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Perfect for your fighting sequence. Lots of action and suspense. This was written for a game that takes place in the air (hence the picture), and I mean that this piece is perfect for that, as the snare really simulates the “foopfoop” sound of the rotor. Works well in other setting too!
For whenever you achieve great things!
Inspirational, motivational and epic cinematic trailer track featuring energetic cinematic drums and epic orchestra.
“Wrath” truly makes your bones shake. A spike-wearing metal band in front of a way too loud orchestra puts this piece in one of my favorite hybrid genres. It starts of very heavy and takes a drastic turn about 2/3 in. This piece definitely works great with epic content.
Uplifting, epic, energetic and motivational cinematic track featuring epic exotic drums, epic orchestra, warm cinematic piano and epic choir.
Heavy percussion, horns. Action! Contains of 4 different main parts that are quite different. Can be cut out if wanted, although they work very well together. Go epic!
Adventure, Ho! Last time on "Adventure, Ho!", the mage-orc Gnarlnosh was granted 1d4 wishes from a Deck of Many Things and it totally screwed up the game balance. Why? Because the DM sort of sucks, but he thought "Oh, sure - this could be fun... how could giving a mage-orc a fully provisioned army in the middle of a desert possibly sidetrack the quest for finding a cure for a magical disease that is ruining the kingdom AND the healer elf." Deck of Many Things; BAH! More like Deck of This-Campaign-Jumped-the-Shark.
For that scene when pirates are coming from space. What?
Curiosity is by far the most ambitious rover sent to Mars. This track cover its entire story, and is by far my favorite piece on this album. Here's the timeline of the piece (someone should animate this) Starts of at 0:00 in triumph as the rocket stands on the launch pad here on Earth. 1:00 in the countdown starts. T-5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1. Always a very suspenseful part of any launch. Liftoff happens at 1:27. Epic and dramatic. There are literally a million things that can go wrong, and a huge amount of time and money wasted. This launch was successful and the rocket goes into orbit at 2:12. Its trajectory towards Mars continues until 03:23 where it begins its very dangerous re-entry and landing. It goes on for a while and the mission is a success. Parachutes open at 04:54 where it glides down towards the surface. At 05:14 the exploration starts and fades out slowly, as it's still exploring to this day. Thanks for coming along on this journey!