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The original Soundtrack of Ori and the Blind Forest contains 32 songs. The extended Soundtracks features 29 more songs from the Definitive Edition, and also some unused and prototype musics.

Warning! Spoilers ahead.


Original Soundtrack Edit

No. Title Where it is played Notes
1

Ori, Lost in the Storm

1 Ori and the Blind Forest OST - 01 - Ori Lost In (1)
Opening scene of the game (during the Great Storm)
2 Naru, Embracing the Light (feat. Rachel Mellis) In the prologue, when Ori and Naru are together
3 Calling Out In the prologue, after the Light Ceremony, when Nibel went blind
4 The Blinded Forest In the prologue, when Ori is outside and brings back fruits to Naru
5 Inspiriting In the prologue, when Ori is alone and exhausted after Naru's death The second part of the song is when Ori is revived by the Spirit Tree at the end of the prologue
6 First Steps into Sunken Glades Eastern part of Sunken Glades Two parts : first is played before finding Sein, second is played after
7 Finding Sein During the attack of enemies when Ori just found Sein
8 Up the Spirit Caverns Walls (feat. Tom Boyd) Western part of the Sunken Glades Two parts : first is played before finding the Ancestral Tree (Fil, giving you the ability to Wall Jump), second is played after
9 The Spirit Tree (feat. Aeralie Brighton) Area in front of the Spirit Tree
10 Kuro's Tale I - Her Rage In the scene with Kuro's attack
11 Thornfelt Swamp (feat. Tom Boyd) Thornfelt Swamp, before restoring the Element of Waters (except in front of the entrance of the Ginso Tree, where this music stays)
12 Down the Moon Grotto Moon Grotto
13 The Ancestral Trees At Leru's Ancestral Tree (Double Jump), in Gumo's Hideout
14 Gumo's Hideout "Gumo's well" Only played after falling into the well AND before getting Water Vein (key to Ginso Tree) ; after getting the key, the music will become Down the Moon Grotto
15 Breaking Through the Trap When rocks are falling from the ceiling, when you climb up Gumo's well
16 Climbing the Ginso Tree Ginso Tree
17 Restoring the Light, Facing the Dark During the escape of the Ginso Tree, after restoring the Element of Waters
18 The Waters Cleansed (feat. Tom Boyd) Thornfelt Swamp, after restoring the Element of Waters
19 Lost in the Misty Woods Misty Woods, before bringing back the Atsu's Torch
20 Home Of the Gumon Forlorn Ruins
21 Escaping the Ruins During the escape of the Forlorn Ruins, after restoring the Element of Winds
22 Kuro's Tale II - Her Pain During the scene with Kuro's hatchlings
23 Riding the Wind (feat. Rachel Mellis) Valley of the Wind and South of Sorrow Pass
24 Completing the Circle (feat. Rachel Mellis) North of Sorrow Pass, after gaining Charge Jump at Nir's Ancestral Tree Only played after gaining the ability AND before finding the Sunstone ; after finding the Sunstone, the music will revert to Riding the Wind
25 Approaching the End (feat. Aeralie Brighton) During the Naru's resurrection scene
26 Mount Horu Mount Horu (main room)
27 Conundrum Some rooms in the Mount Horu
28 The Crumbling Path Some rooms in the Mount Horu
29 Racing the Lava Room of the Mount Horu when the lava is "chasing" you. Also used in Black Root Burrows when the giant rock is rolling towards you.
30 Fleeing Kuro During the escape from Kuro at the end of Mount Horu, after restoring the Element of Warmth
31 The Sacrifice (feat. Aeralie Brighton) Final scene of the game
32 Light of Nibel (feat. Aeralie Brighton) Ending credits

Additional Soundtrack Edit

Additional soundtrack features the songs from the Definitive Edition, and some unused and prototypes songs. It also includes some songs from the original version, but which were not included into the original soundtrack.

No. Title Where it is played Notes
1 Main Theme - Definitive Edition Title screen in Definitive Edition
2 Naru's Origins I - Her Home On the cutscene on entering Black Root Burrows
3 Through the Darkness Black Root Burrows, before gaining the ability to Dash from Eki
4 Naru's Origins II - A Friendship Formed On the cutscene with Naru as a child, playing with Guardian Spirits (Eki and Sol)
5 Dash Through Their Home Black Root Burrows, after gaining the ability to Dash from Eki This song has a 5/4 time signature ; that's particulary rare, enough to be noticed
6 Naru's Origins III - A Broken Bond On the cutscene with Naru and her father
7 A Closer Understanding of the Past Lost Grove, the area where Naru and her father used to live
8 Trailer - Definitive Edition (feat. Aeralie Brighton) Unused in the game - used in the trailer of Definitive Edition
9 Trailer - E3 2014 (feat. Aeralie Brighton) Unused in the game - used in the E3 2014 trailer (during Microsoft Studios conference)
10 Trailer - Launch Trailer (feat. Aeralie Brighton) Unused in the game - used in the launch trailer
11 Swallows Nest When Ori just "landed" at the very beginning of the game, and when you control Naru
12 Climbing Further Up the Ginso Tree The first part plays when Ori faces the Mortar room of the Ginso Tree and the second part in the upper room of the tree where the Element of Waters is located
13 Confronting the Ram When Ori is attacked by the Ram in Sunken Glades (before finding Sein)
14 The Mists Cleared Misty Woods, after bringing back the Atsu's Torch
15 Hiding from Kuro When Ori hides from Kuro after the Nest scene
16 Arrival at the Sunstone When Ori reaches the top of Sorrow Pass, where the Sunstone is
17 Travelling through Horu Fields Horu Fields (the area approaching Mount Horu entrance)
18 Mount Horu Puzzle Rooms - Suite 1 Somerooms in the Mount Horu
19 Mount Horu Puzzle Rooms - Suite 2 Somerooms in the Mount Horu
20 Returning to the Spirit Tree (feat. Aeralie Brighton) Last playing area of the game, when Ori and Sein are flying back to Spirit Tree after escaping Kuro in Mount Horu
21 Launch Trailer (unused) - 60 seconds  (feat. Aeralie Brighton) unused
22 Title Screen (unused) unused
23 Opening Scenes (unused) unused
24 Forward Momentum (unused) unused
25 Facing the Dark (alternate) unused
26 Fleeing Kuro (alternate) unused
27 Title Screen (prototype) unused
28 The Garden (prototype) unused
29 Rolling Through the Forest (prototype) unused