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This is the soundtrack for Half-Life: Episode 2. Every song described here can be found in the Episode 2 GCF, in the folder: ep2>sound>music.
The very beginning of To The White Forest, as Gordon is climing out of the train wreck.
A fast, upbeat and dramatic song that accompanies the final wave of the antlion attack with the help of the vortigaunts. Instruments heard in it include electric guitars, drum beats, and techno samples.
The title both refers to the Vortigaunts, and is a pun on Mortal Kombat.
Presented in the game files as "VLVX_song22".
This Vortal Coil: The final wave of the Antlion attack in which the vortigaunts assist Gordon Freeman in the fight.
The song can be heard during part of the Portal teaser trailer.
Another techno-rock song, with a small section from Shu'ulathoi around the middle.
Presented in the game files as "VLVX_song23".
During the Combine ambush directly after the meeting with the Barn Advisor.
On the console version of The Orange Box this song is played in the main menu for the Episode 2 screen.