Super Mario All-Stars soundtrack cover

Super Mario All-Stars soundtrack

Tunes from the SNES remakes of the following games:

  • Super Mario Bros.
  • Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels
  • Super Mario Bros. 2
  • Super Mario Bros. 3
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    51 MB · MP3 (zipped), ~160 kbps (VBR), 44.1 kHz

    Note: this is not Super Mario History: 1985-2010, the compilation CD which came with the Wii version of Super Mario All-Stars.

    Looking for the original NES versions of these soundtracks? See the Super Mario World compilation album and Super Mario Bros. 2 NES soundtrack.

    Composer: Koji Kondo

    Release date: 14 July 1993 (game)

    Length: 40m

    Source: Ripped from game

    © Nintendo


    1. Super Mario All-Stars
    2. Game Selection
    3. Super Mario Bros.
    4. Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels
    5. Ground Theme (SMB)
    6. Underground Theme (SMB / SMB3)
    7. Underwater Theme (SMB)
    8. Castle Theme (SMB)
    9. Invincible Theme
    10. Bonus (SMB)
    11. Bowser Battle (SMB)
    12. Final Bowser Battle (SMB)
    13. Ending (SMB)
    14. Super Mario Bros. 2
    15. Player Selection (SMB2)
    16. Ground Theme (SMB2)
    17. Underground Theme (SMB2)
    18. Birdo Battle (SMB2)
    19. Wart Battle (SMB2)
    20. Ending (SMB2)
    21. Super Mario Bros. 3
    22. Battle Mode (SMB3)
    23. World 1 Map (SMB3)
    1. World 2 Map (SMB3)
    2. World 3 Map (SMB3)
    3. World 4 Map (SMB3)
    4. World 5 Map (SMB3)
    5. World 5 Map (Sky) [SMB3]
    6. World 6 Map (SMB3)
    7. World 7 Map (SMB3)
    8. World 8 Map (SMB3)
    9. Warp Whistle (SMB3)
    10. Ground Theme (SMB3)
    11. Athletic Theme (SMB3)
    12. Underwater Theme (SMB3)
    13. Fortress Theme (SMB3)
    14. The King's Chamber (SMB3)
    15. Airship Theme (SMB3)
    16. Enemy Battle (SMB3)
    17. Fortress Boss (SMB3)
    18. Bowser Battle (SMB3)
    19. Toad House (SMB3)
    20. Spade Game (SMB3)
    21. Music Box (SMB3)
    22. Ending (SMB3)

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