Dreamfall OST Cover

Front cover of the Official Soundtrack release from June 13th, 2006.

The score of Dreamfall was composed by Leon Willett with additional contributions.

The Official Soundtrack CD release Edit

An original soundtrack release was available June 13th, 2006, comprising the following tracks.

1 Dreamfall Theme Leon Willett 2:40 score main menu
2 The Hospital Room Leon Willett 2:23 score cutscene, intro
3 Casablanca Leon Willett 3:42 score cutscene/gameplay
4 JIVA Leon Willett 2:25 score
5 Reza's Apartment Leon Willett 3:50 score
6 Northlands Forest Leon Willett 3:13 score
7 Newport Leon Willett 3:00 score
8 The Underground Cave Leon Willett 2:40 score
9 Marcuria Leon Willett 2:44 score
10 Meeting April Ryan/April's Theme Leon Willett 2:22 score
11 Necropolis Leon Willett 1:49 score
12 Sadir Leon Willett 3:18 score
13 WATIcorp Leon Willett 6:04 score
14 The Swamplands Leon Willett 3:15 score
15 Kian's Theme Leon Willett 2:54 score
16 Zoë's Theme Leon Willett 1:29 score
17 St Petersburg Simon Poole 2:00 score
18 The Factory Simon Poole 1:12 score
19 Lana & Maud (edit) Slipperhero aka Simon Poole 2:09 source music cutscene, The Fringe conversation
20 Clay (edit) Octavcat 2:37 score
21 Rush Ingvild Hasund 3:16 score gameplay, last Casablanca sequence
22 Faith Morten Sørlie 2:40 score
total playing time ~ 61 minutes

Even 'Magnet' Johansen Edit

Dreamfall also features four songs by rock musician Even 'Magnet' Johansen, of which 'Nothing Hurts Now' is the easiest to catch. Magnet's music also formed part of a promotional EP. The songs are included on an extra CD that comes with the Dreamfall Limited Edition. It was also released at retail in Norway, and can still be ordered online.

'Be With You' was composed specifically for the game. The other songs are from other Magnet albums; 'My Darling Curse' and 'Nothing Hurts Now' can be found on Magnet's album On Your Side (2003), and 'The Pacemaker' on the album The Tourniquet (2005).

  • Be With You
  • My Darling Curse
  • The Pacemaker
  • Nothing Hurts Now

Availability of the Soundtrack Edit

The official, physical CD release of the game's score is difficult to acquire these days. Ebay and Amazon marketplace might still be good sources. In the meantime, the soundtrack has become available in different form. A purchase of the Dreamfall game on, for example, comes with the entire score exactly as found on CD.

The soundtrack was also released by Funcom on iTunes for digital download, on June 7th, 2006.

Trivia Edit

  • After seven minutes of silence, the last CD track "Faith" plays a hidden message. The music at the beginning of track 22 is just about 2:40 long, while the entire track takes 9:32 to complete.
  • Some players have tried to interpret the track title "Lana & Maud" as names of Dreamfall characters (namely the twins). However, this is just a third track by composer Simon Poole – who uses his online identity "slipperhero" here. Music and title track likely predate the Dreamfall project.[1]
  • "Lana & Maud (edit)" is also used during Dreamfall Chapters and can be heard in front of the "White Swallow"/"Pub Lick" clubs in Propast.

References Edit

  1. RTG forum - clarification from Ragnar
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