Spinball's music was a super last minute change so I would imagine copies sent to the press for review would have had the old music. Might be worth checking old TV shows from around that era - we don't really think of it as such, but Spinball was a fairly big deal on launch so it should have its fair share of coverage (second most important game for Christmas 1993 after Aladdin?) Speaking of Spinball, something that will end up on Sonic/Sega Retro at some point: https://archive.org/details/megaaction11/page/n79/mode/2up Mega Action magazine compares all the Sonic games and claims Spinball is the best (after Sonic CD). None of these old magazines are particularly good at the whole "reviewing" thing (aka perhaps best not to get hung up on what a 91% perfect Mega Drive game looks like), but I do find these contemporary opinions fascinating. What people expected out of video games has changed radically in the last 30 years, and it goes a long way to explaining why certain genres have never taken off in the UK (e.g. RPGs). Gunstar Heroes - 60-70% in 1993. Highly rated in 2020.