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Game Music Concert 4 by Symphonic Orchestra (Orchestral Game Concert 4)

(music related with Super NES)

Music info

Released: 21 Nov 1994
Related Plaform: Super NES
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Num of tunes: 11
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: SRCL-2736
Play time: 1:12:57

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01 - Renasu 2 - In Admiration of the Gods ~ The Final Dungeon (4:36)
02 - Stunt Race FX - Special Trax (2:48)
03 - Super Mario Brothers - Medley (3:57)
04 - Super Metroid - Samus Aran's Theme ~ Galactic Warrior ~ Big Boss BGM ~ Ending (8:07)
05 - Itadaki Street - Sofie's Cavern (5:22)
06 - Dragon Quest II - Pastorale ~ Catastrophe (3:09)
07 - Uncharted Waters II - Visting the Harbors of the World ~ Close to Home (7:08)
08 - Night of the Kamai - Sequence (5:29)
09 - Night of the Kamai - Two People Return Alive (4:18)
10 - Albert Odyssey 2 - Together, In the Glory of the Legend (4:53)
11 - Final Fantasy VI - The Dream Oath 'Mario and Draco' (23:10)

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Record created/updated: 9. October 2002.
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