Tag: Super Mario Bros.

2010: The Gray Flannel Suit Year That Was

2010: The Gray Flannel Suit Year That Was

Blogstuff
It's been another fun year for me in running this site, and I'd like to thank all of you who visit regularly, irregularly, or even once.  I'd also like to thank everyone who has helped by contributing comments and post ideas.  It's good to know there's at least a few people out there who enjoy my little corner of the intertubes.  Since we're in the midst of year-end review season, let's take a quick look back at the posting year that was 2010 for The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit. Most Popular Posts This is really what it's all about right?  It's always interesting to me to see what content takes off and what content gets largely ignored.  Since I want to stay positive I'll focus on the former.  So here are the eleven most-popular posts on the site for 2010. #11. Happy Hoff-Day! - Davi
The Super Mario Bros. theme song showcase

The Super Mario Bros. theme song showcase

Games & Toys, Music
In addition to being one of the most popular video games of all time (in fact, it was the best-selling game ever for 20 years) and launching an iconic and endlessly marketable title character, Super Mario Bros. also contributed one of the catchiest and most enduring video game theme songs ever. Officially known as "Ground Theme", it was composed by Koji Kondo, who used Latin rhythms as the song's foundation.  It's the song players hear when the game starts and has been featured in one variation or another throughout the Mario Bros. series.  It's also inspired countless remakes and remixes over the years, from world famous bands to anonymous fans. I present to you but a sampling of some of my favorite takes on "Ground Theme", but begin with the one that started it all: Up first