Two Soundtracks: One Modern; One Period.

A Modern Soundtrack

  1. “Stand A Chance”, Toshihiko Sakashi, THE BIG O
    A song for implacable justice.
  2. “Runner”, Manfred Mann’s Earth Band
    A song for travel.
  3. “A Song Of Storm And Fire”, Yuki Kajiura
    A song for taking a stand.
  4. “In The Land Of Twilight, Under The Moon”, .hack//SIGN soundtrack
    A song for not quite belonging.
  5. “The Enemy Within”, Rush
    A song for self-control… and when to lose it
  6. “Guardian Angel”, Juno Reactor
    A song for promises.
  7. “People are Strange”, Echo and the Bunnymen
    A song for isolation.
  8. “Shakedown”, Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band
    A song for pursuing justice.
  9. “Carry On Wayward Son”, Kansas
    A song for surviving.
  10. “Edge of Soul”, Khan
    A song for hope.
  11. “You Know My Name”, Chris Cornell
    A song for counting costs and paying debts.
  12. “This Is War”, 30 Seconds To Mars
    A song of warning and preparation.
  13. “I Hear The Call”, The Unforgiven
    A song for the call and answering it.


A Period(ish) Soundtrack

  1. A Game Of Thrones, Taylor Davis
  2. Duel of the Fates, Taylor Davis
  3. Sword Fight (Bransle), from The Three Musketeers, Michael Kamen
  4. Lion’s Pride, from Taverns of Azeroth, David Arkenstone
  5. Fairy Tail Opening, Taylor Davis
  6. Fortress, Diablo II Soundtrack
  7. A Knife in the Dark, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Howard Shore
  8. Fighting Profion, Dungeons and Dragons, Justin Caine Burnett
  9. Night Ride Across the Caucusus, The Book of Secrets, Loreena McKennitt
  10. Queen of Argyle, Silly Wizard
  11. The Witch of the Westmoreland, Stan Rogers