The Paul McCartney Project

Destiny Original Soundtrack

Timeline See what happened in September 2014
UK release date:
Sep 26, 2014
US release date:
Sep 26, 2014
Publisher:
Bungie Music Publishing

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Track list

Disc 1


1.

The Traveler

2:30 • Studio version


2.

The Fallen

4:36 • Studio version


3.

Excerpt from the Hope

2:16 • Studio version


4.

Excerpt from the Ecstasy

2:10 • Studio version


5.

The Warmind

2:09 • Studio version


6.

Guardian

2:08 • Studio version


7.

The Tower

1:19 • Studio version


8.

The Last Array

6:57 • Studio version


9.

The Collapse

1:33 • Studio version


10.

The Journey Home

3:09 • Studio version


11.

First Challenge

3:45 • Studio version


12.

Prey

2:13 • Studio version


13.

Tranquility

5:08 • Studio version


14.

The Great Unknown

1:34 • Studio version


15.

Excerpt 1 from the Rose

1:23 • Studio version


16.

Excerpt from the Tribulation

2:14 • Studio version


17.

Guardians Lost

3:49 • Studio version


18.

Relic of Hope

2:14 • Studio version


19.

Departure

2:00 • Studio version


20.

Lost Horizons

1:09 • Studio version


21.

Reborn

3:34 • Studio version


22.

Sepiks Prime

4:13 • Studio version


23.

Traveler's Promise

1:56 • Studio version


24.

Deconstruction

1:42 • Studio version


25.

Excerpt from the Ruin

1:36 • Studio version


26.

Untold Legends

3:34 • Studio version


27.

Cabal Stomp

3:40 • Studio version


28.

Dust Giants

4:28 • Studio version


29.

Ishtar Sink

4:43 • Studio version


30.

The World's Grave

5:36 • Studio version


31.

Exclusion Zone

3:48 • Studio version


32.

The Stranger

1:11 • Studio version


33.

Temple of Crota

5:16 • Studio version


34.

Eye of the Gate Lord

4:01 • Studio version


35.

The Hive

5:46 • Studio version


36.

The Collective

4:11 • Studio version


37.

End of the Line

3:32 • Studio version

About

From Wikipedia:

Destiny Original Soundtrack is the official soundtrack for the video game, composed by Michael Salvatori, C Paul Johnson, Martin O’Donnell, Skye Lewin, and Stan LePard, with contributions and input from British musician Paul McCartney. Released digitally via iTunes on September 26, 2014, the soundtrack contains 44 instrumental songs from the game. The soundtrack marked Martin O’Donnell’s final work for Bungie, after years of composing for the Halo franchise, as well as several games before that. In addition, McCartney wrote and recorded an original song inspired by the game.

Early in Destiny’s development, O’Donnell was contacted by Pete Parsons (current Chief Operating Officer of Bungie), and was asked to begin writing music for the game. At the time, Destiny was still in its infancy, as it lacked any gameplay material for O’Donnell to score music to, so instead, O’Donnell began creating music based solely on the games ideas, stories, and artwork. By February 17, 2013, over 50 minutes of the soundtrack had already been recorded with a 106-piece orchestra at Abbey Road Studios in London. O’Donnell gave the early pieces of music to Bungie in hopes that they would foster inspiration within the development team.

Unlike the Halo series, where pieces of music were only 2–3 minutes long, Martin has stated that the soundtrack for Destiny has no time restrictions, with the pieces clocking in “as long as they need to be.” O’Donnell collaborated with Paul McCartney on the soundtrack for the better part of two years, as they traded ideas, melody samples and themes back and forth. On April 11, 2014, Martin O’Donnell was dismissed without cause by the board of directors at Bungie. This caused concern as to whether this would affect the game; however, Pete Parsons stated that O’Donnell’s work on the game had been completed before his dismissal and would appear in the final product.


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