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Kojikondo

Koji Kondo

Koji Kondo is a Japanese composer of video game music, famous for his works in Nintendo games. One of his works, the overworld theme from the game Super Mario Bros., released 1985 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, was directly qualified for the final of Nation Song Contest 10 as Ugaly's entry, where it ended up at 27:th place with 36 points. Koji Kondo also competed for Ugaly in the Nonsense Spinoff, this time with the item collection fanfare from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, released 1998 on Nintendo 64.

Ugaly in the Nation Song Contest
4 Rammstein - 5 Soundgarden - 6 Mono - 7 Iron Maiden - 8 Guano Apes - 9 Fearnavigatr - 10 Koji Kondo - 11 Kabát - 12 The B-52's - 13 DarthWolf42 - 14 Lemon Demon - 15 Mötley Crüe - 16 Zager & Evans - 17 Blaze Bayley - 18 Cornelis Vreeswijk - 19 Globus - 20 Mongo från yttre rymden & hans fiender - 21 Volbeat - 22 Murray Gold - 23 Iron Maiden - 24 Def Leppard - 25 Electric Banana Band - 26 Ladytron - 27 Dahr - 28 The Lemon Pipers - 29 Verjnuarmu - 30 Client - 31 Falconer - 32 311 - 33 7 Deadly Bits - 34 igiulamam - 35 Judas Priest - 36 ANJ - 37 Sohodolls - 38 Hacksore - 39 Bajofondo - 40 Dali - 41 Space Cowboy - 42 Raubtier - 43 Graeme Norgate - 44 Alestorm - 45 Bugsy Malone - 46 The Adventures of Duane & BrandO - 47 Dr. Alban - 48 Nightingale - 49 Lapp-Lisa - 50 The B-52s - 51 Scar Symmetry - 52 Theoretical Girl - 53 Börje Reinholdsson & Johan Piribauer - 54 8mm - 55 Dragonland - 56 UnSun

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