Banjo-Kazooie Soundtrack Now Available for Purchase

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

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Banjo-Kazooie Music

The soundtrack for Banjo-Kazooie, arguably one of the best games from the Nintendo 64 era, is now available for purchase. Grant Kirkhope, who wrote the music for the game, has put up the 17-track set for purchase on his Band Camp page. The soundtrack is fairly comprehensive, including the game’s main theme, opening cinematic and music from all of the different stages. Personally, as a long-time fan of the Banjo-Kazooie franchise, I would have preferred if the soundtrack featured the different flavored themes of Gruntilda’s Lair and all the season themes of Click Clock Wood, but beggars can’t be choosers.

While on the subject of beggars, the soundtrack can be purchased at any price the buyer chooses. With a deal like that, there’s really no excuse for fans of Banjo-Kazooie, or just fans of good music in general, not to pick up this soundtrack. The entire collection can also be listened to on Kirkhope’s page for free, but it would certainly be better to throw a few bucks the composer’s way so he can keep making top quality music like this:

With the release of this soundtrack, we can only hope that a similar collection from the game’s sequel, Banjo-Tooie, is on the horizon. For now, however, this writer is perfectly content with this compilation.

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Tyler is a lifelong gamer, getting his start on the Intellivision when he was three years old. After receiving his English degree, he discovered all those jokes about getting a job in his field were true. As Head Editor with oprainfall, Tyler is able to bridge his two passions; playing and talking about video games at any given opportunity, and being a total grammar nazi the rest of the time.




  • Nintendo, I know you get this a lot. But, would it hurt for you to buy Rare back. You could hire the guys who used to work there and made it a household name and put them in charge. It’d be like golden age of the N64 all over again!

  • RichieBerry

    I don’t need to buy the soundtrack, I have it engraved in my mind forever…

  • Sniper D. Luffy

    problem is i don’t know whether i’m paying less or more for those….difficult choices….