Sunday, November 30, 2014

Vanguard's Exodus - Playlist (Updated)

EDIT: I edited this a lot as the writing went on.

As the pain of NaNo comes to an end--and so does my penultimate semester in university--I thought I'd share the music that helped write this story o-e sort of. There's still a lottttt to do.

But so far, this is the playlist I've used while writing Vanguard's Exodus (and some related short stories that served as character backstories or just getting to know them personality wise):
  • Martin O'Donnell and Micheal Salvatori
    • The Halo trilogy (and Wars ODST + Reach) OSTs, notably:
      • In Amber Clad
      • Love Theme
      • Covenant Dance
      • Gravemind
      • The Flood
      • Infiltrate
      • The Gun Pointed At The Head of the Universe
      • Unyielding
      • Broken Gates
        • In fact, most of the Mombasa Suite
      • Cairo Suite
      • Warthog Run
      • Uphill, Both Ways
      • Fingerprints Are Broken
      • Spirit of Fire
      • Out of Shadow
      • To Kill A Demon
      • Movement (Bonus Track)
      • Exodus
    • Destiny's OST (with C. Paul Johnson), most notably:
      • The Traveler
      • Excerpt from the Ecstasy
      • Excerpt from the Hope
      • Excerpt from the Union
      • Guardian
  • Nine Inch Nails
    • The Fragile, in particular:
      • La Mer
      • The Frail
      • The Wretched
      • Ripe (With Decay)
    • From other albums and EPs:
      • A Warm Place
      • Adrift and At Peace
      • The Persistence of Loss
      • Another Version Of The Truth
      • Various Methods of Escape
      • I Would For You
      • Non-Entity
    • Trent Reznor with Atticus Ross, separate of NIN
      • Hand Covers Bruise
      • Intriguing Possibilities
      • Magnetic
      • Technically Missing
    • Trent Reznor with Peter Murphy
      • Strange Kind of Love
      • Atmosphere (cover)
  • Mass Effect soundtracks (They have like a million composers T_T but it's mainly Jack Wall and Clint Mansell)
    • Suicide Mission
    • Ending Themes of 1 and 3.
      • These were done by The Faunts.
    • Leaving Earth
    • Reflections
    • Wake Up
    • Specter Induction
    • From the Wreckage
  • Kenji Kawai - Ghost in the Shell OSTs
    • Making of a Cyborg
    • The Puppet Master
    • Kugutsuuta ura mite chiru
  • Yoko Kanno (often with Scott Mathews) - Ghost in the Shell: SAC
    • Dear John
    • Lithium Flower
    • Torukia
  • The Eagles - Journey of a Sorcerer
  • Elliot Smith - Between the Bars
  • Hiroyuki Sawano - Shingeki no Kyojin OST
    • Omake Pfadlib
    • Eye Water
  • John Williams - Star Wars OSTs
    • Binary Sunset 
    • Across the Universe
  • Lorde - Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Mockingjay Part 1 soundtracks
    • Everybody Wants To Rule The World (cover)
    • Yellow Flicker Beat
  • Vangelis - Blade Runner OST
    • Rachel's Song
    • Blush Response
    • Opening 
    • End Credits
  • Woodkid - Run Boy Run
  • Epic Mountain Music
    • War
    • Planet Earth
    • Time
    • Are You Alone?
    • Moons
  • Trocadero - Red vs. Blue OST
    • Another One Down
    • First Wave
  • Coeur de pirate - Ain't No Sunshine (cover)
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron OST - No Strings On Me (cover)
  • Hans Zimmer - Interstellar OST
    • Cornfield Chase
    • S.T.A.Y
    • Coward
    • No Time For Caution
    • Detach 
    • Quantifiable Connection 
    • Where We're Going
  • James Newton Howard - The Hunger Games series OST's
    • Healing Katniss
    • Katniss Afoot
    • Searching for Peeta
    • Let's Start
  • Tom Holkenborg (Junkie XL) - Mad Max: Fury Road OST
    • Survive (Extended)
    • Brothers in Arms
    • My Name is Max
I hope all NaNo participants had fun. And at least we survived this far :P
~Becky

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