Rockstar’s crime thriller L.A. Noire is going to have two soundtracks released on May 17th, the original soundtrack inspired heavily by movies from the early 1900s, and remixed versions of select tracks redone by notable figures in music.
The soundtrack for L.A. Noire is composed by Andrew Hale, who also scored The Getaway. The remixed OST will have six jazz tracks remixed by modern composers, such as Dave Sitek, who has done several jazz reinterpretations of several songs. Other involved people include Ticklah, and Moodymann.
Not many people purchase the original soundtracks of a game, but it truly is worth it for the more impressively-scored games such as Kingdom Hearts and God of War. If you play L.A. Noire when it comes out on the 17th, you’ll probably want to grab the OST a few hours in from iTunes.