Reference Music

On this page I want to share some of my favorite albums and songs, all of them are played for pleasure and also as a reference to subjectively test headphones.
I must have a solid playlist of music so I can at least have a solid base to work upon, testing different headphones with different songs would be very hard for me.
Most of these albums and songs are not recorded to the so called “audiophile standard” and don’t fall on the Classical and Jazz audiophile stereotype, even so they are my reference albums so deal with it or use the door.

The KZ earphone guide was for most part reviewed with Laura Pausini – Io Canto and Kamelot – Karma and Epica albums.
Also you can view this youtube video from the author of audioholikz.com to understand why this page exists in the first place.

Albums
– Laura Pausini – Io Canto (Atlantic Atlantic – 2006 – Pop Rock)
– Kamelot – Karma (Noise Records – 2001 – Power Metal/Symphonic Metal)
– Kamelot – Epica (Noise Records – 2003 – Power Metal/Symphonic Metal)
– Bill Brown & Jamie Christopherson – Lineage 2 – Chaotic Chronicle (NCSoft – 2003 – Game Score, Symphonic)
– Guns N’ Roses – Appetite For Destruction (Geffen – 1987 – Hard Rock)
– Joe Satriani – The Extremist (Relativity – 1992 – Instrumental Rock)
– U2 – All That You Can’t Leave Behind (Island/Interscope – 2000 – Rock)
– E.S. Posthumus – Unearthed (Wigshop Records – 2001 – Neoclassical New-Age)
– E.S. Posthumus – Cartographer (Wigshop Records – 2008 – Modern classical, New Age, Symphonic Rock)
– Jeremy Soule – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (DirectSong – 2011 – Game Score, Symphonic)

Songs
– Maaya Sakamoto – Record of Lodoss War TV: Kiseki No Umi single (Victor Entertainment – 1998 – Anime Score, J-Pop) (Youtube Link because this is by far my favorite anime song)
– Christopher Tin – Waloyo Yamoni “We Overcome the Wind” (2014 – Modern Classical)
– Christopher Tin – Sogno di Volare “The Dream of Flight” (2016 – Game Score, Modern Classical)

This list will be updated asap with more music.