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Assassin's Creed: Syndicate

by Austin Wintory

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replicant_hazard Despite the lighthearted bombastic intentions of the main campaign, Syndicate turned out to be a very intimate and melancholic experience that leaves me with more farsickness than anything else. Austin's soundtrack played a huge role and every time I hear its wonderful verves, it brings me back to these beautiful feelings. Lovely music all throughout. Favorite track: Underground.
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Marloak Definitely the best video game soundtrack I've ever heard. I have chills every time I listen to that specific London theme. It's just a masterpiece. Favorite track: Bloodlines.
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toast-king The consistency is off the chart, time flies when I listen to this. Favorite track: Waltzing on Rooftops and Cobblestone.
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Bloodlines 01:53
"Peace and I are strangers grown" - from Act 1, No. 2, song "Ah! Belinda, I am rarest with torment"
Give me the cure that the doctor got Give me a cure that will stick cause now that i’m seeing through clearer eyes Old Lambeth is making me sick, me sick, Old Lambeth is making me sick! Give me the Cure Give me the Cure! Cut out my throat and then leave me there to flap like a fish on the deck Give me the peace that the doctor got when that devil done opened his neck, his neck, when the devil done opened his neck! Give me the Cure Give me the Cure I'd rather be dead Than clear in my head! Bundle my wife and my children up in a sack and stitch tightly the seams Toss them into the Thames, so their nightmares end and they drown in watery dreams, in dreams, They drown in watery dreams! Give me the cure Give me the cure I’d rather be dead than clear in my head! Let out my blood in a merciful flood! Give me the cure! Give me the cure that the doctor got oh pluck me away from this pit. Now he's bathed in light and dressed up in white And we’re stuck in the mud and the shit, the shit, we’re stuck in the mud and the shit. Give me the cure Give me the cure!
Dear loving friend Sorry to inform I will miss our rendezvous I have been detained For I am lying dead On the tiles of Waterloo Halt the horses! Still the wheels I shall move no more today! Fondest regards Sincere apologies From the late Pearl Attaway! Broken doll Open eyes Silent lips of blue Tangled hair Bed of blood On the tiles of Waterloo Halt the horses! Still the wheels! And await this cruel delay! I am undone A sudden blade has come For the late Pearl Attaway! Halt the horses! Still the wheels, and await a better day! Lo! I depart for a brighter destination Yours in hope, Pearl Attaway
"Destruction's our delight; delight our greatest sorrow." - from Act III, No 31, chorus "Destruction's our delight."
Little boy Listen, I’ll tell Little boy You can do well Buy and then sell, Your pockets to swell, Go straight to hell like Twopenny! Little boy Follow his lead Step by step You could succeed! Wealth guaranteed! Never have need! Lie there and bleed like Twopenny! Twopenny Twopenny His assets were many His silk purses burst at the seams Twopenny, Twopenny, Now he’s not got any! Invested by worms for infinite terms, the maggots long squirm in Twopenny! Men of wealth Borrow and lend What dark deal Brought him his end? Whose coin did he spend? Which loyal friend Drew a dread dividend from Twopenny? Sea of blood Watch as he drowns As he sinks So goes the pound Shillings and crowns Princes and clowns We all go down with Twopenny! Twopenny Twopenny His goblet now empty His fine wine is splashed on the stones! Twopenny Twopenny A hero to many Decays in his vault Entombed with his gold Like pharaohs of old, old Twopenny! Twopenny Twopenny Old Philip Twopenny My son, study closely his tale Twopenny Twopenny Oh sing it again he’s A turd that’s interred for eternity Suck on it, old Phillip Twopenny!
"In our deep vaulted cell, the charm we'll prepare, too dreadful a practice for this open air - from Act I, No. 20, chorus "In our deep vaulted cell."
Release the hounds The chase is underway Today we bag A different kind of prey Hear the bugle call, we're feasting on a lord today! If you're highborn and well moustachioed you may expect a gutting in the road! Hear the bugle call are you the next to fall? To quench the killer's sword today? We're feasting on a lord today! It seems in England We have two laws One for the rich Another for the poor But if your bobbies come knocking on our doors you best prepare to get a knock on yours! A hooded guest, you'll greet in your salon A silver tray he'll serve your carcass on. Uncork the beaujolais! O! Watch the scarlet spray! We'll guzzle and we’ll gorge today! We're feasting on a lord today!
"Great minds against themselves conspire, and shun the cure they most desire." - from Act III, No. 35, chorus "Great minds against themselves conspire."
Attend the tale of Maxwell Roth He sought the footlights like a moth His sense of timing never off until He opted to collaborate With a hooded reprobate The blighter and assassin made A deadly double bill Jokes, Jokes, Jokes! Make ‘em laugh until they choke Fairly slay ‘em in the aisles Maidens fair and and Princes charming Thrills Thrills Thrills! Dashing feats and bloody spills And I guarantee You’ll never see The ending coming The curtain rose, the scene was set They danced a murderous duet And much deserving blood was let Up to The scene wherein they disagreed On who should live and who should bleed And Maxwell Roth he then received A very bad review Jokes, Jokes, Jokes! And there's daggers and there's cloaks But behind the scenes the leading players Differ on the plot Laugh laugh laugh! At the dandy's new red scarf Now eight shows a week to Beelzebub Is his eternal lot! Jokes, Jokes, Jokes! Make ‘em laugh until they choke Fairly slay ‘em in the aisles Maidens fair and and Princes charming Thrills Thrills Thrills! Dashing feats and bloody spills And I guarantee You’ll never see The ending coming
"Darkness shades me. In they arms, let me rest, Death is now a welcome guest." - adapted from Act III, No. 36, recitative "Thy Hand Belinda"
Underground 03:16
Take a look round lively old London Buzzing crowds we sweat and we revel Red-cheeked shouts and songs In the flicker of the gaslight Eager Blighty bursts from the cobblestones Racing, climbing blooming fertility Born from secret seeds That were scattered in the nighttime London is fed upon the meat of the dead They're one shallow inch below the town Underground Underground Leave them underground Them that whispered dreams that only poisoned us Them that told us lies of their bravery Them that preached of progress, and put us in the poorhouse Them done horrid murder on bloody stages Them that loudly crowed their humility Lords and dames that sung in the chapels on a Sunday All quiet now. Their mouths are stopped up by mud. They lie flung in rags and make no sound. Underground Underground Leave them underground Those who fought for something better Those who taught by how they lived Loved ones taken long before their work was done Underground Underground Leave them underground. Underground Underground Leave them underground.
Family 01:55



I know, I know. It's complicated, but it's part of my agreement with Ubisoft which allows me to sell the soundtrack here at all. HOWEVER, the Ubisoft record label Ubiloud has uploaded the ENTIRE thing to Youtube here, so please feel free to stream it this way if you're here right now, but on the fence about the album:


Ok, now that we've sorted that out ... let me just say that this game ended up being a very personal project, which you wouldn't necessarily expect from a gigantic AAA franchise. But it's true, and rather than write a huge essay, I refer you to the PDF that comes with the download. In it you'll find liner notes that say everything I would've said here, plus full credits. And pretty artwork.

Nonetheless, I'll say again my deepest thanks to Ubisoft (particularly Audio Director Lydia Andrew and Music Supervisor Christian Pacaud, and Publishing Director Jeremy Blechet) for entrusting their baby to me. It was a true privilege.

One last thing: lyrics for those tracks with singing can be found by clicking on that track itself below.


released October 23, 2015


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