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Feel crappy all over again with the credits theme from the latest Walking Dead

4:30 PM on 03.12.2014

So many hard choices

Oh Walking Dead: Season 2: Episode 2, how crappy you made me feel with every single one of my choices. More so than any other past episode, I was beside myself every time I had to make sweet little Clemente decide anything.

And then there was that song from the credits, the cover of classic American folk song, "In The Pines." The song was made by long-time Telltale composer, Jared Emerson-Johnson, with vocals by Janel Drewis, who also works as an animator on the development team. That song is now available for free, so you can feel crappy all over again until Episode 3 is released. A full soundtrack to Season Two will be available later this year after the season concludes.

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