Various ‎– Deus Ex (Game Of The Year Edition Soundtrack)

Eidos Interactive ‎– MDEUSPUS72, Eidos Interactive ‎– SDEUSPUS70, Eidos Interactive ‎– PDEUSPUS78, Eidos Interactive ‎– MDEUSPUS71
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Only available in the North America with the Deus Ex Game Of The Year Edition game.

CD-Extra contains a Windows desktop theme and SDK for the game.

(C) 2001 ION Storm. ION Storm and Deus Ex names and logos are trademarks of ION Storm, L.P. All rights Reserved.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 7 88687 80010 5
  • Barcode (Scanned): 788687800105
  • Matrix / Runout (Game Disk): MDEUSPUS71 R1J 12
  • Mastering SID Code (Game Disk): IFPI L239
  • Mould SID Code (Game Disk): IFPI 4121
  • Matrix / Runout (Soundtrack): MDEUSPUS72 R1J 13 Z
  • Mastering SID Code (Soundtrack): IFPI L239
  • Mould SID Code (Soundtrack): IFPI 4121

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MPSI 37734, MPSI 37735 Various Deus Ex (Game Of The Year Edition)(CD-ROM + CDr, Enh) Eidos Interactive, Eidos Interactive MPSI 37734, MPSI 37735 US 2001 Sell This Version
none Various Deus Ex (Game Of The Year Edition)(41xFile, MP3, VBR) none US Unknown


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December 16, 2018
Music played a very important part of this game. Both melodic and atmospheric, it blends the retro and modern (as it then was...), epitomising the themes of mystery, scientific breakthrough, the metropolis and it's criminal underworlds.
Some tracks hearken back to the 70s (particularly German) experimental music scene envoking a similar vibe to Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze and perhaps a splash of Jean Michel Jarre. The tracks that play during the action sequences are more techno inspired with perhaps a bit of breakbeat thrown in too. My favourite moments however are the moments in the game where you are left to explore your surroundings, and in these moments the melodies take over; tracks such as the Du Clare Chateau , NYC Streets, UNATCO, and Versalife (among others) are all tracks I could simply listen to, forgetting that they belong to a videogame soundtrack.

Recommended for fans of 70's Tangerine Dream, Carbon Based Lifeforms and 90s ambient (Biosphere, The Orb etc).