Little Big Adventure Symphonic Suite & Original Soundtracks 2xLP

by Wayo Records

$99.95 AUD

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The cult French game is celebrating its 25 years old with Wayô Records! Philippe Vachey, the original compositeur of this game series, achieved this fantastic Symphonic Suite with the Scoring Orchestral, recorded at the Seine Musicale of Paris!

In the mid-nineties, Little Big Adventure (Relentless: Twinsen’s Adventure in USA and Asia) revolutionized the video gaming with an innovative system, a captivating storyline and characters that live in everyone’s memories. The hero, Twinsen, fights evil in a journey that leads him to discover the secrets of his destiny and to explore fantastic places around the world, and beyond!

It is the symphonic music composed by Philippe Vachey which adorns the two opuses of Little Big Adventure, with an extraordinary orchestration and quality of writing. These two titles are two standouts in the action adventure and fantasy genre. 25 years after the creation of the game, Philippe Vachey finally realizes the project of arranging the music of Little Big Adventure 1 & 2 for an exceptional symphonic suite, in collaboration with the best talents of the symphonic production in Europe!


  • 19 tracks, 2 discs, Ancestral Blue, 33rpm, Gatefold
  • Composed and arranged by Philippe Vachey
  • Produced, Published and Distributed by Wayô Records
  • Didier Chanfray EURL Official Licence
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30 Aug 2021
Australia Australia

Amazing OST - Pixelcrib helping us circumvent terrible global shipping practices

Wayo are probably my favourite company out there, but ordering straight from them is a nightmare, riddled with bent corners and warped vinyl. I'm glad that Pixelcrib are protecting us from terrible mailers :) I've never played the game, but this is a seriously killer OST and I think I'll be going to try the game soon as a result.