TWD Music Appreciation Thread

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  • I know the feel bra ;-;

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  • OzzyUKOzzyUK Moderator
    edited January 2014

    This song by Anadel could also fit into The Walking Dead

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taTTt7dH4Ig

    RedxLeader posted: »

    Another song by Anadel - "Jordan" sounds like it would fit The Walking Dead. It has a very ethereal and somber sound to it which seems to fit. Jordan WALLS by Anadel

  • edited January 2014

    Since we're on the subject of Anadel. I think "Are We Afraid/Cities" would make a good credit song, more specifically the "Cities" portion of the song at around 3:50.

    Are We Afraid/Cities

    "I can see the light that leads you here – soundwaves, rising fear – don’t believe that it is not enough – the city wakes – well hold the fire, its ours to take."

    OzzyUK posted: »

    This song by Anadel could also fit into The Walking Dead https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taTTt7dH4Ig

  • Did the trailers for season 1's episodes have different bands doing the music? I'm wondering if they'll be able to pull off the same level of quality like "All That Remains" trailer for the next 4 episode's trailers.

  • What is the name of the track that plays when Clementine shoots or leaves Lee? It is different to the sad version of alive inside.

  • Qipoi posted: »

    What is the name of the track that plays when Clementine shoots or leaves Lee? It is different to the sad version of alive inside.

  • That isn't it, but thanks for trying. I'm talking about the tune that plays when she is shooting him or leaving, not before or after.

    They show it in the season 2 recap.

  • GOUSTTTTGOUSTTTT Banned
    edited January 2014

    This one has a RE2 & 3 feel to it.

  • This was my favourite track in 400 Days thank ya

    GOUSTTTT posted: »

    This one has a RE2 & 3 feel to it.

  • Back when you won the NBA title? :D

    Brings back memories

  • edited January 2014

    ...Sadly they're just memories...

    Gengar posted: »

    Back when you won the NBA title?

  • GOUSTTTTGOUSTTTT Banned
    edited January 2014

    Thanks & It certainly has an edgy feeling to it.

    This was my favourite track in 400 Days thank ya

  • I thought this track was the creepiest in 400 days and PS: I loved Wyatt's story.

    GOUSTTTT posted: »

    Thanks & It certainly has an edgy feeling to it.

  • So much win in this son.

    Yet so much cry.

    OzzyUK posted: »

    This song by Anadel could also fit into The Walking Dead https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taTTt7dH4Ig

  • It's called The Last Moments. I've posted it on here before. You should be able to find it.

    Qipoi posted: »

    That isn't it, but thanks for trying. I'm talking about the tune that plays when she is shooting him or leaving, not before or after. They show it in the season 2 recap.

  • Gotta love Wyatt & Eddie :)

    I thought this track was the creepiest in 400 days and PS: I loved Wyatt's story.

  • My fav lines: "I will punch your eyes"-Eddie / "Hey, Wyatt, I ate paste when I was a kid, doi!"

    GOUSTTTT posted: »

    Gotta love Wyatt & Eddie

  • GOUSTTTTGOUSTTTT Banned
    edited January 2014

    Eddie: All right, Lets Tom Cruise outta here.

    My fav lines: "I will punch your eyes"-Eddie / "Hey, Wyatt, I ate paste when I was a kid, doi!"

  • "Really?"

    GOUSTTTT posted: »

    Eddie: All right, Lets Tom Cruise outta here.

  • What..but..this is exactly what plays during that scene, i even checked..

    Qipoi posted: »

    That isn't it, but thanks for trying. I'm talking about the tune that plays when she is shooting him or leaving, not before or after. They show it in the season 2 recap.

  • Good work, this suits season 2's theme perfectly. It has those really foresty sounding instruments, the lyrics just seem really appropriate, I think this might show up in episode 2, or 4, depending on which has the majority of war and character deaths. I would say that it might turn up in episode five, but Telltale tends to blow us away with the surprisingly unique finale music like they did with 'Take us back.'

    RedxLeader posted: »

    Since we're on the subject of Anadel. I think "Are We Afraid/Cities" would make a good credit song, more specifically the "Cities" p

  • I'm just imagining a travel montage near the end of the game with Clem and the only other survivor of the season going north while 6:00->7:54 plays. (maybe Kenny and Clem are on a boat, or Eddie/Luke and Clem are on a bike or a horse)

    Qipoi posted: »

    Good work, this suits season 2's theme perfectly. It has those really foresty sounding instruments, the lyrics just seem really appr

  • edited February 2014

    This would play at the end of the episode if Kenny dies this season.

    OzzyUK posted: »

    This song by Anadel could also fit into The Walking Dead https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taTTt7dH4Ig

  • "Clementine Suite" was one of those songs that stuck with me immediately. Same with "In The Water." Made me feel so many different things. Got me into a bunch of Anadel's stuff too. They've just got that sound about them that works. So many great songs with violin/piano accompanying. Definitely several other songs that'd fit right into TWD.

  • Well, aside from a few of the bigger ones that have already been mentioned, such as "Armed with Death" and "Sacrifice", both of which I love, another I can't forget the Bandit Attack music from Long Road Ahead. I don't know why, it was just the perfect music for that scene, I thought.

    Another one I love is "I'll cover you," from 400 Days. It's the one that starts up as soon as the sniper at the pitstop starts shooting at Russell and Nate. It reminds me a lot of the aforementioned "Bandit Attack", but faster paced and more urgent. That music helped make the scene, I felt. And besides, it reminds me of Nate. What's not to love about that?

  • I see all these dislikes...

    I smell the stench of trolls. Who else would be so soulless and dumb to dislike posts talking about how beautiful The Walking Dead's music is?

  • I'm no Bra.

    GOUSTTTT posted: »

    I know the feel bra ;-;

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGQoQGMePXA

    I liked this song the best out of S2E1. I think it sums up the episode if not the whole series feelings really well. Its a kind of variation of the main title theme as well. This song plays at the scene when Clem wakes up on the bank of the river after escaping Winston and is cold, hungry and on her own ("lost"). I also was a big fan of the quiet reflection scenes looking at the wrecked campground boat, grave and dead walker etc. I enjoyed it much better seeing the sadness on her face and knowing what she was thinking instead of some monologue spoken outloud.

    Looking forward to hearing more of this type of music in the soundtrack and also more scenes that evoke those kinds of emotions again.

  • Thanks for posting this here.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGQoQGMePXA I liked this song the best out of S2E1. I think it sums up the episode if not the whol

  • I like this one a lot. It plays after you get rescued by Luke & Pete in the forest. It's great how it goes from a peaceful theme, how you met these two nice guys who want to help you, and then the music suddenly goes to being tense as soon as Luke spots the bite.

  • Not as badass as Armed With Death, but just as intense, and far more dark.

  • <3 !! I love it!

    Taioo I'm a sucker for piano music. There is much skill with this one.

  • edited February 2014

    I don't know if this has been already posted but I really love the folk music that Chuck plays at the train in episode 4.

    It's so sad and it was... perfect for that moment.

    Man, you always need a folk musicist in a zombie apocalypse!

  • Don't worry about re-posting, as long as it isn't excessive.

    This thread will never die!

    Cantastorie posted: »

    I don't know if this has been already posted but I really love the folk music that Chuck plays at the train in episode 4. It's so sad and it was... perfect for that moment. Man, you always need a folk musicist in a zombie apocalypse!

  • I liked the Kenny song a lot. As soon as that song started I knew that Kenny was going to do something drastic that I wouldn't like. I liked how it suddenly swells right as Kenny makes the decision to close the gate. It's a nice track.

    The song is amazing, and the scene it plays over is amazing. Nothing more needs to be said about that one. Kenny's sacrifice music... haters gonna hate all they want, I think it's a great track to go along with a great scene(or two).

  • One of the first things that I noticed about SE2 was that the music was louder and seemed to have better quality. Now I pretty much love all of the songs in "All That Remains".

  • The music is really eerie. It unsettles me, especially the beginning. It just has that ... dead and lonely tone to it. I'm glad some one else shares the same opinion. :)

    Yeah I think In The Water is great. Also, for any other guitar players on this thread, here's the only tab I could find. The rhythms

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