Super Metroid Symphony: orchestral album on sale next week

Tuesday, 12th March 2013 08:46 GMT By Dave Cook

Super Metroid Symphony is the latest album from the Blake Robinson Synthetic Orchestra. It’s a 30-track tribute to Nintendo’s iconic SNES game, featuring orchestral renditions of the original soundtrack.

The album will go on sale March 19 to coincide with the game’s 19th birthday. You can buy it from Loudr or iTunes. Just hit the links to check out each product page.

Here’s a trailer. Let us know what you think below:



  1. silkvg247

    Is Loudr DRM free? I’ve had nothing but bad experiences when buying mp3s in the past.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. mrdrid

    I was curious too and gave it a try. Seems it is DRM free and it gave me FLAC and mp3, awesome. Never heard of Loudr before but seems kinda cool

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Digital Bamboo

    This news is incredible.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. silkvg247

    It’s awesome, will buy on release.

    Just out of curiosity would they have to give Nintendo a % of their profits?

    #4 2 years ago
  5. mrdrid

    Think so, site says it is licensed and reading Joypad Records site reads like they do pay %.

    Refreshing to see, seems not many people care about paying royalties they’re meant to nowadays, seen so many video game remix projects for sale on Bandcamp and can’t imagine they’re legit

    #5 2 years ago
  6. psyl0q

    How interested would people be in a postpunk tribute to Super Metroid / or other games?

    Brinstar – Psyl0q

    #6 2 years ago

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