The cover of the soundtrack

The Supreme Commander Official Soundtrack, featuring the music from Supreme Commander is only available as a download-only album on DirectSong[1]. The music is in DRM-free MP3 format at 320 kbit/s. Included with the download, is the soundtrack cover, should the user chose to burn the CD, and print out a cover for his CD case. Shortly after the release of Forged Alliance in November 2007, additional tracks from the expansion appeared on the album at no extra charge to anyone who purchased the album. Tracks 24 and after are all from Forged Alliance, adding almost 40 minutes of playtime.

The score for Supreme Commander was composed by Jeremy Soule, who is most famous for his compositions for the w:c:Guild Wars series, The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Jeremy Soule also composed the music for the game's spiritual predecessor, Total Annihilation. Throughout the soundtrack, the music is consistent in that there is an epic feel to all of the tracks, while having them all of the same musical style. The main theme to the game, can be heard in at least half of the tracks, and is heavily present in the tracks Risk, Relief and Victory, An Old Idea Made New, The Final Cataclysm, and The Future Battlefield (E3 Trailer). During the game, the music changes dynamically to best try to match the feeling of the current game. For example, if the player is all alone developing his base, then a calm music will play. If however he is currently hosting a massive battle, then the music will switch to a battle theme. Just like Starcraft, the music heard in game also depends on your faction, as each have their own theme.

Although Supreme Commander's E3 2006 trailer theme is present on the soundtrack, Forged Alliance's E3 2007 Trailer isn't.

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