Command & Conquer: Game rip
Name: Command & Conquer
Released: 31 Aug 1995
Great soundtrack - so many fresh ideas, some tunes are fast battle rocking ones, some are slower Dune-like strategy backgrounds, but in overall, it's first and best C&C soundtrack and one of the best Frank Klepacki's works ever. [9/10]
Facts / description
This was one of first soundtrack which has over one hour digital audio music. That's why it was done in poor quality, but it doesn't lower the whole experience very much.
Act On Instinct Act On Instinct-Remix C&C Thang Canyon Chase Deception Demolition Fight, Win, Prevail GDI-Credits In The Line Of Fire Industrial Just Do It! Looks Like Trouble Looks Like Trouble-Remix March To Doom Mechanical Man No Mercy Nod-Credits On The Prowl Prepare For Battle Radio Rain In The Night Take 'Em Out Tiberian Dawn-Bonus-1 Tiberian Dawn-Bonus-2 Tiberian Dawn-Bonus-3 Tiberian Dawn-Bonus-4 Tiberian Dawn-Bonus-5 Tiberian Dawn-Bonus-6 Tiberian Dawn-Bonus-7 Tiberian Dawn-Bonus-8 Tiberian Dawn-Bonus-9 Tiberian Dawn-Map+Menu Tiberian Dawn-Mission Accomplished Tiberian Dawn-Mission Accomplished-Long Warfare
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Record created/updated: 25. August 2005.
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