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Mar 22, 2013

Soundtrack and Voiceover

Hello everyone,

as you might have heard, Russian WoT client recieved a special voiceover, made by Russian popular actors (sorry, I have no idea who they are and I have most likely never seen any movie with them). With that in mind, I have a few questions for you, my dear readers.

Just a quick summary of the unrelated previous poll though: most players (unsurprisingly) prefer historical realism in vehicles, combined with reasonable balance. Makes sense and that was my choice too. Back to the sound then:


Voiceover

Do you play with sounds on? If so, would you actually like a voiceover done by a famous actor? I am now speaking about the English localisation (I am sure each European country has famous actors of their own, but the other nations probably don't know them). So, which actor could you imagine as the WoT voice?

Music

A new poll is up. What music do you listen to, when you play WoT? Please, vote, comment under this post - and if you want to, add some examples (for example from Youtube) of what you listen to. I am rather curious, what most players listen to. As for the music itself, I am not an expert, sorry - in case I forgot some genre, just write a comment. Oh, and you can vote for more answers than just one.

Personally, I listen to AC/DC, Iron Maiden, Mark Knopfler (the new album is brilliant), Rush (totally addicted to 2112), Czech country and folk music, Irish and Scottish folk and ballads, Bon Jovi (Bon Jovi rocks.... on occasion :) )

97 comments:

  1. I currently use Grandpa's Favorite Sound&Voice mod and NoblePlatoon's Battle Music mod. Both are enjoyable and I daresay help performance to a degree. Voiceovers may be a good direction if done correctly. Would like to see someone dev a competitive-level sound mod soon.

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  2. I wish I could hear Red Alert 3 music in WoT without another program running on the background...

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    1. There's probably a mod with it somewhere.

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    2. I'v included such a part of music in this my Russian Music Mod. U can download it from this site

      http://forum.worldoftanks.eu/index.php?/topic/221253-084-muzyczny-mod-by-hegemonaliedgerpolrus/

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  3. Prog :)
    Genesis, Gentle Giant, Jethro Tull, King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Yes ect

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    1. Oh yes, Pink Floyd, Genesis... that I like too... also The Who

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  4. I'm running the RvB soundmod, and before that, the Top Gear mod.

    But if this was a perfect world, I'd get younger Donald Sutherland to make a full voiceover in character as Oddball from Kelly's Heroes. Too bad he's old now...

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  5. I personally cant play wot without the voiceover from Jon St. John

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  6. I'm not sure about how well he is known in the rest of Europe but I think actor & presenter joe pasquale's voice would really suit WOT.

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  7. I like the ingame music and the fact that it only comes up at times, not all the time. The voices are terrible though, the order of e.g. critical module damage received is wrong and half of the messages aren't given at all. That should be addressed in the first order, then worry about the voices and stuff.

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  8. I keep the wot sound low but voices high enough to hear if I bounce or not And I listen to liquid dnb while playing Sometimes hardstyle or heaven shall burn

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  9. i listen AC/DC, Rush, Dream Theater, Iron Maiden, Sabaton, Black Sabbath, Paul Ruskay (the homeworld OST, Strike Zero Suit OST) and many others

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  10. Hammerfall, Distrubed, Sabaton, Van Canto and Nightwish are the main ones.

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  11. Whoa, a Knopfler fan. Besides his Dire Straits stuff, I've only ever listened to Sailing to Philadelphia. He does some great folk rock in his solo albums.

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    1. Exactly. He's gone folk, but that's what I like. Plus his meaningful lyrics.

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  12. Well, for the german voices I would like to hear the ones of th CoH.
    I did liked them alot! (took me an eternity to find the voice mod, for WoT, with them where they speak german)

    Oh and for the musik I listen to pretty much everything. form the "Yeah Yeah Yeahs" over "Woodkid" to "Rodney Carington", from there to "Miku Hatsune" and "Luka Megurine", then "Ladytron" + "Sabaton", a bit "Two Door Cinema Club", "Toto", "Peaches" and "CCR". Well, and much more :3

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    1. CoH voices klingt interessant. Hast du einen link?

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    2. http://forum.worldoftanks.ru/index.php?/topic/269754-%D0%BD%D0%B5%D0%BC%D0%B5%D1%86%D0%BA%D0%B0%D1%8F-%D0%BE%D0%B7%D0%B2%D1%83%D1%87%D0%BA%D0%B0-%D0%B8%D0%B7-coh/

      Thats the link to the CoH voice mod,it's in the russian forum. You wanted it right?

      Don't let you distract from the video, they say a lot in game. ;)

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  13. I mostly listen to talk-radio during the day. When i play in the evening, the TV is on.

    Listening to good music make sing along and that is not rely working well with aiming and such.
    Dire Straits, Bruce Springsteen and Queen are good when in the shower, or when not playing WoT.

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  14. Mostly Rock 'n' Roll (Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Freddy Cannon and some RnB stuff as well) and a mix of older pop, rock, jazz, and even a couple metal. Plus a few other things like military marches, classical and soundtracks (from things like Command and Conquer, Jeff Wayne's The War Of the Worlds and James Bond films).

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  15. I listen to almost any type of music while I'm playing, it depends on my mood. For Voiceovers I use the famous Duke Nukem soundpack.

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  16. I mostly have no Music at all, simply because i rarley Play alone. But when i Play alone, i Sport some seriuous metal like Trivium, machine Head or Tool. The German voices do Kind of suck, but i have them on to get Info on damage done to my tank. Sorry for my spelling, i am posting from my (German) Smartphone. Autocorrection hates me even when i TRY to write German and screws me hard in english...

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  17. i just listen wot music. voiceovers on.

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  18. I never hear music when i do serious business :-)
    As for the Voiceovers i would like Clint Eastwood as the american commander and Christoph Waltz as german commander (**** would be so ca$h).

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    1. Yes. Christoph Waltz is not bad. As an alternativ they could use Thomas Kretschmann. For the British Commander, i know only one who i want to hear........ Sir Sean Connery

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  19. Almost everything.
    Metal
    Rock
    HipHop
    Rap
    Classic
    Military marches/songs
    J-pop
    Pop
    Country
    Trance
    Rock 'n' Roll
    Jazz
    and the list goes on...

    I'm rather weird I guess, cause there's some songs I like
    and some I dislike.
    Trance is a good example, there are songs I really do enjoy listening to while playing, and some just give me a headache.
    *shrugs*

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  20. Romanian players have 1 mode whit some comics voices froma movie, called : Robotzii

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  21. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNnP6hjJX7w

    here they are ;)

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  22. On an unrelated subject: any idea what the new title they are talking about here is?

    http://wargaming.com/en/news/2013/03/15/wargaming-prepping-gdc-2013/

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    1. Some console stuff. Also, a WoT-like tank game has been confirmed for tables some time ago, so that might be it.

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  23. Varied Music on my part...

    Actors for tank crew?

    British; David Tennant, Sean Connery(Tell me why not, I dare you!)
    American; I dunno, maybe Rick May and Ronald Lee Ermey
    French; I got nothin'
    German; See above...
    Russian; FPSRussia, maybe Arnold Schwarzenegger?

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    1. Damn, I'd love Patrick Stewart soundtrack....

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    2. "British; David Tennant, Sean Connery(Tell me why not, I dare you!)"

      Sean Connery FTW:-) but best for TD's and Heavys. They fit him more. David Tennant (was he a great Dr. Who) for the Medium Tanks.

      "French; I got nothin'"
      Jean Reno

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  24. AC/DC forever.
    As for voicovers the Duke Nukem sound mod is epic.

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  25. I do not care about my crew voices and I do not need actors telling me "We hit them hard" or "Penetration" ;). I had Polish voices only in one battle, hard to get used to, so I use English ones.

    I love metal (heavy, trash, death, prog, power and so on), progrock (Pink Floyd, Camel, King Crimson, old Genesis and many more), rock (Queen, Led Zeppelin, and so on) classical music and some gothic. SS, we could together listen to AC/DC, Iron Maiden and M. Knopfler :)

    My most favourite band is Swedish Therion (since around 1998, earlier it was King Diamond)

    And I listen all this music during playing cause my PC shuffle all stuff I have (640h of music :))

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    1. My PC has just choose "Hells Bells", yeah he surely understand what I wrote ;)

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    2. Oh, and btw my nick is strongly connected with music :D This is why from time to time i see "Slayer!" on the battle chat ;)

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  26. If U are interested of Music Modification in WoT - try my pack of Music Mods.

    MUSIC Mods contains -Alied,German,Russian,Polish military marches, military songs, Music themes from most popular War Movies.

    They can be downloaded separately in this site:

    http://forum.worldoftanks.eu/index.php?/topic/221253-084-muzyczny-mod-by-hegemonaliedgerpolrus/

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  27. no music at all, just pure war sound. Hm, maybe thats a reason why we have so many silly playing people - diverted by music!?

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    1. For me it's the other way around. Explosions and voice distract me (unless it's a voice I like), I generally play MMO's with my music on and without any other sound.

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  28. In most cases I do not listen to music when playing, yet on some occasion a mood comes - then I switch tracks depending on the tank I drive.

    For 13 90/VK2801:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Syo6tLeZfHw

    Ideal for long reloads/passive scouting and frantic "fly-by" attacks just a sec after.

    Or something from Apollo440, like "Stop the Rock" and alike stuff.

    For E-50/E-75, there is one favourite track of mine:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGBDWER-wUI

    Wagner with howling of maybach engine, tracks clanking (some sound mods on my side) and some high-caliber shooting can be pretty impressive.

    And several more - as mood swings.

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    1. Stop the Rock I like too. And Freestyler by Bomfunk MCs... ah the 2000's :D

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    2. Yep, IMO basically anything from 440 suits well. But I like more instrumental pieces when trying to concentrate on the battle.

      PS: Also sometimes the Imperial March or the ill-renowned Panzerlied ring through my headset. But dont take it as I am some nazi-fanboy (maybe nazi-tech-fanboy), these songs just adds to the feeling of being the "bad guy" when rolling over enemy (or being steamrolled :-) in a Tiger II or Panther.

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  29. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3x7v_bioxE

    perfect track for playing german tanks, especially tiger II, jagdpanther and jagdtiger.

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  30. Would like to have voiceovers done by R. Lee Ermey

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  31. lot of metal and rammstein for playing generaly.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsYX4P4wB38

    and sometimes i hear classic military themes for specific tanks of a nation, for example:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfqlg0pYOd8
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIVSpY8xY9I
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGU1P6lBW6Q

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  32. I know it's a common mistake, but hip-hop it's not only about the music, it includes break-dancing and graffiti also, so, when you are reffering to music only, the word is rap. Most of the time i listen rap from the 90's (it had more brain and spirit into lyrics than today),funk (good old 70's) and some blues, jazz and classical.

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  33. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AD5fX4sveo

    song of chaffees

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  34. Oh god, Imperial Guardsmen voice actor for the British crews, please.

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    1. Dawn of War 1 Imperial Guardsmen, mind you.

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    2. ON MY MARK, CHARRRGE!

      Oh, and the Psyker would be epic as well...

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvZiv5V4GeI

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    3. A whole Tank Game in the Warhammer 40K Universe would be great. ;-)

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    4. Yeah, in fact you could make a pretty cool single player game where you play as a Leman Russ crew, starting off with a simple Annihilator and steadily upgrading to an Exterminator or Vanquisher...

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  35. I listen mostly to music from films and trailers, especially to the music made by Two Steps from Hell, Future World Music, Klaus Badelt, Hans Zimmer, John Williams or Position Music. Works very well with GnomeFather's engine and gun sound mods (ingame music off, sound effects on, WMP on the background) ;)
    examples:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/TwoStepsFromTheMusic
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rl_ndy61ON4
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TV5Nu2tIuBs
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YftLJBLie8o
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFEAzP1Zm-A
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPe4G9BiIc4
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgoO3MtB00A
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owkQFPw2DmY
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlWy2RdoIjs
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVdGV94cx4g
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAo_3Hk2VtI
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dsA5jiukog
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sTpb3-2tkQ
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2trw_n08Qeg
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5XPxWx8dlM
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTDTitnSH8s
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vr0U0QcTFII
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUt7QZP_u2w
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PLuco7ogdg

    sometimes, I put some power/heavy/symphonic/gothic metal there, mostly Sabaton, Nightwish, Within Temptation, Eaglehart (Czech band, they sing in English, though) or Iron Maiden, for making the music more spicy :D or maybe some tracks from DJ Pablo (DJ from Poland who does the music for breakdance battles, his music has some epic feeling in it and it is not so "hip-hop-like", so it fits the tank battles, sometimes)
    examples:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zn7rEo3PU0Y
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moeVOrEcNHU
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXLBktjh_N8
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZm4zseMok0
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWskjTGGGn4
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcfyl3dJk5U
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9H-QejIuAE
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLz61g0JLxQ
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LR_gcRp5v-k
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpD1I_YmVW8

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    1. Yep... this is what I listen as well. This is my primary playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1E4FDF6BDB6D31E8

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  36. Hi guys! I'm going to post here something about those actors, which made these russian voice packs. They have acted in a lot of movies but almost only in Russia...Some of these movies are interesting. I'll post here only ones that I've seen.

    Andrey Merzlikin:

    Bumer
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0381936/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
    - black commedy

    Brestskaya krepost
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1343703/
    - well made movie...I saw it yesterday...
    - some nice battle scenes with Pz IIIs but not with real ones, unfortunatelly. Is anybody able to recognise the original tanks? :-)

    Aleksandr Baluev:
    1612: Khroniki smutnogo vremeni
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1139085/

    This movie is quite diffuclt to understand (lot of characters, historical background...), but it is historically faithful (costumes, weapons...). Interesting is that the film critics rejected it because it has a strong anti polish bias.

    What can I say at the end? Well, just judge for yourself if they are good actors... :-)

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    1. 1612 is not exactly historically faithful ist it? - with unicorns and stuff? :)
      It looked to me as if they still had some cool costumes left over from "Taras Bulba" and weren't so sure wether to make a historical or a fantasy film of it.
      But credit where credit is due - 1612 hat the most amazing scene for an "ammorack hit", I've ever come across plus the ambush scne by the bridge over the stream is absolutely fantastic.
      Russian filmmakers greatest strength is in details I often think, they are innovative when it comes how to enter a scene and how to get out and they create beautiful pictures. Not seldom it also contains a certain (grim) irony.

      Another example:
      Just thinking of the battlefield full of dead people and - something you'd never think about - is, that all the wristwatches of them are still intact and make altogether a disturbing noise ticking thtough the dead silence - thats russian filmmaking.

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  37. Either Steve Blum (Spike in Cowboy Bebop, Base Commander in CoH) or Brandon Keener (Garrus Vakarian in ME, Sniper in CoH) would be my pick for an english VO. Love both of their work. Honestly don't care if the VO are famous though, I just want to see good VO actors do nation-specific voices. Don't even care if other nations' crew VOs are not localized; in fact, I might almost prefer if they aren't.

    As for music, I'm usually on skype with my platoon so if I'm listening to anything it's usually ambient electronica. On occasion though, I pull up some appropriate tunes on youtube... couple examples:
    10 hours of Thomas the Tank engine theme, for general give-no-fucks tanking.
    Green Hill Zone theme from Sonic, for when I gotta go fast (ELC, Pz. I Ausf. C, etc).

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    1. I love Cowboy Bebop, probably the only anime I really really like. Mostly because of the soundtrack actually.

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  38. I like all kind of music....not really a fan of only one specific genre....so one more option like(many different kind of music) would be nice...

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  39. I listen mostly Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Pantera and Fear Factory
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c20-fm_WNew

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  40. It depends on, sometimes I play with no music at all, not even the ingame-music to get full focus on the battle and hear all the ricochettes. But when I wanna play more relaxed I go for Rock/Metal-style, In Flames, Iron Maiden, Metallica, Sonic Syndicate but mostly Sabaton with their Art of War, Carolus Rex and other albums that are focused on war, songs like Panzerkampf, Ghost Divison, Cliffs of Gallepolli, Price of a mile and Counterstrike, all songs with lyrics relevant to the game.

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    1. In my case it looks somewhat similiar, except I rarely play without music (it happens when album ends). I like in-game soundtrack, most of it I like WoT version of 'Polyushko Polye' (I think that was the name of this track, not sure about spelling).
      As for music different than in-game, it's basically metal, I actually prefer oldschool metal, bands like Opeth, Slayer, Bolt Thrower (great war-related lyrics!), Sodom, Overkill, less known are Heathen, Decaying, Onslaught, Artillery (hello to arty players :D). Also other, not as heavy bands like Motorhead, Iron Maiden, Saxon, I also sometimes listen to Sabaton (great lyrics).
      I also like to listen classical music sometimes, mostly Wagner.

      By the way, anyone has guitar tabs of (some) music in-game? (apart from 'Polyushko Polye') Or anyone can recognise, which 'songs' in-game are 'covers' and post originals? :D

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  41. I love when some good rock/metal song kicks in just when I am about to annihilate half of the enemy team.. the feeling is priceless and that is one the things because of which I still play this game

    I then feel so OP. :3

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  42. Never listen to music while playing, my lack of concentration and the odd scottish bloke on teamspeak (and I mean odd as in ODD or slightly disturbed, Yes Sporran I know you read this) but in all seriousness I only play tunes while sat in the garage, chatting to random folks and on the rarest occasion spot a silentstalker offering a few short words before buggering off.

    wez[DIRTY]

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  43. lolololololol new poll!!! Serbian turbofolk hahahaha I almost died of laughter


    I mostly listen to AC/DC, Kiss, Scorpions, Iron Maiden, Mötley Crüe.....

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    1. Seriously, my ex actually got angry I couldn't tell that from popfolk on TV, so if you're reading this... I still can :) I think.

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    2. Ex-Yu and Bulgarian turbofolk/popfolk sounds identical to me, the only difference being language and/or dialect


      Thank God turbofolk is slowly losing popularity

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  44. When I play alone I listen to rock and metal. Most of the bands were listed here already, also:

    Nirvana, Metalica, Nightwish, Within Temptation, Evanescence, Pink, Prodigy, Linkin Park, Fatboy Slim, Korn, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple

    I have ingame music turned off as I really hate the music after lost/won battle.

    As for the english actor for voice over. Personally I think there should be voice overs for each nation, but just the accent, so in english version of the game crews of every nation should speak english, but depending on the tank you are in the accent should be different. I don't know which would be the best for other nations but for Germans it NEEDS to be Arnold Schwarzenegger.

    Read with a voice of Arnold:
    We lost the track
    We are back in action
    We hit them hard

    Wouldn't it be amazing?

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  45. I would love to have morgan freeman telling me. "Let's get this show on the road!"

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  46. im just in love whit this youtube channel

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwSkC85TDgY&list=PL21A7A915E7020E73&index=23

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  47. Nothing like hearing Sultans of swing while doing pools medal in battle :D

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    1. :) Right. But generally, I prefer Knopfler's later songs. Check out the Dream of the Drowned Submariner, it's amazing.

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  48. I wish morgan freeman did my voice over

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  49. Russian Choir Singing Kalynka and Panzerlied!

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  50. All kind of music (i think mark is one of the best guittars out there, but i really preffer the direstraits time) from supertramp and the doors, to classic, to folk, and even scooter and darude =P


    In voices, in spanish we have a ''calico electronico'' mod, is somekind of comic animation voices and comedy, just great when you hear some of the phases.


    And sometimes i just hear the radio with football or news.

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  51. When a bullet bounces off me it would be kinda epic to hear from Ian McKellen "None shall pass" :D

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  52. The crew voices - I'de really want to hear some of the Monty Python's Flying Circus' members, especially when they finally introduce the option of tank crews speaking in their native languages. Imagine British tanks with, for example, John Cleese speaking - would be epic :D

    Concerning music - I do't listen to anything, because almost all the time I play I'm talking to my friends via Teamspeak.

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  53. Turisas, Xandria, Eluveitie, Sabaton, Korpiklaani, Sonata Arctica... but most of the time nothing. My roommate used to play WoT on one LCD and watch a TV series on another. As he is mainly an arty player it was working pretty good :)

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  54. here you have the most awesome crew voices you can have:

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/57/The_Expendables_Comic-Con_Panel.jpg/800px-The_Expendables_Comic-Con_Panel.jpg

    :-)

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  55. For British tanks:

    John Cleese and David Attenborough

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  56. I listen WoT ingame sound track - pretty good actually.
    But mostly I listen to gun shots (not original silenced shit) of Historical Realism gun sound mod. Would be even better if I had big bass speakers.

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  57. Duke Nukem voice mod by Plunky (for lulz) and Rammstein music mod

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  58. I listen to game based and movies themes, eg Warhammer 40K, Space Marine, Star Wars, Superman, Metal Gear Solid OST.

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  59. Oh yes Rammstein ! And Rage against the machine - Burn yes you gonna burn. That would be lovely.

    Y.

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  60. As voice-over especially for that multi module hits include fire it would be cool to get Eddy Murphy Voice over. Cause he would be able to say it all in less then 1s. ;)

    And if not Eddy Murphy some of this actors would be cool, just cause of there voice sound:
    Harrison Ford
    Kevin Costner
    Will Smith
    Bruce Willis

    And last is, if this Nation specified Voice come, the german one should be done by Edgar Ott if there it can be done on a computer, cause he isnt under us anymore. Just cause of his famous voice sound for many german syncs. (Det. Sgt. John Taggart in Berverly Hills Cops)

    With a actor who is still alive?: Christoph Walz

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  61. My playlist is mostly a bunch of fighting themed punk-rock. I also have a rock version of Katyusha on there, by the Brown Coats. It's my favorite while running around blasting things in my Soviet mediums. :)

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  62. The Top Gear trio.

    Jeremy Clarson, James May and Richard Hammond.

    There used to be a Top Gear Voice Pack mod around, but it hasn't been updated for a long time...

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    1. Great IDEA! It's a right time to contact them:-)))

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  63. I'd love to see the crews from different nationalities have different voice overs. Ideally, every nation would have 2 sets of voice overs, one in the native language and one in English with an accent and there would be an option in the menu where you could set which voice set each country uses. (I'd have France speak French and the other nations speak English with accents.)

    As for music, I just listen to the in-game music, it's pretty good. I did make a music mod back in 0.7.5, but I got tired of updating the mod. It included music from Bulletstorm, Red Alert, Halo and a few other games.

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  64. I had a supreme Experience of WoT, when listening to Edith Piaf and other chansons and music from the 40s, no idea why, ist just sorte felt right. Could be it is due to the scene from the german film "Das Boot", which prepared me subconsciously.
    More generally though I listen to EBM and Industrial (Current favourite song, ironically: "T44 - Don't f*** with the USSR"

    As for my localized voiceovers I would not object so some "cool" german voiceover-artists of actors - The german voice of Bruce Willis for example is excellent, better than the original :)
    And I'd like to see a couple of thinsg fixed. It's just the voiceover I know, but "One more like thsi and they are finished" sounds like taunting me, whenever I just subtracted the first 85 HP from a fresh Tier 9 Heavy with my plucky Centurion.

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