The usual design for the week is one select track from an artist per album, meaning there is always plenty of showcases to present. However, there are those select songs that haunt me beyond the favorite pick from an album. So, today, we shall feature a few of those illusive tracks that hold their own against the already exemplary choice.
The first track is instrumental only but extremely powerful and grand, created by those Colorado giants, Wayfarer.
Second, having to reach into my own collection and bring it forth, Beorn's Hall created this wild track from Norse mythology called "Beneath The Hooves of Sleipnir."
Oddly enough, the album covers have similar color schemes. A most metal coincidence.
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