I never liked Star Trek, but I do remember seeing at least one Star Trek film awhile back. Near the end of that one, I remember seeing one character play some classic rock from some kind of miniature storage media. I also remember being totally amazed by the thought, hoping we'd see something like that in the future.
Well, the future is now... for Japanese Club Nintendo members. The bastards that get everything cool also get this SD card packed with musical goodness. Even though this almost seems to promote piracy, you can't deny the Do Want-ness of this exclusive Club Nintendo item. Brett Martin sends along pictures of this Nintendo Music Collection, packed with 128mb of musical goodness.
His forum post says that he needs a bit more Japanese training to read the card contents, so I'll help him out. The card contains songs from:
Even though it's been said a million times already, I really wish we had our own Club Nintendo. I'd kill for most of the stuff they get.
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