Nintendo: White Knuckle Scorin'

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Nintendo: White Knuckle Scorin'
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Compilation album by Various artists
Released December 3, 1991
Length 41:12
Label MCA
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Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Nintendo: White Knuckle Scorin' is a compilation album released by Nintendo in 1991. In spite of the appearance of Mario on the cover, only the first song on the album has anything to do with the Super Mario franchise. The booklet enclosed with the CD featured a comic story based loosely on the Super NES game Super Mario World.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Ignorance Is Bliss" (performed by Jellyfish)
  2. "How Have You Been?" (written by John Sebastian, performed by Crosby, Stills & Nash)
  3. "Magic in the Night" (performed by Bombshell)
  4. "I Drove All Night" (performed by Roy Orbison)
  5. "Iron Hand" (performed by Dire Straits)
  6. "Into the Fire" (performed by Alias)
  7. "She Was" (performed by Flesh for Lulu)
  8. "Line of Fire" (performed by Trixter)
  9. "Turn On" (performed by Britny Fox)
  10. "Forever Friends" (performed by Sheena Easton)

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