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Be Moved by Jason Sturgill’s Orchestral Versions of ‘X-Men’ and ‘Street Fighter 2′ Themes

By way of processes and talent that we will never, ever understand, musician Jason Sturgill has recorded a beautiful orchestra-style version of the theme from the 1990s animated series, X-Men. Composed by Ron Wasserman, the original version was a guitar-heavy affair that fit well with the animated Marvel-style action, while Sturgill’s orchestral arrangement is more suspenseful and dramatic, and perhaps exposes some of Wasserman’s debt to the classic Perry Mason theme.

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Sturgill’s also recorded an orchestral arrangement of Guile’s theme from Street Fighter II, which you can hear after the jump.

Based in Louisville, Kentucky, Jason Sturgill has recorded a number of original compositions in addition to his geeky recreations. You can hear more of his music at Band Camp or Soundcloud.

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