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OK, we’ll all admit that some of us were a bit dismissive when Double Dragon Neon was announced for download a while back. But now that the game is out, we’re not ashamed to at least love the soundtrack.

In fact, you can listen to the game’s full arrangement and even buy it from the original composer.

Jake Kaufman has made Double Dragon Neon‘s music available on Bandcamp for your listening pleasure, and it’s an impressive collection of 1980’s style synthetic instruments and electric guitar.

Best song on the album so far?

Definitely “Mango Tango – Neon Jungle.”

Moreover, you can buy the album at any price. Yes, that includes a sum of zero dollars, but if you’ve not going to pick up the game, this killer music should at least be worth tossing Kaufman some monetary appreciation.

Source: Bandcamp

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Get The Double Dragon Neon Soundtrack For Free (Or Buy It Cheap)

OK, we'll all admit that some of us were a bit dismissive when Double Dragon Neon was announced for download a while back. But now that the game is out, we're not ashamed to at least love the soundtrack.

By EGM Staff | 09/12/2012 07:15 PM PT

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OK, we’ll all admit that some of us were a bit dismissive when Double Dragon Neon was announced for download a while back. But now that the game is out, we’re not ashamed to at least love the soundtrack.

In fact, you can listen to the game’s full arrangement and even buy it from the original composer.

Jake Kaufman has made Double Dragon Neon‘s music available on Bandcamp for your listening pleasure, and it’s an impressive collection of 1980’s style synthetic instruments and electric guitar.

Best song on the album so far?

Definitely “Mango Tango – Neon Jungle.”

Moreover, you can buy the album at any price. Yes, that includes a sum of zero dollars, but if you’ve not going to pick up the game, this killer music should at least be worth tossing Kaufman some monetary appreciation.

Source: Bandcamp

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