Black Ops Soundtrack by World at War Composer

By John Colaw

November 4, 2010

Black Ops is one of the most anticipated games of the year, as the new Call of Duty is year after year. Activision has revealed today that the Composer for the game’s Soundtrack is none other than Sean Murray who did the soundtrack to Treyarch’s last Call of Duty game, World at War. The soundtrack is digital-only and will be available through iTunes for $11.99 or $.99 for each song. Seeing as there are 30 tracks on this, I would suggest not buying them individually. But hey, maybe you only want the song from the credits, what do I know?

The soundtrack will be released next Tuesday, November 9th which is the same day Black Ops itself comes out. Coincidence? I think not. I’m on to you Activision…

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John Colaw

John is what you might call something of a badass. When he's not writing about games or playing them, he's playing in the Kansas City band "Documentary" and drinking as many different beers as often as he can. He's a huge comic nerd in the best sense of the term, with a particular love for the Creator Owned movement.

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