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Has anyone bought the soundtracks for both Oblivion and Skyrim? I found both soundtracks to be quite awesome its great music!

 

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Begone the fools that lead me I need not to know accept reclining spirit I need to endure You try to live a lifetime each and every day In this short time of promise you're a memory

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Skyrim's music worked very well. Ambient when it needed to be, powerful when it needed to be. I was not disappointed by the game or its soundtrack.

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The soundtracks for both Oblivion and Skyrim have some particularly nice moments, as well as powerful and grand ones (such as Skyrim's main theme).

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OK I just played the entire Album with noise canceling earphones sitting outside staring at the Stars wishing wishing I was on Nirn. This is the most awesome soundtrack ever I was truly moved. It calmed me to a point that I was at ease.

Begone the fools that lead me I need not to know accept reclining spirit I need to endure You try to live a lifetime each and every day In this short time of promise you're a memory

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Tes 4 Oblivion is definitelly my favourite. Nature and city themes fits every single Dn'D game.

"Even if something sounds logical, it doesn't mean it have to be true"

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