|1.||Waiting for Dawn to Break||3:13|
|2.||Storming the City Heights||2:44|
|3.||Mission Fail 1||1:57|
|4.||A Soldier's Odyssey - Part 1: At a Soldier's Grave / Part 2: Engaging the Enemy||5:09|
|5.||A Soldier's Odyssey - Epilogue: Flowers at a Monument||1:12|
|7.||Confrontation from a Lo-Fi Dimension||1:39|
|9.||Chase Through Crete||1:43|
|10.||Between Eden and Distant Fields||1:53|
|12.||Fading Fortitude / The Battle Must Go On||4:04|
|13.||Farewell to the Pilot||2:25|
|14.||Pilot Bombardier and Dogfights||2:47|
|17.||Mission Fail 2 and Requiem||2:07|
|18.||Airplane Bound to the Skies (with Fred Emory Smith)||4:30|
|Total Album Time:||48:03|
From the Manufacturer
Howlin' Wolf Records proudly presents a new cinematic orchestral album entitled A Warrior's Odyssey by Hollywood composer Penka Kouneva (Midnight Movie and Prince of Perisa: The Forgotten Sands game).
A musical odyssey inspired by the traditions of film music and contemporary video games using a conceptual narrative rather than visuals. The album features 18 tracks: Epic Battle Themes interspersed with Heart-Felt Interludes. A Warrior's Odyssey reflects Penka Kouneva's journey as a rising composer in Hollywood... also known for her many collaborations with composer Steve Jablonsky on scores including Prince of Perisa: The Forgotten Sands, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Gears of War 3 games. The tracks The Battle Must Go On and Pilot Bombardier and Dogfights have both been nominated for Hollywood Music in Media Awards in the category of Contemporary Orchestral/Instrumental.
Recorded during July 2012 at The Bridge Recording in LA, A Warrior's Odyssey features many extraordinary musicians including Fred Emory Smith, Chris Lord, Dave Holden, Mike Rubino, Christian Ulstrup, Stephen Erdody, Nathan Barr, Tim Davies, Katia Popov, Lorand Lokuszta, Andrew Duckies, MB Gordy, and Justin R. Durban. The album was recorded, mixed and mastered by John Rodd.
A Warrior's Odyssey features a 12-page booklet with beautiful artwork created by Ognian Bonev, insert designs by Luis M. Rojas, and liner notes authored by Gergely Hubai.
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