The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: The Original Score is out today

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Rockstar Games has today released The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: The Original Score. You can find and download the album on Apple Music as well as Spotify. And if you missed it, don’t forget to check out the Original Soundtrack released last month.

The score is composed by Woody Jackson and features 22 tracks for your enjoyment. As well as Jackson, musicians from around the world have also collaborated their support to the album. So sit back and relax to some truly memorable tunes.

The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2 Original Score’s full tracklist is below:

  1. By 1899, The Age Of Outlaws And Gunslingers Was At An End – Jeff Silverman, Woody Jackson & Luke O’Malley
  2. Outlaws From The West – Woody Jackson
  3. Blessed Are The Peacemakers -Woody Jackson
  4. Mrs. Sadie Adler, Widow -Woody Jackson
  5. Revenge Is A Dish Best Eaten -Mario Batkovic & Woody Jackson
  6. It All Makes Sense Now -Woody Jackson
  7. The Fine Art Of Conversation – Woody Jackson
  8. Banking, The Old American Art -Michael Leonhart & Woody Jackson
  9. There She Is…A Real City, The Future -Mario Batkovic
  10. Everybody Wake Up -Woody Jackson
  11. Welcome To The New World – Senyawa & Colin Stetson
  12. Paradise Mercifully Departed -Senyawa, Woody Jackson & Colin Stetson
  13. Doctor’s Opinion -Colin Stetson
  14. Fleeting Joy -Colin Stetson & Woody Jackson
  15. Icarus And Friends – Colin Stetson, David Ralicke & Jeff Silverman
  16. Country Pursuits -Arca & Woody Jackson
  17. An American Pastoral Scene – Woody Jackson
  18. Blood Feuds, Ancient And Modern – Woody Jackson
  19. Red Dead Redemption – Woody Jackson
  20. The Wheel – Woody Jackson
  21. American Venom – Woody Jackson
  22. American Reprise – Woody Jackson

Red Dead Redemption 2 Original Score is out today. Furthermore, Red Dead Redemption 2 is out now for PS4 and Xbox One.

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