Enter the piano riff.
Destiny may have roundly sucked on most levels, but among the things it got right was included its stunning, moving orchestral score- the soundtrack that was composed by Marty O’Donnell, the legendary composer who is best known for his work on the original Halo trilogy, and Halo: Reach. It was also the last collaboration between Bungie and O’Donnell, as Bungie fired him a few months ahead of the game’s launch.
If you are interested in seeing (or rather, hearing) what the last collaboration between these two giants wrought, then you are in luck, as the Destiny soundtrack went on sale today. You can purchase it on the iTunes Store; the entire thing will set you back by only $9.99, so it might well be worth it.
Destiny itself launched earlier this month on Xbox and PlayStation platforms; in spite of middling reviews and poor word of mouth, it seems to have done well for itself at retail, and Bungie has promised continuous evolution of the game via updates, patches, DLC, and expansion packs.