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Little Inferno Original Soundtrack
Little Inferno soundtrack
Soundtrack album by Kyle Gabler
Game Little Inferno
Length 22:56
Genre Game soundtrack
Label Tomorrow Corporation
Composer  Kyle Gabler
Download  tomorrowcorporation.com/little-inferno-soundtrack

Track Listing

Track Title

Track Time

1. Little Inferno Titles

1:18

2. Miss Nancy Welcomes You

1:04

3. Your New Friend Sugar Plumps

0:32

4. Reporting From the Weather Balloon

2:39

5. Just Like You

0:37

6. 8 Bit Inferno

0:09

7. Something to Tell You

1:26

8. Inferno Beta

0:16

9. Cardboard Sword

0:06

10. Up Up Up the Chimney

1:08

11. Incident on the Other Side of the Wall

0:48

12. Transhumanist Connects

0:19

13. Ooo It's so Bright!

0:56

14. The City

3:03

15. Gate Operator, Open the Gates!

1:07

16. Productivity Tango

0:56

17. Miss Nancy Remembers

1:10

18. The City Limits

1:34

19. Breaking Weather Report

1:01

20. Over the Smokestacks, Over the City

1:17

21 . Little Inferno Just For Me

1:26

22. Tomorrow Corporation, the Future is Tomorrow!

0:04

Track Notes of Kyle Gabler

Track Title

Track Note of Kyle Gabler

Little Inferno Titles

Little Inferno is a quiet introverted art project masquerading as a loud extroverted shopping game. For a long time, we weren’t sure which face of the game to portray in the opening sequence, but eventually decided on this one.

2. Miss Nancy Welcomes You

Miss Nancy is large, warm, and smells like cinnamon. She’s like a nice fluffy couch that you can’t climb your way out of. We’ll hear this melody again, twisted up, in “Gate Operator, Open the Gates!” and “Miss Nancy Remembers”.

3. Your New Friend Sugar Plumps

The Sugar Plumps tracks were some of the most difficult to write. She’s a character that’s supposed to be, initially, totally vacant. Players are supposed to disregard her as a lame NPC sending you useless letters, like in Animal Crossing . But as the game progresses, she becomes more and more aware of her (and your) situation. I needed a melody that could withstand the transition along with her character, throughout each of her four tracks.

4. Reporting From the Weather Balloon

The Weatherman, everyone’s favorite character! There’s a reason his theme is the same as the game’s theme (with different instrumentation).

5. Just Like You

Sugar Plumps track 2.

7. Something to Tell You

Sugar Plumps track 3.

9. Cardboard Sword

Musical effects for items were fun to write because the stakes were so low and nobody cared if they sucked. A relief, compared to the thought and hand wringing that the other tracks required. This one took only a minute or two to create!

10. Up Up Up the Chimney

Sugar Plumps track 4. Still her melody and instruments, but over different chords, and with the beginning part flipped vertically, sort of?

13. Ooo It's so Bright!

A mystery character, staring at the Tomorrow Corporation sun logo. “Is it rising or is it setting?!” The upcoming Tomorrow Corporation “Gates” sequence is teased here.

16. Productivity Tango

Music for folks who like to make spreadsheets, check things off lists, and tango by the book.

17. Miss Nancy Remembers

Miss Nancy was on a similar journey as the player, and this is her turn to do what the player is in the process of doing. So it needed to be adorably flamboyant, in her style, with her melody. Listen carefully – my handsome and talented boyfriend is on cello! It’s the only real instrument used in any of the tracks.

18. The City Limits

The main theme, minimal version.

21 . Little Inferno Just For Me

Little Inferno has always been a difficult game to describe, so we knew we needed a short, simple way of communicating what it was all about. This old timey jingle is the result. Kyle Gray’s friend Travis Hill provided the perfect “narrator” voice, with a welcome bit of Phil Hartman smarm.

22. Tomorrow Corporation, the Future is Tomorrow!

Also used as the Wii U version startup sound.

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