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30th Dec '16 9:30:55 AM Linusblanket2100
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* Dramatic Pause: "Salvation" has a brief pause before the climax - and it makes it that much better.


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* StopandGo: "Salvation" has a brief pause before the climax - and it makes it that much better.
30th Dec '16 9:30:09 AM Linusblanket2100
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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums (with the exceptions of ''Invincible's'' "Am I Not Human" and "To Glory", both of which then to be released on their industry album ''Nero''), each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album are "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from ''Amaria'' (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria")).

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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums (with the exceptions of ''Invincible's'' "Am I Not Human" and "To Glory", both of which then to be released on their industry album ''Nero''), each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once three(once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and (2012), ''Battlecry'' (2015).(2015) and ''Vanquish''. (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album are "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from ''Amaria'' (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria")).



* AfricanChant: "Future Guardian" invokes this. The choir sounds more like a tribal chant in this song as opposed to OminousLatinChanting.



** "Dangerous" and "Titan Dream" also qualify, as the vocalists featured are lower in tone compared to what TSFH usually features.
* Autobots, Rock Out!: "Jump", "Stallion" and "Star Sky" all have an electric guitar solo contained within them.
* BattleThemeMusic: Many of their dramatic pieces (namely "United We Stand - Divided We Fall") fall in line with this trope.



* DescentIntoDarknessSong: Their "Halloween" album was the one mainly filled with songs of this trope, but "Am I Not Human?" and "Inferni" also work.
* Dramatic Pause: "Salvation" has a brief pause before the climax - and it makes it that much better.



* Halloweentown: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wpa8c4kT760 To Die on Halloween]] invokes this.

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* Halloweentown: [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Halloweentown Halloweentown]]: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wpa8c4kT760 To Die on Halloween]] invokes this.


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** Occasionally inverted, as there are instances where multiple vocalists will be featured on one song ("Outpost" and "Fall of the Fountain World" are some of the more popular).
27th Nov '16 1:45:18 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheChroniclesOfNarnia'': The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

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* ''TheChroniclesOfNarnia'': The Voyage of the Dawn Treader''Film/TheChroniclesOfNarnia: Film/TheVoyageOfTheDawnTreader''
26th Oct '16 4:32:59 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/{{Beowulf 2007}}''

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* ''Film/{{Beowulf ''WesternAnimation/{{Beowulf 2007}}''
26th Oct '16 12:35:30 PM raziel123
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5th Sep '16 10:31:13 AM erforce
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* ''Film/{{Beowulf}}''
* ''[[Film/HarryPotter Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix]]''
* ''Literature/{{Inkheart}}''

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* ''Film/{{Beowulf}}''
''Film/{{Beowulf 2007}}''
* ''[[Film/HarryPotter Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix]]''
''Film/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix''
* ''Literature/{{Inkheart}}''''Film/{{Inkheart}}''
30th Jul '16 10:54:39 AM HappyBear801
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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums (with the exceptions of ''Invincible's'' "Am I Not Human" and "To Glory", both of which then to be released on their industry album ''Nero''), each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album are "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from ''Amaria'' (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria").

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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums (with the exceptions of ''Invincible's'' "Am I Not Human" and "To Glory", both of which then to be released on their industry album ''Nero''), each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album are "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from ''Amaria'' (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria").
Amaria")).
18th Jul '16 3:45:02 AM HappyBear801
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[-''Music makes you Braver''-] [--Two Steps From Hell-]

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[-''Music makes you Braver''-] [--Two braver''-] [-''-'''Two Steps From Hell-]
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18th Jul '16 3:42:56 AM HappyBear801
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[-text-]''Music makes you Braver''[-text-] [-text-]-Two Steps From Hell[-text-]

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[-text-]''Music [-''Music makes you Braver''[-text-] [-text-]-Two Braver''-] [--Two Steps From Hell[-text-]
Hell-]
18th Jul '16 3:41:55 AM HappyBear801
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[-text-]''Music makes you Braver''[-text-] [-text-]-Two Steps From Hell[-text-]



Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums, each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album are "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from "Amaria" (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria").

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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums, albums (with the exceptions of ''Invincible's'' "Am I Not Human" and "To Glory", both of which then to be released on their industry album ''Nero''), each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album are "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from "Amaria" ''Amaria'' (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria").
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