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Sim City 4 Music CD

Game info

Name: Sim City 4
Alternate name: SimCity 4
Characteristics: Strategy
Publishers: Electronic Arts, Aspyr
Developer: Maxis
Original/port composers: Jerry Martin, Marc Russo, Kirk Casey, Kent Jolly, Robert Kauker, The Humble Brothers
Platforms:
Macintosh (2003)
PC Windows (10 Jan 2003) - United States
PC Windows (17 Jan 2003) - Europe

Music info

Released: 2003
Related Plaform: PC Windows
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composers of these tunes: Jerry Martin, Marc Russo, Kirk Casey, Kent Jolly, Robert Kauker, The Humble Brothers
Music type: Original soundtrack
Num of tunes: 13
Num of CDs: 1

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Facts / description

You can buy this soundtrack for $9.95 from http://eastore.ea.com/

Tracklist

1. Rush Hour
2. By The Bay
3. Terrain
4. Re-Development 
5. The New Hood
6. Bohemian Street Jam
7. Shape Shifter
8. Night Owl 
9. Without Form
10. Street Sweeper
11. Transit Angst
12. Zone System
13. Epicenter

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Record created/updated: 14. September 2004.
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