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Blizzard music now available on Pandora

If there's one thing that's been a constant over the years of Blizzard games, it's been the music - and there's some good news for those that love Blizzard's tunes. The Video Game Music station on streaming internet radio site Pandora is now cycling in Blizzard soundtracks from Warcraft, Diablo and StarCraft as well. For those that use Pandora for listening, it means you may get a bit of Blizzard mixed in with your usual fare -- for those that don't use Pandora, you might want to check it out. The site uses your personal tastes in music to fashion a playlist for you and suggest songs you might like based on what you listen to already.

From the strains of Stormwind City to the heights of Grizzly Hills, the music in Warcraft has always been a high point of every expansion for me. While I don't leave the music running constantly when I'm playing the game, new patches and new content always has me turning up the in-game music to see what new tunes have been added. Be sure to check out Pandora for a taste of Blizzard's soundtracks -- you can listen to Pandora via online stream, or through one of their many mobile apps.

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Warcraft music available on iTunes


I know I've raved about the music of Wrath of the Lich King in Beta, but generally, the music from other Blizzard games have been pretty topnotch. So while the Wrath soundtrack probably won't be out for a while -- it'll likely be included in the Collector's Edition -- you can head on over to the iTunes music store to pick up soundtracks from past Blizzard games such as Diablo, StarCraft, and of course, several albums from the Warcraft universe.

Most of the albums available were included in past Collector's Editions of Blizzard games, such as the original soundtracks of World of Warcraft and The Burning Crusade, and even the Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos soundtrack. One of the coolest soundtracks, I think, is the Taverns of Azeroth collection by new age composer David Arkenstone. I've been a fan of Arkenstone since his days at Narada, and it was a very pleasant surprise for me to learn he was doing music for World of Warcraft. If you enjoy the music of the World of Warcraft -- and other Blizzard games, you might want to check out the iTunes music store. As a bonus, you can even download the Diablo III Overture by Russell Brower for free.

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