Category: SNES Music

Music from the Super Nintendo Entertainment System console. Most of these are SPC-to-MP3 conversions.

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Super Mario All-Stars

by Koji Kondo A classic for anyone that had a SNES.  This was a re-release of classic NES Mario games (1, 2, and 3) with upgraded graphics and sound.  Also included was the Lost Levels, which was Super Mario Bros....

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Lagoon

by Hideki Suzuki I never finished this game, but did enjoy it when I played.  I especially loved its soundtrack – specifically Atland (the town you start in). Download Full Album – 133MB – 48khz 320kbps MP3

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Secret of Mana Soundtrack – Re-Post

by Hiroki Kikuta This is a re-post.  Despite my best efforts last conversion, I still noticed snares cutting out.  This SNES game is the only one I know of that does this.  Since I have my HT Omega Claro sound...

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Legend of the Mystical Ninja

by Kazuhiko Uehara This was a fun as well as a funny game to play.  The cut-scenes were hilarious.  The game started out fairly easy, but ramped up in difficulty very quickly.  The music is catchy and very Japanese.

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Mega Man X3 (SNES)

by Kinuyo Yamashita My favorite of the SNES-released Mega Man X series.  I especially loved Zero’s intro theme that played in the opening stage.  It pretty much let you know “Don’t mess with this guy”.

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Seiken Densetsu 3

by Hiroki Kikuta This little gem was only released in Japan.  Though it is often referred to as “Secret of Mana 2”, it is actually not a sequel according to its development team.  I have never managed to get far...

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Super Street Fighter II Soundtrack

by Yoshihiro Sakaguchi There were more versions and re-releases of Street Fighter II than I can count.  Super Street Fighter II was the one I played most.  While I was not too great at the arcade versions, I was quite...

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Donkey Kong Country

by David Wise I was wowed by the graphics of this title when I first played it.  It was by far one of the best looking games of its time.  There was plenty of quality play to back it up...

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Starfox

by Hajime Hirasawa Starfox is certainly best known for its ushering in of the 3D era for consoles with its SuperFX co-processor.  I enjoyed the game quite a bit.  I enjoyed its remake on the N64 even more.