Press quotes on The Greatest Bits' previous album "Mega Man 2":
"A wonderful blend of 8 bit beeps and drones with a whole new modern twist. I am happy to give this a rating of 97%" (theretrogamesnews.com)
"The Greatest Bits manages to keep everything sounding simultaneously cheap and blippy yet full and modern. Most importantly, as some of the more challenging 8-bit artists either ignore or choose to contradict, this sounds fun, and fun is what video games are supposed to be about." (Roctober Magazine)
"The Greatest Bits releases finely mixed, loud and proud video game arrangements that knock harder than Takashi Tateishi could have ever imagined!" (DJ Cutman on videogamedj.com)
The album Donkey Kong Country includes a lot of music that has been used in the current Wii video game Donkey Kong Country Returns, but also a couple of classics that haven't been reissued since the first Donkey Kong Country (SNES) video game release in 1994.