Halo 3: ODST Soundtrack Drops Next Week

Halo 3: ODST hits store shelves next week, and Sumthing Else Music Works is making sure you can listen to it when you can't play with the release of the Halo 3: ODST Original Soundtrack.

The latest chapter in the Halo saga brings with it new music composed by Martin O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori, and Sumthing Else is ready, with a 2-disc soundtrack for the game released into the wild on September 22nd to coincide with the release of the game. According to O'Donnell, the ODST soundtrack reflects the new direction the series is taking in the game.

"I'm happy to be able to share all new compositions and recordings created for Halo 3: ODST. The music reflects the new mood, new heroes, and new story of the game. I worked with the Northwest Sinfonia for the orchestral recordings and also added some nice alto sax solos and some new guitar solos. The piano sneaks back in again a few times too, but I can't seem to help that."

The 2-disco Halo 3: ODST soundtrack will also be available at www.sumthingdigital.com and iTunes come September 22nd.


    i always liked the halo music

    I think a lot of people do. I mean it actually made the Billboard charts. Not many video game soundtracks do that. Not EVERY movie does that too.

    They are epic though.

    Im a fan of orchestral music and Halos music really is great with its use of gregorian chant but at the same time i hope this one isnt like Halo 3s OST because it was awful in terms of stretching too much of a good thing over too many songs with barely a memorable bit for any piece apart from say Finish the Fight. Too many of the tracks sounded nearly identical and had no real identity , hopefully this will be a return to the Halo 2 school of OST.

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