As promised, Electronic Arts (EA) have begun making their videogame soundtracks now available via Digital Service Providers (DSPs) around the world.
The first of EA’s James Bond soundtracks to go online is Sean Callery’s score to 2004’s Everything Or Nothing. The 21-track album is part of EA’s recent announcement it will roll out more than 3,000 minutes of original music from the company’s videogames for distribution online.
Each track from Everything Or Nothing is available to purchase from Rhapsody for $0.99, or the whole album can be bought for $9.99.
The track listing is as follows.
- James Bond Theme
- Russian Liar
- Bond Jumps Through Glass
- Collecting Stuff in New Orleans
- Bond Escapes Fortress
- Crash into Lobby
- Entering the Train
- Save Katya
- Graveyard at Night
- Mine Facility Fight
- Plantation Hand to Hand Combat
- Rooftop Bike Chase
- Quick Action
- Russian Tank
- Sneaking Around the Train Cars
- Train Chase
- The Crematorium
- Tank Battle 2
- Bond in Sneak Mode
- Winning the Trophy
Sean Callery is the Emmy Award-winning composer for Fox’s real-time thriller series, 24.
Online soundtrack releases of Paul Oakenfold’s GoldenEye: Rogue Agent score and Christopher Lennertz’s From Russia With Love score are forthcoming; keep watching CBn for details of these as they come to hand.