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Release Date: Sep 24, 2014

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The Portal 2 soundtrack was released in three volumes: The first, titled Volume 1, was released on May 25, 2011; Volume 2 on July 1, 2011, Volume 3 on Sept. 30, 2011.

Track list:

Disc 1
1. Science is Fun 02:33
2. Concentration Enhancing Menu Initialiser 02:17
3. 9999999 03:11
4. The Courtesy Call 03:37
5. Technical Difficulties 03:22
6. Overgrowth 02:51
7. Ghost of Rattman 04:06
8. Haunted Panels 01:36
9. The Future Starts With You 03:22
10. There She Is 04:21
11. You Know Her? 03:11
12. The Friendly Faith Plate 02:59
13. 15 Acres of Broken Glass 05:00
14. Love as a Construct 04:57
15. I Saw a Deer Today 03:13
16. Hard Sunshine 02:48
17. I'm Different 04:29
18. Adrenal Vapor 02:36
19. Turret Wife Serenade 01:39
20. I Made It All Up 03:56
21. Comedy = Tragedy + Time 03:30
22. Triple Laser Phase 04:15

Disc 2
1. You Will Be Perfect 02:39
2. Halls Of Science 4 04:35
3. (defun botsbuildbots () (botsbuildbots)) 04:07
4. An Accent Beyond 02:58
5. Robot Ghost Story 03:07
6. Die Cut Laser Dance 02:00
7. Turret Redemption Line 03:23
8. Bring Your Daughter To Work Day 02:40
9. Almost At Fifty Percent 01:59
10. Dont Do It 05:16
11. I AM NOT A MORON! 03:47
12. Vitrification Order 06:34
13. Music of the Spheres 03:39
14. You are Not Part of the Control Group 03:24
15. Forwarding the Cause of Science 03:41
16. PotatOS Lament 01:59
17. The Reunion 03:46
18. Music of the Spheres 2 (Incendiary Lemons) 02:44

Disc 3
1. Reconstructing More Science 02:37
2. Wheatley Science 02:29
3. FrankenTurrets 04:08
4. Machiavellian Bach 04:02
5. Excursion Funnel 04:32
6. TEST 06:14
7. The Part Where He Kills You 03:23
8. Omg, What has He Done? 02:24
9. Bombs for Throwing at You 05:48
10. Your Precious Moon 01:55
11. Caroline Deleted 01:50
12. Cara Mia Addio 02:34
13. Want You Gone 02:22
14. Spaaaaace 00:46
15. Space Phase 01:33
16. Some Assembly Required 01:51
17. Robot Waiting Room #1 02:14
18. Robot Waiting Room #2 02:14
19. Robot Waiting Room #3 02:14
20. Robot Waiting Room #4 02:14
21. Robot Waiting Room #5 02:14
22. Robot Waiting Room #6 02:06
23. You Saved Science 00:48
24. Robots FTW 03:38

The Portal 2 soundtrack will be downloaded to your computer as MP3 files. You must have Portal 2 installed on your computer as well to receive the DLC content.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Hard Drive Space: 463 MB
    Hard Drive Space: 463 MB
    Hard Drive Space: 463 MB
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Eucliwood Hellscythe
Posted: June 21
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Dancing Skeleton
Posted: June 17
Peronsally i think it was good and i really did like it however this is my opinion so you should hear it and think of it for yourself
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Posted: June 11
The music in this game is really great!
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Posted: June 11
i cant find out how to download this? i tried adding it to cart but theres no proceede to checkout, it says in library but i cant find it.
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Posted: June 10
Tis a swood soundtrack
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Posted: June 5
15 acres of broken glass d0.ob that was deep
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Posted: May 30
Extremly good!
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Former Soviet Assassin
Posted: May 21
These songs....i like them
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Posted: May 21
did not work for me it just put me into portal 2 game
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128 of 131 people (98%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Posted: November 20, 2014
Guys, this doesn't do anything to Portal 2, this drops files in this location:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Portal 2\Soundtrack\Portal 2 Soundtrack [Songs to Test by]
It might be different for you, just look for a word of a track in portal 2
It's pretty much the same thing as has
EDIT: As of a recent update after this review was made, this does do one thing: It allows you to play the songs of Portal 2's Soundtrack in your Music Library
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77 of 86 people (90%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Posted: September 27, 2014
If you don't own this game (yet), the OST is available for free from the Official Portal 2 website. There's all the music you find in-game, which make a total of 64 tracks and that's a lot.

I will give it a 10 out of 10, it's okay.
The music is good and each songs have very original titles.
However, most of these tracks sounds the same but the music remain very enjoyable.

In short, great songs, the cake is a lie and it's available for free on Steam if you bought the game.

Science isn't about why, it's about why not!

Here's the lyrics of the song "Cara Mia Addio" with translation:

Cara bel, cara mia bella!
Mia bambina, oh ciel (Chell)!
Che ella stima!
Che ella stima!
O cara mia, addio!

La mia bambina cara...
perché non passi lontana?
Sì, lontana da Scienza!
Cara, cara mia bambina...
Ah, mia ben!
Ah, mia cara!
Ah, mia cara!
Ah, mia bambina!
Oh cara, cara a mi...
Beautiful dear, my darling beauty!
My child, oh heavens (Chell)!
That she respects!
That she respects!
Oh my dear, farewell!

My dear child...
Why don't you walk far away?
Yes, far away from Science!
My dear, dear baby...
Ah, my beloved!
Ah, my dear!
Ah, my dear!
Ah, my little girl!
So dear to me...

Notes (from Half-life wiki[/i]):
  • The lyrics were partially improvised. "The composer, Mike Morasky was the driving force behind the Turret Opera. He wrote all the music. He requested that I use my legit voice (operatic sound) on some of the takes. He chose the takes to use. He asked me to make up some words. So I did so in my bad Italian." – Reddit Ellen McLain interview
  • The Spanish phrase "Que lástima" ("What a shame/pity" or, alternatively "lastima" (without accent) due to the emphasis "That it/she/he hurts") sounds similar and is widely misreported on the Internet as the actual lyrics.
  • Note that "ciel" ("sky" or "heaven" in lyrical Italian) is a pun on Chell's name, as it sounds roughly the same.
  • "She" is referred to GLaDOS.
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53 of 59 people (90%) found this review helpful
84 people found this review funny
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 20, 2015
"Download Portal 2 Soundtrack"
*Looks to the right*
>> Single-Player
>>> Co-op

Welp, i need a friend in order to listen to music - thaaaaaat's just great.
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51 of 57 people (89%) found this review helpful
30 people found this review funny
Posted: October 7, 2014
Portal 2 has an amazing soundtrack.
Why are you reading the reviews for FREE music anyway??
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43 of 46 people (93%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Posted: February 23, 2015
Specs for Portal 2 Soundtrack:

* Format: MP3
* Soundtrack length: 3h 22m 20s
* Total size: 463 MB (including album art)
* 44100 Hz sample rate
* 320 kpbs bitrate
* Stereo

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.

This is not only free if you own the game, it's free even if you don't. The music itself is excellent, ranging from mournful dirges to ambient tones to intense electronic tunes - but you'd know that too if you played the game.

Personally, I'm very glad Valve decided to release the music for the Half-Life and Portal games for free with any purchases of the games themselves - with this game's music in particular being free for all.
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18 of 25 people (72%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Posted: September 29, 2014
Now here's an interesting soundtrack if I ever heard one. Very different from the soundtracks of first Portal and the Half-Life games. I guess it's similar to the Portal 1 soundtrack in a way, seeing as it still captures the Aperture Science atmosphere in the music. Portal 2's soundtrack was composed by Mike Morasky rather than Kelly Bailey who had done most of Valve's soundtracks prior to Portal 2. The change of composer is most likely the number 1 reason why these soundtracks differentiate from each other.

The soundtrack itself, besides being featured in the game, had it release throughout the summer of 2011 with one disc at a time from May to September under the name of "Songs to Test By". Instrument-wise it's pretty much 90% electronic sounds from a synthesizer/organ but with some orchestral pieces every other track. The sounds are very reminiscent to that of "computer" sounds, chiptune if you will, sterile tunes with odd rhythms and harsh bass. Random and chaotic comes to mind, but still with sequence and feeling. As usual, most tracks are not really worth remembering, as they probably filled a particular scene in the game and does not consist of much else than this electronic ambience.

There are still some amazing compositions here though, a lot in fact. It's clear that Valve focused on the soundtrack, as it's in compare with the complete Half-Life 2 Soundtrack + Episodes, in quality. 64 tracks are also way more than usual in a soundtrack, some of the tracks maybe didn't make it into the game but they're still included. All three discs consists of "hits" and keep the originality through despite the lack of different sounds. It does get a bit monotonous after awhile with too much beep boop, I have to admit, but it stays true to the genre. Sticking to the favorites is a good idea to keep the variety at ease, there are plenty of awesome, cute and goofy tracks, especially on the third disc.

Composer: Mike Morasky, Jonathan Coulton.

Here are some favorites:
Disc 1.
1. "Science is Fun"
3. "9999999"
9. "The Future Starts With You"
11. "You Know Her?"
16. "Hard Sunshine"
19. "Turret Wife Serenade"

Disc 2.
1. "You Will Be Perfect"
2. "Halls of Science 4"
4. "An Accent Below"
11. "I AM NOT A ♥♥♥♥♥!"
16. "PotatOS Lament"

Disc 3.
1. "Reconstructing More Science"
2. "Wheatley Science"
4. "Machiavellian Bach"
9. "Bombs for Throwing at You"
10. "Your Precious Moon"
12. "Cara Mia Addio"
13. "I Want You Gone" - Jonathan Coulton
16. "Some Assembly Required"
24. "Robots FTW"

Also "Exile Vilify" (Youtube) by The National is officially a part of the Portal 2 Soundtrack, but is not included in Songs to Test By.
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10 of 11 people (91%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Posted: July 2, 2015
Damn, I used to try hard to download it from the site.
Gladly, you can now do it in one click)
Good soundtrack, btw.
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9 of 11 people (82%) found this review helpful
14 people found this review funny
Posted: January 25, 2015
Searched store for workshop support. found this. best fake advertisement on steam. 10/10
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9 of 12 people (75%) found this review helpful
11 people found this review funny
Posted: September 16, 2015
Cake is a Lie, but So is Robot Rapping. But not in here.
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