Command & Conquer Soundtracks Available Now On Streaming Services
Video game soundtracks have been around for most of gaming’s lifetime, and like the technology behind game, it continues to evolve and expand. While the music of video games continued to grow more complex as technology would allow however, it has still remained difficult to listen to video game soundtracks separately from the games that they were so carefully designed for. Thanks to the rise of music streaming services, game publishers have been able to release soundtracks for games like Dark Souls and Chrono Trigger for fans to enjoy. Now, the classic Command and Conquer soundtracks finally get to shine on streaming services as well.
— Official CnC (@OfficialCnC) June 26, 2020
EA announced that the remastered Command & Conquer soundtracks are now available on several major music streaming services on their official Command & Conquer Twitter account. These remastered versions of the original soundtrack were made by Frank Klepacki & The Tiberian Sons specifically for the new Command & Conquer Remastered Collection of games released earlier this month. These remastered soundtracks can now be heard on Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music and YouTube Music.
Among the Command & Conquer soundtracks listings available are 46 tracks for Tiberian Dawn, as well as 51 for Red Alert. As a bonus, Frank Klepacki & The Tiberian Sons released an additional playlist with 22 new versions of songs as well. Frank and his band have been faithully performing these songs even when new Command & Conquer games have been dormant, and it is great to see that their fine work gets another chance to shine for new audiences. Hopefully Frank & the Tiberian Sons can Command & Conquer the top streaming music charts.
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