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F-Zero (Arranged Soundtrack)

Game info

Name: F-Zero
Alternate name: F-Zero: Maximum Velocity (US)
Characteristics: Racing / Driving, Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo
Original/port composers: Naoto Ishida, Yumiko Kanki
Super NES (21 Nov 1990) - Japan
Super NES (1991) - United States
Game Boy Advance (21 Mar 2001) - Japan
Game Boy Advance (22 Jun 2001) - Europe

Music info

Released: 25 Mar 1992
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composers of these tunes: Naoto Ishida, Yumiko Kanki
Music type: Arranged soundtrack
Num of tunes: 12
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: TKCA-30516
Play time: 51:46

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01 - Opening Theme (4:20)
02 - Big Blue (4:03)
03 - Red Canyon (4:11)
04 - Fire Field (4:15)
05 - Silence (4:34)
06 - White Land (4:22)
07 - Port Town (4:40)
08 - Select Time Theme (3:42)
09 - Mute City (4:24)
10 - Sand Ocean (4:39)
11 - Death Wind (3:31)
12 - Ending Theme (5:05)

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Record created/updated: 16. August 2002.
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