I just finished watching Chernobyl...

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... and the soundtrack was amazing. It goes a lot into the direction of what I hope/wish the soundtrack of D4's soundtrack will be.

I don't mean that D4's soundtrack should be exactly like that, but that (imo) it should be dark ambient music, that creates and accentuates an atmosphere of desperation and (impending) doom, just like the soundtrack of Chernobyl does.

Just listen to this:
It was like Session 9 and Michael Clayton had a baby.....

Amazing music indeed.
Haunting. Spooky. (Made me wish I could afford HBO.)
It certainly changed my lighthearted mood.

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