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Gears of War: Judgment (The Soundtrack)

19 Mar 2013 | Format: MP3

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2:21
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2:20
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2:42
4
1:50
5
1:44
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1:44
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3:10
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2:21
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1:24
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2:14
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1:58
12
0:47
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2:29
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1:44
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4:48
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0:56
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1:36
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1:47
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2:27
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1:43
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1:04
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1:34
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0:48
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1:40
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1:38
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1:08
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1:45
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1:42
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1:39
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1:49


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  • Label: Sumthing Else Music Works
  • Copyright: (C) 2013 Epic Games Inc
  • Total Length: 56:52
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  • ASIN: B00BS0DO04
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 84,529 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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Steve Jablonsky once again returns to score the next GOW game, Judgement. Along with unknown Zimmer associate Jacob Shea, this release is unlike either of Jablonsky's previous scores for the series. Please note, this review is based only on what I heard on the CD, rather than how it sounds in the game (and from what I have read, it works very well).

The orchestral style of the previous albums has largely gone. Occasional strings and brass are pretty much all you get, and are replaced with electronics and metal. The main GOW theme is back in various guises, however none are particularly epic or as well orchestrated compared to previous installments and it is certainly not the centerpiece of the album.

There were no "standout" tracks that I think deserve specific mention, however this reflects the fact that I am not a fan of the style of the album, and have no real point of reference by which to compare it. The sound quality of the album is great though.

For me, this review merely serves as a warning to those people who might be thinking of buying it based on the style of GOW2 and 3. This CD will divide opinion. I loved Jablonsky's orchestral scores for GOW2 and GOW3, but the change in style for electronics and metal was not something that I can say I enjoyed. However, I appreciate that many people would think this is an improvement because orchestral scores are a somewhat niche taste. If you enjoyed the music within the game, or have at least some appreciation for metal/electronics, this soundtrack will be right up your street. However, for people who like the orchestral style of his previous scores and think this might be a good standalone album, this is most certainly not the case.
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