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The Fallen (Music From The Game Destiny) - Paul McCartney - 3 Pack (CD)

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  1. Paul McCartney ‎– 3 Pack Label: Mighty Fishy ‎– MF01 The Fallen (Music From The Game 'Destiny') Box-set 3 CD Avis Ajouter un Avis. Vogelhaeuschenbau4x8 Signaler; This is a fantastic collection with fine tracks of Paul McCartney in his 70´s. /5(4).
  2. About. From Wikipedia. Destiny Original Soundtrack is the official soundtrack for the video game, composed by Michael Salvatori, C Paul Johnson, Martin O’Donnell, Skye Lewin, and Stan LePard, with contributions and input from British musician Paul McCartney. Released digitally via iTunes on September 26, , the soundtrack contains 44 instrumental songs from the game.
  3. May 27,  · Destiny (Original Soundtrack), an Album by Michael Salvatori, C Paul Johnson, Martin O'Donnell & Paul McCartney. Released 26 September on Bungie. Genres: Video Game Music.3/5(3).
  4. Mar 19,  · Destiny Soundtrack Composed By Martin O Donnell Michael Salvatori Paul McCartney C. Paul Johnson This was taken directly from the game and is not apart of the official Destiny album.
  5. Album · · 44 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Radio Try Beta. Sign In Destiny (Original Soundtrack) Various Artists Soundtrack · Preview SONG TIME The Traveler. Michael Salvatori, C Paul Johnson, Martin O Donnell & Paul McCartney Martin O Donnell & Paul McCartney.
  6. Released digitally on September 26, by Bungie Music Publishing, Destiny OST features forty-four instrumental tracks from the game. The album marks Martin O'Donnell's final work with Bungie after years of compositions on the Halo series as an employee, and titles pre-dating that franchise. Additionally, Paul McCartney wrote and recorded an original song inspired by the game and released .
  7. Way back in , when Destiny was still in the midst of development, Paul McCartney tweeted something unexpected: He was working on music with Bungie, the studio making the game.
  8. It's a fine song. The part at I think is really cool. It is very very strange to have Paul McCartney do a song with lyrics to Destiny though. Overkill perhaps! They definitely spent way too much money on him for sure. I love Paul, and the song is fine, but I don't know why they did this other than to say they did.
  9. The collaboration between Marty O'Donnell, Mike Salvatori and Paul McCartney (Music of the Spheres excerpts) is phenomenal. This soundtrack made up for the dismal story telling in game. The music IS the story. Losing Mr. O'Donnell as a composer and sound director is a huge loss for Bungie/5().

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