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2-14-2012 @ 8:05AM
Sorry but I cannot get on board with your music tastes. If they played Dido for my hunter, he would shoot the singer and eat the instruments.
2-14-2012 @ 9:11AM
might i suggest bjork?she does a song called "hunter."
2-14-2012 @ 9:13AM
2-14-2012 @ 9:14AM
i /honestly/ didn't mean to spam. and i apologize.the comment system seemed to just eat my first comment.feel free to MASSIVELY DOWNVOTE the second one.
2-14-2012 @ 10:09AM
@greywolfAnother one bites the dustAnother one bites the dustAnd another one gone, and another one goneAnother one bites the dustHey, It's gonna get you tooAnother one bites the dust
2-14-2012 @ 10:26AM
May I offer up DuranDuran's "Hungry like a Wolf" (if Frost's hunter song isn't your thing)?
2-14-2012 @ 10:35AM
Much better hunter song- Sharpshooter by Motorhead.
2-14-2012 @ 10:57AM
Guys guys guys guys guys guys guys!...Guys!\http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0l4T9kRlBEIt's that easy.
2-14-2012 @ 12:38PM
Guys, come on... Stratovarius - Hunting High and Low.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2l8KtdQ7Ek
2-14-2012 @ 1:36PM
Yeah, it's gotta be Frostheim's song. A song written ABOUT being a WoW hunter BY WoW's preeminent hunter expert? Some random other song with "hunter" in the title just doesn't compare.
2-14-2012 @ 2:34PM
I agree with the good Capn here, I am absolutely NOT feeling that song for a hunter... While Frost's I'm a Hunter song is the obvious choice, I actually liked seeing some of the links for songs not specifically related to wow that people have posted. Catsmeow posted a link to Indestructible by Disturbed back in the later pages that I really felt hit a cord, personally. (Though, as I said there, it could also go really well with the warrior class.)
2-15-2012 @ 6:33AM
mibu.work1 - dead on. Nothing else comes even close. "I'm a Hunter" is an official hunters theme song, why so many people are not aware of this baffles me greatly.
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