Silicon Knights knows a good thing when they hear it. The soundtrack to Too Human is one of them, so that's why they've decided to release a soundtrack CD, and it's now available for purchase.
Composed by Steve Henifin, and performed by the FILMharmonic Orchestra and Choir Prague, the Too Human soundtrack is mixed in a continuous format, with a play time of an hour. The music from Too Human was just nominated for the "Best Original Video Game Score" by the Hollywood Music Awards.
The game Too Human is based on Norse mythology, retold as a technologically advanced lost civilization. Great care was taken to maintain the Old Norse setting, and this goes for the music as well. The soundtrack feature period instruments, such as the Hardanger, Lyre, Alpenhorn and Langeleik, and Old Norse vocals that are loosely based off of the Norse Eddur.
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