- His song for Assassin's Creed; one of his earliest works, but it still holds up today.
- The rap for Batman: Arkham Asylum, a dark, eerie song from the perspective of the Dark Knight himself. (Funnily enough, it was supposed to be the first in a series, but nothing seems to have come of it.)
- Dan Bull plus Borderlands 2 equals "Back to the Borderlands", a killer rap with an utterly awesome dubstep track backing it up.Hello, Pandora fans!
I'd like to show my awesome plans!
Hold on tight to your organs, glands:
We're riding back to the Borderlands!
- The song near-universally praised as his best lyrically: Halo 4. It really has to be seen to be believed.
- "And the Songbird Sings", his song for Bioshock Infinite is an intense rap that encapsulates the story of Infinite both quickly and awesomely.
- His tracks for The Crew and its sequel, rather than rhyming, use homophones. And it's awesome.You're a dead man walking going hard on the brakes
It's like you're Dead Man Walkn going hard on the breaks
I'm going to LA to roll over you, ese
Then I gotta get to New York today, roll over USA
- His track for Grand Theft Auto V. Holy shit. The song perfectly captures the atmosphere of the game, with verses for each protagonist.
- The track for The Wolf Among Us, a noir-styled song complete with Adam Harrington himself on guest vocals!
- One of his best works: the Civilization rap, an utterly beautiful ode to human history.
- The track for Destiny, a pulse-pounding musical "fuck you" to the Darkness, all joined by a chorus quoting — what else? — the Law of the Jungle.
Awesome Music / Dan Bull