Diablo III: Reaper of Souls OST - 01 Reaper of Souls



Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Official Sound Track.

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  1. I think 2:002:15 is the usual theme for the Cursed Chests but is there an actual loop of it out there somewhere? That's mostly what I've been looking for actually. Love the fact that you uploaded the OST regardless though.

  2. That sword we spent all of that time gathering the one Cain reconstructed with his last breath useless.

  3. While everyone like 2:003:00 part, my personal favourite is 3:404:11. This is sound of inevitability. Sound of absolute power. Sound of death itself coming for you.

  4. What's happening to my skin? Why do I have goose bumps ? Fucking Diablo !!!!!

  5. In my opinion, the soundtrack to Diablo 3 can become quite an ear-sore once you've played it often enough. So to remedy that, I got some Classical Music selections for you guys to play along with this game.
    Please note that most of these tracks are protected by the Berne Act, those that may not are marked with " ** ".

    HERO THEMES:
    1. Tyrael Theme — "Jupitor, Bringer of Jollity" (Holst)
    2. Barbarian Theme — "Ride of the Valkyries" (Wagner)
    3. Crusader Theme — "William Tell Overture Finale" (Rossini)
    4. Demon Hunter Theme — "Hoedown" (Copland)
    5. Monk Theme — "Sabre Dance" (Khachaturian)
    6. Necromancer — "Tales from the Crypt" (Elfman)**
    7. Wizard — "Sorcerer's Apprentice" (Dukas)
    8. Witch Doctor — "Sing Sing Sing" (Goodman)**

    ACT THEMES:
    1. New Tristram — "Danse Macabre" (Saint-Saens)
    2. Caldeum — "Marche Slave" (Tchaikovsky)
    3. Bastians's Keep — "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" (Gould)
    4. High Heavens — "Mars, Bringer of War" (Holst)
    5. Westmarch — "Dream of a Witch's Sabbath" (Berlioz)

    BOSS THEMES:
    1. Skeleton King — "In the Hall of the Mountain King" (Grieg)
    2. Belial — "William Tell Overture: Storm" (Rossini)
    3. Asmodan — "O Fortuna" (Orff)
    4. Diablo — "Night on Bald Mountain" (Mussorgsky)
    5. Malthael — "Toccata en Fugue in D Minor" (Bach)

  6. Many people say this is not dark enough, I say it's not supposed to be. This isn't the end of days, this isn't the ultimate judgement. This is the theme of Wisdom turned Death, it's the theme that defines Malthael. Take a listen to the whole thing… It starts bright, calm and hopeful up until 1:05. I imagine it like this, the beginning was simple, Malthael, leader of the Angiris council, simply fighting the forces of darkness. 1:05 The worldstone's destruction that left Malthael wondering the Pandemonium Fortress in thought and search for answers. 1:42 Succumbing to madness, becoming Death after so much time spent alone, prisoner of his own mind. 2:02 to end, the ultimate act, turning against friend and foe alike, in the hope he fulfills his vision of what is right, to conclude The Eternal Conflict.

  7. This expansion pack redeems Diablo III, imo.
    1. Great OST, as in, holy shit, this is a movie-quality soundtrack which makes it look-er, should I say "sound" like blizzard actually cared.
    2. Malthael's introduction to the game was just awesome as hell. Done so much better than Diablo. Doesn't say a single word throughout the trailer other than his one liner of, "No-one can stop death".
    3. Malthael has a perfectly relatable and justified motive as we find out in the game and via books, which means that he's more or less an anti-hero
    4. The campaign for this expansion is way fucking better than Diablo III in my opinion.

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