Let this LORD OF THE RINGS playlist bring epic music to all your quests
There are many things that The Lord of the Rings franchise is known to have done perfectly. You could associate The Lord of the Rings with stunning landscapes, incredible costumes or even really delicious food. But if there’s one thing the Lord of the Rings brought us is a whole lot of epic music. Of course, we’re talking in part about Howard Shore’s iconic scores for The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. But we’re also thinking of all the music this incredible series has inspired across pop culture. To celebrate this musical heritage, as well as the next The Lord of the Rings series, power rings, nerdist gathered some of our favorites the Lord of the Rings music and created what you might call the One Playlist of Power. It’s our way of getting you hype for #NerdistTolkienWeek, which runs from August 29 to September 2 to celebrate power ringsthe exit.
Middle-earth awaits you on this sonic journey. Check nerdistit is Middle Earth Playlist below and get ready to have a blast, go on epic quests, and musically encounter hobbits, dwarves, elves, and more.
Some of them are songs you may already have on your the Lord of the Rings reading lists. But “Concerning Hobbits” is a classic and deserves that thousandth listen. In the meantime, other songs may be new to you. We couldn’t recommend better listening to “The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins”, performed by Leonard Nimoy. Not only does this song give us corny nirvana, it will get stuck in your head.
Of course not the Lord of the Rings the musical adventure would be complete without “Ramble On” by Led Zeppelin or “Misty Mountains” interpreted by Richard Armitage. And won’t that just show you the breadth and depth of the Lord of the Rings-related music? We can’t wait to add even more amazing tracks to the lineup when power rings raw.
We let you explore the rest LOTR playlist for yourself. But if there’s one thing we can guarantee, it’s that having it in the background will make every part of your life a great adventure. In fact, we’re pretty sure you’ll make it to the end and come back (again) to the beginning.