Mass Effect 2 Official Soundtrack Now Available

MassEffect2Soundtrack.jpg Gearing up for next week’s big launch, EA and BioWare today announced the release of the official Mass Effect 2 soundtrack. The digital soundtrack, written by returning Mass Effect composer Jack Wall, consists of 27 tracks spanning nearly two hours of beautiful music befitting an epic space opera.

The Mass Effect 2 Official Soundtrack is available now at major digital music providers like iTunes and Amazon.com, though iTunes has the better price at $11.99 compared to Amazon’s $17.98. Of course, you can also sample each track and only buy the singles you want at $0.99 a pop. I’m sampling some of the tracks myself right now and the music really is superb!

Source: masseffect2 Twitter feed

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