Myst 3: Exile: Original soundtrack
Name: Myst 3: Exile
Facts / description
Jack Wall, who wrote the score, not only used the usual synthesizer type music, but he also incorporated an actual orchestra into the piece as well. This is most certainly evident in the first two tracks on the CD. If you liked the Myst soundtrack and the Riven soundtrack, you will definitely appreciate (and not to mention LOVE) this soundtrack. The only thing I didn't like about this CD was the little "tag-on" song at the end - Track 30. This is a vocal piece (a bonus track as it says on the back of the CD case), and it is reminiscent of the pop-vocal songs that are so popular today. In this case, however, it is not a great track. But this one teeny tiny little thing does not detract from the overall greatness of the CD. It is easily skippable, and once you have done it umpteen times, skipping Track 30 become second nature.
Main Theme Opening Titles Atrus' Study Saavedro Enters Saavedro's Theme A Heartbeat Away Saaverdro's Lair Theme From Amateria The Spider Spinner Libra's Lever The Wheels Of Woner Theme From Edanna Deadwood Ridge Swing Vines The Forest And The Swamp Theme From Voltaic The Airship Chasm Energy Island The Confrontation He Sees Hope Let Me Go! You've Been Followed Into Oblivion All Is Lost Trapped The Tide Has Turned The Dilemma All Is Well, My Friend Going Home Exile (Bonus Track)
Record created/updated: 23. September 2004.
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