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2-24-2011 @ 7:50PM
Awesome! Hope they do the Night Elf Cataclysm music - the most beautiful piece of music I have ever heard in a video game.Here it is on youtube if you guys are wondering the specific piece that I'm talking about:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaJrDePWHwc
2-25-2011 @ 2:28AM
I love this piece to bits. I can't say how much I got into my ashenvale quests after I heard this for the first time. That said, I don't think I ever want to hear anyone perform it unless I have a guarantee that it will be freaking perfect. I love it too much, if I hear a wrong note or a voice waver, I would cry.
2-25-2011 @ 11:12AM
Ever since I heard this on the "Tour of Cataclysm" video they released before launch, I have been utterly in love with it. I was especially tickled to do archaeology digs in places like Feralas where this music was prevalent. It's easily one of my favorite pieces of this expansion and the game overall. Haven't been so enraptured by a piece of in-game music since, maybe, Molten Core with the music they had in Geddon's/Shazzrah's room and Ragnaros' Lair.Thank you so VERY much for linking this.
2-25-2011 @ 3:27PM
Opinions.jpgIt's indeed really nice, but can't say it's the most beautiful song I've ever heard in a videogame. Can't really put my finger on what I like best, but to mention one, Siege of Madrigal from Myth is definetly up there. Also i don't quite see why people seem to love Grizzly Hills music so much, Arthas, My son & Garden of Life easily topped Totems of the Grizzlemaw in my opinion.. Again, opinions opinions, I have nothing against people who think differently.As for the article itself, its always nice to see excellent music come to life and performed, and awareness of such music spread around. Many games have excellent soundtracks, and many game studios have employed amazing composers (Martin O'donnel & Michael Salvatori from Bungie come to mind). Hope to see Julia become one of those legends some day.
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