Over on Amazon, the track list for Batman: Arkham Origins has been revealed. The score will be done by Christopher Drake, who has worked in the past on various DC Animated Movies: Batman: Under the Red Hood and Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths to name a few. Here's the entire track listing:
1. Arkham Origins Main Titles Christopher Drake 2:52
2. The Night Before Christmas Christopher Drake 2:07
3. Black Mask Escapes Christopher Drake 0:47
4. Killer Croc Christopher Drake 2:03
5. Croc Arrest Christopher Drake 1:01
6. Batwing Storm Damage Christopher Drake 0:39
7. Assassins Christopher Drake 2:41
8. Weapons Deal Christopher Drake 1:04
9. The Final Offer Christopher Drake 1:32
10. Deathstroke Christopher Drake 4:06
11. Winter Comes to Gotham Christopher Drake 2:07
12. Carol of the Bells (Joker's Theme) Christopher Drake 1:29
13. G.C.P.D. Christopher Drake 2:14
14. Can't You Just Play Along? Christopher Drake 2:08
15. Merchant Bank Escape Christopher Drake 1:15
16. Copperhead Christopher Drake 1:30
17. Hallucinations Christopher Drake 2:57
18. Snake in a Box Christopher Drake 0:40
19. Night Patrol Christopher Drake 2:03
20. Regent Hotel Christopher Drake 1:56
21. Bane Christopher Drake 2:29
22. Why Would You Save?me? Christopher Drake 1:28
23. The Thieving Magpie Gioachino Rossini 2:01
24. The Bridge Christopher Drake 1:10
25. Firefly Christopher Drake 6:00
26. I Have Left Enough Life in Him for Some Final Words...If You Hurry Christopher Drake 1:24
27. Allies Christopher Drake 3:04
28. Electric Chair Christopher Drake 1:40
29. One of Us Will Die Christopher Drake 1:09
30. Shadow of the Bat Christopher Drake 2:10
31. Arkham Origins End Titles Christopher Drake 1:49
32. Arkham Origins Suite
Track listings that easily jump out to this reporter are tracks 4 and 5 dealing with Killer Croc, a character not revealed yet. Is he the first assassin? Or just another regular vllain to appear in the game ala Anarky, Penguin, and Joker? Originally, Killer Croc was a mob hitman and the last time that angle was used on the character was the Brian Azzarello/Eduardo Risso's Batman: Broken City.
The other curious track is 23. The Thieving Magpie. Could this be in relation to the C-list Batman villain who has gotten a new audience thanks to the CGI cartoon Beware the Batman? Who knows, but the operatic sample was easily my favorite of the bunch.
Batman: Arkham Origins the game drops on October 25, while Batman: Arkham Origins The Soundtrack hits stores on October 22.
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