B…b…beautiful music: Soundtrack to “Attack on Titan”

«You know, Londo never liked the Pak’ma’ra [alien race of garbage eaters who can digest nearly everything]. I mean, they’re stubborn, lazy, obnoxious, greedy–»
«They kinda look like an octopussy that got run over by a truck.»
«That too, but … one day Londo and I were walking past their quarters … and we heard them … singing.»
«Singing? They can sing?»
«There’s nothing about that in the literature.»
«Apparently it’s something they only do certain times of the year as part of their religious ceremonies. You may not believe this, but … it was the most beautiful sound I’ve ever heard. I couldn’t make out the words, but I knew it was full of sadness and … hope and wonder and … terrible … sense of loss. I looked at Londo and — this is the amazing part — there was a … tear running down his face. I said: ‘Londo, we should leave.’ And ‘This is upsetting you.’ He just stood there and … listened. And when it was over he turned to me and he said: ‘There are 49 gods in our pantheon, Vir. To tell you the truth I never believed in any of them. But if only one of them exist, … then god sings with that voice.’ It’s funny. After everything we’ve been through, all he did, … I miss him.»
Vir, Garibaldi, Sheridan, Franklin, Vir in Babylon 5: «Sleeping in Light»

Hmm, even while the quote does not match the series I am talking about … it fits. Attack on Titan has some beautiful music. Patriotic, yet relatable. Very very well done. I can highly recommend this YouTube Video (just use a YouTube downloader and convert it to an mp3):