Subcreated by: The Necromancer Inspired by the works of . Tolkien and derived from the adaptations of Ralph Bakshi and Rankin/Bass Mastered by . low at El Zemed Studios.
With Sauron Speaks, Supergenius (under the title of the Necromancer) has chosen the works of . With Star Wars Breakbeats, the formula was simple, in the sense that a line was taken and looped and snippets of light sabers were dropped, but Sauron Speaks is a far more complex and overwhelming amount of dedication. Luckily none of the source material was lifted from the recent motion picture, but instead was taken from past animated adaptations. The tracks vary from beats to rock, making the listening experience a little lopsided and rather than manipulating the spoken words, things come across more like a book-on-tape production with a dope soundtrack.
Besieged in the Dark Tower for seven years, the enemy was all but defeated, and Sauron appeared to challenge the king. During the final battle on the slopes of Mount Doom, Elendil and Gil-galad were both slain in combat with the Dark Lord, but Sauron's mortal form was slain as well. The Second Age ended, and Isildur became High King of Arnor and Gondor.
The Dark Tower is the sixteenth concept album by Nox Arcana, released as the soundtrack for The Dark Tower book series by Joseph Vargo. Narratives at the beginning and end of the album provide the storyline of an ancient castle inhabited by a vampire and haunted by ghosts and living gargoyles. The story is set during the time of the First Crusade. The music is predominantly instrumental with piano and pipe organ melodies accented by choirs, chanting, tolling bells and sound effects.
40. Their steps-that just to fail as they, seem’d best. And all the doubt was now-should I be fit? So, quiet as despair, I turn’d from him, That hateful cripple, out of his highway. Into the path the pointed. And just as far as ever from the end, Nought in the distance but the evening, nought. To point my footstep further!
Barad-dûr ("Dark Fortress") was the Dark Lord Sauron's primary stronghold in Mordor, serving as his base of operations in Middle-earth during the Second and Third Ages. Barad-dûr was held together by dark magic and was the greatest fortress in Middle-earth of its time. It was originally built in the Second Age and leveled after Sauron's defeat in the War of the Last Alliance.
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Dark Tower may refer to: The Dark Tower (series), a fantasy series created by Stephen King. The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower (2004), the seventh novel in the series. The Dark Tower (comics). The Dark Tower (Lewis novel), an unfinished novel attributed to C. S. Lewis. Barad-dûr or the Dark Tower, the fortress of Sauron in J. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. The Dark Tower (1943 film), a circus film starring Herbert Lom. Dark Tower (1987 film), a horror film starring Jenny Agutter.
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|2||The History Of The Ring||7:14|
|3||The Treason Of Isengard||2:42|
|4||Move a Nazgul||3:49|
|6||The Three Kindreds||3:02|
|9||The White Rider||4:10|
|13||The End Of The Third Age||6:45|
|14||The Grey Havens||5:36|
NotesSubcreated by: The Necromancer
Inspired by the works of J.R.R. Tolkien and derived from the adaptations of Ralph Bakshi and Rankin/Bass
Mastered by U.Flow at El Zemed Studios
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