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Chapter 1: The Return of Palutena

Here's something I don't think we've ever done, an all Nintendo release!

First up is the Donkey Kong Returns Original Sound Track with music from Minako Hamano, Masaru Tajima, Shinji Ushiroda, and Daisuke Matsuoka. Next is the Mario Kart Wii Platinum Soundtrack composed by Asuka Ohta and Ryo Nagamatsu. We follow this up with the Pilotwings Resort Platinum Soundtrack by Asuka Ito. After that is the highly anticipated Shin Hikari Shinwa Palutena no Kagami Original Soundtrack featuring the music of Motoi Sakuraba, Yuzo Koshiro, Masafumi Takada, Noriyuki Iwadare, Takahiro Nishi, and Yasunori Mitsuda. Finally, it's the Star Fox 64 3D Platinum Soundtrack featuring the classic tunes of Koji Kondo, Hajime Wakai and new music from Satomi Terui.

Donkey Kong Returns Original Sound Track
Mario Kart Wii Platinum Soundtrack
Pilotwings Resort Platinum Soundtrack
Shin Hikari Shinwa Palutena no Kagami Original Soundtrack
Star Fox 64 3D Platinum Soundtrack

posted by Msia on 02 September

comments

comment #1

... :)

comment posted by MalaiseDivinity on 03 September

comment #2

Awesome. I had no idea an Mario Kart Wii and StarFox 64 OST even existed. Glad for the complete Kid Icarus soundtrack too.

comment posted by Arla on 03 September

comment #3

thanks

comment posted by __ on 03 September

comment #4

Awesome release, Thanks!

comment posted by bluegato on 03 September

comment #5

great job...as usual!
thanx a lot!

comment posted by mikachu on 03 September

comment #6

no FFXI chips album = huge bummer. was looking forward to this release solely on the hope that you guys would have it ;A;

oh well, this is still awesome, haven't played kid icarus but I've heard it has a great soundtrack so imma grab that.

comment posted by wohdin on 03 September

comment #7

NintenDO what Sega DON'T!

And I'm already sorry I said that.

Thanks for sharing.

comment posted by Music_Bastard on 03 September

comment #8

Amazing! Thanks for this :D
I thought Kenji Yamamoto also composed tunes for DCKR...

comment posted by J on 03 September

comment #9

Holy crap, even without Genesis, holy crap fantastic release.

comment posted by wvlfpvp on 03 September

comment #10

J: He's listed in the game credits as a music supervisor but not an actual composer. It's captured in the album's NFO file.

comment posted by Msia on 04 September

comment #11

nice collection. thank you for sharing!

comment posted by lsl7994 on 04 September

comment #12

Thank you for the glorious tunes gamemp3 crew.

Classics that will make a good end to a hot summer!

comment posted by Crusader Moron on 04 September

comment #13

thanks~

comment posted by twomix on 04 September

comment #14

Great release guys!! Thanks for keeping the tapes rolling!

comment posted by Ziphakiel on 05 September

comment #15

I love you guys! I found this website here about two weeks ago and I have to say I love the comprehensiveness of all the OST's you guys have on here. Bravo!

comment posted by lordrand11 on 07 September

comment #16

This site definitely emphasizes quality (of the release process, I mean, not necessarily the music itself) over quantity. I have no complaints, but comprehensiveness is the glaring weakpoint if there is one. People share what they like and don't just buy things because they feel obligated to, leading to situations where volume 1 of a soundtrack is here but not volume 2. And of course certain genres are underrepresented, mostly ones that people who like Japanese things aren't as interested in.

Biggest compliment you could give the people of this site: most of my music isn't from gamemp3s, but whenever gamemp3s releases something I already have, I always replace what I have with the new release. :)

comment posted by KJ on 13 September

comment #17

Thank you! I love Kid Icarus Uprising's soundtrack!

comment posted by sfried on 18 September

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