Destiny's soundtrack is now available for purchase on iTunes, allowing you to enjoy your favorite tunes from the highly-successful first-person RPG shooter on the fly. The album, which includes a total of 44 songs, is priced at $9.99, but each song can be individually downloaded for $0.99. Michael Salvatori, C. Paul Johnson, Martin O'Donnell and Paul McCartney are the creative minds behind the album. McCartney, in particular, requested not to be paid for his contributions, with Bungie stating that the Beetles legend’s sole purpose was to gain recognition from younger audiences. McCartney's "Hope for the future" song is not included in the album, but will be released as a single. Considering that Destiny was made by the same studio that birthed the Halo franchise, you might find it a bit surprising that Martin O'Donnell, the acclaimed composer behind many of Halo's most memorable soundtracks, was possibly not involved in the project. In fact, he was fired by Bungie following a lawsuit against the developer regarding unpaid wages, a lawsuit he won. Sidetracking a little, Halo fans have suggested that 343 Industries hire Marty to compose the soundtrack for Halo 5, but no announcements have been made about the matter. MUST SEE: Check Out these Amazing Destiny Concept Art Developed by Bungie and published by Activision, Destiny is an online first-person shooter RPG game that is playable on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and , Xbox 360. As the fastest-selling new IP of all time, it generated more than $500 million on its first day on sale.