Today is the 19th anniversary of the release of Super Metroid, and Joypad Records has released the Super Metroid Symphony (http://www NULL.metroidorchestra NULL.com/). Originally composed by Kenji Yamamoto and Minako Hamano, the soundtrack has been rearranged by the Blake Robinson Synthetic Orchestra. There are 30 tracks in all with a one-hour playing time.
The album is available for purchase now via Loudr (http://blake NULL.so/supermetroid) and iTunes (http://blake NULL.so/supermetroiditunes), and previews of each track are available on the Super Metroid Symphony (http://www NULL.metroidorchestra NULL.com/) web site. Joypad Records also released a trailer for the album, linked below.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’ll be listening to the prologue on repeat for the rest of the night.
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