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Blizzard music collection Echoes of War gets re-released


1:40 PM on 05.26.2009
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Not too long ago we told you about Echoes of War, a collection of music from Blizzard game scores performed by the incredible Eminence Symphony Orchestra. It was so good that it disappeared. Now it returns in a standard edition reprinting, now with a new limited-time price.

Songs from Warcraft III, World of Warcraft, Wrath of the Lich King, StarCraft, StarCraft II, Diablo II, Diablo III, and even StarCraft: Ghost are on this two-disc collection. It also features bonus tracks arranged by Kow Otani, composer of Shadow of the Colossus

We're told that pre-ordering now will get you a $5 discount on the collection, letting you nab Echoes of War for $19.99. This deal is good until June 16th. I need to get on this. Are you interested?






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