℗ 2017 Ipecac Recordings
 

Dota 2 (The Official Soundtrack)

Valve Studio Orchestra

Available in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

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Dota 2
Valve Studio Orchestra
1:55
2
Spoils of War
Valve Studio Orchestra
3:38
3
Arcana
Valve Studio Orchestra
3:08
4
Call to Arms
Valve Studio Orchestra
4:38
5
Monkey King
Valve Studio Orchestra
0:41
6
Shifting Snows
Valve Studio Orchestra
3:40
7
Reborn
Valve Studio Orchestra
3:28
8
Wailing Mountains
Valve Studio Orchestra
2:51
9
Startup 2014
Valve Studio Orchestra
2:08
10
Countdown 2014
Valve Studio Orchestra
2:39
11
Battle 2014
Valve Studio Orchestra
0:45
12
Main 2015
Valve Studio Orchestra
1:59
13
Countdown 2015
Valve Studio Orchestra
2:09
14
Battle 2015
Valve Studio Orchestra
1:15
15
Main 2016
Valve Studio Orchestra
1:03
16
Startup 2016
Valve Studio Orchestra
2:04
17
Laning 2016
Valve Studio Orchestra
1:51
18
First Blood
Valve Studio Orchestra
1:20
Total Playing Time    41:12
This is the official soundtrack to the multiplayer online battle game Dota 2 from the Valve Studio Orchestra, a group of musicians who create music for all Valve games.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Ipecac Recordings Studio Masters

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