Ray’s the Dead Soundtrack By Dale North, virt, and Disasteradio Now Available

Scarlet Moon Records is excited to make available the Ray’s the Dead (Original Game Soundtrack) composed by Dale North, Jake “virt” Kaufman, Disasteradio, and many others. Years in the making and following a successful Kickstarter campaign, Ray’s the Dead lets players command a zombie army through a distinctly ’80s-flavored adventure to solve the mystery of how Ray died. The soundtrack ranges from ’80s power ballads and synthwave to jazzy club tunes and traditional orchestral score. Clocking in at over two and a half hours, there’s a lot to love with additional music by Jeff Jelen, Kirk Syrek, Beat Plastic, SATORI IN BED, and A Space Love Adventure. The Ray’s the Dead (Original Game Soundtrack) is available on digital stores and streaming platforms and can be bundled with the game on Steam at a discount:

“The Ray’s the Dead soundtrack is packed with kick-ass track after kick-ass track,” comments Ragtag Studio founder and developer Chris Cobb. “I am blown away by how great it turned out. It has been an honor working with such great musicians. These wizards really brought Ray’s world to life!”

“We wanted to create a mix of music that captures the broad range of emotions that music of the 1980s can invoke in a listener, wether they are familiar to the genre or not,” adds Ragtag Studio Art Director Matt Carter.

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