L.A. Noire Original Game Soundtrack
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Jazz reigned as America's most popular form of musical entertainment in the 1940s and was at its apex of creative innovation, from the emergence of Bebop to the revitalization of Dixieland. The in-game soundtrack of L.A. Noire steps into this era of rich musical history and accompanies each vivid environment with its sonic match. The music of L.A. Noire features a dramatic original score that supports Cole Phelps through each crime scene, interrogation, and car chase - along with classic licensed standards from the period and newly produced original vocal recordings to complete the musical experience and bring auditory authenticity into the world of L.A. Noire's 1947 Los Angeles. The score of L.A. Noire plays a critical role in the game, as musical cues help notify Cole Phelps where additional clues can be found and when he has exhausted the investigation of a crime scene. Both are subtle features that can prove very helpful while on the case. Inspired by the sweeping orchestral scores from the great films of the 1940s, L.A. Noire's original score was composed by Andrew Hale (songwriter and keyboardist for the band Sade and the Jazz-Funk band Sweetback) along with Simon Hale and was recorded in the same Abbey Road Studios that are credited for the innovative recording techniques adopted by The Beatles, and Pink Floyd. Additional music was composed for the score by Woody Jackson, who has won numerous awards as co-writer on the original score of Red Dead Redemption. With 28 tracks and over 55 minutes of original music from the game, this limited release official soundtrack is a must for any fan of the game.
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