Mega Man 2: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Name: Mega Man 2
Released: 16 Feb 2000
Opening Distraught (5:09) [arr. by Penopticon] Dr Asuul (1:21) [arr. by Dr.Asuul] ROBOVoice (1:24) [arr. by Joe Redifer] BlachlyWily (1:47) [arr. by Charles Blachly] FlashFire (3:12) [arr. by AE] Airman WindShear (3:47) [arr. by AE] WeaponGain (0:53) [arr. by Prince Vejita] BubbleMan Electron (3:21) [arr. by Electron] Ending Trance Reality (3:45) [arr. by dvdad] EvilHorde Heatman (2:34) [arr. by Evil Horde] TeknoWily (2:39) [arr. by Nilvah] Crashthe70'sMan (2:51) [arr. by Daknit, Bard of Tarot] CrashMan Centuria (6:44) [arr. by 4-Eyes] BubbleMan(wantstoget)FunkedUp (4:21) [arr. by Disco Dan] Metalman StainlessSteel (3:59) [arr. by AE] BubblemanSoapAndWater (4:45) [arr. by AE] CrashManCrashAndBurn (2:12) [arr. by DJ Intermodal] QuickDraw (4:27) [arr. by Evil Horde] HotFlashesMan (3:15) [arr. by djpretzel] Crashman(TestDummy) (3:31) [arr. by AE] CraniumCastle (3:11) [arr. by Gecko Yamori] Heat Man Rapid Fire (4:57) [arr. by Disco Dan] CrashedMen (3:08) [arr. by aneurysm] Wily's Mosh Pit (2:55) [arr. by Steve Pordon] Wily Meets Flashman (4:12) [arr. by NoppZ] Project X 2 (TitleScreen) (2:05) [arr. by Project X] ProjectX2Crashman (2:08) [arr. by Project X] Project X 2 Metalman (1:19) [arr. by Project X] DrWily Haunts Flashman (4:06) [arr. by Mattias Holmgren] The Tallest Building (3:55) [arr. by injury] Teardrinker (4:29) [arr. by The Wingless] WithTheQuickness (5:00) [arr. by AE] Metalman Goes Clubbing (5:22) [arr. by Disco Dan]
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Record created/updated: 13. February 2003.
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