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8-06-2010 @ 9:14AM
I love the soundtrack, too. My favorites are probably: Teldrassil -- it's where I leveled the first time, and it was so magical to me. Going back there and hearing it again gives me goosebumps.Stranglethorn -- I always loved the sound and I think it's very fitting to the zone.Howling Fjord -- I remember stepping off the first ship, sometime around 1:30 in the morning after the release, and feeling excited all over again, and the music was incredible--still is.Sholazar Basin -- The night music is very serene, something that struck me as I entered after blasting through the "harsher" zones in Wrath.Ulduar (during the siege) -- I love that it sounds as big as that experience felt the first time. We poo poo it now a lot, but that first trip to Flame Leviathan was incredibly cool.Halls of Reflection, "Advancing in a Different Direction" -- I'm pretty sure this plays in ICC too, but I usually have the music turned down for raids. It starts out frantically, and I dig it.Gunship, Icecrown -- That fight was so revolutionary the first time, and so much fun. The music really set the tone, and I still love it, even if I'm a little tired of dodging rockets. And I know that there is somewhere that has a long didgeridoo part that I really dig, but I can't for the life of me remember where that is.Somewhere, too, I know there's a zone with a didgeridoo because I remember saying to my husband "do you hear that?" I don't remember what it is though. I also like how the Lament of the Highborne plays in the Crimson Halls.And so, so much more.
8-06-2010 @ 9:17AM
Wow, said the same thing twice, read fail.
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