Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - Music From The Motion Picture (2001)
A various artists compilation to accompany Croft's first appearance on the big screen, the Tomb Raider soundtrack has its own cult status amongst a wide audience - due partly to it's range of different musical genres. The album spawned the single "Elevation" by Irish rock band U2, released in its own format(s), as well as several related music videos from other contributing artists also featuring film footage. "Deep" by Nine Inch Nails was also released as a promotional single.
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - Original Motion Picture Score (2001)
Music composed by Graeme Revell. The track listing was incorrectly printed on the CD release of this album, it was since revised (as displayed below). The complete score was handed to MoTR by Ashley Revell in 2016, not for release, consisting of 1 hour and 13 minutes.
Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness [Collector's Edition] (2002)
Music composed by Peter Connelly/Martin Iveson. Performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. This collection was a pre-order incentive in some territories, available before the game's release as a Bonus DVD extra. The same content also existed as a promotional audio CD.
Angel of Darkness [Single] (2003)
Europop promotional single by Alex C. feat. Yasmin K. that spawned a maxi CD, CD single & vinyl 12" picture disc single as well as a music video tie-in with Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness.
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - The Cradle of Life - Music From & Inspired By The Motion Picture
(2003) The compilation album of songs either inspired by or utilised in the second major Tomb Raider motion picture soundtrack. Similar to the first film's various artists soundtrack, a single was released - Korn's "Did My Time" - however, this track did not make it onto the final pressed album.
Did My Time [Single] (2003)
Original song by Korn, released as a tie-in single to Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - The Cradle of Life with an accompanying music video starring original footage of Angelina Jolie. Features in the film's end credits.
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - The Cradle of Life - Original Motion Picture Score (2003)
Music composed by Alan Silvestri. Silvestri incorporated Nathan McCree's original motif from 1996 into the second Tomb Raider film's score.
Tomb Raider: Anniversary [Collector's Edition] / Tomb Raider: Legend (2007)
Music composed by Troels Brun Folmann. Suites from both Tomb Raider: Legend (2006) and Tomb Raider: Anniversary (2007), enclosed in the Collector's Edition of Anniversary. Territory and format dependent, the same content was either included on DVD or a separate audio CD.
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Tomb Raider: Underworld [Limited Edition] (2008)
Music composed by Colin O'Malley & Troels Brun Folmann. Released as a DVD extra in the Limited Edition of Tomb Raider: Underworld, this collection consists of 10 tracks spanning mostly cut-scene score.
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Tomb Raider: Original Soundtrack (2013)
The critically acclaimed album from composer Jason Graves and the first readily available, commercially released Tomb Raider video game soundtrack in the history of the franchise. Featuring "The Instrument", a custom built sculpture to provide unique sounds and timbres to the score. A promotional duplicate also exists, identical in content. "Whitman's Demise" was changed to "Whitman's Test" for the retail version.
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Tomb Raider [Collector's Edition] - Survivalist Cut (2013)
Music composed by Jason Graves. 10 tracks from the Tomb Raider: Original Soundtrack enclosed with the Collector's and Survival Editions of the game. The US version included a physical audio CD, while other regions included a Sumthing Digital download.
Enclosed release only
I Shall Rise (from Rise of the Tomb Raider) [Single] (2015)
Original song by Karen O, released to digital music platforms on October 30th, 2015. Full PR & Lyrics.
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Run For Your Life (from Tomb Raider) [Single] (2018)
Original song by K.Flay, released to digital music platforms on February 16th, 2018.
Tomb Raider: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2018)
Album launch March 9th, 2018, one week prior to the film's release (physical soundtrack CD release March 16th). The original motion picture score to the third film entry of the Tomb Raider franchise as heavily inspired by the 2013 video game reboot, starring Alicia Vikander. Music by Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL. Read our launch interview with the composer here.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Original Game Soundtrack [Deluxe/Croft/Collector's/Ultimate Edition]
(2018) Album launch September 12th, 2018. Digital only album content as enclosed in all special retail editions of the game. Music composed by Brian D'Oliveira.
The Tomb Raider Suite (2018)
Digital studio album launch October 26th, 2018. Material premiered live in concert on December 18th, 2016, and crowdfunded to record at Abbey Road Studios on October 16th and 17th, 2017, this collection represents Nathan McCree's orchestral work based on his original iconic theme and cues from the first three Tomb Raider games and the first commercially available form in 20 years of the franchise.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Original Soundtrack (2019)
Expanded digital album release on December 9th, 2019, with double vinyl available February 2020. Features previously unreleased material, music composed by Brian D'Oliveira.
Tomb Raider: The Dark Angel Symphony (2019)
Digital album release December 16th to backers, December 21st 2019 for all and with streaming services from February 14th 2020. Crowdfunded from October 1st, 2018, a community-driven album production of orchestral re-recordings and rearrangements of Peter Connelly's Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation (1999), Chronicles (2000) & Angel of Darkness (2003). The first commercially available release of said franchise material - also included are remastered original soundtrack albums for each game.
The Tomb Raider Suite: The Synth Mixes (2021)
Digital-only release July 30th, 2021. Authentic synthesiser-rendered arrangements of the expanded material from The Tomb Raider Suite (2018) in order to mimic the timbre of the original soundtracks.