No doubt you've already played or read all about the Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut by now, but BioWare hadn't released the DLC's updated soundtrack until, well, today.
Available for free from the BioWare Social Network, the music files are all in WAV format, just like the original downloadable soundtrack (which was not free). The whole bundle includes seven tracks, composed by longtime Mass Effect composer Sam Hulick, who happens to be responsible for some of the most memorable tunes in the game.
All seven are totally new compositions, with the exception of Hulick and Clint Mansell's "The End, Once and For All," which is just modified from the original. Makes sense, seeing as how Joker no longer freaks out for no reason during that sequence.
Regardless of how you feel about the Extended Cut content, the music is pretty great. And hey, maybe replacing the old version of "The End, Once and For All" with this one will help mend your Mass Effect 3 heartache. Just hit the source link below to get downloading (login required). They've even included cover art and a banner image with BroShep; if you prefer FemShep, just snag the image above.
For details and impressions of the Extended Cut DLC, read our lengthy take on the whole thing. Mind the spoilers.