Crusade Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.80/10 from 5500 votes
Tags: alien plague, extinction event, babylon 5 spin off
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Crusade

Title in Italiano:

Crusade

Title in Português:

Crusade

Title in Français:

2267, ultime croisade

Title in Türk:

2267, ultime croisade

Title in Deutsch:

Babylon 5: Crusade

Synopsis

Several years after the end of the Great War (detailed in the main Babylon 5 TV series) the former servants of the now-exiled Shadows attempt to avenge their old masters by introducing a powerful biological weapon into Earth's atmosphere.

After five years of adapting itself to humanity's genetic makeup, it will kill every human being on the planet. Since this plague was the product of a technology far ahead of humanity's, there isn't enough time to develop an original solution - instead, humanity will have to comb through the ruins of older alien civilizations with the hope of finding some ancient, advanced technology that can cure the disease.

Leading this high-stakes archeological mission is a starship of the new Interstellar Alliance, the Excalibur, and its crew drawn from the Alliance's elite troubleshooting corps, the Rangers.

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Play Title Artist
Crusade
Legends of Azeroth (Main Title)
The Shaping of the World
Legacy
Song of Elune
Echoes of the Past
A Call To Arms
Seasons of War (Intro Movie)
Stormwind
Orgrimmar
The Undercity
Thunder Bluff
Darnassus
Ironforge
Elwynn Forest
Duskwood
Dun Morogh
Burning Steppes
Shimmering Flats
Felwood
Stranglethorn Vale
Tanaris
Teldrassil
Tavern
Moonfall
Ruins
Temple
Lurking
Sacred
Graveyard
War
The Shattering
Xaxas
Tempest's Wake
Depths of Vashj'ir
Castaways
Reforged
Restoring the Balance
Curse of the Worgen
Defenders of Azeroth
Eventide
Thaurissan's Reach
Uldum
Breath of Al'Akir
Call of the Elements
Guardians of Nordrassil
Dominion of the Stonemother
Nightsong
Wrath of the Lich King (Main Title)
Dragons' Rest
Arthas, My Son (Cinematic Intro)
Path of Tears
Crystalsong
Dalaran
God Hunters
Forged in Blood
Mountains of Thunder
Secrets Long Forgotten - Exclusive Track
The Kalu'ak
The Eye of Eternity
Garden of Life
Main Title
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Hyperspace
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Future Pleasure
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Elizabeth
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Galen's Wrath
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Sorrow
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Shanghai Tan
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Patterns OfSoul
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Alwyn's Story
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Mars Done
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Battlestation
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Rainbow
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Visitors
Evan H. Chen: Performer
Invasion
Evan H. Chen: Performer
My Way
Evan H. Chen: Performer
End Credits
Evan H. Chen: Performer

User reviews

Donald Hall
4/10

The soundtrack of Crusade fell short in capturing the intensity and emotional depth of the high-stakes archeological mission portrayed in the series.

Matthew Taylor
7/10

The soundtrack of Crusade perfectly captures the tension and urgency of the high-stakes archeological mission embarked upon by the crew of the Excalibur.

Joseph Campbell
6/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Crusade succeeded in immersing me in the world of the series and enhancing the narrative with its evocative and well-crafted compositions. The music played a crucial role in setting the tone and atmosphere of the show, making it a memorable and impactful viewing experience.

Susan Thompson
8/10

The use of different musical motifs and themes for the various alien cultures encountered by the crew adds depth and richness to the storytelling.

Michelle Rodriguez
5/10

The soundtrack of Crusade perfectly captures the tension and urgency of the high-stakes archeological mission to save humanity from the deadly biological weapon. The music enhances the sense of imminent danger and the race against time.

Susan White
1/10

The music failed to evoke the sense of urgency and suspense needed to enhance the storyline, making key moments feel flat and lacking impact.

Mary Harris
5/10

I found the use of orchestral elements in the soundtrack of Crusade to be particularly effective in conveying the grandeur and scale of the mission undertaken by the crew of the Excalibur. The sweeping melodies added a sense of epic adventure to the story.

Ronald Jackson
5/10

The diversity of musical styles in the soundtrack of Crusade added richness and texture to the storytelling, reflecting the varied alien civilizations encountered by the crew on their quest for a cure. The eclectic mix of genres kept the soundtrack engaging and dynamic throughout.

Joseph Mitchell
7/10

The emotional depth and complexity conveyed through the music resonates with the struggles and sacrifices made by the characters in their quest to save humanity.

Nancy Parker
5/10

The haunting and atmospheric tracks in the soundtrack of Crusade created a sense of mystery and intrigue, which complemented the search for ancient alien technology to combat the deadly plague. The music added depth to the storyline and enhanced the overall viewing experience.

Kimberly Allen
7/10

The music enhances the suspense and sense of impending danger as humanity races against time to find a cure for the deadly biological weapon threatening Earth.

Joshua Evans
1/10

Additionally, the lack of memorable musical motifs made it difficult for the audience to connect with the characters and their struggles on a deeper level.

Timothy Turner
6/10

The emotional resonance of the soundtrack in Crusade was palpable, especially during key moments of sacrifice and heroism by the crew members of the Excalibur. The music effectively underscored the personal stakes involved in the mission to save humanity.

Deborah Rodriguez
8/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Crusade not only complements the narrative of the series but also stands on its own as a powerful and evocative musical work.

Kimberly Clark
7/10

I appreciate how the soundtrack incorporates a blend of futuristic and ancient elements, reflecting the search for advanced alien technology in the ruins of older civilizations.

Andrew Gonzalez
7/10

The orchestration and instrumentation in the soundtrack are masterfully done, creating a cinematic experience that immerses the listener in the world of Crusade.