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- "Regardless of the level of success THE FORCE UNLEASHED 2 ultimately obtains, music fans can certainly find solace in composer MARK GRISKEY’s original score - as it remains a true highlight of the game once again."
- ―Christopher Coleman
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II soundtrack is a promotional release, not available for purchase. It is about 50 minutes long and features main themes and ambient cues Mark Griskey created to tell the story and help define the plot in the video game. The music for this release was compiled and edited by Jesse Harlin. The final game score includes extensive use of John Williams' original themes from the six films of Star Wars saga, bridging a gap between the music of the prequel trilogy and the original trilogy. Unlike the previous game's soundtrack, this soundtrack pulls more from the scores of the films, primarily from the score of The Empire Strikes Back, however instead of tracking the recordings of John Williams' themes in, Mark Griskey instead opted to recompose certain themes from the film, for instance, "Assault on Kamino" contains the Imperial March and Battle of Hoth motifs from The Empire Strikes Back, and Mystery theme from Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, and the final track, "The Reunion of Juno and Starkiller" ends with the Carbon Freeze motif from The Empire Strikes Back.
- Main Title and Test Chamber (4:48)
- Escape from Kamino (5:38)
- Arrival on Cato Neimoidia (3:20)
- The Hanging City (6:20)
- Fighting the Gorog (5:44)
- Discovering Dagobah and the Cave (6:58)
- Aboard the Salvation (6:52)
- Assault on Kamino (5:36)
- The Reunion of Juno and Starkiller (4:21)
Total time: 49:37
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- Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords (soundtrack)
- Star Wars: Republic Commando (soundtrack)
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars (soundtrack)
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