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The Greatest Video Game Music unreleased Enemy Zero: Last Movement track for free


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The Greatest Video Game Music played by the London Philharmonic Orchestra has been out now for a while and if you are a video game fan it’s a must have, and we have an unreleased track you can download for free.


Performed by the world famous London Philharmonic Orchestra, The Greatest Video Game Music, features 21 brand new, classical orchestrations of some of video game’s most cherished musical themes. The album has sold almost 100,000 copies to date, making it the best selling video game music album of all time.

The track listing is as follows:

  • Advent Rising – Muse
  • Legend of Zelda – Suite
  • Call of Duty – Modern Warfare 2 –Theme
  • Angry Birds – Main Theme
  • Final Fantasy VIII – Liberi Fatali
  • Super Mario Bros –Themes
  • Uncharted – Drake’s Fortune – Nate’s Theme
  • Grand Theft Auto IV – Soviet Connection
  • World of Warcraft – Seasons of War
  • Metal Gear Solid – Sons of Liberty Theme
  • Tetris – Main Theme
  • Battlefield 2 – Main Theme
  • Elder Scrolls – Oblivion
  • Call of Duty 4 – Modern Warfare – Main Menu Theme
  • Mass Effect – Suicide Mission
  • Splinter Cell – Conviction
  • Final Fantasy – Main Theme
  • Bioshock – The Ocean on his Shoulders
  • Halo 3 – One Final Effort
  • Fallout 3 – Main Theme
  • Super Mario Galaxy – Gusty Garden Galaxy

Download  "Enemy Zero: Last Movement" performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra by clicking here:

This is a really good soundtrack to have playing in the background whether you are playing a game, or just relaxing. I have listened to it quite a few times now.

Have you listened to it yet? What is your favourite track? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
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