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Original cover art designed by forkbanger of the Mega64ums.

Mega64: The Soundtrack is a CD compiled list of tracks that were used in Mega64 Versions 1 through 3, as well as on exterior skits that are non-related to the series, such as commercials and promotions. Various artists including the now defunct Garrett Hunter project "Slowdraw The Hungry Eskimo" appear on the album. The album was announced on on August 30th, 2010 pending an upcoming weekly podcast. The album officially went on sale to high fan-based demand on September 3, 2010. The album sold out in August, 2014. The track list is below.

Artists & ContributorsEdit

Track listingEdit

  1. "Sequence Erase (Instrumental)" - The Aquabats
  2. "Pudding Basin (Snake Song)" - Summer Semester feat. Jessse feat. Slowdraw The Hungry Eskimo
  3. "Ten Thousand Dollars" - Josh Jones/Mega64
  4. "Billy And His Time Belt" - Josh Jones/Rocco Botte
  5. "Cowpokez" - Rocco Botte feat. Lowtax
  6. "Elite Beat" - Josh Jones
  7. "Convenient" - Josh Jones/Mega64
  8. "Kid Cuisine" - Slowdraw The Hungry Eskimo
  9. "Rave Time!! (Let’s Have A Party)" - Josh Jones
  10. "Restless (Jam Session)" - Josh Jones
  11. "Marcus Is Rich" - Josh Jones/Marcus
  12. "Average Cowboy" - Josh Jones/Shawn Chatfield
  13. "GDC" - Josh Jones/Rocco Botte
  14. "Handful of The Sky" - Josh Jones/Shawn Chatfield
  15. "Please Let Me Die (I Want To Die)" - TIM
  16. "Presidential Dance-Off" - Rocco Botte
  17. "Sexy64" - Rocco Botte
  18. "Directions" - Josh Jones/Derrick Acosta
  19. "Magic (The Gathering)" - Josh Jones/Shawn Chatfield
  20. "Playing Around With Boys" - Josh Jones
  21. "Gears Hero" - Derrick Acosta
  22. "My Name’s Horatio, You Got Me, You Ain’t Got Nobody Else, So Deal With It, And Love It" - Josh Jones/Derrick Acosta
  23. "Can’t Breathe (Opossum Song)" - The Mega64 Band feat. Thark feat. Josh Jones
  24. "Finale" - Josh Jones/Mega64
  25. "I’m Scared" - Bad Credit

Website descriptionEdit

"As you know, the long-awaited official Mega64 Soundtrack is being released this Friday. We have copies in-hand here at our office, and we couldn’t be happier with how it turned out. The tracklist is great, the included-book looks awesome- It’s just a great all-around package. But the question on everyone’s mind is: What songs are actually on this thing? Well rest assured, with all the musical soundtrack cuts, video scores, and forgotten tunes of yester-year, this CD has 25 of Mega64’s best tracks ever. What other album can boast that? This is the first Mega64 soundtrack. So none. Ever." [1]


  • Only 10 of the 24 tracks that appear on the album are from actual Mega64 episodes. The others are from miscellaneous ad campaigns, promotional bits and IGN insider (now defunct) videos. Debatable as it is, the large amount of exterior tracks explain where most of Mega64's time was spent in the past few years, and why projects like Version 3 may have taken longer than desired.