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Anniversary album MM25: Mega Man Rocks features six artists

The Mega Man 25th anniversary compilation album from Sumthing Else Music Works and Capcom will feature the first new track in two years from The Protomen, in addition to five other musical artists.

Sumthing Else is a record label and distributor that partners with companies such as BioWare, Sony and Crystal Dynamics on video game music. According to the company's announcement, MM25: Mega Man Rocks will also include music from The Megas, Mega Ran, Arm Cannon, X-Hunters and Bit Brigade. The full tracklist is as follows:

The Protomen

  • "Built To Last" (New Original Song)
  • "The Will Of One"
  • "Breaking Out"

The Megas

  • "The Quick and The Blue" (Quickman from Mega Man 2)
  • "Promise of Redemption" (Bubbleman from Mega Man 2)
  • "Can't Stop The Top" (Top Man from Mega Man 2)


  • All new recordings featuring Mega Man samples
  • "MM9 Medley" (Plug Man, Wily Stage 2, Splash Woman, and Wily Machine 2)
  • "X-Hunters Stage" (X-Hunter Stages 1 + 2 (X2) and Gates Laboratory (X6))
  • "X vs Zero" (Zero's theme from Mega Man X2)

Mega Ran

  • "Wily" (Dr. Wily Stage from Mega Man 2)
  • "Splash" (Splash Woman from Mega Man 9)
  • "20XX" (Intro Stage from Mega Man X) (New Song)

Bit Brigade

  • "Mega Man 2 - Dr. Wily Stage 1" (Mega Man 2)
  • "Mega Man 2 - Air Man Stage" (Mega Man 2)
  • "Full Outro" (Mega Man 2)

Arm Cannon

  • "Mangnet Mang" (Mega Man 3)
  • "Hi, I'm Mark Spandrill" (Spark Man theme/Spark Mandrill theme from Mega Man 3/Mega Man X)
  • "Borrow Mega Nuke" (Boomer Kuwanger theme from Mega Man X)

Songs will either feature or be inspired by different samples from the Mega Man series. You can preview the album through Sumthing Else.

MM25: Mega Man Rocks is currently available for pre-order for $9.99. The album will be available as a digital download through Sumthing Else, iTunes, Amazon and other online retailers Oct. 29.

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