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PSA: Dust: An Elysian Tail soundtrack is now available


While most of Xbox Live Arcade game Dust: An Elysian Tail is the result of one man's hard graft, Dean Dodrill did outsource its music to the brilliantly named HyperDuck SoundWorks. Today the Northern Irish trio made the soundtrack available for download, with all 37 tracks purchasable for £5 GBP or around $8 (or more if you're so inclined.)

While we wouldn't be too far off with an awful 'Elysian easy listening' pun, the soundtrack ranges across a number of unusual genres and instruments. There are also a few songs courtesy of Alex Brandon, who worked on the soundtracks for Unreal Tournament, Alpha Protocol, and Deus Ex among others. You can listen to the songs in full on Hyperduck's Bandcamp site. Meanwhile, if you've not yet checked out our review of a certain "beautiful, quirky" adventure platformer, maybe you should.

[Thanks, Alex]

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