Copyright 2012

[ July 18th 2012 ]

To commemorate 10 years since the release of Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness, composer Peter Connelly has announced the release of the original Abbey Road Studios music mixes recorded by London Symphony Orchestra in 2002.

"Although it only feels like yesterday, it was 10 years TODAY (18.07.2002) that the soundtrack to Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness was performed by the highly acclaimed London Symphony Orchestra and recorded in the beautiful sounding Studio 1 at Abbey Road Studios, London (UK)." says Connelly on his official web site.

"It was mixed the following day (19.07.2002) by Pete Cobbin (credited as mix engineer on Prometheus, The Kings Speech, Bridget Jones, Lord of the Rings) who was also responsible for the actual recording."

Other original soundtracks already released by Peter Connelly include Herdy Gerdy, Smart Bomb, Speed Zone and Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation.

Peter Connelly's music catalogue - including the special anniversary score from The Angel of Darkness - can be collected by following the fetching orange hyperlink.

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