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20 Feb - 3 min - Uploaded by Frogbug Track 36 - Megalomania Live A Live (C) Squaresoft. The full original soundtrack to the Japan only SNES RPG. Composed by Yoko Shimomura! Live a Live: Nice weather, ain't it?. 18 Nov - 15 min - Uploaded by Baddadibbi Dibbibanga Extended mix of the boss theme from Live-A-Live. God damn, why does every SNES RPG have.
24 Jul - 2 min - Uploaded by SNESMDOST 1. Live A Live - Live-A-Live. SNESMDOST. Loading Unsubscribe from SNESMDOST. Live A Live is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square for the Super Famicom, and released on September 2, LIVE A LIVE Original Sound Version is the soundtrack of Live A Live, composed by Yoko Shimomura. Tracklist LIVE-A-LIVE (), SELECT-A-LIVE ().
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