La-La Land Records (826924128626)
Game soundtrack | Release date: 04/08/2014 | Film release: 2007 | Format: CD
Limited edition: 2000 copies

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# Track Artist/Composer Duration
1.Lair Main Title2:13
2.Breaking the Ice Kevin Kaska1:32
4.Love Theme4:01
5.Diviner Battle Kevin Kaska4:17
6.Darkness Theme3:59
8.Diviner’s Theme2:09
9.Funeral Pyre0:54
10.Blood River Kevin Kaska3:34
11.The Last Straw2:39
12.Bridge Battle3:32
13.Lair Main Menu2:24
16.Serpent Strait2:29
17.Rohn’s Theme2:07
18.The Search for Food/Campfire Discussion3:23
19.Bridge of the Ancients/The Ice Kevin Kaska2:43
20.Mokai Camp Attack/Reach Mokai City4:30
21.Defenses Overrun Kevin Kaska2:33
# Track Artist/Composer Duration
1.The Holy City of Mokai Kevin Kaska2:16
2.Return to Mokai City, Pt. I1:51
3.Preparing for Battle/Maelstrom/After Burners2:38
4.Return to Mokai City, Pt. II3:44
5.Mokai Theme2:15
6.Rohn Is Tricked/Hope1:03
7.Steam Giant1:32
9.Ruins of Mokai1:04
10.Final Attack Kevin Kaska2:09
11.Desert/The Guardians Decide/Prophet Battle2:59
12.The Search for Water/Deadman’s Basin4:59
13.Battle for Asylia4:24
15.Lair Concert Suite11:25
16.Lair Trailer2:11
17.Lair Battle Variation #1–The Hero (synth demo)2:10
18.Rohn Theme–The Quest (synth demo)1:47
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Lair - 10/10 - Review of John Mansell, submitted at
Music for video games and games in general has certainly come a long way, but for one of LA LA LAND records latest releases we go back to 2007, we are presented here with John Debney’s powerful and highly exuberant soundtrack for LAIR. Which was released by Sony and caused something of a stir among gamers worldwide. The composers sweeping score is released here in a 2 disc set and has nearly 2 hours of glorious music contained in a total of 39 tracks which is a far cry from the five track promo that was issued in 2007. The thing that immediately strikes you when you begin to listen to the score is that it posses such power and drive, it is a vibrant and epic work that draws much from the works of John Williams and also at times Basil Poledouris especially his scores for The Conan movies and to a degree FLESH AND BLOOD. Large symphonic orchestra is utilized along with choir and some excellent female solo vocals courtesy of Lisbeth Scott that add an earthy and credible ethnic ambiance to the proceedings. Brass flourishes reminiscent of Williams STAR WARS soundtracks power the score onwards and sweeping strings add not only drama and fervour but also infuse a sense of romanticism to the work, personally apart from the obvious influences of Poledouris, Williams and Goldsmith there are also present nuances and interludes that can be likened to the epic film scores of Rozsa, Waxman and also Korngold. The composer employing bold and grand sounding thematic material that is filled with heroic and fervent flourishes, fanfares and crescendos and laced with numerous musical colours and layers to create a high octane soundtrack that is relentless and un-stoppable. To go into detail I think wont help, let us suffice to say that this is a score that you must own, it is adventurous, dramatic and full of highly effervescent themes. Presented to a high quality by La la Land records, with a informative booklet, disc two also contains the concert suite from LAIR which is also highly recommended. This is a must have soundtrack an essential purchase, just go and get it.

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