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Killer Cuts is a soundtrack album released and packaged with the video game Killer Instinct on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in August 30, 1995.

Despite being official tracks, the songs "The Way U Move" and "It's A Jungle" are not included in the original arcade version of Killer Instinct, nor the SNES version (and to an extent, the Game Boy version).

However, years later, "The Way U Move" would serve as the credits theme of the 2013 reboot game.
Also, "It's A Jungle" would be added as part of the reboot's practice mode, where the players can choose backgrounds for the training stage along with the themes represented in Killer Cuts-style-order, as shown here.

The second half of Eyedol's theme, "The Extreme", is the official credits theme for all versions of the original Killer Instinct, as well as the main theme "The Instinct". Unfortunately, "The Instinct" was excluded from the credits of the Game Boy version, due to data storage issues.

The song "Freeze" is the only stage theme that does not (specifically) belong to any character on the original roster.

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