Animal Crossing is a popular video game in which the player assumes the role of mayor, establishing friendships with the town’s Animal residents while maintaining a beautiful village. Animal Crossing was first released for Nintendo 64 in Japan in 2001, then North America in 2002, and finally Europe in 2005. Animal Crossing is one of Nintendo’s most beloved franchises, having spawned many Animal Crossing spin-off games, Animal Crossing manga (Japanese comics), and many pieces of Animal Crossing music. Animal Crossing contains several songs that are only available in specific time periods throughout the game. The first song you will hear is K.K. Song , an instrumental piece played during the daytime hours at your Animal Crossing town starting at 8:00 A.M., though it may be paused and resumed at anytime by saying K.K. Slider’s name into your microphone or by ringing your Animal Crossing: Wild World town’s bells (the default is 8:00 P.M.). After you establish a friendship with K.K. Slider, he will play songs for you every Saturday night at the Roost. Animal Crossing: Wild World is a spin-off Animal Crossing game released exclusively for use on Nintendo’s handheld DS system. Animal Crossing: Wild World contains several of Animal Crossing’s songs, but with some differences. Animal Crossing: Wild World also contains many new songs created especially for Animal Crossing: Wild World . The first of Animal Crossing’s many songs is the Animal Forest Theme , which plays during Animal Forest e+’s title screen. Animal Forest e+ was Animal Crossing’s second installment, released for GameCube in Japan in 2003 and North America in 2005. Animal Crossing: Wild World ‘s first song is one of its most well-known, The City .
Bjork, born Björk Gudmundsdottir on November 21st 1965, is a singer-songwriter who has written and sung songs in English and Icelandic. Bjork has always been known for her rather unique music style; people often find it hard to classify her music under any existing genre (read more about Bjork’s style here ). Bjork has