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SUPER MARIO GALAXY ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK

スーパーマリオギャラクシーサウンドトラック
Catalog Number CN-P079
Release Date Jan 31, 2008
Publish Format Commercial, Promo/Gift/Reward
Release Price Not for Sale (Japan)
Media Format CD
Classification Original Soundtrack
PublisherNintendo / /

Credits

Music / Mahito Yokota / , Koji Kondo /
Original Music / Koji Kondo /
Arranger / Mahito Yokota /
Orchestra Arranger / Mahito Yokota /
Performer / Mario Galaxy Orchestra /
Conductor / Koji Haishima /
Recording Studio / SOUND INN
Commentary / Mahito Yokota /
Liner Notes / Mahito Yokota /

Disc 1

01 Overture 1:23
02 The Star Festival 1:29
03 Attack of the Airships 1:19
04 Catastrophe 0:54
05 Peach's Castle Stolen 0:32
06 Enter the Galaxy 1:25
07 Egg Planet 2:41
08 Rosalina in the Observatory 1 2:27
09 The Honeyhive 2:37
10 Space Junk Road 3:21
11 Battlerock Galaxy 3:20
12 Beach Bowl Galaxy 2:21
13 Rosalina in the Observatory 2 2:24
14 Enter Bowser Jr.! 2:54
15 Waltz of the Boos 2:52
16 Buoy Base Galaxy 3:11
17 Gusty Garden Galaxy 3:44
18 Rosalina in the Observatory 3 2:44
19 King Bowser 3:14
20 Melty Molten Galaxy 4:08
21 The Galaxy Reactor 2:27
22 Final Battle with Bowser 2:25
23 Daybreak - A New Dawn 0:56
24 Birth 1:56
25 Super Mario Galaxy 4:03
26 Purple Comet 3:02
27 Blue Sky Athletic 1:10
28 Super Mario 2007 2:19
Disc length 67:18

 

Notes

1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9~12, 14~17, 19~26
Music: Mahito Yokota

7, 8, 13, 18
Music: Koji Kondo

3, 27, 28
Original Composer: Koji Kondo
Arranger: Mahito Yokota


Orchestra Arranger: Mahito Yokota
Performer: Mario Galaxy Orchestra
Conductor: Koji Haishima*
Recorded at SOUND INN*
Recorded on August 23, 2007

* Not credited in the booklet, but appears in the official "Gusty Garden" recording video.

Album Stats

Contained in 49 collections
Contained in 6 wish lists
Category
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Platforms represented
Nintendo Wii

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