The Last of Us soundtrack composed by Gustavo Santaolalla headed to Music Unlimited

Friday, 17th May 2013 18:25 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

In more The Last of Us news, the game’s soundtrack is heading to Sony’s Music Unlimited. It will be made available in a “few weeks,” meaning you should probably expect it when the game releases. To get a taste of what to expect, Naughty Dog has released a video featuring Academy Award winner Gustavo Santaolalla who created the soundtrack. It’s the first time the composer has worked on a video game, and you can get an idea of what his process was like below. The Last of Us is out worldwide on June 14.



  1. Beta

    My excitement for the ost may just rival my excitement for the game. :D I’m a sucker for a good soundtrack.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. YoungZer0

    Hell yes! I love Gustavo’s work. I remember I also heard his work the first time in Michael Mann’s “The Insider”. Absolutely great scene and the song fit so perfectly. You could almost feel the tension and the weight of the character.

    The name of the track is “Iguazu” and it was also on the Ronroco Album.

    Fantastic album.

    The weight and melancholy in his tracks is something only a few composer are able to create. Alejandro’s movies would be so much less impactful without his work.

    #2 2 years ago

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