Album: Donkey Kong Country: Kong in Concert

A free arrange album, published by OverClocked ReMix on 2004-09-12

Featuring the music of...

Donkey Kong Country

Game: Donkey Kong Country

  • Catalog Number: OCRA-0002
  • Published: 2004-09-12 by OverClocked ReMix
  • Media: Digital Release (2 discs, 22 tracks)


Disc 1

1. Godiva in the Desert (Theme) 3:52
2. Swing, Monkey, Swing (Simian Segue) 3:26
3. West Coast DK Island (DK Island Swing) 4:01
4. Rest and (Re)spite on a Soft Summer Night (Cranky's Theme) 1:55
5. Cry of the Chasmal Critter Chain (Cave Dweller Concert) 4:57
6. One Zero One (Bonus Room Blitz) 3:51
7. Beneath the Surface (Aquatic Ambiance) 6:20
8. Funky Monkey Love (Candy's Love Song) 4:39
9. Boiling Point (Bad Boss Boogie) 1:48
10. Mine Cart Misadventure (Mine Cart Madness) 6:00
11. Echoes (Life in the Mines) 3:49

Disc 2

1. Idols of Hanuman (Voices of the Temple) 2:40
2. Faunaphonic (Forest Frenzy) 2:45
3. Arboreal Ascent (Treetop Rock) 3:26
4. Aerofunknamics (Funky's Fugue) 3:28
5. Clouded Mind and Ringing Ears (Misty Menace) 3:48
6. Chekan Winter (Northern Hemispheres) 6:52
7. dolilop do wop (Ice Cave Chant) 3:13
8. Machina Anesthesia (Fear Factory) 4:54
9. Pirate Prelude (Gang-Plank Galleon Pt 1) 0:42
10. Thrash the Plank (Gang-Plank Galleon Pt 2) 3:30
11. Rare Reminiscence (The Credits Concerto) 7:29

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Latest 15 comments/reviews; view the complete thread or post your own.
on 2021-09-01 04:03:08

I downloaded Kong in Concert nearly 20 years ago when I was in college, and it has never left my music library since. I put it on in the background during a game night a while back, and it caught people's ear to the point where they'd just stop what they were doing and listen. I even used it as test material to try out a rebuilt cassette deck... I'm now close to wearing out that tape.

This is the first full album collab I really got into from OC ReMix, and it's still a joy to listen to. Thanks to everyone who made this possible. The only way this could be better is if there was a hi-res lossless version available.

on 2020-10-10 13:06:15

So Digital Coma was delighted that the album still had fans in 2016? It still has fans in 2020.

I really wanted to try and celebrate this early milestone achievement of OCR and so, as part of a retrospective Youtube series I'm working on, here is a short video review / retrospective

A Friend Remembers: Kong in Concert

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Clem Fandango
on 2020-05-22 15:41:35

This album still brings me delight more than 15 years later and I just wanted to say thank you and well done to all of the fine people who were a part of it. It makes me feel nostalgia not only for the days when my cousin and I would stuff a towel underneath the door so that his parents wouldn't see we were up late playing Donkey Kong Country (or other SNES games of the era) in the dark, but also for when this and other early OCR albums were my "get stuff done" music.

Digital Coma
on 2016-01-14 21:31:15

Hi all,

This is Digital Coma, the "director" or organizer for this album. It's been more than a decade since I was last involved in OCR and Kong in Concert feels like a lifetime ago, but I thought I'd drop by and say a few words after all these years.

It's pretty neat to see that KiC still has an audience almost 12 years on. Looking back, it's safe to say that I didn't always know what I was doing with what was to be the follow up to OCR's very first remix album. We did things on the fly, we struggled to put together a team, and there were plenty of mistakes made along the way. But what started out as a small summer side project with no lack of naysayers and haters ended up a surprisingly big hit, and in the end we had a solid homage album whose impact in the community I'm happy to see continues today.

I won't say much more since I like that there's some legend surrounding how everything came together. But I do want to give thanks to everyone who's enjoyed the music over the years, and a special thanks to the remixers, djp, and OCR for making it all possible. :)


Cody Wedel
on 2012-12-10 02:57:05

I'm practically 100% certain that I downloaded the album first and deliberately avoided the mixposts (having had the album), but right now I checked out 3 of the mixposts (Caves, Funky, Gangplank Galleon) and they're definitely the ones I'm familiar with.

I'm still fairly certain didn't download the mixposts, and I deliberately remember individually saving each mp3 from the KiC website. Maybe I'm trippin', who knows? In any case I like these transitions so it doesn't really matter :)

on 2012-12-09 15:32:23

Cody, the tracks weren't updated, you were probably just listening to the non-gapless playback mixpost versions of those songs. The ones on the album are crossfaded at certain points.

Cody Wedel
on 2012-12-09 02:04:59

I redownloaded the album (each track individually from for the first time in 6 years, having experienced a hard drive wipe recently.

I noticed some tracks are different than they were back in 2006. For example, Cry of the Chasmal Critter Chain begins with strings, bells and piano in the opening and I'm literally 100% sure it wasn't like that before. When were these updated?

Also, phenominal album. On Disc 1 I'm particularly fond of West Coast DK Island, Cry of the Chasmal Critter Chain, Rest Respite and Beneath the Surface, and I really love Disc 2's Clouded Mind and Ringing Ears Rare Reminiscence. These are just highlights though--I love the album as a whole. Really solid stuff.

Edit: holy shit, listening to Funky Monkey Love for the first time in years is AWESOME. Sounds different too.

The Monster Is Confused.
on 2012-12-01 22:50:52

This is my favorite Remix compilation far. I work in vibration control and loud speaker manufacturing for High End 2 channel. This is my reference CD. I am blown away by how great this soundtrack came out. I was not expecting this after listening to some of the other sound tracks. Thank You! This is the best of the best in terms of fidelity and composition!

on 2011-04-05 03:07:40

Hey so why isn't there an MP3 download option? I don't have the download limit to get the flac versions.. Can we get an MP3 download option?

on 2010-08-16 09:46:25

Addicted in Beneath The Surface!

on 2010-05-24 18:34:56


Best Mortal Kombat theme remix EVER!

Giga Bowser
on 2010-04-08 11:15:01

What happened to the director of this album? is digital coma truly banned!!! V_V for what reason I'd like to know, I'm really shocked after all if it wasn't for this wonderful album I wouldn't have been here today especially at its time when I was searching for dk remixes.

anyway if anyone knows what happened to him please let me know I wanted to contact him.

Geoffrey Taucer
on 2009-12-23 11:04:25
Also, I cannot wait for the DKC2 album (if there is to be one). I personally favour its soundtrack over DKC's, buuut that might be just me. Either way, looking forward to it fo sho.

It is in the works and should be released within the next month or two.

Jack Polo
on 2009-12-20 21:36:17

This album was my first official download off of OCR. I remember how awesome it was, strutting around my school the next day blasting Aerofunknamics, Chekan Winter, West Coast DK Island... hell, each track is terrific.

Also, I cannot wait for the DKC2 album (if there is to be one). I personally favour its soundtrack over DKC's, buuut that might be just me. Either way, looking forward to it fo sho.

on 2009-11-02 20:04:15

Oh goodness. I started listening to this again the other day. This album is a hallmark of quality, from start to finish. There are so many stand out tracks on this album, that it's essentially futile to point out each one. The whole album is great! I love it. I'm totally stoked about the upcoming DKC2 album.