Sumthing Else Music Works and Capcom today announced that the Bionic Commando of 2009’s official soundtrack is now available on iTunes and on the music-distributor’s website.

Priced at $9.99 and filled with 20 original compositions that you’ll recall from the game, the soundtrack is the latest addition to the Sumthing Digital Music Store.

Composer Jamie Christopherson: “I remember playing Bionic Commando back on the NES and like everyone else I was blown away by the quality of the music. Not only were there extremely ‘hummable’ epic melodies, but the use of the MIDI chip to create a very dense and complicated orchestral arrangement was astonishing. If someone would have told me that 20 years later I would be working on a next generation Bionic Commando game, I would never have believed them. I was fortunate enough to take the music (including the famous main theme) and give it a modern treatment, complete with an anthemic 15-piece brass ensemble.”

If you’ve been reading Blast you’ll know that other such soundtracks as Banjo-Kazooie Nuts and Bolts, Resident Evil, Street Fighter IV, Gears of War 2, Halo Wars, Viva Pinata and many, many more are available through the service and if you’re somewhat of a collector (like meee) you’d do well to snatch them up while their hot.

Sumthing Digital Music Store.

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Eddie Makuch is a Blast staff writer. Reach him at [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter @EddieMakuch.

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