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Mike Salbato
Music of the Year 2015 ~ Editors' Favorites
9 editors + 40 albums = a whole lotta music.
02.16.16 - 7:46 PM

I mention in my introduction to Music of the Year the amount of contributors we have. By now you've likely heard several of them on our two special edition episodes of Rhythm Encounter.

Today, we have our biggest and most diverse presentation of Editors' Favorites ever. With nine RPGFan editors picking their favorite albums and musical moments of 2015, we have 40 different albums represented here across everyone's lists. Some of these may not surprise you (yes, Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward is on my list), but several just might, and all of them are worth your time.

Once again, each editor chose not only favorite albums, but specific tracks to highlight from each, and with 135 songs worth of music samples, you're certain to discover some new favorites. Be sure to head over to our RPGFan Music forum and let us know what you think, and share your own favorites!

There's one day left of Music of the Year festivities, so once you're done browsing our lists, check back here tomorrow for the Final Movement of Rhythm Encounter!


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