01 - Horst Wessel Lied (Title Screen)

02 - Wondering About My Loved Ones (Menu Screen)

03 - Get Them! (E1M1)

04 - Searching For The Enemy (E1M2)

05 - P.O.W. (E1M3)

06 - Suspense (E1M4)

07 - Enemy Around The Corner (E1M10)

08 - Nazi Anthem (E2M1)

09 - Lurking (E2M2)

10 - Into The Dungeons (E2M10)

11 - The Nazi Rap (E3M2)

12 - The Ultimate Challenge (E3M9)

13 - U R A Hero (Victory)

14 - Bonus - Get Them! (E1M1) - Percussion Only

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A cinematic re-imagining of the classic Wolfenstein 3D score by Bobby Prince.  This album is officially licensed and features dramatic orchestration spanning many of the most memorable cues from the game!


Themes and motifs by BOBBY PRINCE (website)

Music by RICH DOUGLAS (website)


Special thanks to Loudr, Id Software, Bethesda Software, John Romero, John Carmack, Tom Hall, Adrian Carmack, Kevin Cloud, and Bobby Prince.



Wolfenstein 3D is a first-person shooter video game developed by id Software and published by Apogee Software. Originally released on May 5, 1992, for the PC operating system DOS, the game was inspired by the 1980s Muse Software video games Castle Wolfenstein and Beyond Castle Wolfenstein. A promotional version of Wolfenstein 3D was released as shareware, which permitted it to be copied widely. The game was later ported to a wide range of computer systems and video game consoles.


The shareware release contains one episode consisting of ten levels. The commercial release consists of three episodes, which include the shareware episode and two subsequent episodes. Later releases included a three-episode mission pack titled The Nocturnal Missions. The player assumes the role of a World War II Allied spy William "B.J." Blazkowicz, who is trying to escape from Castle Wolfenstein, a Nazi German prison. After the initial escape episode, Blazkowicz carries out a series of crucial missions against the Nazis.


Wolfenstein 3D was a critical and commercial success. It is widely regarded as having helped popularize the genre on the PC and having established the basic run-and-gun archetype for many subsequent first-person shooter games.

Other retro game soundtracks... re-imagined.

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Sadly, it appears that Wolf 3Ds menu music (HORST WEISSEL LIED) is on Germany's BPjM List.  Germany filed a complaint with Spotify and my publisher has removed this album from any and all digital music stores.

However, because of this you can now listen to the ENTIRE ALBUM (save for HORST) for free in glorious HD via youtube by clicking HERE or by listening below.  Enjoy :).