As you know, every time you complete a chapter in Alan Wake you’re treated to a cool little licensed song. However, some of the songs in the final game weren’t developer Remedy’s first choices, though they did end up fitting the bill.
Alan Wake soundtrack was awesome
agreed sir, especially the ending track which basically are spoilers heh.
Poets of the Fall.... Im now a fan of theirs just because of Alan Wake :D
WAIT WAIT WAIT.... Why is the PS3 tagged...... :/ @Xbox360PS3AndPC Should have known!
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Misclicks NEVER happen, right? Being so quick to judgment shows a lack of rational thought. Regardless, it will be rectified.
^^"Misclicks" do happen, that's why approvers need to watch out for this kind of stuff.
Roy Orb's was my favourite chapter ending song. Even though I am a massive Bowie fan.
I totally fucking agree with you. In dreamsssss wow that song is beautiful
Yeah Inspired me to combine two things I love for my first video, http://www.youtube.com/watc...
In Dreams was heavily featured in David Lynch's Blue Velvet, the director/ writer also behind Twin Peaks, the inspiration for much of Alan Wake. Remedy is full of David Lynch fanboys. I recognize their obsession because I'm a Lynch fanatic myself. LOL.
And it fits the mood of Alan Wake perfectly. It gave me goosebumps when I heard it in the game.
this game was underratted. it's an awesome game!
They should have put The sound of silence. Best song ever writing.
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