Killer Cuts

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Killer Cuts
Soundtrack album by Graeme Norgate & Robin Beanland
Released August 1, 1995
Recorded 1994 in the U.S.A.
Genre Various
Length 48:17
Label Nintendo/Rare
Graeme Norgate & Robin Beanland chronology
Killer Cuts
Killer Instinct Gold Cuts

Killer Cuts is a soundtrack album released and packaged with the video game Killer Instinct on the Super Nintendo in 1995;[1] many of the tracks were arranged and rerecorded and included the character's theme songs in addition to the songs featured in the fighting stages. Although exclusive to the pack-in with the game, it could be bought via the Nintendo Power magazine catalog.

To date, the album is difficult to find, as it wasn't sold in stores or distributed massively beyond being included with Killer Instinct.

The tracks from Killer Cuts can be unlocked for in-game use in Killer Instinct for Xbox One. Additionally, the album was digitally re-released on October 14, 2014, as part of a double album set with the Killer Instinct: Season One soundtrack. [2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. K.I. Feeling - 3:45 (Orchid's stage remix)
  2. The Way U Move - 3:58
  3. Controlling Transmission - 3:56 (Glacius' stage remix)
  4. Oh Yeah - 3:23 (Thunder's stage remix)
  5. It's a Jungle - 3:04
  6. Do It Now! - 3:55 (Jago's stage remix)
  7. Full-bore - 3:16 (Fulgore's stage remix)
  8. The Instinct - 4:53 (Main theme remix)
  9. Yo Check This Out! - 1:36 (Combo's stage remix)
  10. Freeze - 2:11 (Street stage remix)
  11. Trailblazer - 1:50 (Cinder's stage remix)
  12. Tooth & Claw - 3:09 (Sabrewulf's stage remix)
  13. Ya Ha Haa - 3:00 (Spinal's stage remix)
  14. Rumble - 2:11 (Riptor's stage remix)
  15. The Extreme - 2:33 (Eyedol's stage remix)
  1. Humiliation - 0:40
  • Tracks 16-29 are blank tracks lasting four seconds each that lead into the hidden track 30. It is not known to this date why Nintendo or Rare decided to do this, but it was common for most to simply take the CD out after the 15th track. There is an issue of Nintendo Power that revealed the hidden track #30 with the Humiliation theme. In the re-release, the blank tracks were removed, and "Humiliation" was listed normally with the other tracks.