To the Moon Soundtrack (by Kan R. Gao feat. Laura Shigihara)

To the Moon Soundtrack

Genre: Score
Date: 2011
Audio codec: MP3
Quality: 320 kbs
Playtime: 1:14:05

01. To the Moon - Main Theme
02. Between a Squirrel and a Tree
03. Spiral of Secrets
04. For River - Piano (Sarah & Tommy's Version)
05. Bestest Detectives in the World
06. Too Bad So Sad
07. Teddy
08. Uncharted Realms
09. Having Lived
10. Moonwisher
11. Born a Stranger
12. For River - Piano (Johnny's Version)
13. Lament of a Stranger
14. Everything's Alright (Music Box)
15. Moongazer
16. Anya by the Stars
17. Take Me Anywhere
18. Warning (AKA best track ever)
19. Beta-B
20. World's Smallest Ferris Wheel
21. Once Upon a Memory
22. Once Upon a Memory (Piano)
23. Laura Shigihara - Everything's Alright
24. Everything's Alright (Reprise)
25. Tomorrow
26. Launch
27. To the Moon - Piano (Ending Version)
28. Eva's Ringtone
29. Trailer Theme - Part 1
30. Trailer Theme - Part 2 (feat. Laura Shigihara)
31. Trailer Theme - Part 2 (Instrumental)

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11 Comments on “To the Moon Soundtrack (by Kan R. Gao feat. Laura Shigihara)

  1. First of all, i don’t know the composers. Secondly, i don’t even know this game exist in this world. And the cover picture doesn’t do the justice. However, if you think that this soundtrack would be lame, i can assure you that you are damn wrong. The tracks are fantastic! They are imaginative, coherent in many ways & beautiful in its melody. I don’t exaggerate it, okay! Just download & listen, you’ll understand what i was talking about. 31 tracks of mind-blowing & heart-warming audio experience will fly you to the moon.

  2. I can assure you if you go watch cry or pewdiepie on youtube play this youll be in love with the sound track it is amazing(: dont forget to cry !! *brofist*

  3. Awesome soundtrack for a fantastic game. I was already in tears when I reached For River by Tommy and Sarah. Thanks for the delivery.

    If you haven’t played this game, you definitely must. You can beat it in a single sit, but it has a save feature. It’s short, but it’s incredibly deep and meaningful. More than most of the games that are coming in the last 2 or 3 years. Totally worth it.

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