Dancing with the Stars had someone who is actually famous on last night: Super Mario.
The ABC celebrity-competition show saw Duck Dynasty star Sadie Robertson and her partner, Mark Ballas, do a choreographed dance to classic gaming music from Super Mario Bros. But the show didn’t just rip tunes from series. Nintendo confirmed on Twitter that its long-time in-house composer Koji Kondo arranged an original version of his beloved bleeps and bloops for the show.
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If you dig this version of the Super Mario Bros. music, you can actually get it right now for free. Nintendo is hosting the song on its website. Just head over to Play.Nintendo.com to download it.
Kondo is best know for the music he composed for Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda, but he is still working at Nintendo and is responsible for some of the beautiful music you find in today’s Wii U and 3DS games.
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