Microsoft and Niles Rodgers team up to distribute the soundtrack from Bungie's first-person shooter.
Microsoft has announced that it has reached an agreement with musician and producer Niles Rodgers to distribute and market the soundtrack for the Xbox first-person shooter Halo. The CD will be distributed under the Sumthing Else Musicworks label, and it will be released on June 11.
"We are ecstatic to have the soundtrack for Halo: Combat Evolved available to our fans," said Steve Fowler, Bungie product manager. "With well over 1 million copies of Halo: Combat Evolved sold, we are sure there will be great demand for this amazing soundtrack."
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