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Batman - Stage 1
2:27
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Contra - Alien's Lair & Boss Music
2:55
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Double Dragon III - Egypt
1:57
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Ducktails - Moon
1:39
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Metroid - Kraid's Lair
2:41
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Air Fortress - not fat iced caramel hazlenut soy latte with extra whipped cream
2:28
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Bomberman 2 - Wiggy
1:47
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Castelvania - Intro + Stage 1
1:28
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Solar Jetman - Braveheart Level
2:48
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Goonies 2 - Wiseman
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Double Dragon II - Mission 5; Forest of Death
2:24
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Castlevania III - Boss Music
3:55
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Megaman II - Stage Select + Metal Man
2:04
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Castlevania II - Woods
1:22
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Guardian Legend - Corridor 1
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Wizards & Warriors - Tree Trunk
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 36:15

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Purely Awesome

TruckMeHarder

I stumbled upon The Advantages while perusing Pandora without my ipod handy, and decided I HAD to have this album! Many of these tunes will sound familiar to older gamers and new enthusiasts alike. A great listen, with a lot of energy and humor.Well-executed music. Don't download if you are annoyed by video-game music or instrumental/ambient music!

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The 13 Greatest Ghost Songs of All Time

By Mike McGonigal, Contributor

It's Halloween, which is the best holiday out of all the holidays that don't involve presents. On Halloween, everyone pretends to be afraid of ghosts, which are generally thought to be the spirits of dead people who, for some reason or another, are caught in between worlds. I'm not sure I believe in ghosts. It's probably all the Scooby Doo episodes I watched as a kid; ghosts were never real, but rather just Old Mr. Thompson… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Thankfully absent of any obvious upgrading puns or next-level system geek-speak, the Advantage return with a second happy helping of what they do best, and do so well: deliver no-frills game themes nearly free of electronic keyboard or sampler trickery in an earnest math rock manner. Technically, the band is near perfect yet again in its execution of the tunes: hitting all of the right nuances and melodies of the original compositions in all of the right places without being too precious or gimmicky about the whole concept. This time around, however, the band has chosen several more obscure pieces to re-create which aren’t as instantly identifiable to those who didn’t spend endless hours toiling away in front the Nintendo eight-bit system. But for those who did, most of these will ring bells and bring back long-suppressed memories and more than a passing smile, listen after pleasurable listen. And even though there are 16 tracks here, it still seems painfully too short, as there’s just so much more fertile ground to tread. – Rob Theakston

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