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The Halo 2 Original Soundtrack is the official soundtrack released for Bungie Studios' 2004 video game Halo 2. It was released as two separate volumes with a two year time gap. Volume 1 was released at the same time as Halo 2 on November 9, 2004, containing arranged instrumental pieces written by Martin O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori and produced for Sumthing Else as well as "inspired by" tracks from bands Incubus, Hoobastank, and Breaking Benjamin. Volume 2 was released on April 25, 2006 and contains all the game music arranged in a suite form.

Track Listings[edit | edit source]

Volume One[edit | edit source]

No. Title Length
1 "Halo Theme MJOLNIR Mix" (feat. Steve Vai) 4:11
2 "Blow Me Away" (by Brekaking Benjamin) 3:25
3 "Peril" 2:46
4 "Ghosts of Reach" 2:22
5 "Follow (1st Movement of The Odyssey)" (by Incubus) 4:15
6 "Heretic, Hero" 2:34
7 "Flawed Legacy" 1:58
8 "Impend" 2:21
9 "Never Surrender" (feat. Steve Vai) 3:35
10 "Ancient Machine" 1:38
11 "2nd Movement of The Odyssey" (by Incubus) 7:40
12 "In Amber Clad" 1:39
13 "The Last Spartan" 2:18
14 "Orbit of Glass" 1:18
15 "3rd Movement of The Odyssey" (by Incubus) 6:40
16 "Heavy Price Paid" 2:31
17 "Earth City" 3:06
18 "High Charity" 1:59
19 "4th Movement of The Odyssey" (by Incubus) 9:07
20 "Remembrance" 1:17
21 "Connected" by Hoobastank 2:39

TOTAL LENGTH: 69:20

Halo 2 Volume 1 Soundtrack

Volume Two[edit | edit source]

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No. Title Length
1

"Prologue"

  1. "Rising" (0:20)
  2. "Cloistered Expectancy" (0:25)
  3. "Weight of Failure" (1:50)
2:35
2

"Cairo Suite"

  1. "Cold Blue Light" (1:54)
  2. "Waking Spartan" (3:36)
  3. "Jeweled Hull" (2:03)
  4. "Chill Exposure" (2:09)
9:42

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