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Illumina
Preceeded By... All Drones Go to Hell
Suceeded By... Balls to the Wall
Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB-XZMbgwgFUoZHu-0ILXck70EdtR_rde

Information: Edit

Illumina was the thirteenth industry album released by Two Steps From Hell and the fourteenth overall. Published in 2010, it was another New Age album and a sequel of sorts to Dreams & Imaginations. As of 2018, all 33 tracks have been re-released to the public on Demon's Dance, Miracles and its public re-release Illumina Anthology.

Official Website Description: Edit

Two Steps From Hell Dreams And Imaginations released in 2010. This is an album in the same vein as Dreams And Imaginations. Dreamy, evolving and emotional themes with a fair bit of live orchestra create some very memorable cues.

YouTube Channel Description: Edit

This stunning sequel to "Dreams and Imaginations" takes you on a journey through a seamless fusion of acoustic and electronic elements. Featuring 33 tracks, "Illumina" offers warm, elegant and beautiful music played by some of LA's best string players and vocalists.

Mixed at Thomas' new studio at Remote Control, this release will surprise you, and inspire your imagination. "Illumina" will elevate your soul. Sit back and enjoy a different side of Two Steps.

Track List: Edit

  1. Could've Been by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  2. I Love You Forever by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Miracles)
  3. Ulthuan by Thomas Bergersen; feat. Aya Peard (later released on Illumina)
  4. Corruption by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  5. Organic Multiplication by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  6. Lost in Las Vegas by Thomas Bergersen; feat. Aya Peard (possibly) (later released on Miracles)
  7. Rapture by Nick Phoenix (later released on Illumina)
  8. Down by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  9. Global Waste by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Demon's Dance & Illumina)
  10. Timelapse by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  11. Hot Cargo by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  12. R.E.M. by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  13. Love Suspended by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  14. Shipwrecked by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  15. Morningstar by Nick Phoenix; feat. Aya Peard (later released on Illumina)
  16. Missing Letters by Nick Phoenix (later released on Illumina)
  17. She Sees the Future by Thomas Bergersen; feat. Merethe Soltvedt (possibly) (later released on Illumina)
  18. A Hole in the Sun by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  19. Threnody by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina; feat. Barbary Grant)
  20. Painted World by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  21. Sidyana by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  22. Enigma by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  23. Paper Planes by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  24. Shaken, Not Stirred by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  25. Science by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Miracles)
  26. Prelude to a Nightmare by Nick Phoenix (later released on Illumina)
  27. You Walk This Earth Alone by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  28. Cloud Maker by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina; feat. Barbary Grant)
  29. Walking on Air by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  30. You Will Count Your Dead by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  31. The Frail by Nick Phoenix (pulse version originally released on All Drones Go To Hell & later released on Illumina)
  32. Bourne in the Future by Thomas Bergersen (later released on Illumina)
  33. Eyes Closing by Thomas Bergersen (altered version later released on Miracles)

Trivia: Edit

  • This is the first album to release a track that shares its name with a previously released track (i.e. a track named Corruption previously appeared on All Drones Go to Hell).
    • Unlike False King, however, this was probably coincidental.
  • This is the first album to re-release a track from an industry album without re-releasing to the public.
  • According to TSFH's FaceBook page, Thomas wrote Down "as an experiment on how you could have a bassline that was constantly moving downwards throughout the song. Hence the title of the track."
Two Steps From Hell Discography
Industry Albums

Volume OneShadows and NightmaresDynastyAll Drums Go To HellPathogenNemesisDreams & ImaginationsLegendAshesThe Devil Wears NadaPower of DarknessAll Drones Go to HellIlluminaBalls to the WallNeroTwo Steps From HeavenBurnCyanideCrime LabOpen ConspiracyAmariaEmpireStronger Faster BraverHammerfistTrapstar

Public Albums

InvincibleArchangelHalloweenSkyWorldClassics Volume OneMiraclesColin Frake on Fire Mountain (Album)BattlecryClassics Volume TwoVanquishUnleashedDragon

Anthology Series

Battlecry AnthologyNero AnthologyHeaven AnthologyPower of Darkness AnthologyIllumina Anthology

Miscellaneous Albums

Christmas MedleyDemon's DanceOther AlbumsTrailer ToolkitsTwo Steps From Hell: Ringtones

Japan-Exclusive Albums

LegacyImpossible

Solo Albums

IllusionsSpeed of SoundSun