Specs for DEFCON Soundtrack:
* Format: MP3
* Soundtrack length: 45m 52s
* Total size: 63 MB
* 44100 Hz sample rate
* 192 kpbs bitrate
Steam downloads game soundtracks to a separate folder in your game's Steamapps directory. You can right-click on a game in your Steam Library, select Properties>Local Files and click Browse Local Files to access that game's directory.
The soundtrack itself consists of 8 tracks with no unique titles. They're basically arranged versions of the music from the game. You can individually extract these yourself - along with about 10 more
minutes of music and
the sound effects from the game, all in OGG format - from the game's sound.dat file...by literally opening it in 7Zip. I love that, by the way. More games need to have their sound effects and such accessible.
As for DEFCON's music, it's still very good stuff; all around haunting, evocative, beautiful and very fitting. If you want to support the musicians/developers, I would still recommend purchasing this. The arrangement makes for easy listening as well (technically easy, that is) so I'd say you still get decent value for your money.