Music of The Walking Dead

From page to screen to soundtrack, The Walking Dead has torn through the flesh of various formats and clings tightly to the still-beating heart of popular culture. Based on the comic book series by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard, the TV show has become a cult favorite internationally and continues to set itself apart from the source material that inspires it. Music plays a significant part in the series, with a very distinct tone and style, creating associations with the characters and the world into which they have been thrown.

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