Music Junkie: Ministry of Magic – Songs From Gringotts Vault

I love reading the Harry Potter series and discovering this band really made me smile. I can really imagine the impact the book series has made to its millions of fans.

The Ministry of Magic is a rock band obviously inspired by Harry Potter. The term Ministry of Magic was taken from the series which is the government running the wizarding world. Amusing isn’t it? Wait until you see the song titles and hear the songs! So Harry Potter. Any Potter fan would love this.

Their latest album, Songs From Gringotts Vault, was released December 2011 and has 16 tracks all of which were inspired from terms and events from the books.

Here is the list of songs from their latest album:

  1. Don’t Leave
  2. Accio Love
  3. The Bravest Man I Ever Knew
  4. Gryffindor Rally Cry
  5. House Song
  6. Goodbye Privet Drive
  7. Call To Arms
  8. Snape Vs Snape
  9. Lovegood
  10. This Town
  11. The Lightning Struck Tower
  12. Marauder’s Map
  13. My Baby
  14. Ascendio
  15. I May Lose Everything
  16. More Than Enough

Listen to their new album: Ministry of Magic – Songs From Gringott’s Vault

Enjoy Listening and tell me what you think about the band and their songs.


About Elaine

interior designer | occasional bookworm | closet otaku | music lover | frustrated craftsman | lazy artist | part time bum
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One Response to Music Junkie: Ministry of Magic – Songs From Gringotts Vault

  1. Esther says:

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