Bungie has released the official Destiny Soundtrack via iTunes.
The full collection, which contains 44 tracks from the MMO-ish FPS launched on PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 on September 9, is currently available for $9.99 on iTunes.
It features tracks from several composers Bungie worked across the years, including C. Paul Johnson, Martin O’ Donnell and Michael Salvatori, known for several Halo Soundtracks (from previous Halo titles).
O’donnell, who has also worked on each Halo game up until Halo Reach, and one of the music composers and audio managers for Destiny, was terminated from Bungie by the studio’s board of directors in April.
O’Donnell later sued Bungie, winning a settlement of over $95,000 for unpaid wages, damages and vacation time.
Bungie was also ordered to give the composer stocks in the firm that were wrongfully taken following his surprise termination.