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    Default Epic music similar to “World Without End” by Brand X Music?



    I’ve already checked Audiomachine and some other epic music composers but couldn’t find anything of the same epickness and beauty.

    Any suggestions?

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    Have you heard Two Steps From Hell yet? I found them on YouTube, but you may or may not like them. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dJ-QLl5qjLg
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    Yes, I've heard them. I also checked Audiomachine, Future World Music, Zack Hemsey, X Ray Dog Music, and some other bands. But couldn't find anything that would motivate, energize me the same way the "World Without End" does. Listen to epic choir at the last third of the "World Without End", you'll understand what I mean.

    (sorry for my English)
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    Quote Originally Posted by leonid_semyonov View Post
    Yes, I've heard them. I also checked Audiomachine, Future World Music, Zack Hemsey, X Ray Dog Music, and some other bands. But couldn't find anything that would motivate, energize me the same way the "World Without End" does. Listen to epic choir at the last third of the "World Without End", you'll understand what I mean.

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    Ah, okay then. My brother told me last night about an epic band he found called Extreme Music, they are on YouTube though they have vocals too. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wUiWIBiVH4U

    Not sure who else, maybe Clint Mansell as well.
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    I used to listen to a band called Brand X years ago! They were a very good jazz fusion band!

    The album I had was from 1978! It has a Yes/Genesis feel to it. I am quite sure I bought the album because of the cover. John Goodsall was one of my fond guitarists at the time. A breath of fresh air as music was recuperating from disco and seemed somewhat stagnant to me. The Poke is a cut from the album.


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    - JOHN LENNON

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveO View Post
    I used to listen to a band called Brand X years ago! They were a very good jazz fusion band!

    The album I had was from 1978! It has a Yes/Genesis feel to it. I am quite sure I bought the album because of the cover. John Goodsall was one of my fond guitarists at the time. A breath of fresh air as music was recuperating from disco and seemed somewhat stagnant to me. The Poke is a cut from the album.


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    Cool song even though that isn't exactly what the OP is asking for heh.
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