Download the Twilight Princess Soundtrack for Free

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Like many people, it's probable that you often get into arguments with some of your friends about which of you is the biggest The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess fanboy. Well if you're looking for a way to end that debate before it can even really start to gather some steam, head on over to Zelda Informer and download the entire soundtrack for the very reasonable price of nothing. Yep, you read that right. Absolutely free. Imagine the possibilities. While your geeky friend Cory is blabbering on about how Epona was named for the Celtic goddess of horses, you can simply press play on your iPhone and let the haunting piping of Kakariko Cemetary speak for itself. Debate over.

As Zelda Informer is quick to point out, this isn't the official soundtrack, but all of the music ripped directly from the game. That's 183 tracks of pure listening pleasure that even Hylian ears couldn't resist. The tunes range from zanily upbeat to rousingly inspirational to ominously spooky, and listening to them as a standalone experience really accentuates just how varied Twilight Princess really was. And while you can easily download the entire package, you can also pick and choose the individual tracks that you'd like to add to your collection. Let's face it, Hologram Zant isn't for everyone.

Of course, the smooth orchestral tones of Twilight Princess aren't nearly as cool as the twangy guitar riffing from Wind Waker but it's still better than 99.9% of the schlock that passes for game soundtracks. And remember how it's free? So hurry up and download it already.

Enjoy it now, because in not too long we'll have the pleasure of an entirely new Zelda soundtrack. We can all count on Skyward Sword to deliver, at least when it comes to the music.

Do you have a favorite Zelda tune? Which one and from which game?

Click here for access to the entire Zelda: Twilight Princess soundtrack.

Source: Zelda Informer (via Destructoid)

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