8-Bit Rebellion! (soundtrack)

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8-Bit Rebellion!
Soundtrack album by Linkin Park
Released April 26, 2010 (2010-04-26)
Recorded 2009–2010
Genre Video game score
Length 30:54 (Original list)
33:23 (Track list with "Blackbirds" video)
29:14 (Hi - res track list)
Label Warner Bros., Machine Shop
Producer Mike Shinoda
Linkin Park soundtrack chronology
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen – The Score (with Steve Jablonsky)
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8-Bit Rebellion!
(2010)
Mall
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8-Bit Rebellion! is the soundtrack album for the online video game of the same name, consisting of songs recorded by American rock band Linkin Park.[1] It was released on April 26, 2010 via Warner Bros. and Machine Shop and produced by Mike Shinoda. This is the fourth soundtrack released by the band. The previous soundtrack Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen – The Score, released in June 12, 2009 in the UK and June 23, 2009 in the United States, was a collaborated film score album with music composer Steve Jablonsky for the 2009 Transformers sequel Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

Composition[edit]

The soundtrack contains the 8-Bit remix/instrumental of some songs by the band recorded for their previous studio albums, such as Hybrid Theory (2000), Meteora (2003), and Minutes to Midnight (2007) with exception for the songs "Qwerty" from Linkin Park's sixth LP Underground EP LP Underground 6.0 (2006), "New Divide" from the second Transformers original motion picture soundtrack Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen The Album (2009), and many songs recorded separately for the soundtrack which are not actually a song, after the eighth track. The unreleased studio recording of "Blackbirds" was released for the soundtrack separately as a song to be unlocked by playing the game.

The soundtrack also includes the original songs from their three previous studio albums, known as the "hi - res" (hi-resolution) for the soundtrack. Mark Wrong is the additional musician from tracks nine to twelve on the soundtrack's original track listing.

Track listing[edit]

The game includes 8-Bit and original versions of their major songs:

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "One Step Closer" (8-Bit) Linkin Park 2:40
2. "Crawling" (8-Bit) Linkin Park 1:50
3. "In the End" (8-Bit) Linkin Park 2:17
4. "Faint" (8-Bit) Linkin Park 2:26
5. "QWERTY" (8-Bit) Linkin Park 2:49
6. "Hands Held High" (8-Bit) Linkin Park 2:47
7. "No More Sorrow" (8-Bit) Linkin Park 3:43
8. "New Divide" (8-Bit) Linkin Park 2:51
9. "Apartment Theme" (Bonus) Linkin Park, Mark Wrong 0:49
10. "Boss Theme" (Bonus) Linkin Park, Mark Wrong 3:11
11. "Mall Theme" (Bonus) Linkin Park, Mark Wrong 0:53
12. "Pre-Boss Theme" (Bonus) Linkin Park, Mark Wrong 1:39
13. "Blackbirds" Linkin Park 2:59
Total length: 30:54

After beating the game and stopping PixxelKorp, the player unlocks a previously unreleased recorded song, titled "Blackbirds" along with its official music video. It can be listened to in the online video game.[2] This song is also available on the iTunes Deluxe Edition of Linkin Park's fourth studio album, A Thousand Suns (2010).

Personnel[edit]

Linkin Park (for the Hi - res list)

Additional Personnel

  • Mark Wrong - instruments

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