When I went on vacation last year in Europe with my parents, I only knew a bit of Turisas, listened to them a few times on Youtube. Had no intentions of getting their CDs. I wanted to buy many CDs in native languages, and randomly saw the Varangian Way Director's Cut edition in Germany. Well, I got it anyways because it looked so appetizing. Didn't listen to much at first because my mum wasn't too happy with the harsh vocals ... Blah. 2 weeks later, in Switzerland, it seems that the CD was always playing. Its so awesome going down mountains, on those curvy roads, with To Holmgard and Beyond blaring... or on same curvy roads with Portage to the Unknown, it always seemed to play the threatening loud brass (I assume) parts (like at 1:47) right on the curve... Very cool. In the Court of Jarisleif was also awesome on long stretches of road through woods... Just awesome. I listened to the CD every night before I slept afterwards, when I was staying with my aunt for 3 weeks.. Music is also awesome with video games that don't really rely on sound (World of Warcraft [make fun of me, go ahead..], Europa Universalis III, etc). And of course all the areas other people have said.