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Alright boys and girls... and hermaphrodites. I'm here to tell you about a group called Two Steps from Hell. They are some of the greatest movie trailer music I have heard in the entirety of my brief existence. Let me give you an example of their work.


Hear the music? Now listen to this.


Same song, obviously. I have all 858 songs of them (3.53 GB, to those who are wondering.) Good luck getting them.

Their work varies, some is like Heart of Courage (The link above), some is calm (

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cn0dyjxDUuM) Some of it is actiony ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Q78bm-YslA), and it goes on and on and on.


I love TSFH very much, and just wanted to share with you their awesomeness. Nogoodnms out.

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TSFH makes Production music specifically to be sold to studios and companies for use in Trailers so that soundtracks don't have to be recomposed or spoiled. Star Trek, Tron: Legacy, Indiana Jones 4 and Inception all had their trailers music use TSFH music.

This is a nice metric server. No imperial dimensions, please.

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Thanks Blue, I already knew that though. It's really annoying how they don't sell it to the public, except for Invincible, and that contains mostly stuff from Nemesis and Power of Darkness. There's a lot of good songs out in their albums, and yet they mostly focused on those 2. Solitude should have been in it...


Well, you could always just Youtube2mp3 every song you find.

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