Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary gets double disc soundtrack release

What if $40 just isn't enough to show your love to your favorite FPS? You're in luck then: Sumthing Else Music Works is release the Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary soundtrack, which features re-orchestrated Halo tunes, as a two-disc album.

The package is $14.9 and gets you two CDs of music, originally created by Martin O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori and remade for 2011. There's also a limited edition green vinyl record for $24.99, which has fewer tracks but gets you an MP3 album of the music to download as well. If you really want to show you're the "Lord of the Rings," maybe buy both?

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Brand New Recordings of The Classic Halo: Combat Evolved Soundtrack Originally Created by Martin O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori; 2-CD Set Now Available To Pre-Order

New York - November 10th, 2011 - Sumthing Else Music Works, through its licensing relationship with Microsoft Studios, proudly presents Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Soundtrack featuring new orchestrations of the classic Halo: Combat Evolved music originally created by award-winning composers Martin O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori. Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Soundtrack will be available as a 2-disc CD album released to retail outlets worldwide on November 15th through Sumthing Else Music Works www.sumthing.com and for digital download at Sumthing Digital www.sumthingdigital.com, Amazon MP3, iTunes® and other digital music sites.

Created in celebration of the 10th anniversary of one of the most beloved franchises in gaming history; Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary is a spectacularly remastered version of the original Halo campaign. In addition to all of the new features, achievements, challenges and new fiction to uncover, Halo: Anniversary includes six of the most popular multiplayer maps in the history of Halo and one new Firefight map for cooperative play over Xbox LIVE®.

For more information on Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, please visit www.xbox.com/haloanniversary.
For more information on Sumthing Else Music Works and its complete catalog of video game soundtracks, visit www.sumthing.com and www.sumthingdigital.com.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.