Banjo-Kazooie is sure to be the top of any gamer’s lists of favorite inactive game franchises. Although there hasn’t been a proper entry since 2008’s Nuts & Bolts, the fire of the series still burns strong. Perhaps that’s nowhere more evident than inside former Rare Audio Director, Grant Kirkhope. Last year, Kirkhope released the full Banjo Tooie Soundtrack and blessed the Banjo-Kazooie Symphony project. Now he has released Banjo-Kazooie: Everything and the Kitchen Sink!
The release is a compilation of literally every musical composition in the N64 game, going so far to even include the Nintendo & Rare Logo tune. The soundtrack clocks in at a whopping 164 tracks and includes multiple variations of certain songs (such as 23 versions of Click Clock Wood).
The soundtrack can be purchased over at Bandcamp for multiple formats at a pay-what-you-want price.