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Portal Collector's Edition Soundtrack Available October 30th

Posted on Tuesday, September 25 @ 10:18:40 PST by Keri_Honea

Valve announced via press release that they will release a four-disc collector's set of the soundtracks from both Portal and Portal 2. The soundtrack from Portal 2 is already available via digitally for free, but this collector's edition will mark the first time that the sounds from Portal have ever been released (legally).

The set includes all of the music composed by Valve as well as Jonathan Coulton's extremely popular "Still Alive" and "Want You Gone." There is even a JC Remix of "Still Alive" on the fourth disc.

The soundtrack will be available on October 30th, and includes the "Turret Lullaby" comic. There is no word on price yet, and sadly, there is nowhere to place a preorder at this time. As the release date approaches, surely Valve will release more information on where to buy and for how much.

As a huge soundtrack junkie and a fan of the tunes from both Portal games, this collector's set is a no-brainer for me. Anyone else as excited?
Related Games:   Portal, Portal 2
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