Bonk: Brink of Extinction was one the more prominent titles to get the big boot once Hudson Entertainment closed. Sure, our impression from last year's E3 was rather lukewarm, but it was still a revival of a beloved property that many of us were anticipating.
The soundtrack (or rather seven pieces of potentially larger soundtrack) have been made public by composer Rich Vreeland, who is also responsible for the music in XBLA's upcoming Fez. It's a very mellow sound that nails the prehistoric mood.
It seems as though this music has been available since last May and is only now making the Internet rounds. Regardless, give it a listen and imagine what could have been.
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destructoid's previous coverage: Bonk: Brink of Extinction