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Artist  Cellar of Rats
Running Time  52:16
Genre  Video Game Soundtrack
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0001353200
Item Code  0821935109022


  • Based on the PC horror game "Scratches"

track listing

01. Their Lost Tale
02. A Tower among the Trees
03. The House, in Dust
04. What You Waited For
05. A Bump in the Night
06. Rainy Mystery
07. Sudden Hero
08. R's Theme
09. Blackwood's Adventures Sonata
10. It is Here
11. The Lurker
12. Not Alone
13. Where the Dead Might Lie
14. Frozen in Death
15. Desecrated Sorcery
16. Catherine
17. Banished
18. Revealed
19. Scratches (by Daniel Cordes)


Original Soundtrack of Scratches, the award-winning, first-person horror adventure game developed by Nucleosys. Composed and produced by Cellar of Rats (including "credits" track composed by Daniel Cordes), this soundtrack contains 19 tracks of in-game music spanning 52 minutes, edited for standalone CD release.

The music is dark - combination of sampled-orchestral scores and dark-ambient soundscapes; underscores of locations and situations in the game. Produced to evoke depressing feelings of the remote and dusty Blackwood manor and to sound-paint the horrific secrets the manor might be hiding. The soundtrack evolves from lonely but still mellow introduction to the house, into darker and more menacing underscores, and as such it represents a story in itself.

High quality disc, replicated. Black print on silver disc; two sided cover artwork in color, with track listing.

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:10

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Anne (1) on 29, Jun. 2007 19:14 (HKT)
For darkambient fans
The previous review in unfair. This music can be appreciated only if you enjoy darkambient and darkorchestral scores, and this score is among the best in the genre. I never played the game and I don\'t know how it feels in the game, but the soundtrack in itself is great!
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Poison for Mind (1) on 28, Mar. 2007 21:17 (HKT)
Piece of xxx!
Do you really want to know what I think about this soundtrack? Are you sure? Well, I think it is the worst OST I\'ve ever heard... tiresome, boring, toneless and monotonous... Of course, you may buy it and gets disappointment or you probably will like it, but I do not!
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Anonymous on 16, Dec. 2006 20:42 (HKT)
Atmospheric music
The Scratches OST is a fine mix of orchestral scores and synthesizer-driven tunes, resulting in perfect atmospheric music. The compositions are sombre, intense or uplifting, covering different occasions and moods. Strongly recommended!
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Cormag on 14, Dec. 2006 21:12 (HKT)
Dark, lonely
This soundtrack is very good. I\'ve played the game and in the game it creates one excellent atmosphere. It is brilliantly produced and every moment in the game fits. Unfortunately, the eerie silence sometimes present as another \"instrument\" is not available on this CD. Still, the CD is of very good production and I love to listen to it from time to time. The only reason I did not give 5 stars is that it does not evoke exactly the same atmosphere as in the game, since visuals are missing. Highly recommended, though.
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