Here’s how to stream all of the Halo title-screen music for free

You no longer need to stress out your Xbox to enjoy the fantastic Halo soundtracks on repeat.

 

Dennis Scimeca

Internet Culture

Published Oct 9, 2015   Updated May 27, 2021, 8:12 pm CDT

The Halo soundtracks are powerful compositions that have defined the series as much as the green helmet of Master Chief himself—and now you can hear all of them, for free, all the time.

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Well, you can hear portions of them, anyway—the portions that played over the opening title screens for Halo, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo: ODST, Halo 3: Mythic, and Halo 4. These are the key movements, the ones you remember best, and the reasons why you left Halo title screens hanging on your Xbox or Xbox 360 for hours while you did your chores, your homework, or other boring things that were preventing you from playing Halo.

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The cleverly URL-ed halome.nu has collected all of that wonderful title-screen music and made it freely available.

Check it out. You’ll thank us later. Anyone in your house who doesn’t appreciate the Halo soundtracks, however, might not. Try to keep the volume down when you let halome.nu run interminably on your computer or mobile device—at least until the house is empty.

Then crank up the music and and get psyched for Halo 5: Guardians, the title screen for which will be running for hours on your Xbox One when the game is released on Oct. 27.

Screengrab via halome.nu

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*First Published: Oct 9, 2015, 4:04 pm CDT