DEEEEE-DE-EEEEEEE-RAAAAAANG, dom, dom, dom!
Bow! Bow! BOW! Bow! Bow! Bow! BOW! Bow! De-ner-ner, der-ner-ner, der-ner-ner!
Deng! Deng, deng, den-ing! Deng! Deng, deng, den-ing-deng!
Dab-de-dab-dab! Dab-de-dab-dab! Nam-u-nam-u-nam-u, nam-u-nam-u-nam-u, nam-u-nam-u-nam-u!
BOOM! Da-ning-da-ning-d-do-do! BOOM! Da-ning-da-ning-da-do-do!
Yeah, you’re all singing along now, but don’t worry, I won’t force you to pick a favourite
Aaaaaaaaaw, Explosions in the Sky are great, aren’t they?
I mean, they only really have two settings, ‘Epic’ and ‘Lawrence of Motherfucking Arabia Buttfucking Spartacus While Ben Hur Tickles The Anus Epic’, but they are fabulous at those two settings and know exactly at what quantity to meat them out
‘Wilderness’ is more of the same, not so much a soundtrack to an imaginary film, but soundtracks to nine individual films where they’ve skipped all the boring stuff and jumped straight to the climactic scene where the hero raises out of his wheelchair to discover her can walk again before kicking Hitler in the balls and convincing Eva Braun that she loves him and kissing her passionately over Adolf’s trembling body