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Customer Reviews

Finally a public release! :D

Beautiful Music.

I've been a fan of Ryan Amon ever since I heard one of his songs for the first time (Ashes) and I'm continuously impressed by his work! As an aspiring composer this is both inspiring and enjoyable, and I'm looking forward to many more great pieces from Ryan! Happy to spend the money to support his work!

I'm very happy that there is a public release now, and I recommend this to anyone who is a fan of good music, soundtrack scores, and trailer music!

Great work Ryan! And keep making great music!


For too long the public has been denied these masterful pieces. Let the greatest musical works of the 21st century at last be heard freely for all the world to enjoy!

My only complaint is that this album appears to be a mix of only a comparative few newer tracks amongst older ones - older songs that are still popular, though. The complaint is actually a hope that sometime in the future we will be able to see the complete original albums, especially Volume 3: Revelations.

This early on, though, it's satisfaction enough that people finally have access to an already generous amount of City of The Fallen music. Amon, you sir are a Godsend. Keep up the good work.

It will tide you over

This is a nice dose of epica for those of us who have been waiting out what's been a drought lately between releases by other composers like Two Steps from Hell, Epic Score, James Dooley, Kerry Muzzey, etc. Had there been new albums by these “heavy hitters” I’m not sure if I would have bought as much of this album as I did, but for what it is it does the job fairly well. My advice is to take the time to screen the songs individually; there’s some variety here, and it might not all be the flavor you’re wanting. I’m not going to bother saying what my favorites are- this kind of music is notoriously personal for those of us who love it.

Amon: Divinus, City of the Fallen
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  • $19.99
  • Genres: Classical, Music
  • Released: Jan 05, 2012

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