Sunday, September 15, 2013

Underrated Soundtrack and Posting Schedule.

Because my posting schedule posts have become rather dull in comparison to my other ones, I have decided to change things up by adding some of my favorite underrated soundtracks. For those that do not know, I am not a fan of most modern or pop music and the like. My favorite music is often film, TV, and video game soundtracks and I am not talking about songs in musicals, but real orchestra or instrumental music. While I have nothing against modern music and other songs, I do not listen to songs all that much, with the exception of a few TV theme song. For this post series, I will usually be highlighting the music that I am listening to most that week, which usually features more obscure tracks. This week I will be highlighting a couple of tracks from one of my new favorite television series, Code Geass. On a side note, I have reviews written for both season one and two of the series. Please comment below with what you think of this new soundtrack idea. Also here is the schedule below.
Monday: Star Wars Origin Films
Tuesday: Top 10 Actresses: Part 2: 5-1
Wednesday: Jack the Giant Slayer Review
Thursday: The Girl Who Leapt Through Time Review
Friday: Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog Review
Saturday: Movie News

For a science fiction show, Code Geass' score is incredibly unique. Honestly, it is difficult for me to even categorize the soundtrack into any specific genre of music, maybe Spanish inspired, but I do not know. Despite this, I cannot stop listening to this "Zero" track! The unique combination of instruments work for me for some reason, I love it. Every time the tracks starts in the series you want that Zero is about come up with some clever plan of escape; it fits those scenes so perfectly. Below is an extended version of the song.

"Nightmare" is somewhat similar to "Zero," however it is used in a different context. This track is often used during the battle to great effect. Although it might sound odd for an action theme, every time the track starts up it gets me seriously pumped for some epic mech battles. Below is an extended version.

Here is the entire soundtrack to Code Geass, enjoy.

What did you think of the music? Is this a worth while idea for future posts? Please comment below.

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  1. As a huge orchestral soundtrack fan and collector myself, I'm always interested in hearing other fan's thoughts on various scores. Like you, I rarely listen to songs. I much prefer my soundtracks.

    I have never heard of Code Geass (no surprise, looks like Anime, which is not something I've gotten into). The score is interesting, but not my personal taste. I do like the Spanish flavors, but overall, it's too jazzy/busy for me.

    Very much looking forward to any soundtrack posts you choose to upload!

    1. I am glad to see someone else with a same opinion of music.

      Yes, Code Geass is anime, which is something I have just been getting into. I should have posted some of the more orchestral epic themes from the series along these two. I will have to do that next time.

      Thank you DKoren!


  2. These tracks are certainly unique; they sound like they could come from a Spanish action film, lol. These didn't hit any of my chords but that's okay because I like checking out new music; my taste is so wide it really surprises me sometimes what I actually do like! :)

    I think this is a great post idea, there are some AMAZING soundtracks that are sadly underrated. I am looking forward to your next soundtrack selection. :)


    1. Spanish action huh, now that you mention it, I suppose so, although the series is completely different. :)

      Agreed, there are so many fantastic soundtracks that so few people know about. :)


  3. Looks like a great list coming up! :D
    Definitely looking forward to the next post on Actresses and the review for Jack the Giant Slayer :D And you've seen The Girl Who Leapt Through Time?
    That's awesome, my sister really likes that movie :D

    1. Yes, I love The Girl Who Leapt Through Time! It is one of my favorite movies and my second favorite anime film. :D



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