Thanks to the new trailer (and release date), The Final Of Us Element II is on everyone’s thoughts. Regardless of whether it was timed this way or not, it is the ideal chance for Materia Collective to release a remix soundtrack album of the original’s music (initially produced by Gustavo Santaolalla). The Final of Us Remixed consists of covers composed by Taylor Ambrosio Wood, who’s produced soundtracks for a handful of indie games.
“The Final of Us is the most emotionally helpful game soundtrack of the final decade, and arguably a single of the greatest videogame soundtracks of all time,” says Wood. “We are extraordinarily passionate about Santaolalla’s operate, and as fans of his ourselves, we had been personally invested in generating a attractive and respectful tribute to this incredible soundtrack. This album aims to enter the globe of The Final of Us from an adjacent point of view, although nevertheless sustaining the emotional core of what produced the original soundtrack so monumental.”
01. Ash and Dust (The Final of Us)
02. All Gone (Seasons)
03. The Quarantine Zone
04. Vanishing Grace
05. Forgotten Memories
06. Left Behind
07. The Decision
08. All Gone
10. The Final of Us (Goodnight)
11. The Path
“I wanted to take the theme and create lyrics that had been representative of the narrative themes from The Final of Us,” continues Wood. “I attempted to visualize how it would really feel to reside in a globe like that, and create from the point of view of a person attempting to reconcile their existence in a dead and broken globe. Perhaps they would obtain solace in being aware of that in the finish, we will all be ash and dust.”
The Final Of Us Remixed also consists of tracks performed by the Videri String Quartet, and arrangements by Ariel Contreras-Esquivel, Amanda Laven, and Michael Hoffmann. The album is offered now on the storefronts linked to from this web page.