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User reviews: Positive (41 reviews)
Release Date: Sep 14, 2012
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Original Soundtrack to FTL: Faster Than Light. Composed by Ben Prunty.

  1. Space Cruise (Title)
  2. MilkyWay (Explore)
  3. Civil (Explore)
  4. Cosmos (Explore)
  5. Deepspace (Explore)
  6. Debris (Explore)
  7. Mantis (Explore)
  8. Engi (Explore)
  9. Colonial (Explore)
  10. Wasteland (Explore)
  11. Rockmen (Explore)
  12. Void (Explore)
  13. Zoltan (Explore)
  14. BONUS Federation
  15. MilkyWay (Battle)
  16. Civil (Battle)
  17. Cosmos (Battle)
  18. Deepspace (Battle)
  19. Debris (Battle)
  20. Mantis (Battle)
  21. Engi (Battle)
  22. Colonial (Battle)
  23. Wasteland (Battle)
  24. Rockmen (Battle)
  25. Void (Battle)
  26. Zoltan (Battle)
  27. Last Stand
  28. Victory
  29. BONUS Horror
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22 of 24 people (92%) found this review helpful
Posted: March 6
Specs for FTL: Faster Than Light Soundtrack:

* Soundtrack length: 02h 04m 24s
* Total size: 228 MB

Base soundtrack:
* Format: MP3
* Length: 01h 32m 37s
* Size: 170 MB (including album art & readme)
* 44100 Hz sample rate
* 256 kpbs bitrate
* Stereo

Advanced Edition soundtrack:
* Format: MP3
* Length: 31m 46s
* Size: 60.8 MB (including album art & readme)
* 44100 Hz sample rate
* 256 kpbs bitrate
* Stereo

Advanced Edition tracklist, since it's not on the store page:

1. Lanius (Battle) 04:20
2. Lost Ship (Battle) 04:05
3. Slug (Battle) 02:20
4. Hacking Malfunction (Battle) 03:11
5. Lanius (Explore) 04:20
6. Lost Ship (Explore) 04:05
7. Slug (Explore) 02:20
8. Hacking Malfunction (Explore) 03:11
9. BONUS Colony Ship (2008) 03:52

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.


Ben Prunty did a great job with these electronic/ambient tunes, which not only fit the game but are quite nice to listen to on their own. With the Advanced Edition & additional bonus music included, and selling for a maximum price of 4 dollars, there's no question that you get great value too.

The version available on Ben Prunty's website is in FLAC, and the in-game music is in 160 kpbs OGG. You can also download the AE music for free from his bandcamp page.

The fact that Ben also hails from my home state is icing on the cake. At least, for me it is.
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80 of 82 people (98%) found this review helpful
Posted: July 19, 2013
Great music, very retro and has lots of emotion. Buy it.
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26 of 27 people (96%) found this review helpful
Posted: October 2, 2014
Great music very suitable for space dreaming ;)
Unfortunately only in MP3-format with 265 kbps. But still better then the Ingame ogg-files with ca. 160 kbps.
On the official Ben Prunty FTL-Soundtrack Website you can buy in FLAC-format (lossless).
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20 of 21 people (95%) found this review helpful
Posted: November 28, 2014
One of the many great things about FTL is its soundtrack and it's worth a purchase on sale to build out your Steam Music library.

ONE IMPORTANT NOTE: After you purchase it, you may not be able to find it to play it on the Steam Music player. When I first tried to launch it, it kept starting the game instead. Go to the Music tab under Library to play it. If it does not already appear in the list, near the top of the screen you will see the Albums pane. Next to it is a small "+" to add music. Click on it to bring up the add music window. In the left window pane, click on "Music" and now in the right, click the button to scan for music again. It should do the trick. The soundtrack is quietly tucked into the FTL game folder on your computer, it can be hard to find at first.
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17 of 17 people (100%) found this review helpful
Posted: October 24, 2014
Probably the best game soundtrack, right up there with half life, and papers please its good
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