Top 5 Songs from ‘MoS: Level 8’

top five mos miracle of sound level 8 songs

Back in February, I shared my favorite song from each ‘Miracle of Sound’ album.

This proved to be very difficult, as there are so many great songs there!

So I have decided to make a Top 10 or Top 5 list for each album, depending on how big the album is to begin with.

 

5. Welcome To The Family

From what I have gathered without actually playing the game yet, the creepy Southern twang in this song perfectly represents ‘Resident Evil 7’s setting and story.

I am looking forward to playing it, once I am done with my backlog.

 

4. Another Round Of Gwent

One of my favorite parts ‘The Witcher 3’ is Gwent, the card game that is integrated into the main experience.

Traveling a war-torn fantasy land to play and collect cards for a 2-player competitive card-game is the cherry on top of the delicious cake that is ‘The Witcher 3’, so I am 100% in agreement with this song.

 

3. Into The Wild

I am in the process of completing my first Zelda game, and it is not the one this song was based on.

Still, the song inspires the same awe and adventurousness that I think is common for all those games, and it makes me exited to get to this entry in the series.

 

2. When The Wolves Cry Out

Jon Snow is one of my favorite characters in ‘Game Of Thrones’.

This song gives a good indication to anyone unfamiliar with the show just what makes it so enjoyable to follow the Stark bastard.

 

1. Upside Down

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And with that, I am now ready for the release of ‘Level 9’ later this year!

If you liked this music, you can buy the album here!

 

Top 5 Songs from ‘MoS: Level 6’

top five mos miracle of sound level 6 songs

Back in February, I shared my favorite song from each ‘Miracle of Sound’ album.

This proved to be very difficult, as there are so many great songs there!

So I have decided to make a Top 10 or Top 5 list for each album, depending on how big the album is to begin with.

 

5. Don’t Say A Word

I have yet to play any games in the Metal Gear Solid series, so this song does not have any familiarity to something I like to help it ingratiate itself to me, like a lot of other songs by this artist.

I simply enjoy the song, nothing more to say than that.

 

4. Lady Of Worlds

In this song about The Witcher 3’s main female character Ciri, Gavin gives away most of the singing-duties to Ailin Kennedy.

As with all his other Witcher songs, this one is also great.

I look forward to CD PROJEKT RED!’s next game ‘Cyberpunk 2077’, if only to hear the songs it will inspire Gavin Dunne to make.

 

3. Road Rage

I love the movie this song was based on, and I think it is a modern action-classic.

The song fits the movie’s focus on the metal of cars and bullets perfectly, while also touching on the heart of the film, motherhood.

Guns and gas and gods!

 

2. London Town

While I have played a lot of games in the Assassin’s Creed series, I have not played Syndicate, the game this song was based on.

One of the reasons that I really like this particular song is that I used to be a huge anglophile during my teens, probably helped on by my love for Doctor Who and Harry Potter.

And while I am not quite as crazy about Britain as I was back then, I still love it.

 

1. Friends

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If you liked this music, you can buy the album here!

 

Quelaag Omelette

quelaag omelette

For this month’s geeky recipe I decided to make a quail-egg omelette, based on the Chaos Witch Quelaag, a Dark Souls boss.

Quelaag-noscale

 

I have had this idea for over a year, but I had some trouble finding any quail eggs to buy.

Luckily, I was finally tipped off about an exotic grocery story, where they had piles of them!

quail eggs

This recipe serves two people.

 

The Recipe

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1. Separate the yolk from the whites of 24 quail eggs, as best you can. It is more difficult to do this with quail-eggs than with chicken-eggs, but if any yolks break just put them in with the whites.

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2. Stir in one teaspoon of tomato purée and one teaspoon of sriracha sauce into the egg whites, to achieve a color and hotness reminiscent of Quelaag’s lava-spider lower body.

3. Stir in 15 grams of grated parmesan cheese.

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4. Start frying the red egg whites in some butter.

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5. Immediately pour the yolks carefully over the whites.

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6. Place 14 halves of cherry tomato around on the omelette.

Now we have a nice-looking spider face going.

quail egg quelaag omelette

7. Fry on low temperature until everything has coagulated. Using a lid will speed this up.

8. Serve with a bit of green salad and some bread.

 

Now you are ready to take on Izalith!