Doom Playstation: Official Soundtrack – 20th Anniversary Extended Edition!

I am happy to announce the release of Doom Playstation: Official Soundtrack – 20th Anniversary Extended Edition!

http://aubreyhodges.bandcamp.com/album/doom-playstation-official-soundtrack-20th-anniversary-extended-edition

5 1/2 hours of music
8 all new bonus tracks, each over 10 minutes long!
New version of the Doom Main Theme
New version of the Doom Finale
All level tracks are now over 10 minutes each!

Enjoy!

-Aubrey

 

12 Comments

  1. josh levin

    I bought the original playstation doom soundtrack and Doom 64. Can you release a Album for the 20th anniversary music that is only the changes? I dont want to re buy the album again just to get the extra music.

    • Hi Josh…The albums are quite different from one another. Every level track has changed with new instruments and extended length, the main theme and finale are all new arrangements and both versions contain completely different bonus tracks. The only tracks that remained the same are the credits and level complete. So, the new version of the album without those 2 tracks would be almost identical to what is already offered.

  2. Frank

    One of the best game soundtracks – ever! Creepy, anxiety-inducing, and completely evil in its dark and haunting ambience. Track 15 (Corrupted – Level: Deimos Lab) is one of the most unbelievable combination of sounds I’ve ever heard in my life. This is an essential soundtrack to have, even if you haven’t played the PSX Doom.

  3. Steve

    Thank for the memories and new material. You are a legend.

  4. Steve

    Oh btw, Club Doom has quite the cult following on YouTube. A remix/extended version would be a hit there.

  5. Aubrey, I just wanted to say thanks for your awesome work. Ever since I was a child, I have played Doom and Final Doom with great enthusiasm, although not the PC version but the PS. The PlayStation version was the first one I played, and the music environment really made the atmosphere like it should’ve been in the original version. The awesome, eerie music indicates that you really are alone in these halls of the damned and there’s absolutely no rescue coming to help you. I think your track Lamentation (Mt. Erebus) is one of the best, it really sets the atmosphere scary as hell. I think it’s thanks to your music the PS version was such a masterpiece. Once I tried the PC version, I found the pounding music not suitable for the game: my mind was set.

    Keep up the good work and I hope you have great projects in the future! I was hoping that they’d contact you when making the music track for the new Doom!

  6. danny

    Aubrey Hodges, would you like to release this on tape?

    • Tape? As in Cassette Tape? I don’t think there is a viable market left for that format any longer. Especially when you factor in the limited size of the video game soundtrack fanbase.

  7. Tom

    I’m guessing Mind Massacre is the track with the bee in the coke can. Good stuff. I enjoy studying maths to this music.

  8. Asher Moran

    Aubrey, do you think this extended version will hit the Google Music store page anytime soon?

  9. Richard Nicholson

    I cannot play Doom without this soundtrack, it has such a unique feel which defines Doom for me. Fortunately it’s easy enough to use it along with the PSX sounds and map lighting/coloring in GZDoom for an awesome experience on PC.

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