Discussion in 'General Lounge' started by Lars Ulrika, Mar 28, 2014.
What can I say? I like video game music.
I was listening to BioShock Infinite's menu music.IT'S TOO dayum AWESOME !!!
Last time I was on RPG Maker I was listening to my games own OST because a lot of the scenes had musical cues to listen for.
The soundtrack to the movie Cloud Atlas.
Uh... I would be banned if I post what I was listening before starting the maker.
The album Back Burner by For the Fallen Dreams.
Terra's Resolve from ocremix's FF6's Balance Ruin album ( and a number of other tracks too ).
I was listening to Bassnectar - Here We Go
One of the best dupstep songs EVAR
My mum shouting "Get of that game and stop wasting your time"! Lol
@KingDanner : Lol.Parents...
"She Moves Through the Fair", performed by Tir Eolas.
This composition has been done numerous times, by big names, but I really like this version by the folk ensemble from the Royal College of Music)
It's usually the same playlist for me, randomized.
In no particular order: Incubus, Kamelot, Tyr, Flogging Molly, Weird Al Yankovic, Faith No More, Project 86, Dragonforce, Symphony X, Freedom Call, Supertramp, Dream Theater, Sonata Artica, Dropkick Murpheys, Rammstein, Apocalyptica, The Sword, Epica, The Mars Volta, Lacuna Coin, Powerman 5000, Guns N Roses, Collectve Soul, Styx, Eluveitie, Rick DeSutter (friend of mine), VAST, Ra, Hammfall, The Offspring, Queens of the Stone Age, and The White Stripes....wasn't expecting that long a list when I started...also wondering where my Pink Floyd is....must be on my external HD.
The Final Fantasy IX OST. God, I love Nobuo Uematsu's music. <3
As a fan of medieval and renaissance music, which I not only enjoy listening to when working on rpg games but also use as alternative soundtracks when playing rpg games, I think this German medieval folk band is taking some interesting directions with ancient music -- and I like the souped-up medieval instruments :
Adrian von Zeigler - Stand as One (Pagan Metal)
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