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Title Screen by David Wise


Instructor Mooselini's RAP by Matsuura


Running around the city by Kazuo Sawa


Welcome by Whittaker, Howlett and Henderson


Ending theme by Hajime Hirasawa


Purple Coins theme by Koji Kondo


His Name Was King by Luis Bacalov


Theme of Laura by Akira Yamaoka


Los Angeles theme by Geary and Turner


Blue Blue Moon by Yuzo Koshiro


Launch by Tommy Tallarico


Everyone Says Hi by David Bowie


Green Garden by Akifumi Tada


Fly Me to the Moon (Climax Mix) by Yamaguchi


Title Screen by Tim and Geoff Follin


Aquatic Ambience by David Wise


Title Screen by Shotaro Sasaki


Town Where the Bells Chime by Ken Nakagawa


Face-shredding tunes from Frykman and Strong


Level 2 by Tim Follin




APRIL 2010


Extreme Outlaw by Tenpei Sato


Sakura's Theme by Yamamoto and Nishigaki


Highly catchy electronic tunes from Biggin and Phelan


Space Station by Carl Larsson


Credits music by Shimomura, Abe and Lyla


Final Boss by Marumo, Kodaka and Hara


Face-melting guitars by Miyashita


Main theme by Fujita and Tamiya


Battle with the Four Fiends by Uematsu


Go Straight by Yuzo Koshiro


Forest Falls by Chris J Hampton


Why do humans want sex with cats?


Reach Out to the Truth by Shoji Meguro


Versus Mode by Nagao, Tsukamoto and Hikichi


Prologue by Adachi and Kuduo


Two songs that are great, I promise


The Advantage, Metroid Metal, NESkimos and more


A selection of songs from this classy group


Three Castlevania tracks


Time's Scar by Yasunori Mitsuda


Planet Earth by an unknown artist


MARCH 2010


Title Screen by Yasuaki Fujita


The King of Speed by Namiki and Takenobu


Pulse de Chocobo by Masashi Hamauzu


Sonic Spinball, Cruis'n USA and Freaky Flyers


Mind's Eye by Howe, Lindsay, Saville and Hodgson


Back to the Old Temple by Tom Salta


Black Hole Power by Yoshito Hirano


Control Center by Norgate, Kirkhope and Beanland


Scrap Brain Zone by Masato Nakamura


Tal Tal Heights by Totaka, Ishikawa and Hamano


Stickerbrush Symphony by David Wise

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