Sunday Serenade: Teen Wolf, Albion Online, Castlevania, Hearthstone

Time for another Sunday morning dose of random songs that I’ve been listening to this past week! Welcome to Sunday Serenade — now let’s crank the jams up with…

“Win in the End” by Mark Safan — These kind of blandly stated, wildly optimistic rock anthems is why I love 1980s movie songs like this one. What do you want to do? Ah. You want to win in the end. Good to know.

“Unison” by x1rox — Again, I love happy dance music, and that’s pretty much what this is from start to finish. My workout MP3 player is full of tracks like this.

“Main Theme” from Albion Online — This is a… perfectly adequate MMO main theme. Epic, action-packed, yadda yadda. But when you consider that this is the BEST track on the whole released album, then it gets kind of sad.

“Slash” from Castlevania DXC — This series is always delivering awesome gothic rock tunes, and this was the first time I ever heard this little gem. Now I can’t get it out of my head.

“Rastakhan’s Rumble Trailer” from Hearthstone — I was listening through the catchy and cheeky Hearthstone trailers, and this one above all the rest caught my heart. This team has a lot of fun making these.

“Intro” from Yo! Joe! — I have no idea what this Amiga game is, but its music seems to pop up a lot on people’s favorite tunes. I think this intro is a slow burner, but by the end I was grooving fully on it.

“Young Hearts” by Commuter — I always felt this was an underrated ’80s movie anthem. We just watched Karate Kid the other night and I was reminded how much I liked it.

One thought on “Sunday Serenade: Teen Wolf, Albion Online, Castlevania, Hearthstone

  1. shawnvw August 11, 2019 / 7:59 pm

    Have you ever noticed the music that plays on DDO’s Character Selection screen? Listen to it all the way through — it’s surprisingly majestic.

    I really love the chorus singing in some exotic language; it reminds me of the “Conan the Barbarian” soundtrack that my dungeonmaster used to play during our games.

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