Relive That Classic Nintendo Magic With 8-Bit Jazz Heroes Music

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Listening to a solid gaming sound track can put you right back into your favourite universe. Whether you are saving the princess in Hyrule, or traversing coin-invested lands with your good pal Yoshi - the memories of classic Nintendo are something to cherish. To put a more mellow spin on the tunes we love, 8-Bit Jazz Heroes has put their own style onto some of the most iconic classics with their latest album Press Start.

Metroid, Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, and more - these are just a few of the tracks available now. Each sound is mellowed out by a smooth Jazz style, making an already rich experience all the more enjoyable. For a small sample of what the album Press Start entails:

Composed by Adam Bellotto and Robby Delosier, it's the perfect way to bring in the holidays with a sweet pixelated twist. For the full track list:

1. Plumber’s Jump (Theme from Super Mario Bros.)
“Ground Theme” from “Super Mario Bros.”

2. Catch That Penguin (Slider Theme from Super Mario 64)
“Slider” from “Super Mario 64”

3. Another Water Level (Dire, Dire Docks from Super Mario 64)
“Dire, Dire Docks” from “Super Mario 64

4. Doki Doki Swing (Theme from Super Mario Bros. 2)
“Ground Theme” from “Super Mario Bros. 2

5. Bounty Hunter Bounce (Metroid Medley)
“Title Theme” from “Metroid

“Samus Aran’s Appearance Fanfare” from “Metroid”
“Brinstar” from “Metroid

6. Falling Blocks (Type A from Tetris)
“Type A” from “Tetris” / Russian Folk Song “Korobeiniki

7. Halcyon Hyrule (Title Theme from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
“Title Theme” from “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

8. Windmill’s Waltz (Song of Storms from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
“Song of Storms” from “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

9. Requiem in Forest Green (Lost Woods from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
“Lost Woods” from “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

10. It’s Dangerous to Go Alone! (Theme from The Legend of Zelda)
“Title Theme” from “The Legend of Zelda

You can check out Press Start for yourself over on the OverClocked Records website, as well as Spotify and iTunes.