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Harry Gregson-Williams | Stephen Barton ~ Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007)

The story takes place in the year 2011, where a radical leader has executed the president of an unnamed country in the Middle East, and an ultranationalist movement starts a civil war in Russia. The conflicts are seen from the perspectives of a U.S. Force Reconnaissance Marine and a British SAS commando, and are set in various locales, such as the United Kingdom, the Middle East, Azerbaijan, the Russian Federation, and Ukraine. The multiplayer portion of the game features various game modes, and contains a leveling system that allows the player to unlock additional weapons, weapon attachments, and camouflage schemes as they advance.

~Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007)~

Music by Stephen Barton, Harry Gregson-Williams

Publisher: Activision
Original Release Date: USA 2007
© 2007 Activision | © 2007 Infinity Ward, Inc.

1 Armada Seanprice Church Cln  |3:49
2 Armada Seanprice Church Short Ccln  |3:30
3 Airlift Deploy v1  |1:41
4 Airlift Nuke v1  |0:56
5 Airlift Start v16  |2:11
6 Airplane (alternate) v2b  |2:26
7 Ambush Standoff  |0:15
8 Armada Start v10  |1:41
9 Blackout Hurry  |0:54
10 Blackout Nightvision  |0:40
11 BogA Shantytown v5  |1:01
12 BogA Tankdefense v1  |1:40
13 BogA Victory v12  |1:25
14 Cargoship Approach v22  |0:47
15 Cargoship Escape v7  |1:24
16 Cargoship Flyaway v16  |0:46
17 Coup BSection v2  |0:48
18 Coup Intro v38  |3:31
19 Gameshell v10  |2:15
20 ICBM Launch v6  |0:44
21 ICBM Tension2 v18  |1:43
22 Jeepride Chase v9  |2:46
23 jeepride defense v4  |2:15
24 Jeepride Rescue v15  |1:15
25 Jeepride Showdown v21  |1:41
26 killhouse Price  |0:53
27 Launch A Action  |2:18
28 Launch B Count 01  |0:42
29 Launch B Count 02  |1:37
30 Launch B Count 03  |2:23
31 Launch B Count 04  |0:54
32 Launch B Count 05  |3:17
33 Main Theme B v2  |0:23
34 Main Theme A  |0:27
35 Main Theme Tension Loop  |0:46
36 Mp Spawn Opfor  |0:07
37 Mp Spawn Russia  |0:09
38 Mp Spawn Sas  |0:14
39 Mp Spawn Usa  |0:10
40 Mp Suspense 01  |0:48
41 Mp Suspense 02  |0:44
42 Mp Suspense 03  |0:22
43 Mp Suspense 04  |0:23
44 Mp suspense 05  |0:57
45 Mp Time Lose  |0:12
46 Mp Time Win  |0:18
47 Mp Victory Opfor  |0:13
48 Mp Victory Sas  |0:13
49 Mp Victory Usa  |0:13
50 Scout Sniper Abandoned v10  |1:57
51 Scout Sniper Dash v4  |1:29
52 Scout Sniper Deadpool v1  |2:00
53 Scout Sniper Pripyat v6  |2:19
54 Scout Sniper Surrounded v7  |1:57
55 Sniper Escape Exchange v6  |2:02
56 Sniper Escape Run v3  |2:12
57 Village Defend Direstraits v3  |1:28
58 Village Defend Vanguards v1  |1:24
59 Mp Victory Soviet  |0:14
60 Silent Movie Special  |1:24
61 Griggs Deep Hard  |3:44
| File size: 194mb. | pass: callofduty |
| Audio CD | CBR 320 Kbps/48.1 kHz/Stereo |

Most of the music for Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare was written by British composer Stephen Barton, who had also contributed to film scores by Harry Gregson-Williams. Gregson-Williams also composed music for the game, such as the main theme. Several music tracks from the game are available on Infinity Ward's "7 Days of Modern Warfare" website, and some are available at Barton's own web site. The rap song played during the end credits is performed by Call of Duty 4's lead animator, Mark Grigsby.

~Griggs Deep Hard~

~Killhouse Price~

~Scout Sniper Pripyat v6~

~Call Of Duty 4 Modern Warfare theme (mixed)~

Here: Mega!

Additional Music:
Harry Gregson-Williams ~ Main Theme
Composer ~ Mel Wesson
Malcolm Luker ~ Music Scoring Mixer
Ladd McIntosh, David Buckley  ~ Orchestrator
Stephen Barton ~ Music Producer

In 2011, a civil war has broken out in Russia between its government and ultranationalists who seek to restore Russia to its Soviet-era glamor. Meanwhile, a separatist group lead by Khaled Al-Asad seizes power in a "small but oil-rich" country in the Middle East through a coup d'état. Al-Asad is ruthless and has extreme anti-Western views. Afterwards, the United States invades the country. In the afternoon of the second day of invasion, a platoon of USMC 1st Force Recon is sent to capture Al-Asad. The platoon attacks a TV station in which Al-Asad was thought to be broadcasting live and then engages in urban combat in an unnamed city south of the capital. In the meantime, the British Special Air Service (SAS) conducts two important operations, one on a ship in the Bering Strait and one in Russia. Intelligence gathered from the two missions indicates that Al-Asad may be in possession of a Russian nuclear device.

In evening of the third day, the U.S. launches a full-scale assault on Al-Asad's presidential palace in spite of the SAS warning about the nuclear device. As U.S. Navy SEALs invade the palace, the Marines engage Al-Asad's ground forces. The assault, however, ends in catastrophe when the nuclear device suddenly detonates, wiping out most of the city along with everyone in it.

Refusing to assume that Al-Asad fled his country, the SAS attacks a potential safe house in a village in Azerbaijan. SAS forces, led by Captain Price, clear the village of the occupying Russian forces with the help of loyalist Russian forces and capture Al-Asad. Shortly into the interrogation, Al-Asad's phone rings. After hearing the voice of the caller, Captain Price executes Al-Asad and reveals that the caller was the leader of the ultranationalists: Imran Zakhaev.

Captain Price tells the story of a mission in Pripyat, Ukraine fifteen years earlier. In the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster and the collapse of the Soviet Union, Zakhaev took advantage of the turmoil to profit from nuclear proliferation and used his new wealth to lure soldiers from the Soviet Army to form his ultranationalist party. In 1996, Price was sent on a black operation to assassinate Zakhaev. Price set up a vantage point on the top floor of an abandoned hotel and shot Zakhaev with a Barrett M82 sniper rifle, but the shot only severed Zakhaev's arm. Price barely escaped the scene.

SAS, the Marines and loyalist Russians attempt to capture Zakhaev's son, Victor, to learn Zakhaev's whereabouts but as they corner him on the roof of an apartment building, Victor commits suicide. Enraged, Zakhaev plans to retaliate by launching nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles at the U.S. Eastern Seaboard, which could kill 41 million people. A joint force of SAS and Marines are too late stop the launch of the missiles; however, they manage to seize the launch facility's command room and remotely defuse the missiles over the Atlantic Ocean. They escape the facility in military trucks with Zakhaev's forces in hot pursuit.

An ultranationalist Mi-24 Hind helicopter destroys a bridge while the joint force is about to cross it. The destruction of the bridge and the ensuing fight with ultranationalists leaves everyone in the joint force either dead or severely wounded. Zakhaev himself arrives and begins killing wounded soldiers when suddenly loyalists destroy his Mi-24 Hind and join the fray. Zakhaev is shot dead. When the dust settles, loyalist forces start tending to the wounded.

In the outro, the missiles incident and the ultranationalists' support of Al-Asad are hushed up, thus causing the events of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.


~''Charlie Don't Surf''~

~''Shok And Wave''~

~''Rescue the down Cobra pilot Cpt. Pelaya''~

© 2007 Activision | © 2007 Infinity Ward, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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