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Hope this is the right place, because I've got a big list here.

Might as well transfer over my composer info directory here. This is quite large, and some of this hasn't even been transferred over to the offical site yet.

The following games have missing composer info, and I've got the composer to fill in the blank (along with source):
4 Nin Shougi: Kazuo Sawa (Musically, the sound is similar to other Kazuo Sawa games. Not confirmed due to a missing staff roll... and/or other info.)
American Battle Dome: Dota Ando (This is a complete guess. I have no staff roll to find out who composed the music except for the developer info, which I found out via ROM text. That would be Betop. Unlike Super Shougi 3, which mentioned Betop but didn't get more specific, this one has no staff roll at all.)
Aryol: Masako Inata (Listed as M. Inata in the Staff Roll under Composer)
Ballz 3D: Neuromantic Productions, Mark Miller, Jason Scher (Instruction manual on page 29.)
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S: Fuwa Fuwa Panic: Kenichi Ohkuma (GMCL ~ I haven't beaten this game yet for any extra composers, but it does have a staff roll)
Bioworm: Mitsuru Kamiyama (ROM text)
Bram Stoker's Dracula: Steve Collett (Doommaster1994 contacted Andy Brock for the composer info.)
BSX-Bios: Naoto Ishida, Akito Nakatsuka (nensondubois gave the composer info ~ these people are famous for their Nintendo style "swing" music.)
Chester Cheetah: Too Cool To Fool: Adriano Sabatine, Yoshihiro Kusano (Julio Cesar provided the composer info via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4f2nIjDlCI )
Dossun! Ganseki Battle: Mitsuhiko Tanaka (http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/31.html has this as a guess. I'm personally winging it, too, as far as who might have composed the music, because of sound similarities to this composer's other works.)
Dragon Ball Z - Super Gokuuden Totsugeki Hen: Kenji Yamamoto (2) (Beat the game myself.)
F1 Grand Prix Parts II/III: Naoki Itamura (GMCL I believe...)
FIFA Soccer '97: Kev Bruce (Doommaster1994 gave me the composer info. He is not listed in the credits.)
Galaxy Wars: Kazuo Sawa (Beat the game myself. Credited as D.S.P.)
Gamble Hourouki: Tenpei Sato, Tatsuya Sato (http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/25.html has both for guesses. The staff roll doesn't have anything under the audio category, defeating the purpose for now...)
GP-1: Opus (ROM text)
GT Racing: Tatsuya Sato (Hacked my way into the credits.)
HAL's Hole in One Golf: Jun Ishikawa (Doommaster1994 gave me the composer info. This should replace the previous composer info, which is incorrect.)
Honkaku Mahjong Tetsuman: Hisashi Matsushita (This is a complete guess. The reason for this guess is based off of the sound. I confirmed shared samples between this game and Super Naxat Open. I have indeed accessed the staff roll for Super Naxat Open and this is the composer I got.)
Humans: Ian Howe (Wait at the title screen and you get the staff roll.)
Hunchback of Notre Dame (SGB): Mark Ortiz (nensondubois gave composer info)
Hyper V-Ball: Naoki Itamura (ROM text)
Incantation: Rob Stevens (This is a complete guess. The sound driver looks like a match to some other Titus games, including Prehistorik Man.)
Jaki Crush: Masanobu Tsukamoto (GMCL)
Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 2: Katsuhiro Hayashi (GMCL. The set on SNESMusic.org is also quite incomplete, missing the Title Screen track for example.)
King of the Monsters: Tarkun, Konny and Ten6 Jaguars (Original Arcade Version Staff Roll. The SNES version seems to have ported the music, so this will do for the composer info.)
Lode Runner Twin: Daisuke Emura (Whoever made the music modifier for Sword World SFC 2 found four pieces of Lode Runner Twin music. So based off of that, I determined the composer despite no staff roll.)
Lord Monarch: Takashi Kutsukake (GMCL)
Mouryou Senki Madara 2: Tappy Iwase, Miki Higashino, Hirofumi Taniguchi & Aki Hata (NicoVideo has the staff roll. Special Thanks goes to strugglepoo for composer identification.)
Might and Magic II (European Version): Rick Fox (Doommaster1994 contacted Rick Fox for the composer info.)
Might and Magic III: Rick Fox (Doommaster1994 contacted Rick Fox for the composer info.)
NBA Jam: Rick Fox (Doommaster1994 contacted Rick Fox for the composer info.)
NBA Jam ~ Tournament Edition: Rick Fox (Doommaster1994 contacted Rick Fox for the composer info.)
Oscar: Phillip Nixon (Musical comparison with the Amiga CD32 version, which credits this composer.)
Pac-Attack: Hiromi Shibano (Credited as Saya-Saya) (MobyGames)
Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday: Kevin Bateson, Jez Taylor (The composer info should be replaced with these two. Doommaster1994 gave me the composer info.)
Pro Quarterback: Eric Hammond (Doommaster1994 gave me the composer info based off of credits found in the manual for the Genesis version. I rediscovered them on MobyGames, although I did realize there were no category-specific credits. The composer info stands due to shared music between the SNES and Genesis versions.)
Ranma 1/2 ~ Ougi Jaanken: Toshio Okamoto (Beat the game myself and got the name in Japanese in the staff roll.)
SD Gundam G-Next: Tsuyoshi Tanaka (http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/31.html has this listed as a guess.)
Shinri Game 3: Yasuaki Fujita (http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/44.html )
Slayers: Koji Yamada (GMCL)
Star Trek - Deep Space Nine - Crossroads of Time: Attila Dobos, Attila Heger, Gabor Kis, Andras Magyari, Steve Zuckermann (MobyGames)
Stealth: Norihiro Atsumi (This is a complete guess. Since Axes Art Amuse did 20% of the sound, it could be part of the music. The sound driver is not quite a match, though, to the three Axes Art Amuse games that they did 100% sound for.)
Super Ultra Baseball/Super Baseball Simulator 1.000: Akinori Sawa (VGMPF has the composer info for this one: http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php/Akinori_Sawa )
Super Ultra Baseball 2 Akinori Sawa (The soundtrack matches Super Ultra Baseball's for the most part.)
Super Bowling: Hitoshi Nishimura, Shotaro Sasaki (http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/25.html has Shotaro Sasaki listed as a guess, but it appears to have been busted. nensondubois provided the composer info.)
Super Double Yakuman 2: Hiroaki Hontani (http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/46.html lists this composer as a guess. Also listed for the original.)
Super Famista 2: Yoshinori Kawamoto ( http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/20.html )
Super Scope 6: Naoto Ishida, Akito Nakatsuka (nensondubois gave the composer info)
Super V.G: Masakatsu Maekawa (ROM text)
Super Wildcard DX 2: Chen, Teddy (Found the instruction manual on http://www.digitpress.com/library/manua ... index.html . Contained the staff roll.)
Tarot Mystery: Yasuaki Fujita, Harumi Fujita (http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/44.html . Harumi Fujita is not confirmed yet, and I don't have a staff roll to prove it yet.)
Tetris & Dr. Mario: Kazumi Totaka, Yumiko Kameya, Hirokazu Tanaka, Howard Lincoln (List of authors on http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/User:CRV . I determined what the most likely role was, and thus got the composer in this fashion. nensondubois provided initial guesses.)
Tetris 2: Mitsuhiko Takano (List of authors on http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/User:CRV . I determined what the most likely role was, and thus got the composer in this fashion. Also see http://www.ic.gc.ca/app/opic-cipo/cpyrg ... 1&lang=eng .)
Thoroughbred Breeder 2: Tsukasa Tawada (GMCL)
Ultra Baseball Jistumei Ban: Akinori Sawa (VGMPF. See http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php/Akinori_Sawa )
Ultra Baseball Jistumei Ban 2: Akinori Sawa (VGMPF. See http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php/Akinori_Sawa )
Ultra Baseball Jistumei Ban 3: Akinori Sawa (Some of the songs are the same from the Super Ultra Baseball series.)
Waku Waku Ski Wonder Shoot: Chiyomaru Shikura, Kaori Takazoe (GDRI has the staff roll. Look up this game in the Credits Dump.)
Waratte Iitomo! Tamorinpic: Kazuo Oikawa, Aka Ishibashi, and Koichi Ishibashi (nensondubois gave the composer info)
Whizz: Keith Leary, Dave Murrant (Musical comparison with the MS-DOS version, which credits these composers.)
Zen Nihon GT Senshuken: Hyper Battle Game: Hiroshi Kudo (ROM text. The name is flipped, just to note, in the staff roll.)

The following games have some extra composers or updates in the composer info:
Action Pachio: Seline = Toshiko Tasaki (GDRI lists this under music. See http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php ... ._(credits) . Plus, Toshiko Tasaki appears to have been credited as Celine Tasaki, Seline or Seriinu before.)
Armor Police Metal Jack: Sawa = Kazuo Sawa & Koyama = Masahiro Koyama (Both of these composers have worked on Battle Blaze. This is just a guess from this shared information, since these have last names only. I have no idea who Mr. Com is. If you know who, let me know and I'll put it up.)
Art of Fighting: Seisuke Itoh (MobyGames. Credited as S. Itoh in the staff roll.)
Bishoujo Janshi Suchie-Pai: ISE = Atsuyoshi Isemura (I believe GMCL helped with this one. I have no idea who Megu Chan is. If you know who, let me know and I'll put it up.)
Cyber Knight 2: Yoshikatsu Sakai, Kyoko Sakai (The in-game staff roll mentions both, and that can be found in English at Project GSLA. You can also look here to get the composer info direct from the OST for this game.)
Mortal Kombat III: Mark Ganus, Roy Wilkins (MobyGames)
Outlander: Mark Knight (VGMuseum has the staff roll.)
Power Slide: Tony Williams (Doommaster1994 gave me the composer info.)
Ryuuko no Ken 2: Hiroo Ikeda, Seisuke Itoh, T. Tokiyo (Project GSLA has the staff roll. See this page for the staff roll in English. I have no idea who T. Tokiyo is. If you know who, let me know and I'll put it up.)
SD Kidou Senshi Gundam 2: Hi-Tech Icchy = T. Ichida (http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/61.html .)
Sports Illustrated Championship Football & Baseball: Audio Cyber Factory = Eric Hammond, Keith Arem (A combination of the company involved in the development of this game and these credits from MobyGames led me to this guess as to who Audio Cyber Factory really is.
Super Bases Loaded 3: Suitton = Switch-E = Akihiro Suita, Gotton = Shigemitsu Goto (http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/61.html . I guessed Shigemitsu Goto for Gotton and the guess was confirmed. If you know who Shibikkun is, let me know.)

Here's the current alternative idenity list for some of the composers not updated:
Amayang, Flying Symphony = Shinji Amagishi (http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php?tit ... i_Amagishi .)
Ani, Tatsuya = Tatsuya Nishimura (http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php?tit ... _Nishimura .)
Chackey = Tsuyoshi Tanaka (This comes from Trinea's staff roll.)
CMS Takeshi, T. Ichida = Takeshi Ichida (http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php?tit ... shi_Ichida .)
Don = Akihiko Mori (http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/51.html . Careful, now... use the list under this composer's name...)
Ebiten = Hiroshi Ebihara (Same person that mentioned that Shrimp H. was Hiroshi Ebihara also confirmed this one.)
Eiji Miyabi = Akinori Sawa (GMCL. The alternative idenity is in Japanese, and it reads Miyabi Eiji, or Eiji Miyabi. Confirmed by Doommaster1994.)
The Fat Man = George Sanger (music production), Joe McDermott (main musician), David Govett and Kevin Phelan (Special Thanks goes to cantthinkofone for the info, provided via e-mailing George Sanger. I got more specific composer info for each game that we had that was by The Fat Man... except for RPM Racing. Couldn't recall.)
Hamasan & Y. Taka = Yusuke Takahama (Yusuke Takahama's composition list confirms these two. I beat the games that contained these two names.)
Hiya! & Hiya-Unit = Takushi Hiyamuta (http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/43.html . So nice to have this one resolved... ^_^)
ISE & Atsu Isumura = Atsuyoshi Isemura (GMCL)
J. White = Joseph White (http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php?title=Joseph_White .)
Kaorin = Kaori Nakabai (Someone got shared composer info off of Tecmo Super Bowl's Genesis Version staff roll. Noted here.)
M. Maekawa = Masakatsu Maekawa
Mitsuhiko.T = Mitsuhiko Takano (Sounds like a name similarity here, hence this reason. Also has the same developer, TOSE.)
Nori Atsumi = Norihiro Atsumi (Whoever posted this managed to figure it out. I already confirmed M.C. Noric. This is the Axes Arts Amuse president... according to http://1010.co.jp/axes.html .)
Saya-Saya = Hiromi Shibano (http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php?tit ... mi_Shibano .)
Shake Keijin = Keiji Yamagishi (Someone got shared composer info off of Tecmo Super Bowl's Genesis Version staff roll. Noted here.)
Studio 401 & Yoshi = Yoshiki Nishimura (List of authors on http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/User:CRV . I determined what the most likely role was, and thus got the composer in this fashion. Also got support from http://www16.atwiki.jp/gmclw/pages/38.html .)
SWITCH-E and Suitton: Akihito Suita (http://www.vgmpf.com/Wiki/index.php?title=Akihito_Suita .)
Tanabe = Yukihiko Tanabe (GMCL if I remember correctly...)
Watanabe = Yoshio Watanabe (GMCL if I remember correctly...)

Names in red means that it has been removed, or unsure.

This is constantly being updated... not even all of the stuff from the original page is up yet. If anyone posts there... please note that I'll transfer them, but they're not guaranteed to be up immeditaly.

If you have any extras, let me know and I'll put it up on the list. I plan on removing games that have composer info implemented by removing them from this list.

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Howard Lincoln is not a composer for Tetris & Dr. Mario, he was president for Nintendo of America after being promoted for winning lawsuits for them, and he was/and still is manager of the Mariners; hence why there are two Ken Griffey Baseball games for the Super Nintendo. I forgot to mention this the time it was mentioned in the group when we were discussing composers for this game...

Lance Barr designed the casing for the original NES, and she was also one of the localizes during Nintendo's heyday, and like-wise had nothing to do with music.

Otasan (Keizo), who is Ota-san the was project coordinator of EAD.

Tony is well... I can't find any information on him.

There is much disambiguation on this subject so it is hard to get a clear confirmation, so it really may only be Hirokazu Tanaka for Tetris & Dr. Mario.

Gamefaqs provides only the easily obtainable credits for the Tengen version of Tetris, so that is utterly useless.

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Ooh, some good info here :) you helped me clarify a few things. I had guessed Nakatsuka worked on super scope 6 already, so that comes as no surprise.
I also wonder who "Saya Saya" is. i checked all the namco-bandai sound team members on vgmdb but nothing jumped out at me.

now I have to go download Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 2, Galaxy Wars, BSX-Bios and Harapeko Bakka too.

there was a bunch that i sent via e-mail a while ago. some of those changes were added to the site, but not all. do you mind if i paste those here as well?

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If it's OK with YK, you can do so. However, the forum rules state not to upload SPCs here.

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i don't mean sets themselves, i just mean composer credits and things the same as you've posted. :p

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Sure! You post them here, I post them on the main list above. However, I usually only account for games that already have been uploaded and either don't have composer info or update the composer info. I also don't account for track-specific composer info here.

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I also don't account for track-specific composer info here


hm, why not? fair enough though. I don't have anything like that at the moment anyway.

Atsu Isemura is Atsuyoshi Isemura (http://snesmusic.org/v2/profile.php?pro ... lected=579 http://snesmusic.org/v2/profile.php?pro ... lected=887)
Yasuhiko Fukuda is Hirohiko Fukuda's real name, so Hirohiko should be treated as the alias instead (his twitter is here: http://twitter.com/YasuhikoFK)

Exhaust Heat -- "Opus Corp" is redundant, and should be removed. Masanao Akahori and others are often blanket-credited under that name.
Granhistoria -- Motoaki is typoed as "Motoki" in the SPC composer fields.
Mega Man X3 -- it was discovered last year that Kinuyo Yamashita composed the entire soundtrack herself (http://vgmdb.net/forums/showthread.php?t=2331)
Nekketsu Tairiku Burning Heroes -- solo soundtrack by Masanao Akahori (source: http://vgmdb.net/album/4251.) Additionally, "Atsushi Enoki" is actually Jun Enoki (a common translation error), if it turns out he did compose for the game then he should at least have the right name.
Pilotwings -- only Soyo Oka composed for this game, same as every soundtrack she worked on with the exception of 3D Hot Rally, as she clarifies on her JCAA page here - http://www.jcaa1970.com/arrangers/konsakka4.htm - it isn't clear what Kondo did for this game, possibly a sound advisor... He isn't credited on this album either - http://vgmdb.net/album/2032.
Super Chase H.Q. -- only composed by Yasuhisa Watanabe. Naoto Yagishita was a sound designer for this and a few other games (http://ng-stg.hp.infoseek.co.jp/gm/name/ya.html)
Super Ice Hockey -- another solo soundtrack by Hayato Matsuo, with Sakimoto again only working as an arranger/programmer (http://sakimoto.cocoebiz.com/discography/index.shtml)
Super Mario All-Stars -- Koji Kondo had no direct involvement with this soundtrack, however most of the tunes are obviously arranged from the NES games. Soyo Oka composed all new music. I think this one warrants a separate discussion so we find all the songs unique to the game.
Super Mario Kart -- should be credited only to Soyo Oka alike Pilotwings, as stated on her JCAA page. It isn't clear what Taro Bando did, but his work history is mostly sound effects. SMK's game credits only list them both under "Sound Composer". Only Oka is credited for the Super Mario Kart track on this album - http://vgmdb.net/album/2426 and finally, she said in her Rocketbaby interview that Princess's Theme and Rainbow Road are her tracks as well. How much more evidence is required? Really...
Syvalion -- only Hayato Matsuo worked on this soundtrack. Koichi Sugiyama was an advisor (he tutored Matsuo on many projects), and it isn't certain what Katsunari Kitajima's role was, possibly sound effects; he isn't credited for any music on the OST's back cover (http://www.vgmdb.net/db/albums.php?id=5920)

also, incomplete sets I know, but this information needs to go somewhere for future reference.
Classic Road (incomplete) -- All the music is composed by Hayato Matsuo. Hitoshi Sakimoto did the SPC arrangement/implementation (source: http://sakimoto.cocoebiz.com/discography/index.shtml + game's opening credits.)
Classic Road 2 (incomplete) -- same as above.

I already fixed most of these sets and sent by e-mail (twice) but they haven't appeared on the site (YK now explained why.) Some others I sent were added though, so thanks for that.

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I posted this in one of the awkward comments pages and I guess nobody noticed but, I had emailed George Sanger about Faceball 2000.
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To: gs@fatman.com Subject: about faceball2000
i really like it a lot, could you share with me about what your
inspiration for it was and how it came about?

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Thanks for the kind words!

The main musician was Joe McDermott.

I'll bcc him, and if you like you can read more about him and contact him through his website.
(joemcdermottmusic.com).

Thanks!
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"A variety of in-game music for the SNES version of Faceball 2000 was
composed by George "The Fat Man" Sanger." - Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faceball_2000

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George Sanger <the_____fatman@gmail.com> Fri, Jul 2, 2010 at 5:45 PM
Change that to "produced." A lot of people confused "music by the fat man and team fat" for my writing the music. Joe was part of Team Fat for many, many years, and is still headquartered in my building. There were four of us.

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it does seem like a pretty large and complicated thing for one person
to do, this is very interesting, who were the other two?

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George Sanger <the______fatman@gmail.com> Sat, Jul 3, 2010 at 11:10 AM
David Govett and Kevin Phelan

I'm keeping the email he replied to me with cesnored because I didn't ask him if it was O.K. to post it (and he didn't reply to me after that) and it seems to be his personal gmail account, if you would like to verify this info for yourselves you can email him at gs@fatman.com like I did at first.


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Looky here!

http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/User:CRV

A list of authors from Canadian copyright records!

That's very helpful. I got some composer info in this fashion by looking up online what the most likely role was.

By the way, it appears GMCL has gone dead... >_<

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yeah :( fortunately the japanese version did get archived on archive.org, so it's not gone forever. i'm hoping the guys at vgmdb will host that information there in future.

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