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#1 10 years ago

I've just started playing some tunes while playing FH2. Usually I don't like having music during my sessions of FH2. But, since I've been playing pretty much only on the hslan server (with no voip) so I've started to fall back into the classic MP3 + favoruite game style.

Mainly for now I just play with John Williams "Indiana Jones" soundtracks. "Belly of the Steel Beast" is perfect for tank hunting with Geballte Ladungs. And some other tracks fits perfectly to the atmosphere.

So, what do you listen to when you play FH2?




Capten_C

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#2 10 years ago

I have a personal mix of Led Zeppelin favorites in the Cd player that I just bang on when playing FH2. But I have a Cd in the car after searching iTunes that includes :- The Bridge at Remagen Dad’s Army March Men of Harlech Instrumental A Bridge Too Far 1941 (the longest day) The Great Escape March Force 10 From Navarone Where Eagles Dare Lufftwaffe March Which I should be listening to! LoL I'm often thinking of that Indiana Jones theme as I'm boming through the desert in a jeep or tank! Think I'll go and download it now! :smokin:




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#3 10 years ago

my first choice is james horner enemy at the gates sounstrack. second is hans zimmers the thin red line sounstrack wich is very epic third is michael kamens band of brothers soundtrack.




Natty Wallo

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#4 10 years ago

...how...can you even play with music overlapping the game?? what a horrible idea... it would disrupt the game on so many levels...




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#5 10 years ago

no it disrupt the game in no way , it adds alot of fun to it cause u have sometimes really boring sequences in fh 2 like waiting for enemys and so on. it is like playing in a movie :D




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#6 10 years ago

I usually do not listen to music when playing because then I cant hear approaching targets or from where am I being shot at. But when I do listen to music, it is usually war related... marches, wartime music, etc. Or then I listen to regular music of all sorts... nothing beats flying around in a mersu while Scatman Jack by Brian Setzer is playing.




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#7 10 years ago

Medal of Honor soundtracks.. MoH MoH: Underground MoH: Frontlines MoH: Allied Assault MoH: Airborne

I've yet to find MoH: Rising Sun and MoH: European Assault and I'm not much of a fan of MoH: Pacific Assault

Also, from the same god, Michael Giacchino, Secret Weapons over Normandy. And that's my list of music playing while fighting in FH1/FH2




General_Henry

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#8 10 years ago

never!!!!

music just never fits the horrors of war!




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#9 10 years ago

:eek:

I just usually listen to whatever playlist I've made most recently on my MP3 player... alternative rock and classic rock mostly... never even thought about playing marching music or war game themes...

I try not to do it that often though because it sort of disrupts play.

EDIT: I just remembered sometimes I listen to Let's Work Together by Wilbert Harrison while I'm playing... for kicks and giggles, you know.




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#10 10 years ago

I sometimes like to sit down and play FH2 with music -- it often times dampens the frustration of dying over and over in the same way.

I usually put on some Tchaikovsky or Mauler while playing -- really intense and exciting music (and two of my favorites)! Of course, there is the inevitable Adagio and Lento sections that just don't fit well (especially when they are in a major key) but when the Finale comes around, I know it's going to be fun.

I also like to listen to video game music. Any of Michael Giacchino's works are fair game as well as movie composer greats like Gerry Goldsmith, Henry Mancini, John Williams, and Alan Silvestri. Those are all some of my personal favs.