EDIT: The lyrics shouldn't be taken very seriously, since it's complete fiction. The "hero" of the song died 40 years before the battle of Cromdale, and the battle itself was actually the defeat that ended the first Jacobite rising... But anyway, it's a great and inspiring song... And besides, it contains the words "The loyal Stewarts, with Montrose, So boldly set upon their foes, And brought them down with Highland blows, Upon the Haughs of Cromdale.", in chorus... Makes me like the song even more
lol i watched the whole thing O_o reminds me of power metal.... without the metal part...
here's some albums
Apparat & Ellen Allien "Orchestra Of Bubbles"
Blonde Redhead "23"
The Bug "London Zoo"
The Cooper Temple Clause "Kick Up The Fire, And Let The Flames Break Loose"
The Fiery Furnaces "Blueberry Boat"
The Flaming Lips - "The Soft Bulletin"
Godspeed You Black Emperor! "Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven"
Led Zeppelin "I"
Low "The Great Destroyer"
Max Richter "The Blue Notebooks"
Miles Davis "Kind of Blue"
The Roots "Things Fall Apart"
A Silver Mt. Zion "He Has Left Us Alone But Shafts Of Light Sometimes Grace The Corner Of Our Rooms"
The Walkmen "You & Me"
Some favorites are Anathema-Sleepless in 96,Type O Negative-Pyretta Blaze,Duran Duran-Hold Back The Rain
I luv "Hold Back the Rain" and their version of "Come Up and See Me...Make Me Smile" (only available on import or EP...also "Save a Prayer"...Yes, I was a "Duranie" complete with black satin Duran Duran Jacket and white oxford shoes!!!! Oh my! My age is surely showing through!!!!