Doom Playstation: Official Soundtrack - 20th Anniversary Extended Edition

by Aubrey Hodges

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njmcode One of the greatest dark ambient soundtracks ever. Made the PSX version of Doom THE definitive one in my mind. Totally changes the tone of the game into something much more survival-horroresque at times. Even today this is a constant presence on my late-night playlists and is a huge influence on my own sonic experiments. Thank you. Favorite track: Creeping Brutality (Level - UnHoly Cathedral) Extended.
Driftless
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Driftless I've got nothing to say other then this is fantastic, and you should listen. And then listen again. Immerse yourself in it, then buy it. And then listen until the sound overwhelms your ears. Favorite track: Mutation (Level - Phobos Anomaly) Extended.
RS
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RS Pure awesomeness! To hell with the new 'rock'n'roll-driven' Doom. This is how the new Doom should be - eerie, scary, disturbing. Just like Mr. Hodges' music. Highly recommended! Favorite track: Mind Massacre (Level - Computer Station) Extended.
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wildfirelink Still easily one of my favorite dark/ambient soundtracks ever... and now made even better with extended/enhanced themes! This is a fantastic upgrade with not only beefed up level tracks and new versions of the intro/ending themes, but now there are also 8 NEW would-be level themes that gel right in with the others, with "Mutate Countdown", "Pulse-a-tron" and "Dark Sludge" being personal favorites among them. Hell hath no fury over the ghoulish netherworldly soundscapes of Mr. Hodges. BUY IT! Favorite track: BONUS - Pulse-a-tron.
Hank The Driver
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Hank The Driver Its a total descent to hell. No heavy metal this time. Just a lot of creepy noises that can sound like they're right there in your room. Favorite track: Mind Massacre (Level - Computer Station) Extended.
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The Sony PlayStation version of Doom was a conversion of Doom and Doom II by Williams Entertainment. It was released on November 16, 1995 and is still considered one of the most unique versions of Doom to this day.

While the original Doom on the PC used a midi rock soundtrack this version is largely comprised of dark ambient soundscapes designed to enhance the suspense of the levels. The result is a dark and brooding score that combined with the imagery of the levels serves to unnerve and rattle the player. The audio and visuals work together to really define the hellish nightmare that is the world of Doom.

This version features extended arrangements of all the level tracks, new versions of the Main Theme and Finale tracks and 8 all new bonus tracks created using the same techniques used 20 years ago. This album is over 5 1/2 hours of music!

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released January 21, 2016

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Aubrey Hodges Boulder, Colorado

Mr. Hodges’s music and sound design is heard in video games all over the world with a combined total of over 240 games totaling over 128 million units shipped since he began his career.

Considered a pioneer in the games industry with a reputation for taking artistic and technical risks for nearly three decades. Hodges was the first to use music and sounds in an online game (The Sierra Network).
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