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Jeremy Soule's Monster Galaxy soundtrack now available

9:00 AM on 06.13.2012 // Jayson Napolitano

Yes, Jeremy Soule, the composer of the last three Elder Scrolls titles, Guild Wars, and countless other games is also responsible for Gaia Online's Monster Galaxy soundtrack. While they failed to mention that important fact in their press release that went out today, I think it's pretty big news.

The entire 26-track album is now available on iTunes for a mere $0.99, so there's little excuse not to check it out. If you happen to do so, come back and let us know what you think. Maybe you'll find you like it even better than his epic 4-disc soundtrack for Skyrim

Gaia Interactive releases the soundtrack to its epic adventure franchise Monster Galaxy!

San Jose, Calif., June 12th 2012

Gaia Interactive, the world-class social gaming publisher of Monster Galaxy, recently announced the release of the Official Monster Galaxy Videogame soundtrack. Players now have the opportunity to experience the music of Monster Galaxy in 26 original tracks that will take them through the most iconic battles and game locations, including Sunshire, Pueblonia and the Zodiac Islands. The entire 26 track Soundtrack is available for digital download on iTunes for only 99 cents.

“Our users are a loving and loyal fan base, said Christopher Castagnetto, Senior Marketing Product Manager at Gaia Interactive, and we want to take this opportunity to not only make the soundtrack available, per their requests, but to make it available at a considerable discount as a way of thanking our players for their continued love and support.”

Visit the iTunes store and download the soundtrack at

The Monster Galaxy franchise recently achieved a major milestone, crossing 25 million players worldwide, making it among the most widely recognized brands in online gaming. In addition to the Soundtrack release, Gaia has teamed up with Radar Pictures to work on an upcoming Monster Galaxy Live Action Motion Picture. Gaia and Radar have partnered with writer Reinhard Denke to develop a unique, fun and action packed script. The Monster Galaxy Motion Picture promises to deliver Gaia's unique characters and fantastic world while leveraging Radar Pictures’ vast experience in the movie industry to make the project massively appealing to audiences beyond fans of the game. More details regarding the Monster Galaxy Motion Picture will be announced in 2012.

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About Gaia Interactive

Founded in 2003, Gaia Interactive makes games that capture the imagination. As a pioneer in virtual goods, our profitable titles have given us a solid foundation in the social and mobile space, and pointed us toward bigger successes ahead. With beautiful artwork and compelling game design, our games have delighted millions of players -- and we're just getting started. Here’s your opportunity to put your passion to work with our world-class engineers and the awesome creative team that put Gaia Online on the map: help us take Gaia Online from the world’s largest forum community to a multi-platform social and mobile gaming powerhouse! For more information, visit

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