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 Aug 08, 2008 - 03:38 PM - by Michael
* VGL CD on Billboard Top 10

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Gamers, thy time has come.

The Video Games Live concert CD has debuted and hit the Billboard Top 10:

LOS ANGELES, CA - JULY 31, 2008 - EMI Classics and Video Games Live is proud to announce that the 'Video Games Live - Volume One' album was successfully launched in North America to great acclaim and rave reviews last week during the sold out performance at Comic-Con International with the San Diego Symphony. To further establish the significance of video game music and the worldwide popularity and success of Video Games Live, the album made an unprecedented debut on the U.S. Billboard charts at #10.

"What a fantastic honor for us and the entire game industry", said prolific video game composer and co-creator/executive producer of Video Games Live, Tommy Tallarico. "It's one of those things you always dream about as a musician growing up."

The album is currently available in North America in all retail stores that sell music, online distributors such as and and available for download on iTunes.
Congratulations, guys. You've earned it.

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