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WoW Battle for Azeroth’s soundtrack

As a fan of video game music, I get ridiculously excited when it comes time for World of Warcraft to release a new expansion. I know this means we are about to be gifted a wealth of soundtrack goodness, both in quality and quantity.
However, I was a little nervous about Battle for Azeroth, because Blizzard almost had set the bar too high with Legion and Warlords of Draenor — two expansion OSTs that are the finest the game has enjoyed to date. Would BFA measure up? Was there any room for new fantasy themes to be added to the game?
I need not have worried. While not quite as astounding as the previous two expansions, Battle for Azeroth’s score is rather well-done all around and ranks very highly in my personal estimation of this game’s ever-growing soundtrack collection. Let’s listen to a few highlights!

Before the Storm
 
When it comes to World of Warcraft’s expansion soundtracks, everyone leaps for the (new) main theme first. Does it stack up? Is it still epic? What will we be listening to for the next two years?
 
It’s always a little hard to review these, because the main theme is always a combination of classic WoW’s theme and an overture of the themes that are found in the rest of the soundtrack. For Battle for Azeroth, it’s a lot of angry battle, choral chants, and the delightful tribal music that I’ll be talking about… right now.