World of Warcraft: Taverns of Azeroth (Original Game Soundtrack)
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Anyone who plays the game enough to be good at it probably doesn't need most of the other World of Warcraft albums: they're too busy muting the free version that plays on the game while they listen to their amazing Itune lineups. (Such wont be the case in WotLK; I haven't gotten sick of the new scores yet!) That being said, anyone who is actually playing the game also never sets foot in a tavern enough to get sick of these amazing songs that only take place in the top most unproductive areas of the game. Fans and roleplayers from other franchises alike will love the work of David Arkenstone and Jason Hayes -- the latter of which seems to be involved a bit everywhere, but oddly credited on the songs themselves. If you want a flavor of this album, simply sample the "Lion's Pride" inn score, and enjoy the truly epic taste of adventuring downtime.
Soothing study music
Not having my music turned on most of the time, I didn't know there were more than 2 or 3 tavern / inn songs... and they're all so soothingly awesome! This is some great music to read or study with (do that before you play WoW, kids!).
this is awesome
while not a huge fan of the game, the music here is superb. if your into the all the folk metal bands that have sprung up lately, you will certainlly dig this. not exactly metal, but ill give it 2 horns. \m/ \m/
Born: July 1, 1952 in Chicago, IL
Genre: New Age
Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s