A pity the forum does not accept certain file attachments; otherwise I could settle this decisively with one swift round of cannon fire.
The most repetitive, predictable chant we of the Greek/Arabic sphere have is probably the Xristos Anesti, and that predictability can dull its musical impact even in a tradition with a remarkably poignant musical system--I normally would not send a sample of the Easter Troparion to demonstrate the power of Byzantine chant. That nonetheless amidst this often boring regularity there can sometimes arise out of the musical versions of that troparion one that breaks that monotony and carries with it a magnificent distinction is I think a testament to the qualities of the Greek/Arabic tradition of Orthodox chant.
Regrettably, without the attachment system I need here, I will not be able to silence your contemptible blasphemy, Christianius, with that music file guaranteed to power your subwoofer into breaking down concrete walls. :-)