This artwork is equal parts silly and epic and we’re obsessed! Available starting today, the GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: ORIGINAL VIDEO GAME SOUNDTRACK features tunes the fictional eighties underground heavy metal band Space Rider (with music by composer Richard Jacques).
Playing perfectly in theme, the album artwork looks straight out of an 80s television parent nightmare (and every 80’s kids dream.) Two soundtrack releases feature original music written for the game. Additionally, the Marvel’s GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: ORIGINAL VIDEO GAME SOUNDTRACK playlist features 30 iconic licensed tracks from legendary artists such as Mötley Crüe, Bonnie Tyler, Billy Idol, Pat Benatar, Def Leppard, BLONDIE, and many more. All songs on the playlist will also be featured in the game itself.
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: ORIGINAL VIDEO GAME SOUNDTRACK features score by BAFTA and Ivor Novello-nominated composer Richard Jacques (Mass Effect, James Bond 007: Blood Stone) who recorded the heroic, original thematic score and epic intergalactic symphony at Abbey Road Studios.
Space Rider, the debut album by Star-Lord Band, the (fictional) eighties underground heavy metal act, is co-composed by Steve Sczepkowski and Yohann Boudreault. The songs of Space Rider have an origin story all their own: In the game’s narrative, Peter Quill takes the name Star-Lord from his favorite band of the same name. With music being an important part of the Guardians universe, an entire album was created for the game.
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Marvel’s GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY video game is available on PlayStation 5 console, PlayStation 4 console, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One consoles, PC, and streaming via GeForce NOW on October 26, 2021.
Marvel’s GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: CLOUD VERSION for Nintendo Switch also coming to select regions October 26, 2021.