- Performer Lone Survivors
- Title Ground Zero
- Date of release 2019
- Style Progressive Metal, Metalcore
- Other formats DMF AA AIFF DXD AC3 ASF MP2
- Genre Rock
- Size MP3 1863 mb
- Size FLAC 1660 mb
- Rating: 4.2
- Votes: 627
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Lone Survivor soundtrack from 2013, composed by Explosions in the Sky, Steve Jablonsky. Released by Metropolis Movie Music in 2014 containing music from Lone Survivor (2013). Never, Never, Never Give Up (Explosions In The Sky). Total Album Time: 65:19.
There are multiple endings in Lone Survivor depending on your actions in-game. The ending is directly determined by your Mental Health score and the Path you take (either Blue, Green or Re. Checking the Mirrors is a good way to gauge your Mental Health. Taking pills can seriously alter the ending that you get. Green pills are only for the 'true' ending (Green) and for the best ending (White). Red pills can help contribute to the Red ending, by taking the pill and then sleeping.
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Lone Survivor, referred to in-game as "You", is the protagonist that has been surviving in isolation for an unknown amount of time when the story begins. He occupies a room in apartment 206, although he claims that he is not the original inhabitant. Very little background information is given about the main character; traces of his personality are gleaned mainly through interaction with other objects and, at times, people
Lone Survivor - Original Soundtrack by Jasper Byrne, released 03 April 2012 1. Blue World 2. Lone Survivor 3. Home 4. Dreams 5. Where Is It Going? 6. Party Time 7. Her 8. Sleep Forever 9. Reflections 10. Medicine 11. The Director 12. Descent 13. Alone 14. Whispers 15. You Know Me 16. The City 17. Survival 18. Moving On Soundtrack to the new psychological survival adventure game of the same name by Jasper Byrne. A strange and haunting journey through crackly indie rock, jazz, trip hop, electronica and ambient soundscapes. lazatoy Beautifully atmospheric in the terms of the game, but outside of those terms this is a damn good album and great soundtrack. If you like good soundtracks, it's well worth the price. Evan Delagardelle The soundtrack to the classic Silent Hill games' best tribute is just as great as one would expect.
|1||Enigmatic Side Effects|
|2||In The Flesh|
|3||Paul The Saint|
|4||Lost In My Mind|
|5||Six Feet Under|
|8||The Circle Of Thought|