Opening Titles

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Opening Titles
Composer Trevor Jones
Released 1986-06-23
Title Origin Official

Opening Titles is a song composed by Trevor Jones for the Jim Henson movie Labyrinth. In the movie the song plays at the title screen and the song is track 1 on the official soundtrack where it is combined with the song Underground.

Games

Labyrinth: Maze of the Goblin King (FC)

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Labyrinth: Maze of the Goblin King (FC)
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Arranger Tsukasa Masuko
Released 1987-01-07
Length 0:54.37 (Opening Titles), 0:47.99 (Rescued Toby), 0:18.82 (Unused)
Format NSF
Loops Yes (Opening Titles), Yes (Rescued Toby), N/A (Unused)
Tsukasa Masuko arranged the iconic title song three different ways for the Famicom release of Labyrinth. The first version is heard at the title of the game and comes from track 2 in the NSF file, a looping track. It is the bulk of the Opening Titles song. The second version is played when you rescue Toby near the end of the game. It has a different intro to the song composed by Masuko, but the remainder is a reworking of Opening Titles. This one is track 13 in the NSF file. The final version of the song is unused in the game. It's just the first couple bars in a loop (track 15 in the NSF file).

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