Music: Level 80 Elite Tauren Chieftain
aka: Level 70 Elite Tauren Chieftain
- Vocalist: Samwise "Samuro" Didier, also Blizzard's art director.
- Rhythm Guitarist: Chris "Sig Nicious" Sigaty, also the lead producer of Starcraft II.
- Lead Guitarist: Dave "Bergrisst" Berggren, also a concept artist and game designer.
- Bassist: Mike "Mai'Kyl" Morhaime, also Blizzard's president and co-founder.
- Drummer: Alan "Chief Thunder-Skins" Dabiri, also a senior programmer (though credited with the ambiguous term "dunsel").
- Power of the Horde (2003): Played during the credits of Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, and is accessible in the game's single-player mode with the cheat "tenthleveltaurenchieftain". The band's World of Warcraft incarnation also plays this song during its appearances.
- I Am Murloc (2007)
- Rogues Do It from Behind (2007)
- Terran Up the Night (2007): Their first non-Warcraft song, composed to celebrate the announcement of Starcraft II earlier that year. This song was later included in Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty (which focused on the terrans, appropriately enough), and could be heard in the game's jukebox, during the credits and during gameplay when the player entered the cheat "overengineeredcodpiece". Credited as Level 800 Elite Tauren Chieftain.
- Raise Some Hell (2008): Composed to celebrate the announcement of Diablo III.
- Nightfall (2008)
This band has examples of:
- Badass Boast: "Power of the Horde".
- Creator Cameo / The Cast Show Off: Because the band was formed by Blizzard employees, this was expected. They have appeared several times in World of Warcraft, and there's an ad of the band in Starcraft II. The Elite Tauren Chieftain, a tauren chieftain wielding a guitar, is also a card in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft and a playable character in Heroes of the Storm.
- Double Entendre: "Rogues Do It from Behind".
- Heavy Mithril: What do you expect?
- "I Am" Song: "I Am Murloc".
- Rank Inflation: Level 10 -> Level 60 -> Level 70 -> Level 80 -> Level 90