Who wrote Hell March?

Who wrote Hell March?

Frank KlepackiHell March / ComposerFrank Klepacki is an American musician and video game composer, best known for his work on the Command & Conquer series. Having learned to play drums as a child, he joined Westwood Studios as a composer when he was 17 years old. Wikipedia

Who did the music for Command and Conquer?

Frank Klepacki
The Music of Command & Conquer is a soundtrack album containing musical tracks from the video game Command & Conquer, composed by Frank Klepacki and produced by Westwood. It was originally released in 1995. The soundtrack spans two discs and 22 tracks with combined duration of approximately 72 minutes.

What is a military hell march?

In parades when soldiers march, the public refers to the march as Hell March – ‘Into The Mouth Of Hell We March’. “Hell March” is the main theme song for games in the Command & Conquer: Red Alert real-time strategy video game series.

How old is Frank Klepacki?

48 years (May 25, 1974)Frank Klepacki / Age

Who made the Soviet march song?

James HanniganRed Alert 3 Theme – Soviet March / Composer

Is Command and Conquer music copyrighted?

Westwood Studios and Command & Conquer are registered trademarks of Electronic Arts Inc. All rights reserved. The copyright of Command & Conquer (1995 – 2022) and its images, characters, videos, music or anything else is owned by Electronic Arts Inc. All rights reserved unless otherwise stated.

Why did Westwood Studios close?

The last games Command & Conquer: Renegade and Earth & Beyond did not meet expectations of the publisher. In January 2003, EA announced their intent to close Westwood, as well as EA Pacific, and merge them into EA Los Angeles as part of a consolidation plan.

Why is Command and Conquer dead?

The reason for the cancellation, according to both fans of the game and its makers: It simply wasn’t a very good game. Before the news was revealed in a blog post, the new Command & Conquer was already available to some players in an incomplete alpha state.

Is Soviet march a real song?

Soviet March is the main theme song of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3. Composed by James Hannigan, it was written in the style of a Red Army choir song. The version in Red Alert 3 was performed by the Skywalker Symphony Orchestra and Choir.

Is Soviet March copyrighted?

Soviet March is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License by Shane Ivers of silvermansound.com.

Who owns the rights to Command and Conquer?

Command & Conquer
Genre(s) Real-time strategy (1995–2013) First-person shooter (2002)
Developer(s) Westwood Studios (1995–2003) EA Los Angeles (2003–2010) Victory Games (2011–2013) EA Phenomic (2011–2013) EA Redwood Studios (2018–present)
Publisher(s) Virgin Interactive Entertainment Electronic Arts Sega Nintendo