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{{Infobox Song
 
{{Infobox Song
| Title      = Invincible BGM
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| Title      = Invincible BGM
| Composer    = [[Koji Kondo]]
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| Composer    = {{Composer|Koji Kondo}}
| Released    = 1985-09-13
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| Released    = 1985-09-13
| TitleOrigin = Official
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| TitleOrigin = Official
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| Loops      = Yes
 
}}
 
}}
  
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The title comes from the [[Famicom 20th Anniversary Original Sound Tracks Vol.1]] album.
 
The title comes from the [[Famicom 20th Anniversary Original Sound Tracks Vol.1]] album.
  
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Listeners have compared the song with the main riff and chord progression of ''What's the Buzz?'' by [[Andrew Lloyd Webber]] (from the ''Jesus Christ Superstar'').
  
 
==Games==
 
==Games==
{{Table Song
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===Super Mario Bros. (NES)===
| Caption01 = Released
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{{Infobox SubSong
| Caption02 = Game
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| Platform  = NES
| Caption03 = Arranger
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| Game      = Super Mario Bros. (NES)
| Caption04 = Length
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| Recording  = {{Recording|NES|04 - Super Mario Bros. - NES - Invincible BGM.ogg}}{{Recording|NES|14 - Super Mario Bros. - NES - Invincible BGM (Hurry Up!).ogg}}
| Caption05 = Format
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| Image      = Super Mario Bros. - NES - Invincible.png
| Caption06 = Listen
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| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Koji Kondo}}
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| Released  = 1985-09-13
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| Length    = 0:03, 0:02
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| Format    = [[NSF]]
 
}}
 
}}
| 1985-09-13
 
| [[Super Mario Bros. (NES)]]
 
| [[Unknown]]
 
| 0:03
 
| [[NSF]]
 
| {{Song-Box|04 - Super Mario Bros. - NES - Invincible BGM.ogg}}
 
|-
 
| 1985-09-13
 
| [[Super Mario Bros. (NES)]] (Hurry Up! Version)
 
| [[Unknown]]
 
| 0:02
 
| [[NSF]]
 
| {{Song-Box|14 - Super Mario Bros. - NES - Invincible BGM (Hurry Up!).ogg}}
 
|}
 
  
==Super Mario Bros. (NES)==
 
{{SongScreenshot|Super Mario Bros. - NES - Invincible.png|right}}
 
 
This song plays very rapidly, and sounds really crazy when you're running out of time. Both versions of the song loop.
 
This song plays very rapidly, and sounds really crazy when you're running out of time. Both versions of the song loop.
 
  
 
====Sheet Music====
 
====Sheet Music====
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| File02 = Super Mario Bros. - NES - Fanfares - Sheet.png
 
| File02 = Super Mario Bros. - NES - Fanfares - Sheet.png
 
| Desc02 = Variant 2
 
| Desc02 = Variant 2
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}}<br clear="all" />
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===Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES)===
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{{Infobox SubSong
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| Platform  = NES
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| Game      = Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES)
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| Recording  = {{Recording|NES|05 - Super Mario Bros. 2 - NES - Invincible.ogg}}
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| Image      = Super Mario Bros. 2 - NES - Invincible.png
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| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Koji Kondo}}
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| Released  = 1988-10-??
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| Length    = 0:03.212
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| Format    = [[NSF]]
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}}
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Koji Kondo remixed the Invincible music for Super Mario Bros. 2 with a nice percussion on the PCM channel.
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The game's [[Game Sound Museum ~Famicom Edition~ S-3 Mario Bros. / Super Mario USA|official soundtrack]] uses the title "無敵 (Muteki)" which means "Invincible," but doesn't use the BGM suffix.
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The song is track 5 in the NSF file.<br clear="all" />
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===Syobon Action (W32)===
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{{Infobox SubSong
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| Platform  = W32
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| Game      = Syobon Action (W32)
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| Recording  = {{Recording|PCM|04 - Syobon Action - W32 - Invincible BGM.ogg}}
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| Image      = Syobon Action - W32 - Invincible.png
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| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Unknown}}
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| Released  = 2007-??-??
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| Length    = 0:03
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| Format    = [[MP3]]
 
}}
 
}}
  
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The Syobon Action version is just recorded to MP3 song from the [[Super Mario Bros. (NES)]] with bad sound quality. The song is used on the level 3 inside the "trap level": you'll get onto it if fall to the nearest pit from the beginning - you'll jump into this level. The player will get a lot of money, but will be killed immediately while getting outside the trap. The character '''won't''' be invincible during the playback of this song.
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The song file has the name "star4.mp3" in the game resources.<br clear="all" />
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwBQEwF5Jck youtube.com/watch?v=GwBQEwF5Jck] - Performed on bass guitar by TheHarmsing.
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwBQEwF5Jck youtube.com/watch?v=GwBQEwF5Jck] - Performed on bass guitar by TheHarmsing.
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyoNnMO3zFk youtube.com/watch?v=wyoNnMO3zFk] - Performed on electric guitar by 331ERock.
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyoNnMO3zFk youtube.com/watch?v=wyoNnMO3zFk] - Performed on electric guitar by 331ERock.
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Latest revision as of 08:08, 16 May 2019

Invincible BGM
Composer Koji Kondo
Released 1985-09-13
Title Origin Official
Loops Yes

When Mario gets a star he will become invincible for a short time and you'll hear the Invincible BGM tune. During this time you are immune to all enemies, and the only thing that can kill you is falling off the screen.

The title comes from the Famicom 20th Anniversary Original Sound Tracks Vol.1 album.

Listeners have compared the song with the main riff and chord progression of What's the Buzz? by Andrew Lloyd Webber (from the Jesus Christ Superstar).

Games

Super Mario Bros. (NES)

Platform - NES.png
Super Mario Bros. (NES)
Output - NES.svg
Output - NES.svg
Super Mario Bros. - NES - Invincible.png
Arranger Koji Kondo
Released 1985-09-13
Length 0:03, 0:02
Format NSF

This song plays very rapidly, and sounds really crazy when you're running out of time. Both versions of the song loop.

Sheet Music


Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES)

Platform - NES.png
Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES)
Output - NES.svg
Super Mario Bros. 2 - NES - Invincible.png
Arranger Koji Kondo
Released 1988-10-??
Length 0:03.212
Format NSF

Koji Kondo remixed the Invincible music for Super Mario Bros. 2 with a nice percussion on the PCM channel.

The game's official soundtrack uses the title "無敵 (Muteki)" which means "Invincible," but doesn't use the BGM suffix.

The song is track 5 in the NSF file.

Syobon Action (W32)

Platform - W32.png
Syobon Action (W32)
Output - PCM.svg
Syobon Action - W32 - Invincible.png
Arranger Unknown
Released 2007-??-??
Length 0:03
Format MP3

The Syobon Action version is just recorded to MP3 song from the Super Mario Bros. (NES) with bad sound quality. The song is used on the level 3 inside the "trap level": you'll get onto it if fall to the nearest pit from the beginning - you'll jump into this level. The player will get a lot of money, but will be killed immediately while getting outside the trap. The character won't be invincible during the playback of this song.

The song file has the name "star4.mp3" in the game resources.

Links