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I know I can't be the only one out there who soundtracks for her stories and characters. If Youtube is anything to go by, people see music videos for everything. I am constantly on the hunt for new music, because music opens up creative doors for my process. I see things for my characters and story that I could not otherwise do on my own. Movies and books provide  inspiration, but music is in a class all its own.
In celebration of that, I invite my watchers and fellow writing enthusiasts to try a creative exercise: offer up the soundtrack to your own writing. You never know, you might just give someone else the perfect song to complete their own soundtrack's story. It's my hope that people will post a musical narrative that evokes the journey of their characters and story.
Creativity on DeviantArt is far too often seen as a commodity, something to be selfishly hoarded instead of shared. The best sort of creativity is the kind that inspires.
In the spirit of that, since it's the holidays and all, let inspiration ring.
Check out the comments, take a listen, and be sure to leave comments for other people if they leave a song that you like. Especially if it sparks your interest in their story.
I'm not one to be left out,  so I will kick things off by offering the first fifteen songs from my dinosaur novel Mark of the Conifer:

1. The Beginning - Two Steps From Hell - Unfolding Armies…
2. Sunstrike's Clan - Two Steps From Hell - Adventures of Enchantment…
3. Sol's Theme - Immediate Music - Serenata Immortale…
4. Song of the Sauris - Corner Stone Cues - Madokara Mieru…
5. Song of the Droemar - E.S. Posthumus - Arise…
6. Song of the Hadrei - Chouwa Oto - With Reflection…
7. Song of the Theros - Corner Stone Cues - Ten Years Kashmir (Film Percussion Mix)…
8. Leaf's Escape - Two Steps From Hell - Black Blade…
9. The Sea Gods - Two Steps From Hell - Atlantis…
10. Facing the Fire - Two Steps From Hell - To Glory…
11. Courtship - E.S Posthumus - Manju…
12. At the End - Two Steps From Hell - Crimson Death…
13. Legend - E.S Posthumus - Oraanu Pi…
14. Told In Stone - Switchfoot - The Shadows Prove The Sunshine…
15. The Pact - Angels And Airwaves- The Gift…
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DasTenna Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013
I almost forgot about classical music like the Carmina Burana by Carl Orff: [link]
"Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi" is the perfect theme for the Expiration of the Universe in my Space Opera. This powerful melody makes me imagine how Kaeli appears in the skies like the crucified Jesus, bleeding from wounds in her wrists, feet and side, how blood falls like rain, how the Messengers of the Might appear shortly after Kaeli one after another on every world and rip them apart bit by bit, how meteors fall in hundreds, how Kaeli or Meni float near a sun and use its flames to wipe out every planet in a system.
DasTenna Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013
The first 2:20 minutes of "Seasons in the Abyss" by Slayer [link] made me envision the resurrection of Kaeli.
Some songs that, despite the lyrics, touch me and create the right mood for certain scenes:
Vermillion Part two by Slipknot: [link]
The Ride of the Valkyries by Richard Wagner: [link]
The part that makes us imagine a marching army is intrinsically tied to the beginning of "Apocalypse Now": [link]
And "No Hiding Place" played in season 4 of Babylon 5 fits some of my cruelest and craziest characters: [link] (and here you can see the scene connected to the song: [link])
Here is the original interpreted by The Carter Family, recorded in the 1930īs: [link]
"When the Man comes around" by Johnny Cash: [link] (especially the part with "Hear the trumpets, hear the pipers, one hundred million angels marching [...]" that makes me think of Dooms Day) and other songs by Johnny Cash :nod:
or music by Vitas like Opera 2: [link] (though I have to admit that I donīt understand any slavic language ^^;)

Mostly, I am set into the right mood or inspired by melodies and voices alone, I mostly ignore the texts.
I often have problems with names of titles and interprets, so I canīt recall most of the music that inspires me ^^;
Nick-Matulich Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
My personal Playlist

If I had to suggest a music artist, it shall be Voltaire. And two of his songs, When You're Evil and Zombie Prostitute.

Zombie Prostitute

When You're Evil
IgniteTheBlaize Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Music is definitely a category all its own :D
All these songs are just kinda a mix of about 3 diff stories and 2 of them I am currently writing :3
I usually prefer songs that have lyrics to them but when I look for music it has to either give me goosebumbs or make me nearly cry from the epicness XD

1. [link] "Fight"-Natalia Barbu
2. [link] "Forever"-Red
3. [link] "Across the Line"-Linkin Park
4. [link] "In the End"-Linkin Park
5. [link] "Numb"-Linkin Park
6. [link] "Guardian Angel"-Abandon All Ships
7. [link] "I Wish I Had an Angel"-Nightwish
8. [link] "Cadence of Her Last Breath"-Nightwish
9. [link] "Erased"-Dead by April
10. [link] "Our Solemn Hour"-Within Temptation
11. [link] "A Demon's Fate"-Within Temptation
12. [link] "Whispers in the Dark"-Skillet
13. [link] "A Little Faster"-There for Tomorrow
14. [link] "Tomorrow"-SR-71
15. [link] "Echo"-Jason Walker
16. [link] "On my Own"-Ashes Remain
17. [link] "Anthem of the Lonely"-Nine Lashes
18. [link] "Last One Standing"-Simple Plan
19. [link] "Silhouette"-Owl City
20. [link] "Through the Fire and Flames"-Dragonforce
Kaljaia Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012
Very interesting question.
Had to sit down and think about it to answer.

I have a constant soundtrack shuffle in the background as I write- a few hours worth of songs ranging from Vivaldi to Globus, but for individual scenes or characters....

For characters:
Seth gets Nostradamus by Maksim [link]
David has Croatian Rhapsody by Maksim [link]
Ahuna gets Explosive by Bond [link]
Jeni gets Above by Blue Man Group [link]
Sha'Laron has Bedrich Smetana's Quartet No. 1 [link]
Kheris has La Campanella [link]
Ty gets The Reel by Secret Garden [link]
Ferren has Transcendence by Lindsey Stirling [link]
The Journ'Ka has Toccata&Fuge [link]

The writing playlist itself contains Hans Zimmer, Steve Jablonski, James Newton Howard, Ronan Hardiman, John Debney, Joshua Bell, and just about all of Globus.

P.S. Have you ever used Grooveshark for playlist building?
RedVioletPanda Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012   Digital Artist
I have a couple considering the long time I've had to work on the various stories and universes in my own time:

Steel Horse has been an on again, off again project of mine which has gotten revamped and reworked again:
Midnight City - M83 (The opening credits): [link]
Reunion - M83 (the ending credits): [link]
Money - Mystery Skulls (trailer and time off at the island theme): [link]
Paralyzed - Mystery Skulls : [link]
Unstoppable - Mystery Skulls (fighting music): [link]
Higher- Mystery Skulls: [link]
Dune (Desert theme) - Brian Eno (but the soundtrack to Dune, no matter what you thought of the movie has some good pieces in it none the less): [link]
Galaxies - Owl City: [link]
Walking on a Dream - Empire of the Sun: [link]
Stars Come Out - Calvin Harris: [link]

The songs for this particular series has almost had a strange way of evolving with the music I listen to throughout the years. When the first draft of Steel Horse came to mind, it had a very techno, Matrix-ish feel to it, mainly because it was futuristic sci-fi, but as the years have progressed and I took it out to figuritively brush off the dust and combine it with another story that had sputtered out, I realized that some of the music I was listening to at the moment was excellent for how I was rewriting Steel Horse.
Droemar Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012
Wow, Brian Eno worked on the Dune soundtrack? Awesome.
RedVioletPanda Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012   Digital Artist
Along with Toto. But yeah, it's worth a listen, at least Dune (desert theme) and Dune Main Titles.
SideQuestPubs Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
You know, I've never really thought about what music I listen to when I write.
Mostly I don't listen to music while writing, unless it's pure instrumental (or occasionally chanting), but even then, I don't often listen and write.

When I do listen and write, it tends to be the various game, anime, or other soundtracks I have lining my shelves. I have little enough else that's purely instrumental, and come to think of it... little else at all after that last donation trip.
Currently I'm on Skyrim, though I am looking to buy the various "Doctor Who" soundtracks. (And since my nephew wants the DW music on his MP3 player, I think know what to buy for Christmas. :D)
Even then, I usually just let it play out, either on random or in the original order.

When I actually choose specific songs, which song depends on what scene I'm writing.
For instance, I might try one of the crypt/tomb/etc songs used in Elder Scrolls when I'm working on one of the creepy scenes in a novel.
I think I might try the in-battle music for some of the action scenes, and so on.

Songs for specific characters, though...?
I have no idea. I haven't put much thought into it.
Maybe I should; might be an interesting way of fleshing out the character a bit more. (Whether they like that particular song or genre, or not. :D)
VixieArts Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Oh, I love journals like these, I always end up finding so much music I like! :D
Here's a few of my current favorite tracks that I tend to listen to while working or writing;
[link] - Ghost Love Score By Nightwish
[link] - Kings and Queens By 30 Seconds To Mars
[link] - Test Drive, HTTYD Soundtrack
[link] - Midnight City By M83
[link] - Driving With The Top Down, IronMan Soundtrack
Droemar Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012
M83 had more interesting videos than music, but I liked it all the same. Also really like Ghost Love Score By Nightwish.
KreepingSpawn Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Heh. I was totally going to recommend Two Steps From Hell. ;)
You might also enjoy Apocalyptica, Ladytron, Aphex Twin, The Knife, Armin Van Buuren, Guthrie Govan, Kaki King, A4A, Penatonix, Sabaton, Yoko Kanno...
DeyVarah Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh, one thing I forgot. Have you heard of the band Globus? They make songs out of trailer music tracks and imho it sounds amazing!
(playlists of their two albums)
DeyVarah Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Okay, I'm not a writer but I want to share some of my absolute favorite songs that let movies play in my head with you, if that's alright :)

First off, my #1 favorite and self-declared theme for my main character: [link] (Non-stop Music - Edge of the World)

Now the songs I currently listen to the most on my playlist, they are my biggest inspiration while creating my Graphic Novel:

(From Soundtracks)
Darksiders 2 OST (Jesper Kyd) - 05 The Corruption [link]
Transformers OST (Steve Jablonsky) - Optimus [link]
TESV Skyrim OST - Music Explore Day08 [link]
Crimson Tide main theme (Hans Zimmer) [link] (first 3min)
Gladiator (Hans Zimmer) - Now We Are Free [link]
Dinosaur (James Newton Howard) - The Egg Travels [link] (from 0:45min)
Mousehunt (Alan Silvestri) - End Credits [link]

Two Steps from Hell - Freedom Fighters [link]
Future World Music - Ascension [link]
Mark Petrie - From Within [link]
Mark Petrie - Omega Point [link]
Selectracks - The Cosmic Shores [link]
X-Ray Dog - Acts of Courage [link]

I've got a ton more but this the special selection!

Also check out this guy :icondanman87:, he's got some really good orchestral pieces :)
Droemar Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012
Get your ass in gear on that graphic novel. This has a very nice musical narrative that I think is interesting. I'd like to see the story behind it.
Liked The Corruption and Omega Point the most.
SianaLaurie Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
Here [link] I submit the music for my fanfic and etc
Some of them are in english and other are in spanish ;)
Vocable Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012   Writer
Personal soundtrack alright? It hasn't been updated since I posted it but it's still a solid playlist. I like to think it tells a story.

Vocable's Playlist
WhiteWolfEclipse Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012
Music takes a huge part in my writing, which usually ends up being dramatic at times due to that xD

My soundtrack list is huge XD
Here's to name off a few ~

[link](Excision - Execute)
[link](Excision - Existence)
[link](Excision - The Underground)
[link](Downlink - Biohazard)
(A personal favorite)
[link](Downlink - Emergency)
[link](Downlink and Datsik - Against the Machines)
[link](Downlink - In The Zone)
[link](Excision and Downlink - Swerve)

I listen to a lot of Electronic Music, but I usually listen to TSFH and other instrumental bands as well :D
Droemar Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012
Holy crap, Excision - Execute was amazing. Perfect for a cyberpunk story I'm working on. Also really liked Swerve and In The Zone.
WhiteWolfEclipse Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2012
Execute has to be one of my personal favorites of theirs <3
Glad I could share it, then :D
Rebel-Mel Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Aw man, my soundtrack is huge. Music alone has inspired a lot of what I do, though, so I guess that's only natural. I won't bore you with the whole thing, though. My top songs are:

"Praeludium II" by Deadlock
"Amaranth" by Nightwish
"Hand of Sorrow" by Within Temptation
"Cursive Eve" by i:Scintilla
"Nara" by E.S. Posthumus
"From Yesterday" by 30 Seconds to Mars
"Death of Love" by Cradle of Filth
"Falling Inside the Black" by Skillet
"Passion Colors Everything" by Poets of the Fall
"Wasted Years" by Cold

... and basically any E.S. Posthumus or Two Steps From Hell song serves as good inspiration. The things that make it to my soundtrack though more often than not have lyrics--I have an easier time finding lyrics that fit than I do just thematic music. Instrumental things set the mood but lyrics make things specific, I guess.
Droemar Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
Really liked "Amaranth" by Nightwish, Hand of Sorrow" by Within Temptation, and "Cursive Eve" by i:Scintilla. Really awesome stuff. Thanks!
Rebel-Mel Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Student Digital Artist
No problem! :) Glad you liked them.
Rebel-Mel Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Oh! I forgot Dargaard. Lots of Dargaard. "Takhisis Dance" is once of my favs.
This-Is-M3 Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012
I don't really have an order to these yet, so excuse the fact that they're rather randomly listed. But these
are songs that are inspiring my current project.

[link] -Imagine Dragons: It's Time

[link] - Mikky Ekko: Who Are You, Really?

[link] - Funeral Suits: All Those Friendly People

[link] - One Republic: Feel Again

Not a lot yet. But this is a fairly new idea, so y'know.
Droemar Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012
Really like One Republic: Feel Again. Yay!
MistingWolf Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Look up katethegreat19 on youtube. :D
TomoeNuru Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Professional Writer
I don't really comment, as I don't have a lot of time, but first, I want to say thanks for all your journals and work. It's wonderful stuff. And since this is quick and simple, I thought it good to leave a note.

Here's my playlist: [link] I prefer Assassin's Creed: Revelations over all the others.
girlonwantedposters Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012
My soundtrack is simply this:

Wolf's rain OST soundtrack, Final Fantasy Crisis core OST soundtrack, Spirit, stallion of the cimeron(sp?) OST soundtrack, and bring to a boil by beltaine. Oh, and our own Blueshinewolf's OST song; Heart of a warrior.

And three or four extra songs that are just random.
La-Price Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
off topic, but your book, mark of the conifer? are you still writing it or is it up for sale yet?
Droemar Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012
Still writing it.
La-Price Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
awesome :)
Kazeii Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
You mean aside from the little themes I make up myself (a grand total of one of which is actually "finished" into a three-staff part)?

Ah, my boy Zyran, who starts out as an agent sent by Death to wipe out some heretics in the middle of nowhere, and through an unfortunate (or fortunate, depending on how you look at it) turn of events becomes the fish-fairy-appointed guardian of a little girl, starts out with a song called "Rada" by Thomas Bergersen, and the only theme I have going for his second role hasn't managed to progress more than a few measures. The little girl's theme can be downloaded here [link] if you care to take a listen, but it'll be changed over time.

The Vloss (baddies from across the sea) currently have ES Posthumus' "Kalki" as their main theme, although that will probably change as I make them something more layered than a generic evil conquering army.

And although I have rather a lot more characters, those are the only ones with songs that I particularly ascribe to them.
Ocefox Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Student General Artist
Often times the stories I write and the genre of music I listen to are very similar. I tend to listen to anime themes and Asian pop music when I'm trying to write something happy. Unfortunately I don't have a specific soundtrack for each of my stories but for the two I'm working on right now I tend to listen to the Rise Against albums "Appeal to Reason" and "Endgame", Linkin Park songs (pre much all of them) and various songs I found in the Emo radio on Spotify. Sorry this wasn't very helpful, I have this huge favourites playlist on my iPod that I listen to on Shuffle when I'm writing. Sometimes I listen to the Portal 2 Soundtrack because it gets my mind thinking and there aren't any words to screw with my words. I hope this was good enough : p
MuseAmused Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Well my most up-to-date soundtracks are on Spotify (if you have that and are interested, lemme know and I can link you to some of my stories playlists).

But here's some slightly older playlists of mine...
Tales of the Robo-Nuclear Age (Serial style pulpy sci-fi adventure story featuring nuclear supermen, robot spies and Communist vampires) [link]
Seek The Things (An Antique dealer takes up a side hobby seeking out and containing dangerous artifacts, under the guidance of an enigmatic creature that's kept an eye on him his whole life)- [link]
HappyMilkXD Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012
I don't have a soundtrack for my current project (at least not as you do) but this is the closest thing I have to one:
[link] Opening (Red Hot Chili Peppers - Monarchy of Roses)
[link] Origin (Phillip Glass - Pruit Igoe & Prophecies)
[link] Persecution (ORBITAL - P.E.T.R.O.L.)
[link] Theme for Despair (Salem - King Night) (I recomend you to not actually watch the video)
[link] Contemplation (The Verve - Bitter Sweet Symphony)
[link] Theme for Rivalry (Kara Kum - Banco de Gaia)
[link] Sacrifice (The Art of Noise - Moments in Love (Zombie Rave Mix)) (from 0:15 to 5:32)
[link] Ending (El Guincho - Bombay)

And here are some other songs that somehow are related to my story (even if they don't figure in any scene)
[link] Audioslave - Like a Stone (Helped me to start defining what I wanted for my story)
[link] Rainin' in Paradize - Manu Chao (Made me know about the Maasai, an important culture for my story)
[link] Snow (Hey Oh) - Red Hot Chili Peppers
[link] Beautiful Day - Venus
Jazz-Rhythm Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh man, I have too much music to share.
Right now for the projects I'm working on, these songs inspire me the most:

Cold Mountain soundtrack
You Will Be My Ain True Love
Love Theme

Snow White and the Huntsman soundtrack
Trailer Song
Breath Of Life

Guilty Crown soundtrack
Hill Of Sorrow

Game of Thrones soundtrack
Opening Violin+Rock Cover
The Old Ways
Blood of the Dragon

And here are some miscellaneous stuff
Noble Maiden Fair from the Brave soundtrack
In for the Kill for Dredd 3D
The Requiem by Linkin Park
WolfenAmphithere Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Professional Artist
...I'm not sure I understand this... What's going on?

Oh, uhm... Right. This requires me to actually have something with a plot... that I'm not keeping offline until I have it fleshed out enough to be more than a few doodles >_> So nope, nothing :c
Furrama Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012   Digital Artist
I think I have had different songs kickstart the development of some characters, but at some point the tend to outgrow the song that gave them a bit of dimension.

Amir and Arel both got their big growth spurt somewhere in The Black Parade by My Chemical Romance, both taking turns singing at each other. Near the end of the middle I dissected the part where it almost sounds like you could split the singer into two people, singing similar but very different ideals every other line. I know that wasn't the original intent of the song, but it was useful to use it in that way. Now though, I'm not sure they fit in that song as much as they once did, but it did shape them. They even switched sides, my Dragon is now my hero (great job breaking it indeed), because he became far more of a sympathetic idealist due to his "verse", while the other became far more cynical and unlikable because of his.

Even the image of a father taking his child to a parade of sorts and impressing upon him his (bad) ideals has made it in, indeed the theme of a father's influence completely weaves through the entire narrative.

Now Terra has had many songs over the years, but she's no longer a main character anymore. A main element to be sure, but what she represents has changed and I guess I'd have to find a new song for her. What it was before I do not remember. Didn't stick. Maybe Going Under by Evanescence. The lyrics seem to fit. But it's not that important.

Nobody else in The Tree of Babylon is of enough import to get a song save maybe for Helel and Arakiel, but their inspiration was more study inspired than anything.
Deserti Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012   Digital Artist
The Last of the Mohicans (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
It's a stunning soundtrack to a stunning movie. Main Title, The Kiss, and Promontory are the best tracks. :3
Uruboros Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Professional Writer
I don't really have any character-specific soundtracks, but I do have certain things that seem to inspire me a lot more. If I ever want to imagine amazing settings, usually I got with the Etrian Odyssey Super Arrange soundtrack.
Unoraptormon Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome tracks. I usually use the OST's for older games, such as DK1 [link] and Banjo&Kazooie [link] .
OmniWitch Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Professional Writer
As I continue to spam your journal because I keep thinking of things to post, here's my top 13 songs for TWSD, which features a lot of pianos and strings. I tried to put them together as if following the story.

1. Stoic from the Shawshank Redemption OST: [link]
2. Snow White from the Snow White and the Huntsman OST: [link]
3. Dreams are Dangerous from the Coraline OST: [link]
4. Run to the Church from the 6th Sense OST: [link]
5. Journey to the West from the Princess Mononoke OST: [link]
6 Healing Katniss from The Hunger Games OST: [link]
7. The Kiss from the Last of the Mohicans OST: [link]
8. Flare from Homestuck's Vol. 8: [link]
9. Sick from the Black Beauty OST: [link]
10. End Titles from The Village OST: [link]
11. Thistles and Weeds by Mumford and Sons (the only non-instrumental song on TWSD's playlist): [link]
12. Darkness Gives Way by Clouds and Clocks: [link]
13. Charades from the Lady in the Water OST: [link]
14. Towers Fall into the Sea by Clocks and Clouds: [link]
15. Together We Will Live Forever from The Fountain's OST: [link]
Charanty Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012
Interesting idea.
I know that quite a lot of people give their characters theme songs but making a sound track for the whole story will sure be interesting.
Fogdragon23 Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I just found Netsky a few days ago, maybe you'll like them. [link] get a lot of inspiration from Murray Gold's stuff since you know...whovian and all. xD Found a remix that I've completely latched onto, idk something about the added drums that makes it more powerful. [link]
Anyway, much luck on finding more music for your stories! =D
Manar-Darkwing Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
I normally stick to Audiomachine and Two Steps from Hell. Got a ton of playlists that I;ve come up with for people and such.

Just a few of my more used ones that frequent more then one playlist:

Audiomachine - Danuvius
Loreena McKennitt - Kecharitomene
Loreena McKennitt- Caravanserai
Two Steps From Hell - Clair Voyant
Two Steps From Hell - To Glory
Hallowedlady Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012
Songs that are probabaly the soundtrack to the project I'm working on

Set Prometheus Aflame

Domino the Destitute

Skyward Escape Into Sunset
OmniWitch Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Professional Writer
I actually have an on going soundtrack list for To Wake Sleeping Dogs, a webcomic I'm working on with :iconelektroyu:. You can see it here: [link]

Most of my favorite soundtracks are represented at least once there, but for the sake of convenience I recommend:

1. The Big Fish OST
2. The Village OST
3. Lady in the Water OST
4. Sixth Sense OST
5. Black Beauty OST
6. Clouds and Clocks (band)
7. The Assassination of Jessie James OST
8. Princess Mononoke OST
9. Spirited Away OST
10. Wolf's Rain OST
11. The Hunger Games OST
12. Snow White and the Huntsman OST
13. A Series of Unfortunate Events OST
14. The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo (english) OST
15. Pan's Labyrinth OST
16. I Am Legend OST
17. Snow Falling on Cedars OST
18. The Fountain OST
19. The Shawshank Redemption OST
20. Coraline OST
OmniWitch Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Professional Writer
Oh, I don't know how you feel about the webcomic, Homestuck, but there's an awful lot of great score for it on the website: [link]
FablePaint Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Just a quick suggestion, go listen to How to destroy angels. It's Reznor's latest band and they have an album called "an omen"
Also bastion's soundtrack is incredible
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