Skyrim Soundtrack is ‘Classic’

Posted in News at April 3rd, 2013 / No Comments »

Back in February, we let you know how you could help vote music from our games into Classic FM’s Hall of Fame. Sounds like you guys took action, as music for The Elder Scrolls Franchise skyrocketed to #5 on this year’s list — one spot ahead of some guy named Beethoven!

“Jeremy Soule made his Hall of Fame debut in 2012 with his music from the Skyrim games, and this time he’s gone top ten. The centrepiece of his work on Skyrim is undoubtedly the monumental ‘Dragonborn’, which not features a 30-strong choir, but also features said choir singing in a specially conceived dragon language particular to the games themselves.”

To view the full list, head here.

Bethesda Blog

Skyrim soundtrack nominated

Posted in News at February 11th, 2012 / No Comments »

On the heels of the IAIS awards comes the announcement that the Skyrim soundtrack has been nominated by the International Film Music Critics Association.

The score has been recognized in the category of “Best Original Score for a Video Game or Interactive Media.” The winner is set to be announced at the show on February 23, 2012.

For a full list of the nominees, head to the IFMCA site. And if you dug the Skyrim soundtrack, don’t forget you can still grab a 4 CD set of the music on DirectSong.

Bethesda Blog

MP3 from the Fallout 3 Soundtrack Download link: www.filestube.com Enjoy! Each morning, a missionary advertises neon sign He tells the native population that civilization is fine And three educated savages holler from a bamboo tree That civilization is a thing for me to see So bongo, bongo, bongo, I don’t wanna leave the Congo, oh no no no no no Bingo, bangle, bungle, I’m so happy in the jungle, I refuse to go Don’t want no bright lights, false teeth, doorbells, landlords, I make it clear That no matter how they coax him, I’ll stay right here I looked through a magazine the missionary’s wife concealed (Magazine? What happens?) I see how people who are civilized bung you with automobile (You know you can get hurt that way Daniel?) At the movies they have got to pay many coconuts to see (What do they see, Darling?) Uncivilized pictures that the newsreel takes of me So bongo, bongo, bongo, he don’t wanna leave the Congo, oh no no no no no Bingo, bangle, bungle, he’s so happy in the jungle, he refuse to go Don’t want no penthouse, bathtub, streetcars, taxis, noise in my ear So, no matter how they coax him, I’ll stay right here They hurry like savages to get aboard an iron train And though it’s smokey and it’s crowded, they’re too civilized to complain When they’ve got two weeks vacation, they hurry to vacation ground (What do they do, Darling?) They swim and they fish, but that’s what I do all year round So bongo, bongo, bongo, I don’t wanna leave the Congo, oh no no no no no
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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