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|title=<center>Super Mario Land ft. MC Mario (music video)</center>
 
|image=Super mario lnad gamescanner 01.jpg
 
|image=Super mario lnad gamescanner 01.jpg
 
|imagecaption=The single's cover.
 
|imagecaption=The single's cover.
|status=<span style="color: #36782c;">'''Found'''</span>
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|status=<span style="color:green;">'''Found'''</span>
|datefound=23 July 2014
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|datefound=23 Jul 2014
 
|foundby=Anonymous
 
|foundby=Anonymous
 
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In the early 1990s, the band Ambassadors of Funk teamed up with Nintendo to make a Hip Hop album based on games in the ''Super Mario Bros.'' series. These songs were later released on an album named ''Super Mario Compact Disco''.
In the early 1990's, Ambassadors of Funk teamed up with Nintendo to make a Hip Hop album based on games in the Super Mario Bros. series.
 
  
 
==Release==
 
==Release==
While the album was only released in Japan in 1993, on March 21st, 1993. one song, based on Super Mario Land, was released worldwide as a single on 7" and 12" records and on CD and as of 2009, it is on iTunes. A promotional video was made for the song.
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While the album was only released in Japan on March 21st, 1993, one song, based on ''Super Mario Land'', was released worldwide as a single on 7" and 12" records, on CD, and as of 2009, it is on iTunes. '''A promotional video was made for the song'''.
  
The video was up on YouTube for a while but was removed due to a copyright claim by Living Beat Records. Images of the video were uploaded to [http://www.dorkly.com/post/57745/the-dumbest-videogame-tie-in-song-that-was-actually-a-hit Dorkly] in a review of the video.
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The video was up on YouTube for a while but was removed due to a copyright claim by Living Beat Records. However, the video has also been uploaded to other websites, such as Dailymotion. Images and gifs of the video were uploaded to Dorkly in a review of the video.<ref>[http://www.dorkly.com/post/57745/the-dumbest-videogame-tie-in-song-that-was-actually-a-hit Dorkly's review of the music video.] Retrieved 12 Jul '14</ref>
 
 
== Summary ==
 
It was filmed at the Chessington World Of Adventures, and possibly another location. It featured "MC Mario" singing along to the song, 2 dancers, and a guy in a Mario costume (who could barely move) dancing in a wild west town, and in some parts in the "Mystic East" and some people on some of the rides in the WOA park.
 
  
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==Summary==
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It was filmed at the Chessington World Of Adventures, and possibly another location. It featured "M.C. Mario" singing along to the song, two dancers, and a person in a Mario costume dancing in a Wild West-themed attraction, the "Mystic East" attraction in the World Of Adventures and some of the other rides at the park.
  
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==Gallery==
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{{Video|perrow  =1
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  |description1 =The ''Super Mario Land'' music video.
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}}
 
<gallery mode=packed heights=100px>
 
<gallery mode=packed heights=100px>
File:MArio Dance 1.gif|Mario did this move a lot.
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File:MArio Dance 1.gif|A move Mario did in the video.
File:MC Mario.jpg|MC Mario, and Mario.
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File:MC Mario.jpg|M.C. Mario, and Mario.
File:Mario Dance 3.jpg|There were a few crane shots like this.
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File:Mario Dance 3.jpg|One of the "crane shots."
 
File:Mario Dance 2.gif|Another dance shot.
 
File:Mario Dance 2.gif|Another dance shot.
 
File:MArio Slide.png|Another shot at a theme park.
 
File:MArio Slide.png|Another shot at a theme park.
File:DSCN0409.jpg|Another filming location
 
 
File:Filename-dsc00589-jpg.jpg|Filming location at a theme park.
 
File:Filename-dsc00589-jpg.jpg|Filming location at a theme park.
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File:DSCN0409.jpg|Another filming location.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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==See Also==
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*[[After Hours "Why Mario is Secretly a Douchebag" cut content (partially found original version of internet animation; 2012)]]
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*[[Cinemassacre Extra "Motherfuckin' Mario" (partially found YouTube live stream recording; 2016)]]
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*[[Club Mario (partially found live-action segments of "The Super Mario Bros. Super Show" animated series; 1990)]]
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*[[King Koopa's Kool Kartoons (partially found live-action "Super Mario Bros" spinoff TV program; 1989-1990)]]
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*[[Super Mario 64 Big Star Secret (partially found YouTube screamer video; 2007-2012)]]
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*[[Super Mario Bros. (partially found deleted scenes of Nintendo game-based film; 1993)]]
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*[[Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen! (found anime/manga adaption of video game series; 1986)]]
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*[[Super Mario Bros. Super Show (partially lost live-action segments of TV program; 1989)]]
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*[[The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 "Mind Your Mummy Mommy, Mario" (found original "Wipeout" cover audio of animated series episode; 1990)]]
  
==It has been found !==
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==Reference==
 
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{{reflist}}
 
 
{{#ev:dailymotion|http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x21xt1n_ambassadors-of-funk-featuring-mc-mario-supermarioland_music|640x480|center||frame}}
 
  
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[[Category:Found media|Super Mario Land]]

Latest revision as of 02:12, 14 December 2020

Super mario lnad gamescanner 01.jpg

The single's cover.

Status: Found

Date found: 23 Jul 2014

Found by: Anonymous

In the early 1990s, the band Ambassadors of Funk teamed up with Nintendo to make a Hip Hop album based on games in the Super Mario Bros. series. These songs were later released on an album named Super Mario Compact Disco.

Release

While the album was only released in Japan on March 21st, 1993, one song, based on Super Mario Land, was released worldwide as a single on 7" and 12" records, on CD, and as of 2009, it is on iTunes. A promotional video was made for the song.

The video was up on YouTube for a while but was removed due to a copyright claim by Living Beat Records. However, the video has also been uploaded to other websites, such as Dailymotion. Images and gifs of the video were uploaded to Dorkly in a review of the video.[1]

Summary

It was filmed at the Chessington World Of Adventures, and possibly another location. It featured "M.C. Mario" singing along to the song, two dancers, and a person in a Mario costume dancing in a Wild West-themed attraction, the "Mystic East" attraction in the World Of Adventures and some of the other rides at the park.

Gallery

The Super Mario Land music video.

See Also

Reference