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SUPER TAKAHASHI

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Platforms: Family Computer, NES, TurboGrafx-16
Year: 2003
Catalog Number: WDCD-0023
Published by: Woodsoft

Number of Files: 13
Total Filesize: 69 MB
Date Added: Nov 25th, 2006
Album type: Arrangement

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1. artichoke (original) 0:24 0.34 MB get_app
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2. meet the dream (ginga ojosama densetsu yuna) 4:16 6.49 MB get_app
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3. power up bgm (star soldier) 6:21 10.28 MB get_app
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4. soldier blade medley (soldier blade) 3:11 5.48 MB get_app
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5. nectol (nectaris) 2:21 3.63 MB get_app
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6. l map normal (tengai makyo ii manji maru) 4:34 6.61 MB get_app
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7. into the super battle (super star soldier) 3:50 6.76 MB get_app
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8. stage 1 (challenger) 2:53 4.41 MB get_app
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9. area9 (gunhed) 1:58 2.90 MB get_app
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10. main theme (double dungeon) 2:03 2.99 MB get_app
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11. grames's tower (varis iii the fantasm soldier) 2:47 4.76 MB get_app
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12. bomber king's song (bomber king) 4:28 7.37 MB get_app
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13. cosmic space (tengai makyo ii manji maru) 4:44 6.97 MB get_app
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bepisvalleygranolabars

07:49 May 24th, 2024Offline

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My Rating: 8.37/10
Personal Favorites:
Meet the Dream [2], Grames's Tower [11], Bomber King's Song [12] (wait for 0:59)

Woodsoft remixes of these games are always welcome. This album in particular has some ups and downs. Some tracks are quite nice while others tend to drift further away from their source material to try more experimental stuff, which, in my opinion, tends to be weaker. Take the Star Soldier remix in track 3- the opening languishes a bit and is not that exciting but when it transfers into the Star Soldier remix itself, it's great. Some other stuff in this album just feels like it doesn't quite hit (the strumming guitar bass in track 7, for instance). Overall, solid remixes of some good game tracks, although not everything carries, but overall it is still most welcome.