Aaaaaah, it seems as though one of you musical mobile meatsnacks went ahead and set my work-day to song with the sweet sounds of this compilation, Music for the Zombie Apocalypse.
I guess now it’s time us hobbling human-hunting halitosis humidors learn a few new dance steps. Well, to be honest all this shuffle-hop-step-drag-lurch nonsense was getting a bit boring anyhow. While you still have fingers and ears, clickety clack on over to Amazon and buy mp3 album for only $2.99 for a limited time (much like your lifespan) and enjoy the soundtrack to your demise.
1. Requiem, Op. 48 (1893 version): Introit and Kyrie – Oxford Schola Cantorum Oxford Camerata
2. Die sieben Worte Jesu Christi am Kreuz, SWV 478: Symphonia – Febiarmonici, I
3. Polymorphia – Various artists
4. Russian Chant for Vespers: The Angel Cried – Novospassky Monastery Choir
5. Mare Teno – Susan Belling
6. 5 Meditations sur l’apocalypse: Cinq Meditations sur l’Apocalypse: II. Il etait, Il est et Il vient – Bruno Mathieu
7. Leonore Prohaska, WoO 96: No. 4. Funeral March – Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia
8. Symphony No. 14, “Symphony in Microtones”: III. The Lonesome Ones: Homage to Otto Luening (1900-1996) – Raymond Curfs
9. Requiem in D minor, K. 626: Sequence: Lacrimosa dies illa – Slovak Philharmonic Chorus
10. Requiem No. 1 in C minor: Pie Jesu – Radio Svizzera Choir, Lugano
11. Piano Quintet: I. Moderato: Lento – Dimity Hall
12. Collage Uber Bach: Ricercare – Ulster Orchestra
13. Piano Trio No. 2 in E flat major, D. 929: II. Andante con moto – Kungsbacka Piano Trio
14. Nocturnal – Elisabeth Watts
15. Kleine Tonstucke: I. Grave – Thomas Bloch
16. O pastor animarum – Oxford Camerata
17. 3 Utwory w dawnym stylu (3 Pieces in Old Style): 3 Olden Style Pieces: III. –
Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
18. Muzyka zalobna (Musique funebre): Prologue – Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
19. Discomfort them, O Lord – Oxford Camerata
20. Requiem: Introitus – Olivia Robinson
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