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Assassin's Creed: Revelations (Original Game Soundtrack)
Assassins Creed Revelations Soundtrack
Composer(s): Jesper Kyd
Lorne Balfe
Producer: Hans Zimmer
No. of discs: 3
No. of tracks: 80
Length: 2:41:13
Release date: Nov. 15, 2011
Link: iTunes
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The Assassin's Creed: Revelations soundtrack is a collection of music tracks written by Danish composer Jesper Kyd, alongside Scottish composer Lorne Balfe, that were used as background music in Assassin's Creed: Revelations. Balfe, with producer Hans Zimmer, scored the music for cutscenes and multiplayer, while Kyd composed most of the music for the gameplay elements. It was released online on November 15, 2011.

Track listingEdit

Disc oneEdit

  1. Assassin's Creed Theme - 4:43
  2. Animus Island - 2:52
  3. The Road to Masyaf - 2:55
  4. The Wounded Eagle - 2:01
  5. The Noose Tightens - 1:26
  6. Sailing to Constantinople - 1:34
  7. Master and Mentor - 1:45
  8. Welcome to Kostantiniyye - 3:31
  9. The Crossroads of the World - 3:31
  10. Sofia Sartor - 0:43
  11. Son of Umar - 2:23
  12. No Mistakes - 2:47
  13. The Traitor - 3:38
  14. A Heated Discussion - 1:50
  15. Ambush - 3:08
  16. A Familiar Face - 1:21
  17. Byzantium - 3:23
  18. Nova Roma - 4:02
  19. Templar Occupation - 3:35
  20. Arrocco - 2:31
  21. On the Attack - 4:28
  22. Last of the Palaiologi - 0:56
  23. Yerebatan Cistern - 1:53
  24. Fight or Flight - 2:47
  25. Galata Tower - 2:05
  26. Die By the Blade - 3:05
  27. Forum of Ox - 1:57
  28. Suleiman's Grief - 2:04

Disc twoEdit

  1. Istanbul - 3:00
  2. We Talk Together [sic] - 1:15
  3. Altaïr Escapes - 1:38
  4. Betrayal - 1:12
  5. The Mentor's Return - 1:55
  6. Rebuilding the Brotherhood - 2:00
  7. Of Life and Death - 1:25
  8. Greek Fire - 2:07
  9. An Unsubtle Approach - 0:49
  10. The Hidden City - 0:33
  11. Infiltration - 2:09
  12. Cappadocia - 3:51
  13. Street Fight - 2:22
  14. Mastermind - 1:31
  15. Notorious - 3:10
  16. Constantinopolis - 3:35
  17. Investigation - 2:10
  18. Everything Changes - 3:02
  19. You Have Earned Your Rest - 1:09
  20. Passing the Torch - 0:52
  21. Crossed Swords - 2:02
  22. Scheduled for Deletion - 1:01
  23. Altaïr and Darim - 1:14
  24. The Library - 2:57
  25. The Revelation - 2:25
  26. Labored and Lost - 2:54
  27. Reunion - 0:57
  28. Enough For One Life - 2:03

Disc threeEdit

  1. Abstergo Industries - 2:03
  2. Rhodes - 0:41
  3. The Hunted - 2:09
  4. Antioch - 0:34
  5. The Hunter - 1:55
  6. Kill Streak - 0:37
  7. On The Run - 1:57
  8. Constantinople - 0:42
  9. In the Simulation - 2:10
  10. Find the Target - 2:05
  11. Firenze - 0:40
  12. Welcome to the Fold - 1:42
  13. Souk - 0:35
  14. Chase the Target - 2:03
  15. The Lobby - 1:56
  16. Venezia - 0:46
  17. Let the Chase Begin - 2:04
  18. Siena - 0:36
  19. Tracking Templar - 2:12
  20. Castel Gandolfo - 0:41
  21. On a Kill Streak - 0:46
  22. The Pursuit - 2:00
  23. Assassinate the Target - 1:54
  24. San Donato - 0:44

TriviaEdit

  • Only Volume/Disc 1 of the soundtrack was included with the Signature Edition of Assassin's Creed: Revelations.
  • Despite the length of the soundtrack, a few pieces of music were not released: these include music from the memories "A Hard Ride" and "End of the Road", Den Defense gameplay, and "Party Hard" from the fourth memory of Desmond's Journey.
  • In early September 2011[1], Ubisoft partnered with the music-recording website UJAM and held a singing contest to determine a vocalist for the main theme of Assassin's Creed: Revelations. Participants could submit one entry per person until September 19th. Entries were judged based on community votes, with the top 20 submissions advancing to a jury consisting of Zimmer, Balfe, and Ubisoft's music producer, Simon Landry. The winner was 18-year-old Madeline Bell, who was credited in the game and the music album.[2]

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