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 Post subject: PC Theme Music
PostPosted: Tue Oct 24, 2006 1:14 pm 
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I'm afflicted with this terrible disease of the mind, wherein I spontaneously hear music in my head according to the situation. Usually when I'm gaming I have my 7,000+ MP3 list going and I"ll change the song for the mood.

Lately, I've been wondering what everyone's PC's themesongs would be.

I can't decide what Y'lissana's would be. I cringe to think what Xanthalas would say. Probably Livin' La Vida Loca on account of what she puts Rykolyn through, poor guy.

What songs would you pick for your PC's?

- M.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 24, 2006 1:40 pm 
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Xanthalas wrote:
Your kinder than I


*gasps* You're SO MEAN.

*sulks*

And to think I was just singing to you! Next time I'll sing Ain't That a Kick in the Head. See how you like them apples, Mr. Meanie Stringbeanie.

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See? You ARE kinder than I, And if you must quote me. At least spell "You're" Right.

*Runs!*

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 24, 2006 1:42 pm 
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Xanthalas wrote:
See? You ARE kinder than I, And if you must quote me. At least spell "You're" Right.

*Runs!*


That was YOUR mistake!

COME BACK HERE MAN-THING!

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Someones song should be "Witchcraft"

Sing it for me Frankie!

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Let's see...

For Seamus I probably hear the 'O Fortuna' Movement from 'Carmina Burana' by Carl Orff when I'm off being heroic. (If anyone thinks they don't know it, go watch 'Excalibur' again. You'll know it when you hear it.) For other situations, various bits of the 'Ring Cycle' by Vagner drift in and out of my mind. Just occasionally, to be perverse, my mind lets 'Demolition Man' by the Police slip in when I'm not looking. 8)

For Aria the bard, well, I can't speak for Tremaine, but I'd be willing to bet Mozart's 'Queen of the Night's Aria' from 'The Magic Flute' and the collected works of Clannad are well represented.

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Clannad definately! Loreena McKinnett and Enya. :wink:

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I thoroughly enjoyed the remake of the Lux Aeterna song from the movie Requirem for a Dream that was done for the Lord of the Rings - The Two Towers movie. Very "epic battle" sounding! If anyone wants a listen, check out the tailer for the movie on Youtube, (for those who don't care to watch the whole thing, the song starts at 1:45 in the clip).

Trailer for The Two Towers


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Wagner. It's a W. =p.


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Manny would definately be humming the Soundtrack to "Conan The Barbarian" - Riddle of Steel, Battle of Mounds and others....

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I used to run around to the Conan soundtrack, back in the day. Now usually it's a lot of metal stuff, like Slayer. I think im going to start replacing music files :). I ll get back to you about Vil's theme music

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I'll have to second Lord Droke. This is a lot harder question then you'd think, lol. Especially when you listen to music styles that are completely opposite to each other. At the moment, I really like: Insomnium - Nocturne, which is just an instrumental/orchestral intro of a metal album. It also fits K'lari, in more ways then one. I'll get back to this tomorrow when I have time to review my list of music, and see what the first real song was that I associated with K'Lari.

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It all depends on what I'm doing.



When I'm running around being silly: Toybox or Aqua :roll:

Crafting: Disney soundtracks (yeah... "no I just can't wait to be king!" while I'm making Masterwork Slings, I'm such a dweeb) -_-

When I'm sitting around rping: Nothing. I'd rather not be distracted by music or I usually end up typing stuff that usually doesn't make sense

And when I'm bashing monsters or when they're bashing me: Metal


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Midnight Syndicate for me. Set the playlist on random of 6 CD's worth of MP3's and you'd be surprised how many of their recordings fit for various situations.

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