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    Onion Kid
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    Music LIKE Deus Ex Human Revolution ?

    Can someone recommend me some music that's similar to the music in DeusEx: Human Revolution ?

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    WHOA, 160+ VIEWS and nobody has bothered replying ??? I'm sure SOMEONE know what I'm talking about .
    Common people, don't be shy.

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    Uh, the other Deus Ex soundtracks?
    Haven't played HR so I don't know.
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    Michael McCann is the composer so check stuff out by him.

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    here's a playlist of him and zimmer

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    Off the top of my head...

    TRON: Legacy
    Blade Runner

    Also, artists like:
    Aes Dana
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    Quote Originally Posted by impudent urinal View Post
    Uh, the other Deus Ex soundtracks?
    Haven't played HR so I don't know.
    If you haven't played the game or listen to some of its soundtracks, how could you make that comment? The other DX games were released almost ten years apart: different composers, different soundtracks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssri View Post
    If you haven't played the game or listen to some of its soundtracks, how could you make that comment? The other DX games were released almost ten years apart: different composers, different soundtracks.
    1. I framed it as a question for that very reason. It was just a cheeky, funny comment. Don't get your dick caught in your zipper.
    2. I have played it since then and I don't see why he would want it or one like it. Only the main title theme was really worth listening to on it's own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by impudent urinal View Post
    1. I framed it as a question for that very reason. It was just a cheeky, funny comment. Don't get your dick caught in your zipper.
    2. I have played it since then and I don't see why he would want it or one like it. Only the main title theme was really worth listening to on it's own.
    Different strokes for different folks.

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    Michael McCann also composed music for XCOM: Enemy Unknown and Splinter Cell: Double Agent. Check out [Hidden link. Register to see links.]

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    Michael McCann, a.k.a. Behavior, also released a pretty good soundtrack for Splinter Cell: Double Agent. He used to have a link off his old website ([Hidden link. Register to see links.]) that allowed you to download it, but with his new look, I'm not sure if its there or not.

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    I really dig his work. Loved what he did on the new X-com and Deus Ex. Look forward to more tracks like that
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