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Rainbow Six: Siege (Original Soundtrack) by Various Artists
Laced Records

Rainbow Six: Siege (Original Soundtrack) by Various Artists

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DISTRIBUTED TITLE: Ubisoft and Laced Records have joined forces to create a special double soundtrack vinyl in celebration of the fifth anniversary of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.

Before there was PUBG and Fortnite, tactical multiplayer shooter Siege enjoyed a quiet launch in mid-2015. The tense Attackers versus Defenders break-and-clear gameplay saw players doing as much tactical planning in advance as reactive shooting in the moment. Thanks to rock solid gameplay, consistent developer support and a rabid core fanbase, the game grew and grew to become one of the most popular shooters in the world with 10s of millions of players and a thriving esports scene.

Initial lead composers Paul Haslinger (formerly of Tangerine Dream) and Ben Frost (TV show Dark) delivered a taught and atmospheric electronic score for the game on launch. They were later joined by Jon Opstad, Will Bates and Danny Cocke, who contributed score music for the five subsequent years of content.

The vinyl set sports two audiophile-quality, heavyweight 180g discs in black and white. These will be housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve.

RELEASE NOTES:

• Double vinyl with black and white discs
• 29 tracks have been specially mastered for vinyl

TRACKLISTING:

Disc 1 - Side A

Rainbow Six Siege Main Theme
Kinetic Engagement
The Crucible
Tournament of Champions
Suri
Sunburnt Country
Vinciguerra

Side B

The Storm
Focused Force
lvS
Rainbow Six Siege: Invitational Theme Music
Home
Purple Heart

Disc 2 – Side A

Secret Service
Countdown
Dr. Mackintosh
Flatline
Complex Assassinations
Deadzone
Load Out

Side B

Shield
Faca na Caveira
Come Closer
Ash
Aftermath
The Fortress
Black Ice
The Perfect Shot
The Hammer and the Scalpel