
25. Ruins (Introduction Cue) --- 01:19
26. Temple (Introduction Cue) --- 01:06
27. Lurking (Introduction Cue) --- 01:04
28. Sacred (Introduction Cue) --- 01:14
29. Graveyard (Introduction Cue) --- 01:11
30. War (Introduction Cue) --- 00:49

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Record created/updated: 20. January 2005.
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