Mario Kart Wii Platinum Soundtrack cover

Mario Kart Wii Platinum Soundtrack

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158 MB · MP3 (zipped), 320 kbps (CBR), 44.1 kHz

Composers: Asuka Ohta & Ryo Nagamatsu

Release date:
10 Apr 2008 (game)
Dec 2011 (OST)

Length: 1h 5m

Source: CD release

© Nintendo

Tracks

  1. Opening Movie
  2. Title Screen
  3. Options/License Management
  4. Main Menu
  5. Course Overview Fanfare
  6. Luigi Circuit/Mario Circuit
  7. Moo Moo Meadows
  8. Mushroom Gorge
  9. Toad's Factory
  10. Coconut Mall
  11. DK's Snowboard Cross
  12. Wario's Gold Mine
  13. Daisy Circuit
  14. Koopa Cape
  15. Maple Treeway
  16. Grumble Volcano
  17. Dry Dry Ruins
  18. Moonview Highway
  19. Bowser's Castle
  20. Rainbow Road
  21. 1st Place Fanfare (Grand Prix & VS)
  22. High Placement Fanfare (Grand Prix & VS)
  1. High Placement Results (Grand Prix & VS)
  2. Low Placement Fanfare (Grand Prix & VS)
  3. Low Placement Results
  4. Block Plaza
  5. Delfino Pier
  6. Funky Stadium
  7. Chain Chomp Roulette
  8. Thwomp Desert
  9. 1st Place in Team (Battle) / New Record (Time Trial) Fanfare
  10. Team Victory (Battle) / Record (Time Trial) Fanfare
  11. Draw Fanfare
  12. Team Victory (Battle) / Record (Time Trial) Results
  13. Team Defeat (Battle) / No Record (Time Trial) Fanfare
  14. Team Defeat (Battle) / No Record (Time Trial) Results
  15. Mario Kart Channel Menu
  16. Records
  17. Wi-Fi Menu
  18. Wi-Fi Match/Ghost Replay
  19. Award Ceremony
  20. Staff Credits A
  21. Staff Credits B

How to open files after downloading

Windows instructions:
Finding zip file
1. Find zip file
Head to your Downloads folder and look for the zip file.
Extracting zip file
2. Extract zip file
Right-click the file and choose 'Extract All', then 'Extract'.
Viewing mp3 files
3. Listen!
The song files will appear in a folder. You can delete the original zip file now.
Android instructions:
WinZip icon
You'll need an app like this one to extract files on Android.
WinZip menu
2. Find zip file
Open WinZip, then look for the zip file in a folder called 'Downloads'.
Extracting in WinZip
3. Extract zip file
Tap the empty circle next to the file, then choose 'Unzip'.
Choosing save location in WinZip
4. Choose save location
Go back to 'Downloads', then tap 'Unzip Here' to save the song files.
Viewing album in music player
5. Listen!
The album should appear in your music app. If not, see if the app has an option to add files. You can delete the original zip now.