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Music Content: Donkey Kong Country


Donkey Kong Country Image Donkey Kong Country is a 2-D side scrolling platform video game developed by Rare, featuring the character Donkey Kong. It was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in 1994. Following an intense marketing campaign, the original SNES version sold over 8 million copies worldwide, making it the best-selling non-bundled SNES game of all time. It was the first Donkey Kong game not to be produced or directed by Shigeru Miyamoto. Instead, it was produced by Tim Stamper.

In Donkey Kong Country, Donkey Kong, together with his friend and sidekick Diddy Kong, must recover his stolen hoard of bananas from King K. Rool and the Kremlings. Upon investigating the empty "Kong's Banana Hoard", located directly underneath his home in the Kongo Jungle, Donkey Kong embarks on an adventure throughout his native Donkey Kong Island. While collecting bananas on the island's vastly different regions, Kong must defeat many enemies, including the reptilian Kremlings, and other hazardous creatures native to the island. Aiding him in his quest are some of the other Kongs: Diddy accompanies Donkey Kong on his quest, Cranky provides hints (and comic relief), Candy operates the island's save points, and Funky offers a means of transportation around the island. Also assisting Donkey Kong at times are various 'animal buddies' (Rambi the rhino, Expresso the ostrich, Enguarde the swordfish, Winky the frog, and Squawks the parrot), each with their own unique abilities. After progressing through the island's different areas, Kong ultimately arrives at a pirate ship called Gangplank Galleon, where Kong's nemesis and the leader of the Kremlings, King K. Rool, awaits with Kong's Banana Hoard. (Source: Wikipedia)

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David Wise
Eveline Fischer
Robin Beanland

Super Nintendo

November 21, 1994 (North America)
November 26, 1994 (Japan)



1. Theme
2. Simian Segue
3. DK Island Swing [2 item(s)]
4. Cranky's Theme
5. Jungle Groove
6. Cave Dweller Concert
7. Bonus Room Blitz
8. Aquatic Ambiance [2 item(s)]
9. Candy's Love Song
10. Bad Boss Boogie
11. Mine Cart Madness
12. Life in the Mines
13. Voices of the Temple
14. Forest Frenzy
15. Treetop Rock
16. Funky's Fugue
17. Misty Menace
18. Northern Hemispheres
19. Ice Cave Chant
20. Fear Factory
21. Gang-Plank Galleon
22. K. Rool's Cacophony
23. The Credits Concerto
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