¡Audios Amigas! (December 24, 2010)

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Long Live the Confederation!
Great news for fans of Wing Commander music: Maz Sound Tools is preparing Immortal 4, a two-disc release of remastered music from classic Amiga games.. and it will include a track from Wing Commander. What's more, the Wing Commander track features original composer Dave Govett playing the drums!

The Immortal 4 album is in the final stages of production and will be available in early 2011. You can show your interest by submitting a preorder (no money down). Here's the official description:
The release of Immortal 4 will be the 4th strike of the popular Immortal series. Once again producer Jan Zottmann managed to gather the celebrities of the golden homecomputer age of the Commodore Amiga and to let them rearrange the unforgettable music of legendary computer games using all the latest studio technology.

The full-to-the-brim Double-CD set Immortal 4 features no less than 35 newly arranged songs (about 158 minutes) of Amiga game music. Most of them have been created by their original authors - trademark and good tradition of the Immortal series. We couldn't even stop them to play live-instruments, you'll become earwitness when Al Lowe himself (Leisure Suit Larry) is playing the saxophone, Jon Hare (Cannon Fodder) being back at the microphone and Dave Govett (Wing Commander) hitting the drums.

Numerous classics have been rearranged, such as Lemmings (Tim Wright), Turrican 2 (Chris Hülsbeck), Flashback (Jean Baudlot), Gauntlet 3 (Tim Follin), F17 Challenge (Nicola Tomljanovich) and many more. Exklusive new versions were contributed by legendary demoscene musicians, such as Romeo Knight (at the guitar too) and Jogeir Liljedahl.

The catchy melodies once played by a handful of 8 bit samples on the Amiga now experience their rebirth in a colorful mixture ranging from a complete rock band to the fully-fletched synthesizer-setup.

Original update published on December 24, 2010
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This is amazing news, and came pretty much out of nowhere! If the samples are any indication of the quality of the WC track it should be awesome!