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Freedom Fighter's Main Title song.
The Imperial March of course needs mention.
This one might be more my opinion but Hell March 3.
And this is definitely only my opinion, but most of Dimmu Borgir's album Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia is epic, especially Puritania.
At 11/18/11 01:03 PM, MysticMan wrote: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1lT6sebR zo
Words cannot describe the epicness.
And I agree with this, thank you.
Eric the Red and Ragnarok by Týr are both epic sounding albums that are actually good, and I'm saying "epic" with the actual meaning of the word in mind. I feel like I have to clarify that since everybody is killing that word. Bathory was a pretty epic sounding music project, too.
To lazy to get a link, just look it up on groove shark or something, it will be the one made by juno reactor and/ or don davis
At 11/18/11 12:01 PM, IAMSuB0 wrote: Animals as Leaders is most epic atm
AAL is an amazing band, but there's nothing epic about them. And by amazing, I mean the first time I listened to their self titled album, I listened to it twice more immediately afterwards. Tosin Abasi is insane.
Really, the meaning of the word seems to be completely lost on some of you guys.
Plaid? really? I love Plaid, but they are pretty much the opposite of epic.
Toccata & Fuge on a proper organ for me is one of the most epic pieces of music that I will ever listen to. Bach was a master of his craft and this is his best piece, I feel.
Rime of the Ancient Mariner is different, I'll grant you, but when it goes quiet and the bassline is playing, before the lines "One after one, by the star dogget moon, too quick for groan, nor sigh..." (5 minutes onwards) That really gives me goosebumps and it's a really freaky part of the tune.
The Chain, by Fleetwood Mac is one of the most iconic and recognised pieces of music in the sporting world. Go to 3.03 and listen to the bassline and the solo, which takes me all over the world, with burning rubber and the subtle blend of octane, ether and testosterone, that is F1.
2112 has defined so much about the band Rush, but much more than that, it makes a connection and there is superb writing to it. Plus all three of those guys (Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart) are fucking fantastic musicians.