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  • No One of Consequence
    started a topic Music to Werewolf by.

    Music to Werewolf by.

    Because I have a small amount of free time and am just in one of those moods. Thus, I will subject you to part of an old man's CD collection.

    Rasputina - "Bad Moon Rising"


    Echo & the Bunnymen - "The Killing Moon"


    Dead Man's Bones - "Werewolf Heart"


    Rainbow - "Run with the Wolf"


    Danzig - "Killer Wolf"


    Moterhead - "Just 'Cos You Got the Power"




  • No One of Consequence
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    Pearl Jam (a band I've always hated) - "Do the Evolution"

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  • MyWifeIsScary
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    I am convinced that this is the song for Werewolf: The Apocalypse. Just listen to the Lyrics.

    Butterflies and unicorns are from a different age
    So fuck the signs of peace and love
    All hail the battle rage


    Brocas Helm - Time of the Dark
    Last edited by MyWifeIsScary; 07-11-2020, 08:10 AM.

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  • Jackob
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    Omnia:







    Týr:



    Eluveitie:

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  • Nail Eater
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    My friend used "Alma Mater" by Moonspell as his LARP opening theme. I think it's a great song and the lyrics matches W:tA theme and mood as well as the Music.

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  • Kharnov
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    I just encountered Metallica's "Of Wolf and Man" today, and it felt pretty appropriate

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  • Saur Ops Specialist
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    Stuart Chatwood's work for Darkest Dungeon is great, and it can slot into W:tA pretty well, given some theme sharing (The Ancestor making life difficult for the Heir in particular). The Final Combat's use of drums feels fitting for Werewolf, while a lot of music from the Courtyard can probably add an extra bit of oomph to fights against vampires, particularly given how Garou and Fera tend to see vampires in terms of bloodsucking animals. Applicability for Ananasi may vary. Town in Chaos might also fit for defending a caern, wallow, den realm or what have you, and the expansion The Color of Madness might help to hammer home how the Wyld is not your friend, especially if it leaves a Blasted Heath lying around.

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  • No One of Consequence
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    Iron Maiden - "Run to the Hills"


    Midnight Oil - "Blue Sky Mine"


    The Jeff Healey Band - "Run Through the Jungle"


    Alice Cooper - "Pick Up the Bones"


    Ozzy Osborne - "Revelation (Mother Earth)"


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  • Black Fox
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    TV On the Radio to the rescue.



    And no love for Duran Duran? You all know the song I mean.

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  • Gryffon15
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    I honestly think that, if I'm recalling it correctly, this double wolf name special is actually a fairly good song to get the vibe of the somber yet hopeful wish of the Garou Nation to live on and keep up the good fight.

    •"Will the Wolf Survive?" by Los Lobos

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  • No One of Consequence
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    Originally posted by Gryffon15 View Post
    (I am 100% prepared for every song that has ever referenced a wolf in human history to be posted XD)

    That said, I find that punk and power metal both suit some of the feelings around Werewolf the Apocalypse (although I also just like both of those genres)
    As much as I enjoy Reel Big Fish's cover of Duran Duran's "Hungry Like the Wolf", it's not exactly Werewolf material.

    I was however tempted to include something by Manowar.

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  • Gryffon15
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    (I am 100% prepared for every song that has ever referenced a wolf in human history to be posted XD)

    That said, I find that punk and power metal both suit some of the feelings around Werewolf the Apocalypse (although I also just like both of those genres)

    Some ideas...

    • 'Broken Bones' by Anti-Flag

    • 'Depleted Uranium is a Warcrime' by Anti-Flag

    • 'Skalds and Shadows' by Blind Guardian

    • 'Night of the Werewolves' by Powerwolf (this was actually the theme song for a WtF character I played)

    •'Eyes of Summer' by Seven Kingdoms

    •"I'd Love To Change The World" by Ten Years After

    And of course any number of Sabaton songs but particularly imo...

    •'Cliffs of Gallipoli'

    •'The Price of a Mile'

    •'Swedish Pagans'

    •'A Lifetime of War'

    •'Camouflage'

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