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Sumthing Else Music Works and Big Blue Bubble Release “My Singing Monsters” Soundtrack on Vinyl

Original songs from the “My Singing Monsters” soundtrack by Dave Kerr are released on vinyl and digital outlets

Video game soundtrack record label Sumthing Else Music Works and Canadian mobile gaming company Big Blue Bubble has released the vinyl edition of the soundtrack to My Singing Monsters. Featuring the game’s original songs composed and produced by Dave Kerr at Big Blue Bubble, My Singing Monsters Original Soundtrack is also available on digital and streaming outlets through Sumthing Else Music Works.

My Singing Monsters is a musical world-builder game for mobile phones and tablets, where each of the game’s monster characters has a unique musical part to play in a song. Players strive to collect all of the monsters across various islands in the Monster World in order to complete and discover each island’s unique song.

Track Listing:

1. Loading Music
2. Plant Island
3. Cold Island
4. Air Island
5. Water Island
6. Earth Island
7. Gold Island

8. Ethereal Island
9. Tribal Island
10. Wublin Island
11. The Continent
12. Space Island
13. Cloud Island
14. Cave Island



Have you played My Singing Monsters? Let us know what you think of this soundtrack! 



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Naila Malik
Naila graduated with a Master’s in Digital Game Design and Theory from Brunel University. As a game designer, Naila appreciates the complexities of combining game mechanics and sound design to create memorable experiences. A huge fan of Metal Gear Solid, she has a Foxhound tattoo on her back and you can find her humming the theme song whenever she’s sneaking in other games.

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