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  1. Thanks a bunch! And yeah, they are horrible. They'd probably sound better if they weren't secondhand recordings.
  2. Trust me, they aren't. The other tracks came from games as obscure as Snow Bros to more well known games such as Super Metroid, and one was even from the Gameboy version of Megaman 2.
  3. Sorry to bump, but I really need some help. Please?
  4. If you'd like to email me, it's dynamicite AT

  5. I'm making a remake of this fan-game I found, and it has a soundtrack made out of midi's from video games. There's 11 tracks total. Here's the problem: I can't edit the original game's source so I can't just take the original Midi's from the game and use those. So, I had to track down the Midi's from vgmusic and such. But, there's two tracks I just can't figure out what they are. So, I figured, why not ask a forum dedicated to Video Game music? I've recorded the two tracks with Audaicity, so if it's not too much trouble, could someone give them a listen and see if they know what they are? Here's the first Track and The second track. I would greatly appreciate your help!
  6. Can you guys post the complete lyrics to this? I'll give you a cookie! :3
  7. Bump. Its not illegal, technically. La-Mulana is indeed freeware, therefore, the soundtrack is free to post. Now, this would be a different story altogether if he was requesting the soundtrack for the WiiWare version of La-Mulana. However, this, as of now, isn't even possible, since the WiiWare version of La-Mulana isn't even released yet, nor is its soundtrack. And, even if I'm wrong and it is, in fact, illegal to post the freeware version of La-Mulana's soundtrack, no one's even deleted the above link, and I've already used it and downloaded all the tracks. Cheers.