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Various - 1080° Snowboarding Original Soundtrack album

Various - 1080° Snowboarding Original Soundtrack album Performer: Various
Title: 1080° Snowboarding Original Soundtrack
Style: Breakbeat, House, Breaks, Drum n Bass
Date of release: 1998
Country: Japan
Size MP3: 1566 mb
Size FLAC: 1536 mb
Rating: 4.9

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1080° Snowboarding is a snowboard racing video game developed by Nintendo EAD and published by Nintendo. It was released in 1998 for the Nintendo 64, and was re-released in 2008 for the Wii's Virtual Console. In the game, the player controls one of five snowboarders from a third-person perspective, using a combination of buttons to jump and perform tricks over eight levels.

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Commercial (CD) published by Pony Canyon on May 20, 1998 containing original soundtrack from 1080° Snowboarding with compositions by Kenta "gon" Nagata performed by Wataru Yamaguchi, Michiko Yomo. 7th album in the Nintendo 64 Sound Series. music composed: Kenta "gon" Nagata (Nintendo) M01, M06, M15 Lyrics & Vocal: Wataru Yamaguchi (Nintendo). mastering: Yuiko Mizogami (Pony Canyon).

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Soundtrack of the popular Nintendo 64 game: 1080° Snowboarding.


Vacant Lives
Work Your Body
This Is A Test
Golden Forest
Grasp Power!
Blue Flame
Call Me
Half Pipe
Give It To Me
Vacant Lives (1080° Mix)
White Out


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PCCG-00454 Various 1080° Snowboarding Original Soundtrack ‎(CD) Pony Canyon Inc. PCCG-00454 Japan 1998
none Kenta "Gon" Nagata* 1080° Snowboarding Original Sound Track ‎(CD, Comp, Promo) Nintendo none US 1998

User reviews
This is an under-rated soundtrack. It's probably my favourite videogame soundtrack, and I don't think a lot of people have it. The first track has this 4/4 beat with like, 80's sounding drums, and what seems to sound like an electric guitar, however scince this was preformed on the N64 it sounded different, in a better way. The second track has James Brown's "Funky Drummer" beat to it, with nice hip-hop bass lines, along with some vocals that add a nice touch. The third track is this hardcore dance track with tons of bass bouncing all over the place, it has some female vocals that completly make it real! Track 5 through 8 are these guitar songs like track 1, track six having distorted Japanese vocals that I really don't like, ruining the already-not-so-good song. Track 8 is good, the vocals in it have a bunch of voices saying things that you would say on a telephone. Track 9 is a super hot drum n bass beat lasting a little less than two minutes. Track 10 and 11 is kind of more 'chilled out' than the other tracks. Track 13 is very good, it has an exelent sharp drum beat with a very exelent drum pattern, perfect samples and perfect pattterns that mixed... Well, perfectly together. Track 15 is a mix of the tracks "Vacant Lives" and "Half Pipe" which makes a pretty good mix, however, sometimes at the end of a measure the snare drum sample will rush way too fast and out of context, sorta making it nasty, but it only happens a few times throughout the song. This is a good one. Track 16 is just like 13, that is, with perfect samples and patterns, drum n bass style. Track 17 is stupid, it's just random notes and drum hits going really fast for 36 seconds. It sounds like Venetain Snares, but just completly random, making it not worth having on this CD.