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Neil is a descendent of Marty!

For me, the music for Halo has always made the game great for me as well as everything else that makes the game epic, it really gives you the feelings to understand what's happening on screen whether it's cutscenes or gameplay. Great job 343i and Neil! :D

Fits right with the Halo universe

Even tho I've only heard the previews to these songs, It's clear that Neil has put 100% all his effort into making sure that this soundtrack delivers as much as that game does. When I first heard Marty was no longer doing the soundtrack for the future Halo franchise, I was suprised and slightly dissapointed I must admit. But after listening to this and reading about his effort being put into this perticular soundtrack, I must say, my faith has been completely restored.

This sounds soo amazing

Im so glad the soundtrack is being reimagined into this wounderful mix of fantastic music I absolutely love the new sound halo 4 is going to be amazing.


Born: 29 June 1962 in Bristol, England

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A producer, composer, singer, and frequent collaborator with Massive Attack, Neil Davidge was born in Bristol, England. After studying art in college, he launched his music career in the early '90s, working with Nick Batt and Neal Slateford in the dance group DNA. Production and remix work for the likes of Exposé, Kim Appleby, and Rozalla followed, then in 1995 he began his relationship with Massive Attack, producing the trip-hop group's version of "The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game" for the Batman...
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