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Pokemon FireRed, LeafGreen soundtracks on iTunes, rest to come next year


Nintendo has released its Pokemon FireRed & Pokemon LeafGreen: Super Music Collection soundtrack via iTunes, letting Pokemon fans nationwide listen to iconic series tunes without having to lug around a Game Boy Advance.

The full album, priced at $11.99, includes a total of 90 tracks from the 2004 Game Boy Advance remakes of Nintendo's first-generation Pokemon games. The tracks are also available individually, so if you really want to pay 99 cents for the 11-second-long Game Freak logo jingle, you can do just that.

The release follows up on the recent iTunes debut of Nintendo's Pokemon X and Y soundtrack. The series will continue in 2014 with upcoming soundtrack releases for Pokemon HeartGold/SoulSilver, Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire, Pokemon Diamond/Pearl, Pokemon Black/White, and Pokemon Black 2/White 2.

If you need more Pokemon-themed music right now, we'd like to suggest the landmark album Pokemon: 2 B A Master, featuring classic tracks like "What Kind of Pokemon Are You?" and the unforgettable ballad "The Time Has Come (Pikachu's Goodbye)."

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