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Sorcery [Limited Edition, Soundtrack]

Mark Mancina Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (June 19, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition, Soundtrack
  • Label: La-La Land Records
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #398,595 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Sorcery
2. Blue Skies over Ordale
3. The Mothertree
4. The Nightmare Queen
5. Undead Soldiers
6. The Island of Lochbarrow
7. Big Key Big Door
8. Keymaster Battle
9. Trouble Is Brewing
10. Dash Is Defeated
11. Bogey Village
12. Magic Doors
13. Between Worlds
14. Bogeys Attack Ordale
15. Spell Nexus
16. The Endless Stair
17. Elf Assassin
18. Shadow Stalkers
19. Forest Guardian
20. Faerie Forest
See all 28 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

La-La Land Records and SCEA present the original score to the new videogame Sorcery. Renowned film composer Mark Mancina (Shooter, Speed, Twister, Bad Boys) brings his cinematic musical muscle to this exciting, fantasy-based, dungeon-crawling game in which the player is a powerful sorcerer's apprentice who must master the Magick of the Faerun in order to drive back the Nightmare Queen, who has broken an age-old contract with mankind. Mancina fashions a powerful, imaginative musical score that whisks the listener into the game's fantastic world and beyond. This special CD release is limited to 3000 Units. Sorcery, the videogame, is in stores everywhere on May 22, 2012.

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4.0 out of 5 stars A Light Fanciful Journey In True Mancina Fashion June 29, 2012
Mark Mancina is one of those iconic genre setting composers whose work is just a pure joy to listen to. I think about everyone in my generation grew up with Bad Boys, Speed and Twister, which have amazing scores to them. He was an essential part of Hans Zimmer's team on The Lion King and really helped make the broadway music version what it is. His collaborations with Antoine Fuqua have produced great scores like Training Day and Shooter. August Rush was an amazing musical journey and now we have Mark Mancina adding is wonder to the Playstation 3 universe.

Sorcery is a score of pure wonder. Infused with grounding signature Mancina melodies and a Scottish flair, the music absorbs you into a magical world. We quickly establish a flavor for the score and then we dive in. The first part of the album is quiet and moody as it builds a shadowy atmosphere. The fantasy element of the game comes shining through as well. The gameplay music is built very strongly and it keeps a certain energy without getting too crazy. It's hard to imagine this as a video game score since the tracks rise and fall as if it were scoring a locked picture. The short track times are also uncharacteristic of a video game score. The tone is right on the money; we never get into super dark territory but there's just enough uneasiness to it all. The score wraps up in a light fanciful fashion that gives off a grand feel.

Sorcery is really a wonderful delight from a composer who I've grown up listening to. The score really pulls you in from the start and takes you on a very enjoyable journey. The score is light and lacks any heavy emotional weight to it, but it makes up for it by crafting a well rounded sonic universe. There's almost an hour of music on La-La Land's release and it will surely not disappoint. A great refreshing score from Mancina who we haven't heard enough of lately.
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