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Information Edit

SkyWorld, released in 2012, was the fourth public album released by Two Steps From Hell and the twentieth overall. The version released to the general public featured 21 completely new tracks, along with "Dark Ages" from the album Nemesis.

However, an extended version was released on Extreme Music with eight additional tracks, one of which was a remixed version of "Freedom Fighters" from the album Legend. Three of these tracks would go on to be released on both Classics albums. An additional four tracks would later be remixed and re-released on the industry album Burn.




Track List Edit

# Title Composer From Later Released On Vocalist Featured
1 All is Hell That Ends Well Thomas Bergersen N/A Burn (remixed version) Unknown (possibly Molly Conole)
2 Titan Dream Nick Phoenix N/A Legacy Nick Phoenix, C.C. White & Aya Peard
3 SkyWorld Thomas Bergersen N/A Legacy N/A
4 El Dorado Thomas Bergersen N/A Burn (remixed version) Unknown (likely Merethe Soltvedt)
5 The End is the Beginning Nick Phoenix N/A N/A Nick Phoenix
6 All The King's Horses Thomas Bergersen N/A N/A Merethe Soltvedt
7 Realm of Power Nick Phoenix N/A N/A N/A
8 Winterspell Thomas Bergersen N/A Legacy/

Burn (remixed version)

Unknown
9 Blackheart Thomas Bergersen N/A Legacy N/A
10 Juggernaut Nick Phoenix N/A N/A N/A
11 Dark Ages Thomas Bergersen Nemesis N/A Unknown (possibly Thomas Bergersen)
12 Our Last Hope Nick Phoenix N/A N/A Aya Peard
13 Icarus Nick Phoenix N/A N/A N/A
14 For the Win Thomas Bergersen N/A Legacy/

Burn (remixed version)

Merethe Soltvedt
15 Sun & Moon Thomas Bergersen N/A N/A Thomas Bergersen & Carina Istre
16 Big Sky Nick Phoenix N/A N/A N/A
17 Starfleet Nick Phoenix N/A N/A N/A
18 Queen of Crows Nick Phoenix N/A N/A N/A
19 Blizzard Thomas Bergersen N/A N/A Molly Conole
20 Breathe Thomas Bergersen N/A N/A Merethe Soltvedt
21 Back to the Earth Nick Phoenix N/A N/A Nick Phoenix
22 Ocean Kingdom Nick Phoenix N/A Legacy Aya Peard

Tracks Only Available on Extreme Music EditionEdit

# Title Composer From Later Released On Vocalist Featured
23 Freedom Fighters (Remix) Thomas Bergersen Legend N/A N/A
24 Identity Crime Nick Phoenix N/A N/A N/A
25 Beneath the Ice Nick Phoenix N/A N/A N/A
26 The World is Mind Nick Phoenix N/A Classics Volume One (w/out solo voice) C.C. White (uncredited)
27 Children From the War Thomas Bergersen N/A N/A Unknown (likely Molly Conole)
28 Requiem for Destruction Thomas Bergersen N/A N/A N/A
29 The Colonel Thomas Bergersen N/A Classics Volume Two N/A
30 Stormwatch Nick Phoenix N/A Classics Volume One N/A

Media UsageEdit

  • All is Hell that Ends Well and Titan Dream were used in some History Channel commercials.
  • Blackheart was used in a PlayStation 4 commercial.
  • For the Win was used in a trailer for the movie, Epic, a commercial for the Cartoon Network series, Ben 10: Omniverse, and a CNN commercial. It was also used by Kenichi Ebina in his performances en route to his victory in the reality show, America's Got Talent.
  • The Colonel was used in a commercial for the Disney XD show, Lab Rats.

TriviaEdit

  • This is the first public album to feature mostly new tracks.
  • This is the first public album to feature both composers as vocalists.
  • This is the first public album to have some tracks be exclusively released on Extreme Music.
  • This is the third and last time Merethe Soltvedt and Aya Peard will be featured together on an album.
  • Molly Conole would later appear on Cry on Thomas Bergersen's solo album Sun, as well as his single Threnody for Europe.
  • This is the second public album to features songs that have English lyrics.
  • This is the first public album that features Thomas Bergersen as a vocalist.
  • Four of the tracks from this album (All is Hell That Ends WellWinterspellEl Dorado and For the Win) would later be remixed for the industry album Burn.
  • This is the first public album where both composers are featured evenly, with 11 songs each on the original album and 15 each on the extended version.
  • Not including the extra tracks, All The King's Horses (2:06) is the shortest track featured whereas The End is the Beginning (4:51) is the longest.
    • With the extra tracks, Requiem for Destruction (1:30) is the shortest.
  • This album, along with Unleashed, possess the most amount of tracks with vocals, with 14 each.
    • Unleashed, however, credits all its vocalists whereas this album does not.
    • This is not counting the tracks on the extended version, which would make this album take the title alone.

Gallery Edit

Booklet Edit

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