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Volume 4

by The OneUps

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destroyhead Another very good album from The OneUps with Ryu's theme always a highlight. Favorite track: Ryu [Street Fighter II].
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pghm They just keep coming up with great a selection of songs. Even though they skipped one number in the album naming, they didn't drop a beat here. Who else would cover the Sim City theme?! Favorite track: The Streets of SimCity [SimCity].
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Loud Tristero The OneUps bring their own unique blend to video game music, surprising you with a different take on a song you may have heard countless times before. When one hears such sounds, one can only think... The OneUps! Favorite track: Primetime (Menu Select) [Metroid Prime].
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the monkey handler The OG's still OG'ing Favorite track: A Cimeria (Reach for the Summit) [Celeste].
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dr34mc4s7 I was so surprised when I saw the announcement of this album in Early 2019. I'm always happy to hear more OneUps, and this album is a great evolution of their classic sound. So many great tracks, and so many great styles. An instant classic. Favorite track: Dire, Dire Docks [Super Mario 64].
Doctor, Doctor Wily Doctor, Doctor Wily Yeah Mega Man's going to get you, Mega Man's going to get you, Mega Man's going to get you, Mega Man's going to get you now Mega Man's going to get you, Mega Man's going to get you, Mega Man's going to get you now Mega Man, oh Mega Man You've got to fight For what's right Tonight!
Rocket Rap Rocket Rap, y'all
Alcance o céu vamos nós No nosso caminho Estou com medo Algo está me parando Subindo alto, Não importa o que Eu vou ver o ápice uma parte de mim Me segura de volta Deixando você fora Indo sozinho Para o topo, Parte de mim, não permitirá Continuarei


The EIGHTH studio album from The OneUps! Featuring 10 guest performers and an eclectic mix of styles, there's something for everyone on the latest installment from one of the longest running video game cover bands on the POW Block.
"We hope this album brings a smile to your face; that something on it conjures a nostalgic memory that makes you feel happy. Thank you for listening for 17 years. ❤️"


released May 23, 2019

The OneUps Are:
Tim Yarbrough - Guitars, Bass, Vocals
William Carlos Reyes - Guitars, Bass, Vocals, Percussion
Mustin - Bass, Synths, Keys, Vocals, Percussion
Jared Dunn - Drums, Synths, Bass, Vocals, Percussion

Featuring the Guest Talents of:
Anthony Lofton - Tenor & Soprano Saxophones, Piano
Elizabeth Lyon-Ballay - Violin
Kunal Majmudar - Synths, Keys
Yusef Kelliebrew - Drums
Robbie Benson - Keys
David Ortiz - Trumpets
Matt Beach - Trombones
Matthew Bridges - Bass
Adams Collins - Banjo
Garrett Jones - Acoustic Bass

Artwork by Cubosh (cubosh.com)
Mixing & Mastering by Frank van 't Ende for DiggiDis Productions (twitter.com/diggidis)
Original "The OneUps Logo" Designed by Mykola Dosenko (myk31.com)
Revised "The OneUps Logo" by Archetype Productions


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A musical collective hailing from Fayetteville, Arkansas, The OneUps are widely praised for their intricate and eclectic approach to their performance of video game music. The line up has often changed but the music never disappoints.

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