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Customer Reviews


People please SHUT UP about this album not having your favorite song!!
Maybe if this album sales great they may make a, I don't know ,a sequel to this one! Besides this album has some great themes on it, a must buy if you love video game themes.

Buy it - even if you don't love video games

Wonderful orchestration and beautiful music. I am a fan of many of the games featured on the album, but find myself getting lost in the complex orchestrations of songs that were originally written and performed on 8-bit Nintendo synthesizers.

Give this album a quick listen and you will love the music - even if you don't love the games.


I'm at a lost for words *seriously* this album iz freakin awesoooome!!!!!! Omg i can't believe it! They finally made a perfect album with most of my favorite video game themes but better! I would seriously give 10 stars! Hands down :)


Formed: October 7, 1932 in London, England

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The London Philharmonic Orchestra, one of the central institutions of the busy London concert scene, has long been recognized as one of the world's great ensembles, an assertion borne out by continued acclaim from audiences and critics alike. When the venerable Royal Philharmonic Society faced a financial crisis in the late 1920s, Sir Thomas Beecham proposed a plan to form a permanent orchestra for the first time in the Society's 115-year history. It was proposed that the ensemble, to be called...
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