The early years discussion: IR8, Wildhearts, Steve Vai, Noisescapes, etc
#269963 by duffeknol
Fri Jun 03, 2011 6:17 pm

So uh, yeah. I honestly can't find a single shred of music, not on the internet, nor even on youtube. Does this even exist? One of the mods here once posted that Dev did do the music for this game but that's seriously the ONLY damn thing I can find out about it.

Octillus wrote:Well Dev did do material for the Brotherhood of Steel game. Even though everything prior to 3 wasn't developed by Bethesda... I'm just sayin'
#295265 by hunter_mc
Mon Feb 06, 2012 6:41 pm
Interesting... I saw this thread here a few days ago so I downloaded .iso files of both the PS2 and Xbox versions of the game. I tried digging through the files on the disc, but there's not any .wav or .mp3 or any common formats. Most of the larger files on the disc are .clp files, which appears to some kind of proprietary format. So no luck on that front, yet. I may just end up ordering a used copy of the game off of Amazon, but even then I'd have to play through the whole thing, and try to capture the audio-out. Plus there would be sounds effects and stuff over the music.

I also found some more info while Googling:
This page lists all of the other bands on the soundtrack (Killswitch Engage, Slipknot, Chiamaira, Messugah, etc.) including the song titles and which albums they come off of. For Devin, however, it just lists "20 Ambient Music Tracks" and "2 Battle Music Tracks." ... soundtrack
This page however, lists 14 ambient tracks credited to Matt Gruber, and again lists all of the tracks by the other bands, but nothing specifically to Devin. ... /techinfo/
This page lists the full game credits including "Composer - Ambient and Battle Music - Devin Townsend" and "Composer - Additional Ambient Music - Matt Gruber"

Anyway, if I am able to find a way to rip the audio out of this thing, I'll be sure to let everyone know.
#314332 by Raithfyre
Sun Dec 23, 2012 3:19 pm
Hm... I wonder if this is related to "Catwalk," the "Fucker" rework from "Stuff That Was Almost Stuff" in "Contain Us." (That sentence needs more titles.) If I recall correctly, he said that he originally wrote the song to be part of the soundtrack in a video game, submitted it, and never heard back about it, so he decided to just release it on his own.

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