If there’s any chance you’ve had to step away from Pokémon Sun & Moon in the past week (I really hope you haven’t), have you found yourself with an unbearable itch that just couldn’t be scratched? One that, no matter how hard you tried, couldn’t be satisfied unless you had your 3DS back in your hand with Pokémon booted up?

If you have, don’t worry – we’ve all felt that way at one point or another. But fear not, for there are ways to satiate this feeling! One of my favorite remedies of all time is to listen to the absolutely massive collection of Pokémon music that’s been released on iTunes over the past couple years, ranging from the very first games all the way up to XY.

That is, until today. That’s right, you guessed it – the official Sun & Moon soundtrack has been uploaded to iTunes for your listening pleasure.

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You can get the entire album, which contains a whopping 169 tracks, for $9.99 right off of iTunes, or any specific track that you might want for $0.99. I’ll admit that 169 new songs on your phone at once might be a bit overwhelming, so I’d totally understand if you stuck to just the Team Skull battle theme.

The Pokémon Sun & Moon: Super Music Collection is definitely something worth adding to your music library if you’ve been loving the new releases, especially if you’ve purchased Pokémon music in the past. And if you’ve been playing the new games with your sound turned down this whole time, start listening! Sun & Moon has one of the best soundtracks in the franchise’s history, and you might find that you need to get your hands on at least a couple songs once they hit your ears.


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Written by George Comatas

As a wannabe social media personality and professional in the world of sarcasm, George does his best to always adapt to the changing world around him. He considers himself a maverick: a true-to-heart gamer with the mind of a pop star. Whether this makes him revolutionary or a setback, he's yet to find out. But one thing’s for sure; he's one-of-a-kind.

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