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=Sets with missing composer info=
Acme Animation Factory: Nick Stroud, Steve Collett
Armor Police Metal Jack: Kazuo Sawa, Masahiro Koyama
Art of Fighting: Seisuke Ito
Barbie Vacation Adventure: Paul Tonge
Battle Cars: David Whittaker
Beavis and Butthead: Eric Swanson, Greg Turner
Bioworm: Mitsuru Kamiyama
Bishoujo Janshi Suchie-Pai: Atsu Isemura
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S: Fuwa Fuwa Panic: Kenichi Ohkuma
Brawl Brothers: Atsu Isemura, Yasuhiko Takashiba
Congo The Movie - Secret of Zinj: Brian Schmidt
Cyber Knight 2: Sakai Yoshikatu, Sakai Kyouko
Darius Force: Yoshio Watanabe
Dragon's Earth: Koji Niikura
ESPN Speedworld: Rex Baca, Joe Hight
F1 Grand Prix Parts II/III: Naoki Itamura
Fatal Fury: Shrimp H
Fatal Fury 2: Kennosuke Sumera, Shrimp H
Fatal Fury Special: Seisuke Ito
Final Fight 2: Yasuaki Fujita, Mari Yamaguchi, Yuki Iwai, Tetsuya Nishimura
Frantic Flea: John Anguish
Full Throttle Racing: Neil Biggin
Galaxy Wars: Kazuo Sawa
Gegege no Kitaro: Tomoyuki Hamada, Kohiro Ito, Kunihiro Komatsu
Home Improvement: Jim Wallace, Steve Melillo, Mark Van Hecke, Dan Foliart
Humans: Ian Howe
Jaki Crush: Masanobu Tsukamoto
Jeopardy!: Mark Van Hecke
Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 2: Katsuhiro Hayashi
Kawasaki Carribean Challenge: Jeff Tveraas
Kouryuuki: Yoko Kanno
Megaman Soccer: Oka, Tomi, Noririn (Norihiko Togashi)
Mighty Max: Krisalis
Ms. Pac-Man: Matt Schneider
On the Ball: Zuntata
Pac-Attack: Saya-Saya
Pac-in-Time: Frederic Motte
Power Instinct: H. Aoki, M. Okibe
Rocko's Modern Life: Nu Romantic Productions
Rocky Rodent: Rikei Hirashima
Ryuuko no Ken 2: Hiroo Ikeda, Seisuke Ito, T. Tokiyo
Slayers: Koji Yamada
Speedy Gonzales in Los Gatos Bandidos: M.T.W. Cooksey (Mark Cooksey?)
Star Trek - Deep Space Nine - Crossroads of Time: Attila Dobos, Attila Heger, Gabor Kis, Andras Magyari, Steve Zuckermann
Street Racer: Allister Brimble
Sugoi Hebereke: Hitoshi Sakimoto
Super Buster Bros.: Tetsuya Nishimura, Ojal
Total Carnage: Byte Size Sound
Virtual Bart: Mark Ganus, Kingsley Thurber, Eric Nunamaker, James Hebdon
WWF Raw: Dean Morrell, Mark Ganus, Kingsley Thurber, Scott Freeman.
X-Zone: S. Yamaguchi
Ys 4: Yoshiaki Kubodera, Masanori Hikichi, Miyoko Kobayashi, Tomohiro Endo, Hiroo Tengenji

=Alternate composer identities=
Anie: Tetsuya Nishimura
Atsu Isemura: Atsutoshi Isemura
Chackey: Tsuyoshi Tanaka
DJ M. True: Mitsuru Takahashi
H. Kobayashi: Hiroshi Kobayashi
Hiroshi: Hiroshi Kimura
Hiya/Hiya Unit (same person): Hiyamuta
K'Mixa: Koujiro Mikusa
K. Yamazaki: Kenji Yamazaki
Kiyoshida: Masakatsu Maekawa
LX Rudis: Alex Rudis
M. Kitaoka/M. Kirioka: Maki Kirioka
M.C. Noric: Nori Atsumi
N. Yagishita: Naoto Yagishita
SHO: Shotaro Sasaki
Takano: Go Takano
Takeuchi: Keiji Takeuchi
Team Help: Koji Niikuma
V-Tomozoh: Makoto Tomozawa
Y. Suzuki: Yasuyuki Suzuki
Yasu: Kazuyasu Hiroe

=Additions Go Here=
Composer additions:
3x3 Eyes: Seima Korin Den: Kennosuke Suemura (from GMCL)
Tsuppari Oozumou - Rissin Syusse-hen: Kenji Kaain (actual gameplay: Japanese name is けいじん かあいん)
Mortal Kombat: David Ross, Steve Aguirre (MobyGames)
Mortal Kombat II: Mark Ganus (MobyGames)
Mortal Kombat III: Mark Ganus, Roy Wilkins (MobyGames)
World Cup Striker: Allister Brimble (Allister Brimble's offical home page: See PDF file for proof)
X-Men Mutant Acopolayse: Setsuo Yamamoto (GMCL)
GP-1: Opus (Masanao Akahori and Jun Enoki at the very least) (ROM text)
Outlander: Mark Knight (VGMuseum)
Hanafuda Ou: Masato Miyamoto (GMCL)
Harapeko Bakka: Toshiyuki Takine (GMCL)
Lord Monarch: Takashi Kutsukake (GMCL)
Magical Taruruto Kun - Magic Adventure: Norihiko Togashi (GMCL)
Space Invaders: Katsuhisa Ishikawa (listed as Babi in MobyGames), Kennosuke Suemura (ROM text, GMCL and MobyGames)
Sugoi Hebereke: Naoki Kodaka (GMCL)
Thoroughbred Breeder 2: Tsukasa Tawada (GMCL)
Last Action Hero: Shahid Ahmid (MobyGames)
Beethoven's 2nd: Fred Porter (ROM text)
Bobby's World: Fred Porter (ROM text)
Dragon's Earth: Hiroyuki Naka, Hiroshi Taniguchi (Screenshots from an online website containing proof. See this page for partial staff roll, which contains composer.)

Corrections/Alternative Idenities Additions:
Armor Police Metal Jack has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (Sawa = Kazuo Sawa, Koyama = Masahiro Koyama)
Bishoujo Janshi Suchie-Pai has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (ISE = Atsu Isumura)
Darius Force has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (Watanabe = Yoshio Watanabe, Tanabe = Yukihiko Tanabe)
Power Instinct has alternative identies for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (H. Aoki = Hidehito Aoki, M. Okibe = Misaki Okibe)

Other Additions:
Coron Land: Tomoyuki Hamada (ROM text)
Demon's Crest: Sato (CD appears to list this composer on it: Special Thanks goes to this page for the actual reference.)
Demon's Crest: Yuki Iwai (AKA Sato) (See above...)
Pagemaster: Steve Collett, Nick Stroud (When I originally got to the staff roll, I saw these two names.
FIFA Soccer '96: Andy Brock and Andrew Barnabas (Look in the staff roll. Under SNES Music and SFX, both names are listed.)
Uniracers: Colin Anderson (See http://dailly.blogspot.com/2008/10/uniracerscredits.html . KungFuFurby AKA the person that posted this actually asked the question about the people on the Whodunnit screen... to Mike Daily, who worked at DMA Design on the SNES/C64...)
Dragon Ball Z - Super Gokuuden Totsugeki Hen: Kenji Yamamoto (2), SWITCH-E, Booing Boo, Chiro, and Toro (actual gameplay... try this for a password to access staff roll: おだやかなこころをもちながらはげしいいかりによってめざめたでんせつのせんしスーパーサイヤじんそんごくうだ. This is from an online source.)
(Whoops, this is for the unreleased set! My bad...)
Final Fight 2 (from strugglepoo) - Bun Bun (Yasuaki Fujita), Mari (Mari Yamaguchi), Yuki (Yuki Iwai), and Anie (Tetsuya Nishimura). (See screenshot on this page)
Battle Racers has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (Year Hayashi = Katsuhiro Hayashi)
Suzuki Aguri no F-1 Super Driving has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (Katuhiro Hayashi = Katsuhiro Hayashi)
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Katsuhiro Hayashi (Offical page for this composer gives this game for composer info... see this page for info.)
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R: Katsuhiro Hayashi (Offical page for this composer gives this game for composer info... see this page for info.)
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon - Another Story: Katsuhiro Hayashi (Offical page for this composer gives this game for composer info... see this page for info. This is listed as Sailor Moon RPG in Japanese... an attempt to get the last Angel/Bandai game by this composer has currently failed due to confusion on what game it is. Other than that, the Sailor Moon S listed on the page appears to be for the unreleased set, so I'm not bothering with that unless I play through the game.)
Pirates of Dark Water has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (Phase Out = Atsushi Mihiro) (How do I know this? Look at the Staff Roll for Sugoi Hebereke on GDRI and you'll see why. Next to Phase Out is Atsushi Mihiro.)
Radical Rex: Marshall Parker (Wait at the Title Screen, then the staff roll will eventually pop up. Marshall Parker is listed under Music.)
Super V.G: Masakatsu Maekawa (ROM text proves it... you can look for either the first name or last name in the file and you'll get the name. Look in the SPC file: It appears there too! ^_^)
Spanky's Quest has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (Inata = Masako Inata)
Aryol: Masako Inata (Listed as M. Inata in the Staff Roll under Composer)
Super International Cricket: Marshall Parker (Manual for this game has the staff roll.)

Ultra League Moero Soccer Taisen: Kazuo Sawa (Listed as DSP in the staff roll. See GDRI for staff roll.)
Micro Machines: Richard Frankish (ROM text proves it. Search for the composer's name and you get "(C) MOTIVETIME 1994 by Richard Frankish" .)
Mega Man VII has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (Ippo = Ippo Yamada, interview proves this. See the Information Station or Comments pages...)

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S - Kondo wa Puzzle de Oshioki yo!: Harumi Fujita (Actual mention in staff roll, which was translated from Japanese. Appears under what appears to be みゅーじっく こんぽーざー, or Music Composer, and the name listed under this is ふじた はるみ. See this video on YouTube for the staff roll in Japanese.)
Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling: Chousenshi in Tokyo Dome has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (Hamasan = Yusuke Takahama? GMCL has one of Yusuke Takahama's alternative identities as Hama.)
Barbie Super Model: Danny Toft (I contacted Matt Harmon for this one. I sent this as a question: "I've got a question for you about Barbie Super Model for the SNES. Do you know who did the sound for that game? I have a picture of the credits that shows the names of the people, but not what role they had in the game." The response was: "I believe it was Danny Toft.")
Shin SD Sengokuden Taisyo Retsuden: Michiya Hirasawa and Tsukushi Sasaki (Both have actual mentions in the staff roll. Tsukushi Sasaki is mentioned by first name only. This video on NicoVideo has the staff roll. You can find their names on 4:40, both in Japanese.)
King of the Monsters 2 has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (M. Maekawa = Masakatsu Maekawa)
Hyper V-Ball: Naoki Itamura (ROM text)
Columns: Hikoshi Hashimoto (GMCL)
Undake 30 - Same Game Mario Version: LU.Iwabuchi and Kazumi-TYPE (ROM text. The text is as following: "SFX SOUND DRIVER Version 1.17b Copyright(c) 1993-95 Hudson Soft Program : LU.Iwabuchi Driver : Kazumi-TYPE". I am assuming Kazumi-TYPE is a different person.)
Dirt Trax FX: Mark Ganus, Kingsley Thurber (nensondubois gave the composer info)
Tetris & Dr. Mario: Hirokazu Tanaka, Howard Lincoln (nensondubois gave the composer info)
Bomberman B-Daman: Kenyuu Nukita (Misidentified one character in the staff roll... this is NOT Kenyuu Mekita. Sorry, folks.)
GP-1: Lucky Ken, Mr. Hamada, Aoki Hachi, (nensondubois gave the composer info)
Mario's No Super Picross: Toshiyuki Ueno (nensondubois gave the composer info)
Woops, nevermind. I ddin't check the game before posting composer info for Mario picross.
Nightmare Busters has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (M. Golgevit = Michel Golgevit, O. Rabat = Olivier Rabat) (How was I able to decode this? Well, I looked up the last names, and got first names that began with the same letter. The last names matched as well, thus I have determined these two are most likely the correct names.)
Wrecking Crew 98 ~ original only (Hirozana 'hip' Tonaka) how was this missed?
Super Scope 6: Naoto Ishida, Akito Nakatsuka ((nensondubois gave the composer info)
Mega Man X3: Kinuyo Yamashita did all of the music (source: http://www.originalsoundversion.com/?p=5413) guessing all the composers added there already are from the "Capcom Music Generation Rockman X1~6" OST which contains the arranged PS version
(You sure? ~ KungFuFurby)
Eiji Miyabi is actually Akinori Sawa... thus, for SD Hiryuu no Ken, Akinori Sawa and Eiji Miyabi are the same person. Source: GMCL
Correction for Wrecking Crew 98 (original only) ~ Hirokazu Tanaka, not Hirozana Tonaka
BSX-Bios - Naoto Ishida, Akito Nakatsuka (nensondubois gave the composer info) These people are famous for their Nintendo style "swing" music.
Baby T-Rex: Marshall Parker (nensondubois gave the composer info)
All Nu romantic Productions games including Rocko's Modern Life: Mark Steven Miller (Nu Romantic Productions) ((nensondubois gave the composer info)

Ranma 1/2 ~ Ougi Jaanken: Toshio Okamoto (actual gameplay)
Hunchback of Notre Dame (SGB: Mark Ortiz: nensondubois gave composer info)
Dirt Trax FX (added composer: James Hebdon ~ nensondubois gave composer info)
Marvel Super Heroes ~ War of the Gems: Takane Okubo (Online resource. See http://www.lares.dti.ne.jp/~beat/keirek.html . Beat Maniac is AKA Takane Okubo.)
Zen Nihon GT Senshuken: Hyper Battle Game ~ Kudo Hiroshi (Actual mention via ROM text.)
Yoshi's Cookie: Noriko Nishizaka (nensondubois gave the composer info)
ExciteBike: Bun Bun Mario Battle Stadium 4 (Super Mario Excitebike): Yuichi Ozaki (nensondubois gave composer info)
Based off of what ita gave for comoposer info for Supapoon DX, Nobu, from the staff roll for Supapoon, is actually Nobuhiro Ohuchi, also showing up as Nobu in the staff roll. Source: Comparisons from the staff roll in GDRI and what ita gave for composer info
Based off of what the 2ch Community gave for comoposer info for Yuu Yuu Hakusho, Koujimaro is actually Kouji Nakagawa. Source: Comparisons from the staff roll in GDRI and what 2ch Community gave for composer info
Miracle Girls has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (Eiko = Eiko Kaneda)
Hikoshi Hashimoto's Compose List: http://hikoshi.matrix.jp/prof/index.shtml
Target Entertainment (Yusuke Takahama) Compose List: http://www.target-ent.com/gamelist.html
Waku Waku Ski Wonder Shoot: Chiyomaru Shikura, Kaori Takazoe (GDRI has the staff roll. See http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/Special:AWCforum/st/id2/limit:15,15/#last .)
Pure Sound's Work List: http://www.puresound-net.co.jp/kiseki/otherworks.pl
Kablooey has alternative idenities for composers, with none of them being additions, just updates (Hiro = Hiroyuki Masuno) (Blitz Lunar gave me the composer info for this one.)
Two Five's Work List (Until June, 2000) http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.twofive.co.jp/corp.html
A.Suda: Akira Suda? (GBC Blaster Master: Enemy Below. Sound Creator)
Z Yamanaka: Seiji Yamanaka (GB Hercules no Eikou: Ugokidashita Kamigami. Sound Programmer)
Shrimp H., Ebiten, Ebihara: Hiroshi Ebihara (Shrimp = 海老(Ebi), H. = Hara or Hiroshi)
Multi Play Volleyball: Toshiyuki Takine (http://www.iris.dti.ne.jp/~takipony/JOB/ , which is Takine's offical website. Contains this game as "Super Volley" and lists "Pack In Video" as the company.)
Team X-Fade Home Page: http://x-fade.oc.to/
D FLAT JAPON (Katsunari Kitajima) Work List: http://www.dflat.jp/About.html
(Revise the composer info, game misidentification from GMCL: Yasuhiko Takashiba did not work on the music for Brawl Brothers AKA Rushing Beat Ran. The Kanji did not match when looking up the Japanese version staff roll. The name in Japanese from the staff roll is 内田 哉 . That would be Hajime Uchida. Atsuyoshi Isemura is still confirmed for composer info from the Japanese version staff roll.)
Mahou Poi Poi Poitto!: Sven Maz (http://vgmdb.net/album/7972 contains the composer info. Not even mentioned in the in-game staff roll. This same name (minus the Sven) appears in Dharma Dojo and Super Tekkyuu Fight!!. In Dharma Doujou's case, there's nothing under the audio category in the staff roll despite some development credits.)
Cube's work list: http://www.cube-sound.co.jp/zpr.html
Keijin, Shake Keijin: Keiji Yamagishi; Kaorin: Kaori Nakabai (Genesis - Tecmo Super Bowl sound staff: http://project2612.org/details.php?id=600)
AKA ISHIBASHI: Koichi Ishibashi (It is the same person both)
Nori Atsumi, M. C. Noric: Norihiro Atsumi (渥美徳弘)(Axes Art Amuse president http://1010.co.jp/axes.html)


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