Superhuman Strenth Victory Sound

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A shortened version of Smooth McGroove's I Don't Play Games When I Play Games song for your victory sounds.

This is a modification for your Teamy Fortressy 2 which changes your round victory sound to, in my opinion, one of the best songs in existance. Now you can show off your superhuman strenth to all your friends and enemies! Be the envy of the strenth-based battlefield! Murder people with your un-matchable abilities and feel EPIC! You can have a look at what it feels like with this STUNNINGLY edited video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouAWxi7PLlU&feature=youtu.be Or you could just download this soundpack, that works too.

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Smooth McGroove
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End of Round
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Map

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Used Audacity to shorten the file, that's about it.

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Smooth McGroove made the original song, available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnOEeAhXUGA so please don't murder me and my children.
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