Countdown To Classic celebrates its first birthday in style, as Josh takes what is his favourite call to date on the show with musician and content creator, Chimly, analysing the music of vanilla World of Warcraft.
Come celebrate the show’s birthday with a banger of a soundtrack as Chimly goes deep on why the game’s music is arguably the greatest in the history of video games.
After that, Josh takes another listener call touching on the economy and the auction house, before finishing up with a bit of memory lane.
- Calling Countdown #1 – The Music Of World of Warcraft With Chimly – 2:50
- Calling Countdown #2 – The Economy & Flipping The Auction House With Vel – 1:15:45
- Forum & Fauna – Undercity – Great Place or Horrible Design? – 1:49:00
- Memory Lane – 2:05:50
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Find the podcast ‘Song Exploder’ talking about Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Go Your Own Way’ here: http://songexploder.net/fleetwood-mac