L.A. Noire Gets Two Soundtracks

You may be wondering why they would releaes two soundtracks, well they’re not, technically… One soundtrack will be of the original score simply known as L.A. Noire The Official Soundtrack, while the other will be remixed, simply called L.A. Noire Remixed.

We are proud to announce two official  L.A. Noire soundtrack releases, the  L.A. Noire Official Soundtrack and  L.A. Noire: Remixed.
The blurb:
The L.A. Noire Official Soundtrack was inspired by the sweeping orchestral scores of the great films of the 1940s. This all-original score was recorded in London’s legendary Abbey Road Studios and composed by Andrew Hale, of the band Sade and Sweetback and whose credits include scores for such films as Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. The soundtrack also features modern takes on the titleic torch songs of the period. Three original vocal recordings were created for the soundtrack, all produced and written by Stephen Coates (of The Real Tuesday Weld) and featuring the guest vocals of Claudia Brucken (of Propaganda). Additional music was composed for the score by Woody Jackson, who won multiple awards for his work with Bill Elm on the original score of Red Dead Redemption.
There’s also over 30 titleic licensed jazz tracks to listen to that are featured in the game itself, including songs from such greats as Billie Holiday, Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong and Thelonious Monk while Remixed is the fruit of a partnership with Verve Records that provides a modern take on the music found throughout the world of L.A. Noire.
You’ll be able to buy the soundtracks on iTunes from May 17th, so for more info and previews, check out www.rockstargames.com/lanoire.

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