- For the turn-of-the-century period tracks, see BioShock Infinite Licensed Soundtrack.
The original soundtrack for BioShock Infinite and its downloadable content, Clash in the Clouds, features compositions by Garry Schyman, who previously composed the BioShock and BioShock 2 orchestral scores. Additional tracks were composed by Irrational Games' music director Jim Bonney and written by Ken Levine. Additional artists are specified for each track.
This is the list of soundtracks and re-orchestrated songs from the official digital BioShock Infinite Soundtrack included with the limited Premium and Songbird Editions.
|N°||Soundtrack title||Artist(s)||Additional performer(s)|
|1.||Introduction||Ken Levine||Performed by Oliver Vaquer, Jennifer Hale, Troy Baker|
|2.||Welcome to Columbia||G. Schyman, J. Bonney|
|3.||Will the Circle Be Unbroken – choral version||A. Habershon, C. Gabriel||Arranged by Marc Lacuesta|
Maureen Murphy – vocal soloist
|4.||Lighter than Air||G. Schyman|
|6.||The Battle for Columbia I||G. Schyman, J. Bonney|
|7.||The Girl in the Tower||G. Schyman|
|9.||The Songbird||G. Schyman|
|10.||Rory O’More/Saddle the Pony||S. Lover||Rodney Miller – fiddle|
Elvie Miller – piano, accordion
David Porter - guitar
|11.||The Battle for Columbia II||G. Schyman|
|12.||The Readiness is All||K. Levine, J. Bonney|
|13.||Lions Walk with Lions||G. Schyman|
|14.||Will the Circle Be Unbroken||A. Habershon, C. Gabriel||Courtnee Draper – vocal|
Troy Baker – guitar
|15.||Unintended Consequences||G. Schyman|
|16.||The Battle for Columbia III||G. Schyman|
|17.||Family Reunion||G. Schyman|
|18.||Solace||S. Joplin||Duncan Watt – piano|
|19.||The Battle for Columbia IV||G. Schyman|
|20.||The Battle for Columbia V||G. Schyman|
|21.||Let Go||G. Schyman|
|23.||The Girl for the Debt||G. Schyman|
|24.||Back in the Boat||G. Schyman|
|27.||Baptism||G. Schyman, J. Bonney|
|28.||Will the Circle Be Unbroken – full version||A. Habershon, C. Gabriel||Courtnee Draper – vocal|
Troy Baker – guitar
The following tracks are all songs and music composed for the game which were not featured on the digitally released album.
|"Native Chant"||Jim Bonney (composer, performer)||Hall of Heroes (Wounded Knee Exhibit)|
|"We Dwell Here"||Urban Thunder||Hall of Heroes (Wounded Knee Exhibit)|
|"Chinese Court Music" (Traditional)||Duncan Watt||Hall of Heroes (Boxer Rebellion Exhibit)|
|"The Sea Storm"||Duncan Watt (composer, performer)||Hall of Heroes (Boxer Rebellion Exhibit)|
|"The Girl They Call Fitzroy"||Ken Levine, Jim Bonney, Duncan Watt, Charles Dworetz||Sometime near the elevator and market in Shantytown|
Behind the ScenesEdit
- Two sound cues from BioShock's original score were reused in Clash in the Clouds and can be heard when buying the Resurrection power-up and finishing a wave. They are both featured on the track "Gameplay Cues" on the original soundtrack, I Am Rapture - Rapture is Me.
- The track "Empty Houses" from the same score can also be heard in Clash in the Clouds at the museum gallery of the Columbian Archeological Society, once all missions have been cleared. Its use and the apparition of a Splicer from a Tear were Easter eggs announcing BioShock Infinite's next downloadable content, Burial at Sea - Episode 1, which takes place once again in Rapture, the setting of the original game.