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Gradius 3: Original soundtrack

Game info

Name: Gradius 3
Alternate name: Gradius III (Japan); Gradius III: Gofer no Yabou (Japan)
Characteristics: Shoot'em'up
Publisher: Konami
Developer: Konami
PC Engine / TurboGrafx-16
MSX (1988) - Japan
PlayStation 2 (1989)
Arcade (1989) - Japan
Super NES (21 Dec 1990) - Japan
Super NES (1991) - United States

Music info

Released: 21 Feb 1990
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Kukeiha Club
Music type: Original soundtrack
Num of tunes: 12
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: KICA-1001
Play time: 1:13:33

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01 - In The Wind (4:30)
02 - Hit and Away (5:45)
03 - Legend (6:48)
04 - [untranslated] (9:48)
05 - Introduction (2:43)
06 - First Attack (10:01)
07 - Intense Battle! [untranslated] (7:27)
08 - [untranslated] (8:35)
09 - Last Base ... Fight to the Death! (5:58)
10 - Everlasting (3:32)
11 - Dark Force ~ And to Myth (5:08)
12 - Sound Effect Collection (3:18)

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Record created/updated: 16. August 2002.
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