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Old Jul 14, 2008, 08:57 PM
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The artist search is pretty cool, because I can just punch in one or two Kanji that I recognize in a name and find that, hey, he's already in the database. Seiji Kameda and Kisow Yamanaka are the mystery arrangers for this album.
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Old Jul 15, 2008, 03:25 AM
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Yeah, that's definitely something it's useful for. I was able to pull all the artists out of the L no Kisetsu booklet by doing just that (of course, as it turned out, most of them were names I should already have memorized.)
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Old Nov 21, 2009, 11:19 AM
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Here's the medley breakdowns (thank God for NSF files):


MEDLEY 1
Donkey Kong / 0:00 - 2:17
Donkey Kong Jr. / 2:18 - 2:49
Donkey Kong 3 / 2:50 - 3:40
Donkey Kong / 3:41 - 4:51


MEDLEY 2
Wild Gunman / 0:00 - 1:31
Duck Hunt / 1:32 - 2:41
Hogan's Alley / 2:42 - 3:45


MEDLEY 3
Mario Bros. / 0:00 - 0:15
Super Mario Bros. / 0:16 - 2:52
Super Mario Bros. / 3 2:53 - 3:57
Super Mario Bros. / 3:58 - 5:07


MEDLEY 4
Devil World / 0:00 - 1:07
Urban Champion / 1:08 - 1:42
Clu Clu Land / 1:43 - 3:38
Ice Climber / 3:39 - 4:16
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Old Nov 22, 2009, 03:00 AM
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Nice investigation work Jodo.
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I've unlinked Ryoji Yoshitomi until we have further confirmation about what his involvement was in this album.
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Why does Donkey Kong Country and DKC3 were added to product section field?
This CD was released in 1990, DKC in 1994
You probably have mismatched the famicom DK & DK3 with Super Famicom counterpart.
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I just recently picked up this album for 6,300 yen, mint with obi. At the same time I won the auction on YJA, both listings on Amazon Japan were sold or removed. I found that curious.

I had initially bought this album more than a decade ago for $200 on ebay. I was the first in this community to obtain it (if anyone else had it, they were silent). I of course had to sell it because the price was sickeningly high, but now I can keep it because it's not too expensive (plus it's in much better condition than the one I paid $200 for). The same seller had Suite Yuuyuuki listed, so I grabbed that one, also around 6,300 yen. That's far, far cheaper than the current prices on Amazon Japan. There are so many great deals these days. It's just shocking to be able to get some of these albums for less than $100. One must keep in mind that I was indoctrinated to this hobby in the time of ebay's ultra high prices (where just about any old game music album went for $100+).
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