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These are all tunes that have been reviewed by me (Mirsoft). If you want to see the best tunes according my rating, click here. Btw., I'll be really happy if you will add some reviews to music records, if you have different opinion than me, or if you see your favourite album is not reviewed yet. The reviews don't have to be long, it's enough if they will be as long as mine. Just click Add your review and follow the few steps there.

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Jaguar XJ220: Game rip [6/10] [1992]
Very veriable tracks, some are cool fast soft-techno tunes, some else are not very interesting soul ones. Overall, soft and smooth soundtrack above average.

James Pond 2: Codename: Robocod: Game rip [9/10] [1991]
Maybe you know those happy childish tunes in great tracked composition on Amiga - then you will really enjoy these CD tunes, which are ripped from CD32 version. They are a better than the tracked ones, so it's really must have for jump'n'run tune fans! :)

Jeff Wayne's The War of the Worlds: Game rip (Win) [9/10] [1981]
Great tunes! They are concepted on original Jeff Wayne's soundtrack, but they are enhanced a lot, made faster and more fresh. Result is really cool!

Jet Force Gemini: Game rip (N64) [7/10] [10 Nov 1999]
Movie-like action tunes. Maybe there should be a bit more ideas sometimes, and the quality is also a bit lower because of Nintendo 64 sound chip, but the tunes are anyway still quite good, listenable and have especially lot of action.

Jet Set Miner Willy: Game rip (Dos) [1999] Music Download Info
You remember this Spectrum classic jump'n'run game? Well, and this is great "chippy" remake tune which was done by Matt Simmonds (former 4-MAT from Anarchy) and used in the JetSet Willy PC remake. See that great classic feeling in it? And as a bonus, there are included also beepy tunes from Spectrum and other 8-bits, and the file was slightly modified to be playable properly under WinAmp & Stuff, there is around 30 minutes of music inside! :)

Jochen Hippel: Give it a Try [7/10] [01 Dec 1990] THCD1
Nice soundtrack with various motives from various games. Maybe it suffers on a bit lag of quality (it's from 1990!), but still it's very good music from great game musician Jochen Hippel.

Johnny Bazookatone: Game rip [8/10] [Jan 1996]
Very original and long soundtrack. You can see jazz feel in the tunes, but they are very well done and have many ideas. And I have to mention that this jump'n'run game has almost one hour of original tunes, wow!

Jumping Flash 2: Game rip (PS1) [8/10] [26 Apr 1996]
Great happy jump'n'run tunes. Cool childish melodies, many ideas really nice soundtrack.

Jumping Flash 2: Original soundtrack (PS1) [9/10] [02 May 1996] ARCJ-36
Tunes to jump'n'run game, which are very strong on ideas and cool fast rhythmic feel. Very long and different soundtrack!

Jurassic Park 2: The Lost World: Original soundtrack [9/10] [01 Apr 1998] SID-8803
This is soundtrack as it has to be! It's very similar to movie soundtracks, but comparing to them you can be very suprised with variety of themes. Almost no one track is the same, and everyone has great feeling and athmosphere. In one word - surprisingly great!

Jurassic Park: Game rip [6/10] [30 Jul 1993]
Slow, simple action tunes. Nothing that you couldn't live without, but quite listenable.

Jutland: Game rip (Dos) [8/10] [1993]
Imagine yourself travelling on some ship to the far worlds.. :) Only 4 short tunes, but they're very nice and different.

Keio's Flying Squadron: Game rip (Sega CD) [9/10]
Great action track with awesome (eastern) melodies and ideas. Really big surprise comes sometimes from that Sega CD games! :)

Kileak the Blood: Game rip (PS1) [9/10]
Only one tune, but nice. It is movie-like intro of the game, it's a pity I know only this one, there are sure more in-game tunes and can be cool too.

Kingdom Under Fire: Game rip (Win) [8/10] [17 Jan 2001]
Very exotic and very good soundtrack. You will explore various music styles from classic mediaval melodic sounds to strange ethnic tunes. Originality, this is thing that this soundtrack really does not miss.

KKND 2: Krossfire: Game rip (Win) [9/10] [1998]
Great action techno tracks, a bit in Command & Conquer style, but they are mostly less ambient, more powerful and have often more ideas! Great soundtrack!

Klonoa 2: Game rip [5/10] [24 Jul 2001]
Fast crazy and looong jump'n'run soundtrack. It's not bad, but it haven't offered me a lot of new. I like crazy tunes, but most of these seemed to me a bit without anything interesting.

Knights & Merchants: Game rip [7/10] [1998]
Cool medieval tracks, sometimes a bit too "simple" and overplayed, but nice.

Koei Best of the Best ~ True Nobunaga Legend 2 [7/10] [25 Mar 1995] KECH-1083
Very nice and original soundtrack full of slow adventurous melodies. Unfortunately, sometimes is so slow that it comes a bit boring..

Konung: Legends of the North: Game rip (Win) [8/10] [2000]
Nice slow melodic tunes. Maybe they should be longer, but they're still very nice. :)

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