If you listen to the Cataclysm Soundtrack, Nightsong is by far the best one in my opinion. Jus' saying.
The one and probably the only disappointment I had with the Cata Soundtrack was Uldum - I know it's probably narrow-minded of me but Uldum = Egypt. And I love Egypt (been there a bit) and yet the music for the space is decidedly un-Egyptian and yet the Depths of Vashj'ir I dunno, I hear more Middle Eastern sounds in it (maybe it's the strings).Anyway, aside from that extremely minor thing, I love the Soundtrack. Listen to it on the bus every day. Not a Goblin fan but Castaways is great! Restoring the Balance is gorgeous. Curse of the Worgen has hints of Kara which I love.Guardians of Nordrassil is beautifulBut by far, Nightsong is my absolute fav on this one!
but I love video game music.Check out some of the tracks for games like Golden Sun, and keep in mind what systems they were for. They'll blow you away =D.Some of the best soundtracks (for Cataclysm) I've encountered are the Booty Bay one (used in the quest Tailgunner!) as well as the login screen music (The Shattering)
For the soundtrack on iTunes :http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/world-warcraft-cataclysm-original/id397604745
I liked the little bit of Invincible in The Shattering. It struck me as an almost nostalgic look back at the war against the Lich King, when it seemed all the enemies of peace were united under one banner, and even the warring factions of the world could come together to fight against against that singular threat to life itself.
Why is it that on my PC it says it's the WC3 Soundtrack? And it has all the song names muddled up with the WC3 soundtrack as well...
I can't agree more that they should have put more into this soundtrack.Going mad wanting to get the remix of the Burning Steppes music.