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Hi thinkers and alike,

This thread is aimed at bringing you music of all walks. (That are a value hopefully, facilitating immersion)

Allow me to start by recommending

1. μ-Ziq - Hasty Boom Alert

2. Bela Fleck - Vix 9

3. Four Tet - Glue of the world

please enjoy,

Barnsley

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On 12/18/2017 at 2:03 AM, barn said:

6. Sepultura - Kaiowas

7. Thomas Newman - Whisper of a thrill

8. Holst - Venus (from The Planets Suite)

Sepultura and Holst are great, and you can really hear where John Williams gets his inspiration for the Starwars soundtrack from in Venus.

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@Spladam

G'day young sir:D

I was recently introduced to Holst by someone who has quite a few good tunes up his sleeve. (I always seek quality music..)

Glad you've enjoyed them.

More to come.

Feel free to add to the list if you fancy.

I try to go for melodies that had invoked feelings/thoughts/realisations in me.

Barnsley

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Just now, barn said:

G'day young sir:D

haha, sounds like you're turning into an Aussie :thumbsup: 

Just now, barn said:

Feel free to add to the list if you fancy.

yeah sure:

- Anubis Gate: "Airways"

- Dream Theater: "Breaking All Illusions"

- Voyager: "Peacekeeper", "Lifeline"

- Pagans Mind: "Search for Life"

 

Also, some heavy stuff:

- Symphony X: "Revelation Divus Pennae Ex Tragoedia"

- Dream Theater: "Panic Attack"

- Circus Maximus: "Ultimate Sacrifice"

 

If you want to listen to the weirdest song ever composed, listen to "When the Joyful Dead are Dancing" by uneXpect (if you dare).

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Thanks a bunch for the high energy Rock music @Spladam

[[[ Off topic but thought you might enjoy these(you'll notice a leaning towards the 'grunge', the 'lurker' and melodic, oh and I have a few surprises too ;), listen to them responsibly):

Tool - Parabola (extended)

Peter Thomas Sound Orchester - Synthesiser's melody

Avenged Sevenfold - Bat country (instrumental)

Soundgarden - Rusty cage

Dimmu Borgir - Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia (full album)

Fear Factory - Body Hammer

Apocalyptica - Inquisition Symphony

Apocalyptica - Pray! ]]]

Barnsley

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Just now, barn said:

Tool - Parabola (extended)

Peter Thomas Sound Orchester - Synthesiser's melody

Avenged Sevenfold - Bat country (instrumental)

Soundgarden - Rusty cage

Dimmu Borgir - Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia (full album)

Fear Factory - Body Hammer

Apocalyptica - Inquisition Symphony

Apocalyptica - Pray! ]]]

Dimmu Borgir is amazing, they got to perform live on Norways main TV station during prime-time, 1 hour segment for their concert to played on TV, and the concert itself was sold-out too. I think the concert is called 'Forces of the Northern Lights' or something along those lines. 

Actually, the only there I don't know of is the Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra, I'll check that out now.

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Just now, barn said:

Peter Thomas Sound Orchester - Synthesiser's melody

Nice, 70's experimental/prog-rock. I think I've heard of Chariot of the Gods before, probably from the movie the music was used in. But anyway, this peter Thomas guy seems pretty talented.

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Wicked, eh?! (in a positive way) Good stuff.

I'm impressed (that you knew all but one).

Lately(yrs), I'm more drawn towards less heavy/darkness related stuff unless it's 'cinematic or transformative'. Nevertheless I noted your recommendation for later, cheers for that.

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21. Dj Shadow - Fixed income

22. Jeff Mills & Montpellier Philarmonic Orchestra - Imagine

23. Roy Budd - The plant & diamonds

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Yoko Kanno: Everything in "Nobunaga's Ambition: Tenshoki" and "Forgotten Hero". 

Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV, VII, VIII, IX, X, XIII (by an Orchestra straight out of Moscow for the earlier ones and one out of Budapest for XIII).

Edited by Siegfried von Walheim
Found Japanese title

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45. John Mclaughlin & Zakir Hussain - Lotus feet ( from the album: Remember Skakti; The Way of Beauty)

46. Yonderboi - Intro (Soundsculptors) ft. Ken Nordine

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On 12/28/2017 at 5:22 PM, Siegfried von Walheim said:

Yoko Kanno: Everything in "Nobunaga's Ambition: Tenshoki" and "Forgotten Hero". 

Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV, VII, VIII, IX, X, XIII (by an Orchestra straight out of Moscow for the earlier ones and one out of Budapest for XIII).

Hi @Siegfried von Walheim

Noted. Noted.

How nice.

Which song of hers is your favourite?

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5 minutes ago, barn said:

Hi @Siegfried von Walheim

Noted. Noted.

How nice.

Which song of her is your favourite?

Here's a playlist. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEJn4R6aZU8&index=12&list=PLRweuK5e82UVQwFl8LeBHEMjb4OAZ9i3y

 

In particular I like "Distant Fields" the best followed by the "Road of Clouds", "Wind Orchid", "Yonder Dreams", "Battlefield of Light", and "Supreme Ruler Suite". 

Definitely great songs for a game that's otherwise numbers and stat-sheets driven. Though as far as I know she hasn't had any musical involvement later in the series, the series as a whole boasts some of the greatest soundtracks I've ever heard.

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55. Dj Food - The Crow

56. Nameless vs. Sky (The scene not the OST score, from the movie 'Hero')

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