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Submitted by kyon147 1190d ago | review

The Greatest Video Game Music 2: Review | VGU

Performed by the world famous London Philharmonic Orchestra, The Greatest Video Game Music 2, features 17 brand new, classical orchestrations of some of video game’s most cherished musical themes. The album is a sequel to 2011’s hugely successful The Greatest Video Game Music, also recorded by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, which has sold 100,000 copies to date, making it the best selling video game music album of all time. (Culture) -

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