Chris Huelsbeck shares orchestral soundtrack for cancelled Star Trek game
Gameforge’s browser game Star Trek: Infinite Space was cancelled after the developer failed to find a publisher. However, many consumers were left curious about the music for this title, which was principally created by Turrican legend Chris Huelsbeck. Today, Huelsbeck announced that he secured the rights back for the music and has released it on Bandcamp as the Infinite Space -Resurrection- Soundtrack. He says the following about the release:
There have been a number of projects in the past that I’ve worked on that were never released for one reason or another and usually that means that the music for such projects are kind of lost in legal limbo and usually never see the light of day (so to speak). However, sometimes surprises still happen and I secured the rights to release one of these “shelved” soundtracks. So I’m proud to announce that like Phoenix from the ashes and with blessings by the friendly people at Gameforge Productions (the original publisher), the Soundtrack for “Infinite Space” is now available in loss-less FLAC on Bandcamp!
The music for the title was composed by Chris Huelsbeck and Sound of Games, orchestrated by Michael Stoeckemann and Adam Klemens, and performed by the Macedonian Radio Symphonic Orchestra. With the full album, there are also bonus pictures of the orchestra recording session and an alternative cover artwork included.
Posted on June 10, 2014 by Chris Greening. Last modified on June 10, 2014.