Grant Kirkhope Releases Banjo-Kazooie & Banjo-Tooie Soundtracks for Download

Grant-Kirkhope-Releases-Banjo-Kazooie-Banjo-Tooie-Soundtracks-for-DownloadWhile the opinion on the Banjo-Kazooie series may be divided, the one thing Nintendo 64 fans can agree on is that the soundtracks Grant Kirkhope created for these two ambitious titles was fantastic. Luckily enough for us, Kirkhope has decided to release both of these scores on a pay-what-you-want basis for your listening pleasure.

Since Banjo-Kazooie, Kirkhope spent many more years at Rare creating soundtracks for plenty more of their iconic titles including Goldeneye. Following his days at Rare he became the audio director at Big Huge Games and began work on the soundtrack for the fabled Kingdoms of Amalur.

Kirkhope's Bandcamp page is where his timeless Kazooie soundtracks are awaiting, so be sure to head on over and pledge what you feel he deserves for these memorable scores.

Link: Download Grant Kirkhope's Banjo Kazooie & Tooie Soundtracks

Source: N64Blog


Last Updated ( 20 April 2013 )  

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