You're all familiar with "Totaka's Song," right? The short melody by composer Kazumi Totaka that is hidden away inside an indefinite number of Nintendo games? A couple of weeks back, guitarist Kris Escobar made a short rock cover of the tune. Nothing major, just some light fun.
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