Risk of Rain 2: Early Access OST

by Chris Christodoulou

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PLEASE READ, SERIOUSLY:

This is the Early Access version of the Risk of Rain 2 OST and a PRE-ORDER of the final OST (to be released later in 2019)! This is a Bandcamp exclusive and cannot be purchased or streamed elsewhere. Read below for details:

1. Once you purchase this album you immediately get access to the music listed above (including two bonus tracks).

2. Shortly before the final OST is publicly available you will receive your personal download code for it. Please use your real email address during purchase otherwise I can't get you the code (and keep your receipt email from Bandcamp just in case)!

3. The final OST will cost €5. This means you get it 20% off!

4. In the PDF that comes with this album you'll find 50% discount codes for the original Risk of Rain soundtrack, the RoR1 Engineer Edition and the RoR2 Engineer Edition (TBR after the final OST is out)!

EXTRA:

1. Once the final OST is released, this version will be pulled from Bandcamp and forever disappear in the mist of time! This means you get to own a little piece of VGM history :)

2. You also get to let me know all about how these versions are better than the final ones, to which you can rest assured you will get a response!

That's all! If you decide to support me by buying this music, I hope you enjoy it and thank you from the bottom of my heart <3

Chris

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released March 28, 2019

Composed, performed and produced by Chris Christodoulou

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Chris Christodoulou Athens, Greece

Chris Christodoulou is a composer from Sparta, Greece. Currently located in Athens he is scoring video games and films, as well as writing "stand-alone" music.

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Track Name: A Glacier Eventually Farts (And Don't You Listen to the Song of Life)
Nature here is vile and base.
I would see asphyxiation and choking and,
fighting for survival and, just rotting away...

Of course there's a lot of misery.
The trees here are in misery and,
the birds are in misery, I don't think they sing,
the just screech in pain.

But it is the same misery that is all around us.

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It's like a curse, weighing on an entire landscape,
And whoever goes too deep into this has his share of that curse.
It's a land that god has created in anger.
Even the stars up here in the sky look like a mess.

Taking a close look at what's around us,
there is some sort of a harmony.
The harmony of overwhelming and collective murder.

But when I say this, I say this all full of admiration.
It's is not that I hate it — I love it, I love it very much.
But I love it against my better judgment...

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