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Since its inception in 1985, the Mario franchise has given us some of the most iconic and lasting video game music of all time. From the original 8-bit classics to the sweeping orchestral symphonies of today, Mario music has always had a special place in our hearts. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the best Mario songs of all time.
The Best of Mario Music
Super Mario is one of the most popular video game characters of all time, and his games have some of the most iconic and catchy music in gaming history. From the original 8-bit classics to the more modern orchestrated pieces, there are plenty of Mario tunes to choose from.
We’ve put together a list of our favorite Mario tracks, spanning the entire series. Whether you’re a fan of the original Super Mario Bros. or you’re more partial to Mario’s more recent adventures, there’s sure to be something on this list for you.
1. “Ground Theme” – Super Mario Bros.
2. “Underwater Theme” – Super Mario Bros.
3. “Castle Theme” – Super Mario Bros. 3
4. “Ghost House Theme” – Super Mario World
5. “Bowser Battle theme 1 & 2″ – Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
6. “Main Theme” – New Super Mario Bros. Wii
7. “Rainbow Road” –Mario Kart 64
10 . “Grand Finale/Credits Theme (Ending) -SuperMarioGalaxy2
The Best of Mario Music: Part 2
Welcome back to MarioRock! In this installment, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best music from the Mario series.
As always, we’ll start with a few classics. First up is the original theme from Super Mario Bros., which has been remixed and re-imagined countless times over the years. Next is the underground theme from Super Mario Bros., which is one of the most iconic pieces of video game music ever composed. And last but not least is the original main theme from The Legend of Zelda, which has also been covered countless times.
Next, we’ll take a look at some of the more modern offerings from the series. First up is Bowser’s castle theme from Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island, which is an absolutely thrilling piece of music. Next is Toad’s house theme from Super Mario 64, which is a charming and nostalgia-inducing piece. And last but not least is Princess Peach’s castle theme from Super Mario Odyssey, which is an absolutely gorgeous piece that perfectly captures the spirit of adventure that lies at the heart of the game.
And that’s it for this installment! Be sure to tune in next time for more of the best music from the Mario series!
The Best of Mario Music: Part 3
Welcome back to our look at the best of Mario music! In this installment, we’ll be focusing on the music of the 3D era of Mario games.
The 3D era of Mario saw the franchise make the jump from 2D to 3D graphics, and with that came a new era of Mario music. Some fan-favorite tracks from this era include “Super Mario Galaxy”, “Super Mario Sunshine”, and “Super Mario 64”.
“Super Mario Galaxy” is perhaps one of the most iconic pieces of video game music ever made. It perfectly captures the feeling of exploration and wonder that is central to the game itself.
“Super Mario Sunshine” is a more upbeat and tropical track that perfectly captures the laid-back atmosphere of its setting. And finally, “Super Mario 64” is a classic piece of video game music that helped to set the standard for 3D platforming soundtracks.
The Best of Mario Music: Part 4
In this edition of “The Best of Mario Music,” we’ll be taking a look at some of the best tracks from the Mario Rock genre! From high-energy anthems to mellow ballads, there’s something for everyone in this genre of video game music. So sit back, relax, and enjoy some of the best tunes the Mushroom Kingdom has to offer!
The Best of Mario Music: Part 5
Now that we’re halfway through our countdown of the best Mario music, it’s time to get to the good stuff. In at number five is the heart-pounding, fist-pumping boss theme from Super Mario World.
This intense track plays during some of the most exciting moments in Super Mario World, such as when you’re about to take down Bowser for the first time. The music perfectly matches the intensity of the moment, and it’s sure to get your blood pumping.
The Best of Mario Music: Part 6
Welcome back to our series on the best of Mario music! In this installment, we’ll be looking at some of the best tracks from the Mario Kart series.
The Mario Kart series is known for its catchy, upbeat tracks that get players pumped up for a race. While there are too many great tracks to list them all here, we’ve compiled a few of our favorites.
So buckle up and get ready to race, because here are the best Mario Kart tracks!
-Rainbow Road (Super Mario Kart)
-Moo Moo Farm (Mario Kart 64)
-Luigi Raceway (Mario Kart: Super Circuit)
-Delfino Plaza (Mario Kart DS)
-Tick Tock Clock (Mario Kart DS)
-Mushroom Gorge (Mario Kart Wii)
The Best of Mario Music: Part 7
We’re back with our final installment of The Best of Mario Music! This time, we’re highlighting what we think are the top 10 tracks from the Mario franchise. If you haven’t been following along, be sure to check out Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 and Part 6 before reading on!
10. Jenny’s Theme (Super Smash Bros. Brawl)
Some of you may be wondering why a Super Smash Bros. track made it onto this list — after all, the series is known more for its frantic gameplay than its obscure soundtracks. But Jenny’s Theme is a beautifully serene piece that captures the feeling of exploration and discovery. It’s one of those tracks that just sticks with you long after you’ve heard it.
9. Snow level theme (Super Mario Galaxy)
The music in Super Mario Galaxy is some of the best in the series, and the snow levels are no exception. These tracks are some of the most peaceful and calming in the game, making them the perfect background music for a winter wonderland setting.
8. Athletic theme (Super Mario World)
Ah, the good old days of 16-bit platformers. Super Mario World is chock-full of fantastic tracks, but our favorite has to be the athletic theme. This upbeat tune perfectly captures the feeling of joy and excitement that comes with exploring a new world and uncovering its secrets.
The Best of Mario Music: Part 8
Welcome to MarioRock, the best of Mario music! In this edition, we’ll be featuring some of the best tracks from Super Mario Odyssey. From the upbeat and catchy “Jump Up, Super Star!” to the more laid-back and mellow “Photograph,” there’s something for everyone in this selection of tracks. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!
The Best of Mario Music: Part 9
Welcome to the ninth installment of The Best of Mario Music! In this series, we’ll be counting down our top ten favorite tracks from across the Super Mario franchise.
This time, we’re featuring music from Super Mario Odyssey! This entry in the series features some amazing new tracks, as well as some wonderful remixes of classic tunes.
10. “Jump Up, Super Star!”
This track is an instant classic, and is sure to get your toes tapping along with Mario as he jumps his way across the Mushroom Kingdom.
9. “Pressing Forward”
This track plays during one of the most intense moments in Odyssey, as Mario races against time to save Princess Peach from Bowser’s wedding plans. It’s an electrifying piece that really gets the blood pumping.
8. “Bonneton: Gateway to Adventure”
This cheerful little town tune sets the stage for an idyllic adventure, and is sure to put a smile on your face.
7. “Shiveria: Snowy Mountain Pass”
A gorgeous and ethereal track that plays during one of Odyssey’s most beautiful levels. It perfectly captures the feeling of being high up in the frozen mountains, surrounded by untouched snow.
6. “New Donk City: Daytime”
The lively day-time theme of New Donk City is a wonderful addition to Odyssey’s already impressive soundtrack. It perfectly encapsulates the hustle and bustle of this unique city, and will have you tapping your feet along with its infectious beat.