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Super Mario 64: Original soundtrack

Game info

Name: Super Mario 64
Characteristics: Action, Adventure, 1st-Person Perspective, Platform, Anime / Manga, Flight, Puzzle-Solving, Real-Time, Licensed Title
Publishers: Nintendo, NOA, Nintendo Japan
Developer: Nintendo
Original/port composer: Koji Kondo
Nintendo 64 (16 Dec 1996) - United States
Nintendo 64 (01 Mar 1997) - Europe
Nintendo 64 (18 Jul 1997) - Japan

Music info

Released: 19 Jul 1996
Related Plaform: Nintendo 64
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Koji Kondo
Info Source: synSONIQ Records
Music type: Original soundtrack
Num of tunes: 36
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: 2488-2-1
Play time: 50:53

User reviews

  • "A brilliant soundtrack for one of the most brilliants games of the history" (by Juandi Spain, 21 Feb 2004) [8/10]
    I have excelents remembers of this game, and I love music from Video Games... One more time, the great Koji Kondo compossed agreat music for a Mario game: the main theme, that today is known and remembered by everyone thatplayed the game, the mithic "heavy metal" song of the battles with bowser, the precious tune of the game's end, very properly for the end of a game so great how was Mario 64, the game that taught me that real 3D in a videogame not have to be impossible of playing... Today yet, I have these songs very present in my mind.
    PD: Sorry if you have problems for read my comentary, but I'm spanish and I'm not really good at English...

  • "Annoying" (by Anorak99, 24 May 2006) [3/10]
    The game was great to play and, I have to say, the music was very fitting on the most part. Still, there is obviously a massive void here which separates Kondo's score from the likes of other composers for the series (ie Motoi Sakuraba for Mario Tennis), and that is how annoyingly melodic they are.

    Fair enough, the man brought us the immensely popular Mario Overworld theme, but when Nintendo moved on to the Nintendo 64, the new sound capacity should have meant the Kondo should have raised his game a little. Any bass development in this soundtrack is merely that of a drum rhythm shift, or even worse, of an annoying synth trumpet.

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Facts / description

The original soundtrack from the first game for the Nintendo 64 System "Super Mario 64".

From: http://www.synsoniq.com/productdetails.php?partner=13&pid=29&langchange=2


1. It's A Me, Mario!
2. Overture
3. Kuchen Symphonie
4. Lakitus Luftritt
5. It's A Me - Die Melodie
6. Country Ride Rollercoaster
7. Treppenhaus Terzett
8. Schicksals Serenade
9. Aqua Arie
10. Nirvana Italiana
11. Bibber Berg Blues
12. Hymnus Spukius
13. Rummelplatz Ringelpiez
14. Grüner Grotten Groove
15. Piranha Wiegenlied
16. Flug Frottola
17. Marioraver
18. Mario Optionato
19. Schatztruhen Lamento
20. Chanson De Toad
21. Stern Song
22. Hatz Hallali
23. Sternfänger Spiritual
24. Start Chanson
25. Here We Go!
26. Game Over Gospel
27. Schicksals Signal
28. Bowser Boogie
29. Bowser Woogie
30. Kampf Kantate
31. Schlüssel Schamützel
32. Regenbogen Roll
33. Sieges Symphonie
34. Finale Grande
35. Kuchen Kanzonette
36. Piranha Pillepalle

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