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Hello, Draconic here!
Please, bear with me, this will get a bit wordy...
Full disclosure: I suck at uploading music. I don't even post my collections here out of laziness. But you know what? No more!
I refuse to be a miser who sits about in my cave, sleeping on my gigantic hoard of gold, and only getting up to incinerate misguided adventurers with delusions of grandeur hoping to slay me!
Granted, I did collaborate with Starfleet to repost Doublehex's World of Warcraft Expansion Soundtrack Rips (I made the thread look fantastic), but I've never actually uploaded anything.
That changes today: I give you:
Wait, no, I'm here to upload music, not deliciously lean cuts of beef...
Have I mentioned that I'm rather absentminded? I am. It comes from decadence.
Now where was I before I got distracted by this delightful tangent? Oh yes, the music:
Years ago, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess came out. Sure, it wasn't revolutionary, but, it was a good game, and we appreciated it. So, when we discovered Twilight Princess's musical excellence, we all wanted it. And naturally, we were all thrilled to find very complete-looking soundtrack it in our very own Galbadia Hotel so soon after we beat the game.
And then the disappointment. The boss music wasn't evenly arranged, sometimes only playing one and a half loops, and there were never any intros. The dramatic music that crescendos as Morpheel reveals its true form? Forget about it. The entire piece that plays during Ganondorf's execution? We got half. Same goes for the battle with Ook. Zant's battle themes were exceptionally poorly arranged, and if I'm not mistaken, the ripper even forgot one of them entirely. I think it was the Diababa theme.
As was only natural, we were all furious. I myself was so enraged, that I razed several small villages to the ground and devoured many of their fleeing inhabitants. It's not fair that this travesty still remains with us, occupying valuable real estate in the Hotel even to this day! It should have its room card revoked. But then, it's the only one we have... It's better to have a flawed soundtrack than no soundtrack at all, I'll admit.
However there is a better one! I'm uncertain as to why no one has posted it here yet, considering the nature of this site, but I found the true soundtrack. It was perfectly arranged, and it had everything, right down to the Wii Menu Theme. Prime Blue had created a masterpiece. Calling it a mere rip doesn't do it justice. It was a CST. A complete soundtrack. Yes, I just made that up, get over it.
Anyway, I could continue regaling you with my anecdote for hours, and you all really do owe it to me to listen after everything I've done for you (Not eating you, not eating your friends, not recommending your pitifully defended hometowns to my more savage relatives).
However, I have a schedule to keep to, and I imagine you do too. If you don't, get one: I don't like to be wrong. It is in this light that I now bequeath unto you all, Prime Blue's Masterful Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess CST
Please don't kill me for posting it to MediaFire where it will undoubtedly be removed at some point.