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Mario & Luigi
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team
The Title Screen wonderfully shows off the more orchestral flavour of the game's music. Extra points for remixing some of the battle theme.
Super Mario RPG The Boss Battle theme starts fairly joyful as per the series' tradition, but then gets incredibly tense and epic. It combines the almost toonish playfulness of before with some no-nonsense transitions. When you consider this is often how elements blend in the Mario & Luigi games as a whole, it's little wonder many claim this the best boss theme of all.
The overworld battle theme. You'll be hearing it a lot, and enjoying every second of it as you do.
Dreamy Pi'illo Castle. It's an excellent introduction to the dream worlds, and the music only makes it better.
Mushrise Park. Absolutely amazing.
Dreamy Mushrise Park is almost as good, if not better. Definitely has a dreamy and relaxing feel to it.
Beneath Pi'illo Castle is also pretty enjoyable even though it plays fairly early in the game.
Dream's Forbidden Depths, an atmospheric and unnerving piece that only adds on to the creepiness of Dream's Deep.
Dreamy Somnom Labyrinth. It's a beautiful theme, and very unique for a Mario game.
Ladies and gentlemen, tropers of all ages, the Final Boss music, Adventure's End. An absolutely beautiful and hectic piece that truly captures the essence of the battle itself (and is reminiscent of either Darkness of the Unknown or Lord of the Castle, also by Shimomura).
Antasma's Theme is wonderfully ominous, befitting the lord of nightmares, while The Final Antasma Battle remixes it into an absolutely amazing, incredibly atmospheric boss tune.
Bowser's Theme. Great remix of his theme from Bowser's Inside Story, complete with ominous chanting.
Giant Luigi's Theme really gets you in the mood for a Kaiju-style fight.
Neo Bowser Castle has a deliciously sinister theme that befits the Koopa King's return to glory.
Nightmare Lullaby, the "bad things are happening" tune, is creepy, tense, suspenseful, and awesome at the same time.
Dreamy Wakeport Repose. Such a relaxing and soothing song. In fact, one may say it's way too relaxing, but still an awesome and soothing song to listen to.
The Nightmare Road, the song that plays right before the final battle, gives off the feeling of an epic confrontation.