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Bill Brown, Jamie Christopherson - Epic Adventure - Music From The EA "The Lord Of The Rings" Game Series FLAC album

Performer: Bill Brown
Genre: Stage and Screen
Title: Epic Adventure - Music From The EA "The Lord Of The Rings" Game Series
Released: 2007
Style: Score
FLAC version ZIP size: 1817 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1176 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1364 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 520
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Video Game Music Soundtracks. Original Game Soundtrack. Jamie Christopherson. 3. Craftsmen Dwarves. 5. Destroy the Heroes. Pride of the Dwarves.

The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth is a real-time strategy video game developed by EA Los Angeles for Microsoft Windows. It was released in December 6, 2004 and is based on Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings film trilogy, in turn based on J. R. Tolkien's original novel. The game uses short video clips from the movies and a number of the voice actors, including the hobbits and wizards. It uses the SAGE engine

The game was considered quite advanced at the time, with interactive characters that moved between locations independent of the player, and Melbourne House's 'Inglish' text parser which accepted full-sentence commands where the norm was simple two-word verb/noun commands. They went on to release 1986's The Fellowship of the Ring, 1987's Shadows of Mordor, and 1989's The Crack of Doom. A BBC Micro text adventure released around the same time was unrelated to Melbourne's titles except for the literary origin. The Lord of Rings: Journey to Rivendell was announced in 1983 by Parker Brothers for the Atari 2600, but was never released In 1990, Interplay, in collaboration with Electronic Arts (who would later obtain the licenses to the film trilogy), released Lord of the Rings Vol.

Jamie Christopherson, Composer: American Wrestler: The Wizard. Whether it be writing evocative orchestral music, recording world instruments on location in exotic places or programming cutting-edge modern synths, multi-award-winning composer Jamie Christopherson has built a reputation for consistently delivering unique, fresh and unexpected scores. He constantly experiments with new ways to create music that.

He is joined by Gandalf, Legolas the elf, Gimli the Dwarf, Aragorn, Boromir, and his three Hobbit friends Merry, Pippin, and Samwise. Through mountains, snow, darkness, forests, rivers and plains, facing evil and danger at every corner the Fellowship of the Ring must go. Their quest to destroy the One Ring is the only hope for the end of the Dark Lords reign. Genre: Adventure, Fantasy.


1 Bill Brown & Jamie Christopherson Go Forth And Conquer 1:22
2 Bill Brown & Jamie Christopherson Mounted Forces 1:51
3 Bill Brown & Jamie Christopherson Rally The Men 1:01
4 Jamie Christopherson Ride By Starlight 2:33
5 Jamie Christopherson Heavy Steps 1:34
6 Jamie Christopherson For The Good Of All 0:59
7 Jamie Christopherson Raising The Army 2:33
8 Jamie Christopherson Long Journey 1:03
9 Bill Brown & Jamie Christopherson Evil Approaches 1:04
10 Bill Brown & Jamie Christopherson Army Of The Dead 2:03
11 Jamie Christopherson Into The Caverns 1:32
12 Jamie Christopherson Arachnophobia 2:35
13 Bill Brown & Jamie Christopherson We Stand Together 1:00
14 Jamie Christopherson Enemy Mines 2:32
15 Bill Brown & Jamie Christopherson Dark Times Ahead 1:07
16 Bill Brown & Jamie Christopherson Escalation 1:04
17 Jamie Christopherson Dark Cave 0:58
18 Bill Brown & Jamie Christopherson Dragon's Lair 1:00
19 Jamie Christopherson Forces Of Evil 0:59
20 Jamie Christopherson Terrible Losses 0:59
21 Bill Brown & Jamie Christopherson Waves Of Hope 1:00

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Electronic Arts


Music from the EA "THE LORD OF THE RINGS" Game Series.

"Grand orchestral recordings for fantasy adventures and epic battles."

The EA Music Library is a partnership between Electronic Arts and APM Music to create outstanding production music using the critically acclaimed music featured in EA's best-selling video games.