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FLAC (766 kbps, 216 MB)
Ogg Vorbis (q8.0, 225 kbps, 63.7 MB)
AAC/MP4/.m4a (q0.65, 231 kbps, 66.0 MB)
MP3 (V0, 255 kbps, 72.2 MB)

Track listing:

1. Aliens Again - 2:10
2. Chomber - 2:29
3. Fat Man - 1:31
4. Flippant - 1:21
5. Flowers in Heaven - 2:43
6. Freedom - 2:08
7. Guardians - 1:39
8. Landing - 3:17
9. Leela - 3:33
10. New Pacific - 1:39
11. New Pacific (reprise) - 3:06
12. Rapture - 1:48
13. Rushing - 2:01
14. Splash (Marathon) - 4:42
15. Swirls - 2:32
16. What About Bob? - 2:57
(total: 39:35)

Creator's comments (please read before sharing):

Given that I doubt I'll ever finish my scenario, this can stand as my tribute to the creators of the Marathon trilogy. Several years ago I imported all of Alexander Seropian's music from the first game into a midi editor, added a bunch of reverb and panning, and re-exported the whole thing as .aiff files. There were a lot of immature mistakes I made - if I'd known a damn thing about how digital audio worked I would've turned the volume levels way down so that there was no clipping, and a couple of tracks cut off early due to a bug in QuickTime's .aiff exporter - but on the whole I'm fairly pleased with how they turned out, although obviously they're not a patch on Craig Hardgrove's excellent remixes. (I have also repaired the clipping and cutoffs as best I can - iZotope RX is a wonderful program.) In any case I figured that it was time for other people to finally be able to listen to them, although I'm not sure anyone will.

This music is being distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license, which means you can distribute and modify it as you see fit as long as you do not profit monetarily from doing so and you keep this information with it.

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