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* [[Insert Disk 2]] - New CD.
 
* [[Joan Sanmarti]] - New composer.
 
* [[Joan Sanmarti]] - New composer.
 
* [[Probe Software Nintendo Famicom Music-Driver (NES Driver)]], [[Paul Wilkinson (NES Driver)]], [[Nobuyuki Ohnogi (NES Driver)]], [[Yuzo Koshiro (NES Driver)]], [[Music Driver V1.0 (NES Driver)]] - New drivers.
 
* [[Probe Software Nintendo Famicom Music-Driver (NES Driver)]], [[Paul Wilkinson (NES Driver)]], [[Nobuyuki Ohnogi (NES Driver)]], [[Yuzo Koshiro (NES Driver)]], [[Music Driver V1.0 (NES Driver)]] - New drivers.
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* [[NESM (NES Driver)]] - New driver.
 
* [[NESM (NES Driver)]] - New driver.
 
* [[Tatsuya Shimizu]], [[Naoyuki Satou]], [[Takahiro Fukase]], [[Yasuhiro Abe]] - New composers.
 
* [[Tatsuya Shimizu]], [[Naoyuki Satou]], [[Takahiro Fukase]], [[Yasuhiro Abe]] - New composers.
* [[Paperboy]] - New series.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 06:30, 20 June 2015

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Top 5 Songs of the Month

  1. Killed from Super Mario Bros. (NES)
  2. Game Over (Unused) from Super Mario Bros. (NES)
  3. Game Over from Super Mario Bros. (NES)
  4. Warning from Super Mario Bros. (NES)
  5. Dr. Wily Stage 1 from Mega Man II (NES)

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