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Smooth McGroove performs a cappella version of DuckTales' The Moon theme

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Singer and YouTube star, Smooth McGroove, performed and posted an a cappella version of the The Moon theme from DuckTales.

Gleason has recorded numerous classic video game a capella covers, including Guile theme from Street Fighter 2, The Legend of Zelda Overworld theme and the Dr. Wily Stage from Mega Man 2. He has even recorded a Pokémon theme parody a cappella called "Try To Catch a Few."

The Smooth McGroove YouTube channel has 193,474 subscribers and roughly 9 million views. The singer has a 22-track album out on iTunes for $9.99 featuring a capella covers of video game classics.

Smooth McGroove, whose real name is Max Gleason, recently told GamesBeat that he quit his full-time music teaching job to focus full-time on recording.

In March, Capcom announced DuckTales Remastered will launch this summer for $14.99 on PlayStation Network, 1200 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live Arcade and $15 on the Wii U eShop. It is currently in development at WayForward.