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    Background music

    I'm sure it's been discussed to death here, but what do you listen while playing a game?

    The Mission and Gladiator comes to mind, what else?

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    Depends on the mood. Soundtracks are hugely popular like Conan, Stigmata, Heavy Metal, BramStokers Dracula, 13th gate or something like that. Also, classical music is great as is light jazz.

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    slayer, (real) metallica, (old-school) anthrax, danzig, NIN, Type O Negative, Marcy Playground, Celtic Music (gnomish), Bethoven, Bach, Spooky Music I, II & III, Chamber Music (elvish), Baroke (sp?) (dwarven), Native American Tribal (wild elves), African Tribal (halflings) - that's a start.

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    mmmmm... Native american tribal, celt music....all fine, but
    could you please be more specific...thanks.

    I'm really looking for specific titles, no "jazz" or "classical" or "medieval"

    let's add one

    The last of the Mohicans

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    Soundtracks
    Bram Stoker's Dracula
    Conan The Barbarian
    The Crow
    Interview With The Vampire
    The Hunt For Red October

    Albums
    Metallica - Ride The Lightning & Master of Puppets
    Iron Maiden - Seventh Son of A Seventh Son & Number Of The Beast
    Danzig - The one with Until You Call On The Dark
    Type O Negative - Bloody Kisses
    Disturbed - The Sickness
    Apocalyptica - Any Of Their Albums, They All Kick Ass

    Thats all I can think of right now.

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    For just plain eerie, try Midnight Syndicate and the soundtrack for The Cell. Also the sountrack from Shallow Grave was wicked, but in between the spooky tracks is some bagpipes.

    Do you get whiplash from changing moods that fast?

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