The fighting Pits?
By Mr wopsican
Where is the drum beats from the fighting pits when Jorah was fighting? How could they leave that out?
Excellent soundtrack. I'm not sure why, but the last track creeped me out a little....
Game of Thrones
Which track is the end credits?
I am an avid listener of all of the Game of Thrones soundtracks. I love what Djawadi has done with the music for this series. My favorite themes are any of the ones that have to do with Dany’s storyline, anything that has to do with Melisandre or the Lord of Light, and the Winterfell theme. After the soundtrack for season 4 (which in my opinion, is the best soundtrack of the series yet. I love the track “The Children”.), I was let down by this soundtrack. While some of the tracks are very good (the House of Black and White, and Dance of Dragons are my favorites on this album), the others are not as interesting.
Love the album but...
When will season five be available on itunes?
Tears in my eyes.
This soundtrack is so beautiful and the cello notes move every little single living cell in me.
By Baz N.
The soundtracks for this show only get better; the progression of the major themes somehow get darker as they follow the story, yet they don't lose the beauty captured in the previous seasons. Definitely wish there were more tracks, but I think they have reused some from previous seasons. I noticed the track "Winterfell" from season 2's soundtrack was used quite a few times.
missing some songs?
how come there are some songs that didnt make the soundtrack?
Best score of the series!
This is definitely one of the best soundtracks Ramin Djawadi has produced for the series so far.
The standout tracks for me:
'Atonement' - a very somber rendition of the Rains of Castamere theme that's been present throughout the whole series.
'Son of the Harpy' - very ominous track, well-suited to its namesake and the chanting chorus reminiscent of a pit of hissing snakes.
'Dance of Dragons' - an awesome, action-filled track with hints of the 'Dracarys' theme from the Season 3 OST, which bleeds into a new theme...
'Blood of the Dragon' - arguably one of the best songs on the score. A lot of emotions in this one. It sounds slightly mournful, but gives the feeling of starting over and returning to your roots, which is what Daenerys is doing after she leaves Mereen on Drogon.
Having been a huge fan of the Game of Thrones Soundtracks, I am always eager for a new release to keep on deck between seasons. With this latest release, it firmly grabs my attention, I cannot think of a single song I would go without on this, I can literally just start it from the beginning and not skip forward, I enjoy some tracks more than others obviously, but I am willing to wait and relish each one as they each have something to offer. Put on some good headphones and enjoy the ride. If only all television shows could reach this level of captivating aural landscape.