Category: Classic Rock

Summon The Storms - Aurvandil - Thrones (CD, Album)

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  1. The Storm are a prime example of a makeshift musical project built for instant success, but even that aspiration fell short from this group of mainly ex-Journey members."I've Got a Lot to Learn About Love," with its clichéd power-ballad recipe, managed to crack the Top 30 in , reaching the number 26 spot, but that was all the fame that the Storm would ever achieve.
  2. The Storm Kings, descended from Durran Godsgrief and his wife, the goddess of Storms, ruled the Stormlands for thousands of years up until the Targaryen conquest of Westeros.
  3. Thrones is the sophomore album from Aurvandil, a French black metal project formed in by the band’s driving force Aurvandil (don’t you just love one man bands whose pseudonyms are the name of the band). Well, Aurvandil (the man) allowed a drummer, Fog, into to his club for this recording. While this is only Aurvandil’s second full length album, there are a slew of demos and splits.
  4. The Game of Thrones Symphony soundtrack from , composed by Ramin Djawadi. Released by Silva Screen in (SILCD) containing music from Game of Thrones ().
  5. Guru-Guru teaching Link the "Song of Storms" in Ocarina of Time. The "Song of Storms" is learned from Guru-Guru in the Windmill in Kakariko Village, when Link is an adult. Guru-Guru tells Link that he learned the song from a green-clothed child seven years prior; apparently, the youth he speaks of is Link.
  6. The Storm is an AOR/hard rock band from San Francisco, California, USA, that was formed in The band finally split up in
  7. Thrones by AURVANDIL, released 21 April 1. For Whom Burnest Thou 2. The Harvest of Betrayal 3. Summon the Storms 4. Ingen Lindring All yearning embittered, the flesh is shed, the Journey ends. AURVANDIL returns with "Thrones" carved in stone and snow, distillating the essence of soaring, northern purity throughout four hymns of Iron and Ice, four funereal storms summoned.
  8. Kings of the Storm includes cards - three copies each of 55 unique cards - featuring not only cards for House Baratheon but also neutral cards and plot cards that will easily find their way into the decks of any House. Also included with this expansion are two deck lists designed to give players strong insight into House Baratheon's native strengths and synergy, designed by Melee.

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