Sins of the Solar Empire: Rebellion releases full game score

Like Sci-fi RTS Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion? Wish you could take it with you everywhere you go?

Well now you can (kind of)

Thanks to your friends at Steam, the soundtrack for Sins of a Solar Empire Rebellion is now available for download. For the princely sum of £6.99 (or £29.99 if you want the game too) you can get your grubby little mits on 45 tracks in both FLAC and MP3 format. That’s over two hours of space faring tunes!

Check out the full track list below:

Disc 1 Tracklist:

  1. Opening Theme
  2. The Fallen Empire
  3. Cataclysm
  4. Ten Thousand Years
  5. A World in Isolation
  6. Deviants
  7. Expulsion
  8. Peace and Prosperity
  9. Impending Darkness
  10. The Arrival
  11. A Futile Challenge
  12. Outclassed
  13. Relentless
  14. Birth of a Coalition
  15. Resistance
  16. Counter-attack
  17. The Emerging Empire
  18. Desperate
  19. The Prophecy
  20. Collecting of Will
  21. The Expanding Empire
  22. The Return
  23. Two Fronts

Disc 2 Tracklist:

  1. Sins: Rebellion Theme
  2. Invasion Fleet
  3. Marauders
  4. Defending the Colony
  5. TEC Loyalists – Watching the Borders
  6. TEC Loyalists – Peace Behind the Walls
  7. TEC Loyalists – Strength in Separation
  8. TEC Rebels – Keep the Lanes Open
  9. TEC Rebels – To the Victor
  10. TEC Rebels – Trade Wars
  11. Advent Loyalists – Inevitable Retribution
  12. Advent Loyalists – Fate of the Apostate
  13. Advent Loyalists – In the Name of the Unity
  14. Advent Rebels – A New Call
  15. Advent Rebels – Purity of Memory
  16. Advent Rebels – Revelation and Regret
  17. Vasari Loyalists – Into the Void
  18. Vasari Loyalists – Unstoppable
  19. Vasari Loyalists – Warning Shots
  20. Vasari Rebels – Alliance is the Only Way
  21. Vasari Rebels – Diplomatic Envoys
  22. Vasari Rebels – History in the Making

Do you like the game’s score? Will you be picking this up?


Written by Picto Pirate
(Source: Valve)

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