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Episode 178: Discordienting

John Rairdin helps Radio Trivia clean off its mud (because dirty is meaner than clean).

Episode 150:The Best of What We Missed

Show Notes

Matt and Kris are joined by Vicky to go over the best songs they neglected to cover in previous episodes.

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Marcato Radio: Community Showcase Edition

Episodes

Marcato Radio returns! In this special installment, the first half of the playlist consists of VGM picks from the discord community, and the second half consists of original tracks by a handful of talented marcato fam composers! Enjoy!

The Ninja Warriors Once Again - Hiroyuki Iwatsuki - Jubei (Stage 5 Boss)

OMORI - Pedro Silva - Gator Gambol

Intelligent Qube - Takayuki Hattori - Ecliptic

Pushmo World - Shoh Murakami - Exciting World

Bahamut Lagoon - Noriko Matsueda - Friendship

Pokemon Legends: Arceus - Hitomi Sato - Crimson Mirelands 1

The Messenger - Rainbowdragoneyes - Quillshroom's Horrors

Triangle Strategy - Akira Senju - Merriment

Tower of Heaven - flashygoodness - Luna Ascension

Dragon Quest II - Koichi Sugiyama - My Road My Journey

Airport CEO - Anton Dromberg - JFK Cadence

ModalModule - Hurry! Destiny Awaits!

Defense Mechanism - Superscience

Michael Frank - Temple of the Icy Fjords

Pascal van den Bos - Battle! Marlon

Stephen Kelly - The Moon Was There Too

4ntler - Sexy Robot Pool Party

zandraxofnebulon - Ice Cube

Vincenti Zghra - Starfall Stake-out

csl316 - Shadow

Heosphoros - Void Dissolution


May Patreon Live Recording – 2022

Guest Live show Podcaster VGM LiveShow Patreon Podcast VGMBassy XVGM Radio xvgmradio

It’s time, once again, to listen to YOUR PICKS! That’s right! You call the shots in this special Patreon request episode! We had to fill the gap with a few of our own…extra special guests, but we’re excited to listen to some extremely awesome music from our Patrons! Thanks for bringing the thunder on this one! We’re joined by our pal Ed Wilson from The VGMbassy where we share some stories from the PTR days regarding the John Baker composer interview, get confused on how to pronounce Live A Live (despite our Patreon member Ryan McPherson telling us how) and get weird, wild and wacky on some uber awesome PCM sample based tunes, all on an exciting live show for XVGM Radio!

KVGM “The Last Wave” (5/22/22)

Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

It only happens once a year but today is that day, where the Last Wave and the Last Wave After Dark are released simultaneously. That means, if you’re not already a member of the Patreon, now’s the best time to get onboard and get access to a backlog of very special episodes devoted to soundtracks, composers, even special guests. It’s only $2.22 a month (hence the 22nd of every month) so it’s less than a cup of coffee but by supporting the show, you help us keep the lights on at the KVGM studio.

Playlist

R&B 3 – The Humble Brothers
(The Sims: Life Stories, PC)

Horse Sense – Kensuke Inage
(Winning Post 8 2018, Nintendo Switch)

Gata Mitu – Kota Kubokawa
(Kokoro ni Shimiru: Mouhitsu de Kaku – Aida Mitsuo DS, Nintendo DS)

ROMAN – Yasuhisa Watanabe
(Taikyoku Mahjong Net de Ron!, Sony PlayStation 2)

Back Alley – Akihiro Nishida
(Zero One SP, Game Boy Advance)

Fade – Masako Ogami
(LiberoGrande, Sony PlayStation)

Take a Ride – Unknown
(Adult Puzzles: Pole Dancer, PC)

Summer Lead the Way (Ending) – Takefumi Haketa and Robbie Danzie
(Burning Soldier, 3DO)

Special Request

Memories of Memories – Lifeformed and Jackie Kwan
(Tunic, Microsoft Xbox One)


Episode 95 :: Mega Man Legends, Across the Worlds: Chrono Cross Wayô Piano Collection

Blog Link: http://videogamegrooves.com/2022/05/21/episode-95-mega-man-legends-across-the-worlds-chrono-cross-wayo-piano-collection

Spring has sprung, and like may flowers so have we! This episode is a tiny salute to game series that took a hard left turn but wound up right where they were always meant to be. Our exemplars this week begin with the cult favorite Mega Man Legends from Ship to Shore Media. We look back at this trailblazer of 3D storytelling from before the likes of Metal Gear Solid, and we appreciate its “Saturday morning anime” vibe. The music, too, is a fun little grab-bag of music from disco to classical to synthy cartoon rock or swing, and it’s all pretty ahead of its time. We also dive into our first piano arrangement album with Across the Worlds: Chrono Cross Wayô Piano Collection, which is a multi-artist adaptation of a game that still divides fans of the “Chrono series” today. We appreciate the emotional range of the piano, and the daring of a piano arrangement album in general to augment or approach a favorite score with nothing but the instrument and someone to play it. We also examine the time and place of Chrono Cross, and whether or not it is actually a sequel to the universally-acclaimed Chrono Trigger.

We continue our discussion with some reflections on game series that changed creative direction, and how the story, aesthetic, and music either benefited or suffered. And finally, we look at all the new releases that have come out in the past few weeks, along with some non-release news that might save you a few bucks on your next vinyl order! Join us to laugh, love, and learn.

Outro: “La tresor interdit” – Across the Worlds: Chrono Cross Wayo Piano Collection, by Benyamin Nuss

Twitter – @vg_grooves, @jeremy_lamont, @ajohnagnello

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https://www.instagram.com/mushbuh/

Video Game Grooves Episode 8 (Super Castlevania IV, Hero of Time)
http://videogamegrooves.com/2017/07/25/episode-8-super-castlevania-iv-hero-of-time/

Ace Attorney 20th Anniversary (Laced Records)
https://www.lacedrecords.co/collections/ace-attorney/products/ace-attorney-20th-anniversary-limited-edition-x6lp-boxset
Trek To Yomi (Devolver Store)
https://merch.devolverdigital.co/products/trek-to-yomi-deluxe-double-vinyl
Ghostwire Tokyo (Laced Records)
https://www.lacedrecords.co/collections/ghostwire-tokyo/products/ghostwire-tokyo-deluxe-double-vinyl
https://www.lacedrecords.co/collections/ghostwire-tokyo/products/ghostwire-tokyo-limited-edition-x4lp-boxset
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction (Laced Records)
https://www.lacedrecords.co/collections/6-siege/products/tom-clancys-rainbow-six-extraction-deluxe-double-vinyl
A Monster’s Expedition (iam8bit)
https://www.iam8bit.com/collections/a-monsters-expedition-earlier-adventures/products/a-monsters-expedition-earlier-adventures-2xlp-vinyl-soundtrack
Phantasy Star (Ship To Shore PhonoCo.)
https://shiptoshoremedia.com/collections/featured/products/phantasy-star
Art Of Rally (Mana Wave Media)
https://manawave.co/products/art-of-rally-2xlp
Heart Of The Woods (Very Ok Vinyl)
https://www.veryokvinyl.com/products/heart-of-the-woods-official-soundtrack
Banana Jamz 2 (Cartridge Thunder)
https://cartridgethunder.com/collections/new-releases/products/banana-jamz-2
Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator (Serenity Forge)
https://store.serenityforge.com/products/space-warlord-organ-trading-simulator-2xlp-vinyl-soundtrack
Kingdom: Two Crowns – Norse Lands (ByNorse)
https://bynorsestore.com/products/kalandra-kingdom-two-crowns-norse-lands-extended-soundtrack-12-black
Attack Of The Petscii Robots (The8BitGuy)
https://www.the8bitguy.com/product/petscii-robots-soundtrack-vinyl-record-pre-order/
DuckTales (Hello Sir Records)
https://hellosirrecords.com/ducktalesrandomcolor.html
Nü Horizons (Wizard of Loneliness)
https://halcyontapes.bandcamp.com/album/n-horizons
Chilltendo Deluxe (Bandcamp crowdfunding)
https://gamechops.bandcamp.com/campaign/chilltendo-deluxe



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VGM Tracker 86


00:01
Quattro Sports BMX Simulator - Title Screen - NES

03:51
Skate or Die! - Title Screen - NES

08:39
Eternal Skies - Jaymz Julian (A Life in Hell) - C64

12:44
Battletoads - Turbo Tunnel Bike - GG

14:07
Battletoads - Turbo Tunnel Race - SEGA

15:23
Battletoads - Turbo Tunnel Bike Race - NES

16:40
Battletoads - Wookie Hole - GG

18:22
Battletoads - Wookie Hole - Amiga

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Track Listing

Cave of Fear - Guardians Crusade - Yasuhiro Nakano, Akihiro Motoyama, Fumio Tanabe, Luna Umegaki and Mutsumi Ishimura

Secunda - The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim - Jeremy Soule

L’Salle - Cosmic Star Heroine - HyperDuck SoundWorks

Grasswalk - Plants vs Zombies - Laura Shigihara

VS Mode - Soldam - Atsuyoshi Isemura, Yasuyuki Suzuki, Yasuhiko Takashiba and Takahiro Ogata

Ending - Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island - Koji Kondo


30 Years of VGM with Jeff van Dyck – PA163

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We’re joined today by another amazing and prolific guest; composer, Jeff van Dyck. Instead of focusing on a specific game we take a tour through Jeff’s entire career from Skitchin’ all the way to recent games like Unpacking. Jeff began his career in 1992 with EA (Electronic Arts), working on games like the FIFA, NHL… Read More » The post 30 Years of VGM with Jeff van Dyck – PA163 first appeared on Pixelated Audio.


Episode 81: The Descent Series with Justin from XVGM Radio

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A game that pioneered both free movement and living room vertigo at the same time, Descent was a game that saw the player as the pilot of a ship in zero gravity combat. The twisty-turny gameplay caught the attention of PC and Mac gamers around the world, resulting in spinoffs and sequels. On today’s episode, Justin (XVGM Radio, The Arcane Machine) joins Ed once again for a music-history show based on the danceable industrial sounds of the entire Descent series. Featuring everything from extraordinary MIDI compositions by Dan Wentz to highly produced dance metal from Allister Brimble, there’s a lot of music and lot of great stories behind it. Strap in and defend those mines!

Relevant Links:

The Descent 3 Soundtrack by Jerry Berlongieri
The Descent 3: Mercenary Sountrack by Jerry Berlongieri
The Overload Soundtrack


A huge thank you to Indira J (The Misadventures of Buddy and Friend, Sacrimony) for the amazing VGMbassy artwork and design, and to Trevin Hughes (aka chiptune composer Jredd) for the podcast theme song!

Check out the VGMbassy Patreon for some fantastic bonuses, including exclusive podcast content!

Thanks to our supporting Patreon patrons, who help make this show possible: Nathan Cooper, Mike Stark, Ryan Steel, Chris Murray, Cameron Chiles, Chris Myers, Voltz Supreme, Darryl Bowers, Ben “The Diad” Dishman, Chris Steenerson, Dan Laughton, Jordan Werme, Cameron Werme, Kung Fu Carlito, Scott McElhone, FranklyZappa, and Alex “The Messenger” Messenger.

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The Tracklist:

1 -“Level 22: Neptune Storage Depot (OPL-3 Version)” from Descent (PC, Mac, 1995) Composed by Ken Allen, Brian Luzietti, Larry Peacock, Leslie Spitzer, Jim Torres & Tim Wiles

2 – “Level 3: Lunar Military Base (SC-55 Version)” from Descent (PC, Mac, 1995) Composed by Ken Allen, Brian Luzietti, Larry Peacock, Leslie Spitzer, Jim Torres & Tim Wiles

3 – “Haunted” from Descent (PS1, 1996) Composed by Type O Negative

4 – “Ratzez” from Descent (PS1, 1996) Composed by Nivek Ogre and Mark Walk

5 – “Level 3 (SC-55 Version)” from Descent II (PC, 1996) Composed by Dan Wentz

6 – “Level 2 (AWE32 Version)” from Descent II (PC, 1996) Composed by Dan Wentz

7 – “Techno Industry” from Descent II CD (PC, 1996) Composed by Johann Langlie

8 – “Cold Reality” from Descent II CD (PC, 1996) Composed by Brad Cross, Larry Peacock, and Leslie Spitzer

9 – “Volcano” from Forsaken (PC, PS1, N64, 1998) Composed by Stephen Root and Dominic Glynn (The Swarm)

10 – “Failsafe (Mercenary Level 2)” from Descent 3: Mercenary (PC, Mac, 1999) Composed by Jerry Berlongieri

11 – “Research (Level 3)” from Descent 3 (PC, Mac, 1999) Composed by Jerry Berlongieri

12 – “Darkside” from Descent: Freespace – The Great War (PC, Amiga, 1998) Composed by Dan Wentz

13 – Marauder” from Descent: Freespace – The Great War (PC, Amiga, 1998) Composed by Dan Wentz

14 – “Numbers” from Freespace 2 (PC, 1999) Composed by Dan Wentz

15 – “Battle E” from Freespace 2 (PC, 1999) Composed by Dan Wentz

16 – “Tetrahedron” from Overload (PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, Xbox One, 2018) Composed by Luke Schneider

17 – “Complexity” from Overload (PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, Xbox One, 2018) Composed by Allister Brimble


Episode 32-8 The Pernell Multiverse

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What if after every game you played, multiple universes were created. And if you reviewed those games, an infinite number of worlds would be created. Rob and Pernell harness the power of the RHYTHM stone and travel the multiverse of Pernell’s game reviews for other podcasts. Everything you know about video game music is about to be shaken to its very core, as Rob and Pernell: ENTER THE video game music MULTIVERSE (of Pernell!)

Find more of the show! https://rhythmandpixels.com

Support the podcast! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels

Episode 289: Mad Catz Toilet Table

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Round games. That's it. That's the theme. Join us in Discord and tell us your favorite round objects!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got GTT GEMS, all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our ABSURD FAN tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Taylor Y, Sam L, Mork, Tasty, Grimmory, PhoenixTear2121, UnsaddledZebra, Aakadarr, TheKerrigan, and Aekre!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

New episodes of Game That Tune record LIVE on Wednesdays at 9 PM EST on numerous platforms:

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The show takes podcast form and becomes available for download Tuesday mornings! Find it on Apple Podcasts or GameThatTune.com and enjoy!

We always want to hear from you, especially if you have a request! Email us at GameThatTune@gmail.com, find us on Facebook, or on Twitter @GameThatTune or on our new social media platform http://GameThatTune.club


[076] A Third Splash Of Tactical Warfare

About: This episode features another collection of Tactical RPG themes. Music from moments of war, with some highly melodic songs, premonitions of upcoming battle, and some deep, heavy action themes.


Artwork: Fire Emblem: Three Houses


00:00 - Fist of Trenet [Ragnarok Tactics]

by Hideki Sakamoto, Takashi Okamoto >


03:46 - Studying the Battle [Suikoden Tactics]

by Norikazu Miura, Masahiko Kimura, Michiru Yamane, Miki Higashino >


05:58 - The Eastern Cherries [VM Japan]

by Atsushi Shirakawa, Hayato Sonoda, Wataru Ishibashi, Maiko Hattori >


08:41 - Field Battle Superiority [Romance Of The Three Kingdoms III]

by Minoru Mukaiya >


09:41 - Your Army BGM 3 [Langrisser]

by Noriyuki Iwadare >


11:26 - An Unexpected Caller [Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade]

by Yuka Tsujiyoko >


13:19 - Condemnation [Fire Emblem: Fates]

by Hiroki Morishita, Takeru Kanazaki, Yasuhisa Baba, Rei Kondo, Masato Kouda >


15:18 - Preperations: Pilgrimage [Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows Of Valentia]

b y Yasuhira Baba >


18:28 - Insurrection [Fire Emblem: Mystery Of The Emblem]

by Yuka Tsujiyoko >


20:07 - War - Offense Side Superior [Romance Of The Three Kingdoms IV]

by Jun Nagao, Kunio Kubota >


21:53 - Nell’s Theme [Advance Wars]

by Taishi Senda, Yoshito Hirano >


24:04 - BGM #18 [Game Boy Wars]

by Ryoji Yoshitomi >


26:41 - Orange Star Theme [Advance Wars: Dual Strike]

by Yoshito Hirano >


27:50 - Warriors [VM Japan]

by Atsushi Shirakawa, Hayato Sonoda, Wataru Ishibashi, Maiko Hattori >


32:20 - Unshaken Conviction [Triangle Strategy]

by Akira Senju >


35:21 - Duty~Ablaze [Fire Emblem: Awakening]

by Hiroki Morishita >


39:15 - Distant Travels [Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade]

by Yuka Tsujiyoko >


41:20 - Chasing Daybreak [Fire Emblem: Three Houses]

by Rei Kondoh >


45:58 - Crying Piano [Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia]

by Tensei Sato >


48:05 - Path Of The Hero-King [Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows Of Valentia]

by Yuka Tsujiyoko >


50:05 - A Folk Dance Of Shadows And Shimmers [Vantage Master]

by Atsushi Shirakawa, Masaru Nakajima, Sataoshi Arai, Hayato Sonoda, Kaname Ohara >


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Channel F: Behind the Scenes: C2E7 Track Sort Conversation

For each episode of Channel 2, there are two separate Google Meet sessions between Hugues and I. The second one, where we meet to actually record the episode - an edited form of this second call is what ends up being the conversation portions of a Ch 2 episode. The first one, though, where we meet to establish run order for the tracks for the episode, you never get to hear because we never record it.

Well, this time, we did. And the reason why we did was so that I could have something to listen to to see how Hugues and I sounded together with me using my new Rode Podmic dynamic microphone rather than my old AudioTechnica AT2020 condenser mic, to better help me decide which one I should use while recording with Hugues for Channel 2.

See additional notes below to learn more!

Legend:

"AT2020 Raw" = Hugues and I's conversation with no post-processing except for volume adjustments, where I am speaking through the AT2020.

"AT2020 Finessed" = the same, except for with the full battery of post-processing applied.

"Podmic Finessed" = the same, except for my speaking through the Podmic instead of the AT2020.

"Podmic Raw" = probably self-explanatory at this point: no post-processing and myself on the Podmic.

Timestamps:

Conversation begins with "AT2020 Raw" - 00:00:00

Hard switches over to "AT2020 Finessed" at - 00:03:39

Hard switches over to "Podmic Finessed" at - 00:07:15

Hard switches over to "Podmic Raw" at - 00:10:58

Hard switches back to "AT2020 Raw" at - 00:14:30

Hard switches back to "AT2020 Finessed" at - 00:17:47

Hard switches back to "Podmic Finessed" at - 00:21:45

And finally, hard switches back to "Podmic Raw" at - 00:25:11

Bonus: Excerpt from Archive SUPER BONUS "New Mic - Who Dis" featuring higher quality examples (both "Raw" and "Finessed") of me speaking into each mic than the lower-quality examples of each in the actual conversation.

Bonus begins at - 00:28:57

Total Episode Runtime: 00:34:16

Music featured in the background:

Track / Game / System / Composer (s) / Selected by

- Lovely City - Lovely Planet - Multiplatform - Calem Bowen - St. John

- Kimi wa HoeHoe Musume (Ending / Staff Roll) - Idol Hakkenden - Famicom - Kiyohiro Sada, Tomoo Misato - Hugues

- Evil Dante - Cratermaze - TG16 - Toshiaki Takimoto, Katsunori Takahashi, Takayuki Iwabuchi, Keita Hoshi - St. John

- Tiese Shopping District Theme - Gurumin - Multiplatform - Falcom Sound Team JDK (prob. Hayato Sonoda) - Hugues

- Stage 1-2 - Jumping Flash 2 - PS1 - Takeo Miratsu - St. John

- After School - Persona 3 Portable - PSP - Shoji Meguro

- Nice Day - Spindizzy II - X68000 - Toshiya Yamanaka and/or Tetsuya Nakano - St. John

- Dreams of Love and Literature - Doki Doki Literature Club - Multiplatform - Dan Salvato - Hugues

- Crystal Breeze Springs - Lovely Planet Remix - PC - Satsuma Audio - St. John

- Electoria - Sonic Crackers (unreleased) - Genesis - Junko Shiratsu, Masato Nakamura - Hugues

- Stage 1 - Chip Chan Kick - PCFX - Hitoshi Sakimoto and/or Masaharu Iwata - St. John

- Clothes Make The Man - Shakedown Hawaii - Multiplatform - Hugues

- Message from Nightopia - Nights into Dreams - Multiplatform - Naofumi Hataya - St. John

- Track 9 (ending probably) - Graduation II - PC Engine - Isao Mizoguchi (likely) - Hugues

Music first appears at 00:04:42

Additional Notes:

Since Hugues is using a condenser mic (more open, lifelike, more "in the room with you" sounding), I was worried that if I used a dynamic mic (more tight, smooth, warm, pinched, more "rrradio" sounding) it might make us sound really inconsistent, resulting in a more awkward sound. So, when we met to sort tracks for C2E7, I was talking into both the Podmic and the AT2020 at the exact same time, and we recorded our conversation, which I later edited to feature Hugues and myself together with me on the AT2020 and separately, us together with myself on the Podmic.

I also had versions on each mic where I put us through my new battery of post-processing intended to improve our sound, vs versions on each mic where I kept everything "raw", with no adjustments whatsoever except for volume. And then I listened to all four, and had others listen to all four, and put snippets of each into an Archive SUPER BONUS which went into detail on the mics and gave loads of comparisons.

Here's what I learned:

1) while we do sound slightly more consistent with me on the AT2020, and while I do sound slightly better on the Podmic, the differences in either direction were not "night and day". I didn't sound "way better" on the Podmic, and we didn't sound "way more consistent" with me on the AT2020. So, it was close enough that either mic would've worked. As such it mostly didn't matter, which left me feeling liberated to use the Podmic, which I did for C2E7 and C1E64 (C1E64 sounds even better than C2E7, in my opinion), as well as on my guest spot on NintenDomain episode 315 just a couple weeks earlier.

2) Don't attempt to use either of the good mics into both Audacity (good audio capture) -AND- into Google Meet at the same time. It made the output thinner, as well as way more prone to clipping / blowing out. There are a number of blow out moments in this recording that were not present in C2E7, and I largely attribute that to routing the Podmic exclusively into Audacity (which is what you heard in the final episode), and using a crappy set of Jabra mic/headphone combo headset (which you did not hear) for the Google Meet.

Audio routing in Linux is both more flexible and malleable than in Mac or Windows on the one hand, and less intuitive / automatic / fluid on the other. And in this process I learned that how you route your audio seems to make a big difference. Another thing that bolsters my theory that the reason the recording quality on my end is so much worse than it was in C2E7 was because of using the mics into both Audacity and Google Meet at once, and not, say, simply that I was using both the AT2020 and the Podmic at the same time, is because prior to this meeting with Hugues, I had recorded into both at the same time as a test, but only ran it exclusively into Audacity, and they came out spectacularly. I included them in the aforementioned Archive SUPER BONUS, and as a bonus, I added just that segment of that super bonus with the much higher quality mic samples to the end of this after the meeting ends. The really crappy mic I use in the narration of that snippet (I.e. "this is AT2020 Raw vs Podmic Raw") was recorded on the aforementioned crappy little Jabra.

3) If the original sound source is not high enough quality, "click removal" can do more harm than good, by introducing popping. Though I didn't know it at the time, the reason the post-processed portions of this conversation sound "poppy", especially Hugues' side of the conversation - is because the source recordings were not high enough quality for click removal to be a benefit. Click removal was not used in the post-production of C2E7, and that's why there's no popping. In short: click removal can make a good sound clip sound even better. But it apparently makes a marginal one sound a lot worse. :-)

Final Note: This conversation is slightly redacted, but mostly whole. There was a brief segment in the Spindizzy II conversation segment where I said something I felt shouldn't be in a recording, so I removed it. And then at the end, after business was done, we ended up talking for a while about living arrangements, which I felt also should be left out. This is why Hugues' "alright, I need to get out of here" at the end seems so abrupt. It wasn't abrupt. There was conversation missing. Other than for these two redactions, though, the rest of the conversation is otherwise complete and intact.


VGM Fight Club Episode 4x06 Masquerade Melee

On today's episode we have two mystery competitors entering the fight club ring. Dingo Egret vs Zero Kamikaze. The topic is still the same. Tracks from games that have a team. Be it an RPG where you have a party or a online multiplayer, each fighter has picked tracks that fit this theme. Mr. Egret's tracks are first followed by Mr. Kamikaze's last. Best of luck fighters.


Rd. 1

Just 3 on 3 (Park Court)- Hiroaki Yoshida, Tatsuya Kiuchi (Street Hoop)

VS Match Theme- Kazuo Sawa (Nintendo World Cup)


Rd. 2

Frenzy- Hiroki Kikuta (Seiken Densetsu 3 aka Secret Of Mana II)

Cynthia Battle Remix (Sinnoh Champion)- Go Ichinose, cover jesterdist

(Pokemon Brillant Diamond)


Rd. 3

I'll Keep on Fighting as Long as I Live-  Seiichi Fukami,Yuji Takenouchi,

Junya Nakano, A. Hashimoto (X-Men: The Arcade Game)

Bob-omb Dodge- Kumi Tanioka, Masayoshi Soken (Mario Sports Mix)


Rd. 4

Pennant Race- Yuji Takenouchi (Namachuukei 68)

Battle 2 (Boss Theme) (Mega Man X Remix)- Ryuji Sasai, cover MyNewSoundtrack

(Final Fantasy Mystic Quest)


Rd. 5

RabaNasty' [Rabanastre Downtown, Royal City]- Hayato Matsuo, Hitoshi Sakimoto, 

Kenichiro Fukui, Masaharu Iwata, Nobuo Uematsu, Remixer Avaris (Final Fantasy XII)

Attack of the Killer Queen- Toby Fox, Lena Raine, Marcy Nabors (Delta Rune)


Sudden Death

Transparent Obstacle- Hitoshi Sakimoto, Masaharu Iwata (Gauntlet IV)

Escape From The City - Funk RMX feat. Lyn- Jun Sinoue, lyrics Ted Poley, 

arranged Sinoue and Dean DiMarzo, performed Sonic Adventure Music Experience feat. Lyn Inaizumi

(Sonic Adventure 2)


Bonus Tracks:

GeminEye- The Megas

Ken's Theme Cover- Family Jules


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David's Kids List

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KVGM “The Last Wave” (5/15/22)

Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

This week, we’ve got flight simulator grooves, racing grooves, extra dirty visual novel grooves, even cooking and billiard grooves. Of course, we’ve some classic composers in the house but also some new names. Plenty to dig into as we inch closer and closer to the 200th episode…and possibly the end of the Last Wave?

Playlist

Rainbow Song – Hiroyuki Misawa
(Jet de GO! Let’s Go By Airliner Sony PlayStation)

Rainy Blue – SIS Works
(XXXXX, PC)

Coast to Coast – Nobuo Uematsu
(Rad Racer II, Nintendo)

Manila Tour – T’s Music
(Cool Shot, Sony PlayStation 2)

Straying – Kahaku Ito
(Maboroshi Tsukiyo, Sega Dreamcast)

Name Entry – Yuka Tsujiyoko
(Wagamama Fairy Mirumo de Pon!: Taisen Mahou-dama, Game Boy Advance)

Falls – Yuzo Koshiro
(Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, Nintendo Switch)

Staff Roll (Unused) – Toshiyuki Sudo
(Personal Trainer: Cooking, Nintendo DS)

Special Request

President – Chamy Ishi and Toshiki Aida
(Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics, Nintendo Switch)


Level 98

Track Listing

Daddy Mulk - The Ninja Warriors - Hisayoshi Ogura

Rain Shower - Game & Watch Gallery 4 - Riyou Kinugasa and Kengo Hagiwara

Jungle (Raptor Rap) - Jurassic Park - Jonathan Dunn

Results - Mickey’s Speedway USA - Ben Cullum

The Sarcophagus - Paradise Killer - Barry “Epoch” Topping

A Phantom Pain - Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain - Ludvig Forssell


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Rock Out With Your Cart Out Dream Event 35

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Twice a month, I find the games that came out that half of the month in five year increments and pick out music from those games for a really long episode. For these episodes, we’re looking at the games that came out in the second half of April 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002, 2007, 2012, and 2017.

These episodes are exclusive to Patreon backers who subscribe to the $3 a month and above tiers. These episodes combine to right around six hours! Subscribing gets you access to all the previous episodes as well! Head over to my Patreon and kick in that $3 a month to listen! Want to hear what they’re like? ROWYCODE 12, which was the first one I did in this format, and ROWYCODE 25 are both free to listen to!

1987

Fist of the North Star

  • Bask’s County Capital
  • Gayler’s City Group
  • Traitor Concentration Camp
  • The Imperial Capital Gate

Fuun Shaolin Ken

  • Title Screen
  • 3
  • 6
  • 7

Knightmare II: The Maze of Galious

  • Castle BGM
  • Gods of Athene
  • World BGM
  • Staff Roll

Ai Senshi Nicol

  • Fighting Nicol Soldier of Love (Stage 1 and 4)
  • Advancing Nicol Take Back the Steel (Stage 2 and 6)
  • Search for the Crystal Diamond (Stage 3 and 5)
  • It Fights! Believe in the Power of Love (Boss Theme)

1992

Death Bringer

  • 1
  • 4
  • 8
  • 10

Herakles no Eikou 3: Kamigami no Chinmoku

  • Title
  • Field
  • Pegasus

Jantei Monogatari 2: Uchu Tantei Divan – Kanketsu-hen

  • Title Song
  • Theme Song
  • Move
  • Skill Select
  • Transfer
  • Rival

Magical Taruruuto-kun

  • SEGA Logo
  • Stage 1-1 ~School~
  • Stage 3-1 ~Forest~
  • Stage 4-3 ~Residence 2~
  • Last Boss

Panic Restaurant

  • Intro Part 2 and Boss Battle
  • Stage 4 – Fish
  • Final Battle

Star Parodier

  • Scene 1
  • Scene 2
  • Scene 8
  • Ending
  • Credits

Kirby’s Dream Land

  • Title Screen
  • Green Greens
  • Kirby Dance
  • Float Islands
  • King Dedede’s Theme
  • Ending

F-1 Grand Prix

  • Truth
  • Street Course
  • Technical Course

Lesser Mern

  • #01
  • #02
  • #03
  • #07
  • #08
  • M05
  • M10
  • M14

Super Aleste / Space Megaforce

  • Black Hole Anomalies
  • Rock Downfall
  • Asteroid Belt
  • Credits

TKO Super Championship Boxing

  • Menu
  • Staff Roll

1997

FEDA 2: White Surge the Platoon

  • 2
  • 6
  • 7
  • 16

Touge King: The Spirits 2

  • 2
  • 5
  • 12

Velldeselba Senki: Tsubasa no Kunshou

  • 7
  • 14

Running High

  • Cool Guys
  • Hard Crush
  • Kuwai Zao

Shutokou Battle R

  • Title
  • Endless Highway

Tobal 2

  • The Origin No. 5
  • Beating Hard
  • A Miracle’s Coming
  • A Crying Son
  • Knee Drop

Star Fox 64

  • Opening
  • Sector Y and Solar
  • Aquas
  • Starwolf Theme
  • Versus

Battle Fantasia 

  • Character Select
  • La Concorde
  • Adventurer’s Shop – Coyori Cafe

2002

Galerians: Ash 

  • Requiem Manentia

Klonoa Beach Volleyball

  • Klonoa Tutorial 
  • Setting and Character Select
  • Round 1 (Happy Beach)

Mega Man Zero

  • Theme of Zero
  • Crash
  • Enemy Hall

Akatsuki Blitzkampf

  • War Start
  • Poisonous Flower
  • War End

2007

Muchi Muchi Pork!

  • Doki Doki in the Sky
  • Un Un Thorium
  • Hamu Hamu Pepper
  • Muchi Pork!

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

  • Save (The Time of Rest)
  • Battle Map (Phon Coast)
  • Battle 1 (Giza Plain)
  • Boss Battle 4 (Esper)
  • Airship 1 (Near the Water)
  • World Map (Cerobi Steppe)

2012

Code of Princess

  • Code of Princess (Main Theme)
  • The Holy Princess (Solange’s Theme)
  • There’s Nothing That Can’t Be Stolen (Ali’s Theme)
  • Call Me Sister Hel (Sister Hel’s Theme)
  • Now It’s for Real

Fire Emblem: Awakening

  • Omen Main Theme
  • Prelude~Ablaze
  • Menace
  • Here We Are! The Shepherd’s Garrison.
  • Destiny~Ablaze

Dodonpachi Saidaioujou

  • Ran
  • Hibi
  • Dividing Road of Fate
  • Who Decided About ‘Dying Peacefully’!

Prototype 2

  • Project Long Shadow
  • The Lab Rat
  • Natural Selection

2017

Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom 

  • Shiness
  • Intruders!
  • Unknown Lands
  • Chado
  • Askel the Mercenary

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap

  • The Last Dungeon
  • Mind of Hero – Beach
  • Desert Zone
  • Monster’s Lair – Pyramid
  • Monster’s Lair – Sunken Ship

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of the Valentia

  • Title Loop
  • Echoes
  • Courage in Numbers
  • March to Deliverance (Prologue)
  • Calamity’s Advent
  • The Ark of Dawn

Syberia 3

  • Main Theme
  • Thrill of Nature
  • Call of Tradition
  • A Traveler with No Destination
  • Traces to Find

Flinthook

  • Galaxy’s Greatest Pirate
  • Hit the Deck
  • Storming the Flying Castle
  • Cosmic Corsair
  • Blazing Buccaneer
  • Gwarlock Unbound

Austin Wintory's 'Traveler Symphony' is a gift for 'Journey' fans

For many players, Journey, created by Jenova Chen and That Game Company, was a life-changing experience, in no small part because of Austin Wintory's gorgeous soundtrack.

”Noise from the Hearts of Nerds” - NERD NOISE CROSSOVERS: “C1E64: ThreeFer Thursday”

Today’s broadcast is C1E64 for Nerd Noise Crossovers, Thursday, 05/12/2022. Today’s Crossover is "ThreeFer Thursday" - which is, among standard format Ch 1 episodes for "just ordinary occasions", our longest episode to date. So hunker down and buckle up for what is going to be quite the musical journey! Also the Ch 1 debut of the new mic, higher quality copies of the intro/outro background music, and my new production techniques. I'm exceptionally proud of this episode, and hope you will find it exceptionally enjoyable!

Track Number / Game (Composer) / Track Names (Composers) / Time Stamp

01) Intro – 00:00:00

02) Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars – Multiplatform

  1. A) Pursuing the Dragon (vocalvers) - Keiichi Okabe (vocal by Saki Nakai) - 00:06:16
  2. B) Midday Town – Oliver Good – 00:08:36
  3. C) Tears of the Black Witch – Shotaro Seo – 00:11:53

03) Twilight - X68000 - Ryu Umemoto, Ryu Takami, and/or Hiroaki Sano

  1. A) AsVreaSa Merg La (Ending) - 00:15:28
  2. B)Dimineate(Morning) – 00:18
  3. C)BisericaNeagra (Opening) - 00:23:11

04) Final Fantasy X – PS2

  1. A) Fantasy (aka Phantoms) – Junya Nakano – 00:26:43
  2. B) The Travel Agency – MasashiHamauzu– 00:29:59
  3. C) Moment of Truth – MasashiHamauzu– 00:32:53

05) DOOM Eternal - Multi - Mick Gordon

  1. A) Icon of Sin – 00:36:22
  2. B) Doom Eternal – 00:41:48
  3. C) Cultist Base – 00:46:43

06) Cyberpunk 2077 - Multi

  1. A)WushuuDolls – Marcin Przybylowicz – 00:52:14
  2. B) Adam Smasher – Paul Leonard-Morgan – 00:54:27
  3. C) The Rebel Path – P.T. Adamczyk – 00:57:44

07) Super Mario Sunshine – GameCube - Kōji Kondō, and/or Shinobu Tanaka

  1. A) Delfino Airstrip – 01:01:48
  2. B) Sirenna Beach – 01:04:02
  3. C) Secret Stage – 01:06:19

08) Tiny Death Star - iOS/Android - c: John Williams / a: GMLeto

  1. A) Main Theme – 01:09:20
  2. B) Imperial Death March – 01:10:43
  3. C) Force Theme – 01:11:52

09) Sim Copter – PC

  1. A) Jazz 1 – Jerry Martin – 01:12:25
  2. B) Jazz 5 – Marc Russo – 01:17:56
  3. C) Jazz 4 – Marc Russo – 01:22:44

10) Pebble Beach Golf Links - Genesis - Yumi Satake, Shigekazu Kamaki, and/or Yusaburo Shimojyo

  1. A) Hole Overview – 01:27:40
  2. B) Main Menu – 01:29:43
  3. C) Tea Break – 01:33:33

11) Art of Balance – Multi - Martin Schjøler

  1. A) Title Theme – 01:36:04
  2. B) World A – 01:38:04
  3. C) Challenge – 01:40:29

12) N++ - multi

  1. A) Confined Spaces – ASC – 01:42:39
  2. B) Surrender – Sam KDC – 01:50:48
  3. C) Outlaw – Volor Flex – 01:56:48

13) Trickstyle – Dreamcast / PC – Richard Beddow

  1. A) UK Race 2 – 02:02:06
  2. B) Japan Race 2 – 02:05:03
  3. C) USA Race 2 – 02:07:35

14) Doshin the Giant – GameCube - Tatsuhiko Asano

  1. A) Time – 02:10:50
  2. B) Jungle Morning – 02:13:36
  3. C) Yellow Giant – 02:16:34

15) Magic The Gathering Shandalar - PC – Roland J. Rizzo

  1. A) Track 8 - 02:19:07
  2. B) Track 10 - 02:20:50
  3. C) Track 19 - 02:22:28

16) Reigns – iOS/Android - MAGO

  1. A) Benevolent Deeds – 02:24:23
  2. B) William the Great – 02:26:54
  3. C) Dark Deeds – 02:30:38

17) Mega Man 2 – NES – Takashi Tateishi

  1. A) Heat Man Stage – 02:33:36
  2. B) Quick Man Stage – 02:35:21
  3. C) Crash Man Stage – 02:37:20

18) Outro – 02:40:11

Music Block Runtime: 02:34:02 /// Total Epsiode Runtime: 02:53:08

Our Intro and Outro Music is Funky Radio, from Jet Grind Radio on the Sega Dreamcast, composed by BB Rights.

Produced using Ardour 6 / Audacity 3 in Ubuntu Studio [Linux] 22.04

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Thanks for listening! Join us again in June (dates TBD) for both Hugues' and I's separate "Best of 2020 / 2021" Channel 1 Retrospective episodes as well as Nerd Noise Radio's contribution (via Channel 2) to the great big VGM Podcast communities common theme group project initiaitve.

Cheers!


Episode 32-7 Animals

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This week on the podcast we’re going bananas for animals! We have cute animals, funny animals, and Muppet animals! We have some great music from some great games starring some great animals! Enjoy the show!

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Episode 89 – The Best & Worst of Gems Driver Songs (w/ special guest Dya)

Guest Musician Podcast VGM XVGM Radio

The Sega Genesis GEMS Driver is often considered one of the worst drivers created for video game music. However, we are optimists when it comes to most chips, so today, we’re taking a deep look into the GEMS driver. Who created it, why it was important to Western composers, the benefits of it and the downfalls. Justin and Mike aim to examine the good AND bad parts of it, to unearth some game music that you might not have known about. Aaron Hickman of the Genesis Gems podcast is also known as chiptune and VGM composer DYA. He joins us on this episode to help explain some of the nitty gritty details regarding GEMS and the Sega sound in general. From bad Sylvester Stallone impressions, to Mike absolutely losing it whenever Captain Salty is discussed….to a surprise phone call from someone claiming to be Tommy Tallarico, this episode of XVGM Radio has it all!

Episode 288: Portly Boyz

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We're celebrating gaming's cutest...dimensional warrior or something. It's Kirby's 30th anniversary in Japan and that means GTT is playing CUTE GAMES. Join us in Discord and tell us your favorite cute characters!

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Senpai's Playlist 4x05 Anime Wildcard II or Kakashi Is A DILF

This weeks episode is a wildcard! No theme. Just great music. During this episode we discuss current anime we are watching, Elden Ring, current movies (no spoilers), my continued MTG collection, a Tifa statue that's very suggestive, and of course Pokemon. Please enjoy.


1. Fairy Tail- Interview With Monster Girls Ed

2. Dead End- Future Diary Op2

3. Galileo Galilei- Circle Game Op1

4. Inferno- Promare

5. San San Days- My Dress Up Darling

6. Cerulean- Gundam Build Fighters Try 2 op


Bonus Track

Re:make- One Ok Rock


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Marcato Classic: Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Episodes

In this episode, Karl & Will return to their classic format to spotlight on the amazing new score to Kirby and the Forgotten Land! The guys discuss how this delightful score balances continuing the classic Kirby aesthetic while exploring some new sounds and styles as well. Enjoy!

Kirby and the Forgotten Land - Yuuta Ogasawara, Hirokazu Ando, Jun Ishikawa, Yuki Shimooka - Nintendo - Switch - 2022

-Running Through the New World

-Through the Tunnel

-A Trip to Alivel Mall

-Abandoned Beach

-Invasion at the House of Horrors

-Welcome to Wondaria

-Sword of the Surviving Guardian

-Waddle Dee Town

-Northeast Frost Street

-Dazzling Treasures

-Metro on Ice

-Isolated Isles: Forgo Dreams

-Forgo's Treasures

-Faded Dream of a Psychomeddler

-VS. Psychic Power Given Form

-Moonlight Canyon

-The Battle of Blizzard Bridge

-Decisive Battle: Ultimate Z

-Scattered Souls Across Isolated Isles


KVGM “The Last Wave” (5/8/22)

Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

We back with more jams, more PlayStations, more Game Boys, a Dreamcast, a personal computer, and a specially requested arcade diddy. And if you’ve submitted a request and have yet to hear it, don’t worry, it’s coming. But please continue submitting jams and we’ll definitely play them on the show at some point.

Playlist

Calm – Unknown
(Checkmate, Sony PlayStation)

Anti-96 Noon – Motoi Sakuraba
(Tokyo Bus Guide 2, Sony PlayStation 2)

Yuho – Hiromi Shibano
(Uchuu Daisakusen Chocovader: Uchuu kara no Shinryakusha, Game Boy Advance)

Sentimental Eyes – Takeshi Abo
(Close to: Inori no Oka, Sega Dreamcast)

Promise – ave;new
(Koimomo, PC)

Main Menu – Yuichiro Noro
(Smash Court Tennis 3, Sony PlayStation Portable)

Bronx – Takahiro Urano and Masashi Kageyama
(Simple 1500 Series Vol. 8 – THE Solitaire, Sony PlayStation)

Credits – Unknown
(Pocket Color Billiards, Game Boy Color)

Special Request

DADDULE of Love – Hiroyuki Misawa and Norihiro Furukawa
(Magical Date EX, Arcade)


Level 97 Remixes and Covers 2

Track Listing

Opening - Mario Party - Originally composed by Yasunori Mitsuda and arranged by Qumu

K.K Cruisin - Animal Crossing - originally composed by Kazumi Totaka and Remixed by Funk Fiction and Tee Lopes

Quest in the Water - Mega Man Battle Network 5 - Originally composed by Akari Kaida and Remixed by Voltz Supreme

Pagesus Boots (Kastlerock) - Solstice - Originally composed by Tim Follin and Arranged by Shnabubula

Bloody Tears - Castlevania 2 Simons Quest - originally composed by Kinichi Matsubara, Satoe Terashima & Kouji Murata and arranged by Tetsuya Fuzuki

Life Will Change (8-bit; VRC6) - Persona 5 - Originally composed by Shoji Meguro and Arranged by Branflakes


Episode 68: Setting Sail with Shootkapow

Ahoy, Game Music Lovers! Shootkapow is back again as the two of us set sail on the High Seas of VGM Goodness! Last year we brought you some excellent train tracks. Watergoing vessels may not ride on tracks, but they can still delever fathomless amounts of Very Good Music!

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Playlist:

Intro - Kapp'n Song - Aninal Crossing: New Horizons - Kazumi Totaka, Yasuaki Iwata, Yumi Takahashi, Shinobu Nagata, Sayako Doi, and Masato Ohashi - Nintento (Switch, 2020)

The Great Sea - The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD - Kenta Nagata - Nintendo (Wii-U, 2013)

Dire Dire Docks / Jolly Roger Bay - Super Mario 64 - Koji Kondo - Nintendo (N64, 1996)

Acid Tunnel of Love - Deltarune Chapter 2 - Toby Fox - Independent (Multi-Platform, 2021)

Flea and Ozzie (Nautical Mix) - You Must Build a Boat - Daverd and Troupe Gammage - EightyEightGames (Mobile/PC, 2015)

Boat Buds - A Short Hike - Mark Sparling - Adam Robinson-Yu (Multi-Platform, 2019)

Bumper Boat Battle - Six Flags Fun Park - Elik Alvarez and Freddy Sheinfeld - Ubisoft (Wii, 2009)

S. S. Anne - Pokemon FireRed/LeafGreen - Junichi Masuda, arr. Go Ichinose - Nintendo/The Pokemon Company (Game Boy Advance, 2004)

Sailing to Scaraba - EarthBound - Keiichi Suzuki and Hirokazu "Hip" Tanaka - Nintendo (Super NES, 1994)

Daisy Cruiser - Mario Kart 7 - Kenta Nagata - Nintendo (3DS, 2011)

Skull and Crossbones - Turtles in Time - Mutsuhiko Izumi - Tsutomu Ogura (cover by Lame Genie feat. Whang!) - Capcom (Arcade/Super NES, 1991)

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Blooper Reel: Gang-Plank Galleon - Donkey Kong Country - David Wise - Nintendo (Super NES, 1994)

Background Music: A Star to Sail By - Sea of Thieves - Robin Beanland - Microsoft Studios (Windows/Xbox Series, 2018)


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NNR Reruns: C1E44 - ”TwoFer Tuesday – vol. 5” (originally released 05/07/19)

May the Fourth be with you, Listeners! I -ALMOST- reran C1E9 "May the Fourth be With You" instead, which was our Star Wars game music focus. But this one was so much more relevant to imminently incoming new episodes, so I went with it instead. At the bottom of the comments, I'll include a link to C1E9, you'll get an informal "twofer" here. :-) Today’s rerun is C1E44, originally released TwoFer Tuesday, May 7th, 2019. Today’s Episode was TwoFer Tuesday - vol. 5. Amended 02/06/22 to include an all call for tracks for our upcoming "Best of 2020 / 2021" feature. The track list below has been amended to include updated timestamps and track numbers that account for the addition of the 2022 add-on.

Note: I apologize for the poor audio quality on my voice in the 2022 earcactcher. I didn't have access to the studio and "the good mic" at the time, so I just did the best I could with my built-in laptop mic.

Track Number / Game (Composer) / Track Names (Composers) / Time Stamp

01) Best of 2020 / 2021 Earcatcher: 00:00:00

02) Intro - 00:01:34

03) Daytona USA - Saturn - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi and/or David Leytze

  1. King of Speed - 00:03:43
  2. Sky High - 00:08:28

04) WipEout - PS1 - Cold Storage

  1. Messij - 00:13:03
  2. Cardinal Dancer - 00:18:14

05) Shadow Squadron - 32X - Teruhiko Nakagawa and/or Masaru Setsumaru

  1. Mission 5 - 00:23:30
  2. Mission 4 - 00:25:02

06) Arnold Palmer Tournament Golf - Genesis - Tokuhiko Uwabo

  1. BGM 2 - 00:28:22
  2. Score – 00:29:56

07) Streets of Rage 3 - Genesis - Motohiro Kawashima and Yuzo Koshiro

  1. Moon - 00:31:42
  2. The Poets 1 - 00:35:45

08) DATAWING - iOS/Android

  1. ESPIRIT.wav - ESPRIT 空想 - 00:38:56
  2. Closeness - Eyeliner - 00:42:23

09) Link: The Faces of Evil - CD-I - Tony Trippi

  1. Nortinka - 00:44:57
  2. Militron - 00:46:33

10) Double Dragon 2 - PC Engine - Hiroyuki Togo

  1. Level 2 - 00:49:12
  2. Level 6 - 00:52:12

11) Landstalker - Genesis - Motoaki Takenouchi

  1. Beneath the Mysterious Tree - 00:54:56
  2. Mysterious Island - 00:56:09

12) Wizards and Warriors 3 - NES - David Wise

  1. The Wise Men - 00:58:39
  2. Knights Guild – 00:59:52

13) Kabuki Quantum Fighter - NES - Masaki Hashimoto and/or Takahiro Wakuta

  1. Round 1 - 01:01:46
  2. Round 2 - 01:03:02

14) Snafu - Intellivision - Russell Lieblich

  1. BGM 1 - 01:04:05
  2. BGM 2 - 01:04:27

15) N++ - Multi

  1. Trivium - C Y G N - 01:05:07
  2. Shower Curtain - Planet Boelex - 01:08:50

16) GT Sport -PS4 - Lenny Ibizarre

  1. All About the Girl - 01:15:21
  2. What Can You Do? - 01:19:21

17) Final Fantasy X - PS2 - Masashi Hamauzu, Junya Nakano, and/or Nobuo Uematsu

  1. Blazing Sands - 01:24:25
  2. Besaid Island - 01:27:23

18) Final Fantasy XV - multi - Yoko Shimomura

  1. Noctis' Dream - 01:29:54
  2. Relax and Reflect - 01:33:12

19) Wii News Channel - Wii - Kazumi Totaka

  1. Tip Cat - 01:36:16
  2. Slideshow (Night) - 01:39:10

20) Outro - 01:42:38

Music Block Runtime: 01:38:57, Original Total Episode Runtime: 01:49:26, 2022 Amended Total Episode Runtime: 01:50:59

Link to to the eligible tracklist for our upcoming Listener-selected "Best of 2020 / 2021" Episode. Notes at the top of the file explain everything! :-)

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NdwSzNDnoFoho7TzDHkA1Pkfe1O5WMgqEd4Bx2sSoG4/edit?usp=sharing

Link to C1E9 "May the Fourth be with You!":

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nerd-noise-radio-channel-1-podcast-c1e9-may-the-4th/id1191401173?i=1000385079108


Episode 32-6 Rainy Days

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We are so happy it's raining outside! Because that means we get stay inside and play video games, and listen to video game music! All tracks this week are chosen by our listeners with the theme "rainy days", and every one hits the mark! Also in this week's episode, Rob quizzes Pernell on his knowledge of video game water levels. Also also in this week's episode, Rob is very sick and sounds terrible!

Listen to more of the show! https://rhythmandpixels.com

Support the podcast! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels

Episode 287: Sexy Nacho Kings

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On this week's show we've got games that remind us of another game! Specifically, these games remind us of The Legend of Zelda! For some of us, that means swords and shields and adventure, or games with sexy characters, yknow the kind of character that might be played by Ed Asner. In some cases, the connection is more literal, and in others more of a philosophical connection over the common use of the word "legend". In any case, there are great tunes and a ton of fun! Join us in Discord and tell us which legendarily great games we may have overlooked!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got GTT GEMS, all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our ABSURD FAN tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Taylor Y, Sam L, Mork, Tasty, Grimmory, PhoenixTear2121, UnsaddledZebra and Aakadarr!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

New episodes of Game That Tune record LIVE on Wednesdays at 9 PM EST on numerous platforms:

YouTube
Twitch
Facebook

The show takes podcast form and becomes available for download Tuesday mornings! Find it on Apple Podcasts or GameThatTune.com and enjoy!

We always want to hear from you, especially if you have a request! Email us at GameThatTune@gmail.com, find us on Facebook, or on Twitter @GameThatTune or on our new social media platform http://GameThatTune.club


LIVE: VGMTogether – Preserving Game Audio – PA162

Episodes Live VGMTogether

We had a great time at VGMTogether presenting our talk on game audio logging and the dedicated communities around the world that have spent years archiving music as accurately as possible. It’s a commonly overlooked topic that nevertheless supports a lot of activities in the game music scene. You may have heard it referred to… Read More » The post LIVE: VGMTogether – Preserving Game Audio – PA162 first appeared on Pixelated Audio.


[075] Lemon Jazz

About: An episode dedicated to a number of Jazzy themes. These songs gear more on the Acid Jazz flavour, with some other varied styles thrown in the mix as well.


00:00 - Danganronpa V3 [Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony]

by Masafumi Takada >


02:10 - It’s Not Over Yet [TalesWeaver]

by Nauts >


04:48 - Luke’s Door [Professor Layton and the Last Specter]

by Tomohito Nishiura >


07:17 - I’m A Spy… For Security Hall [Sonic Adventure 2]

by Fumie Kumatani, Tabitha Fair >


10:53 - Tokyo Emergency [Persona 5]

by Shoji Meguro >


13:19 - BT Ver. 5 [Unlimited SaGa]

by Masashi Hamauzu >


16:28 - Automobile Interior [AI: The Somnium Files]

by Keisuke Ito >


18:51 - Sphere Hunter - The Seagulls [Final Fantasy X-2]

by Noriko Matsueda, Takahito Eguchi >


21:36 - The Oppressed (Jukebox Ver.) [Final Fantasy VII Remake]

by Nobuo Uematsu, Miki Fujimoto >


24:15 - Team Galactic HQ [Pokémon Diamond & Pearl]

by Go Ichinose >


26:08 - Bohemian Street Jam/Simmin’ [SimCity 4]

by Jerry Martin >


31:40 - Downtown Jazz - City Lights [Tetris Effect]

by Hydelic >


34:39 - The Runaround Pt. III [Final Fantasy VII Remake: Intermission]

by Tsuyoshi Sekito, Mitsuto Suzuki >


38:44 - The Battle of Blizzard Bridge [Kirby and the Forgotten Land]

by Yuuta Ogasawara, Hirokazu Ando, Jun Ishikawa, Yuki Shimoda >


43:52 - 34°N, 12°E… For Mad Space [Sonic Adventure 2]

by Fumie Kumatani, Tabitha Fair >


www.pixelbeatpod.com >

pixelbeatpod@icloud.com >


Episode 149:Katamari Damacy Reroll

Show Notes

Matt and Kris conclude their revisit series with Katamari Damacy Reroll, the delightfully quirky PlayStation 2 game that recently resurfaced on modern platforms.

Useful Links

Background Music

Social Stuff


KVGM “The Last Wave” (5/1/22)

Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

Welcome to May, spring is in full bloom and the jams are breezin’ ala George Benson. We make a return trip to the interactive world of Scrabble, get a little naughty on the PC, hang out with animal friends, play some SLOTS!, and really channel our emotions with some slow jams. Plus, a special request from Normally Retro for the cherry on top.

Playlist

Puzz Letters – Juliet Millet
(Scrabble Interactive, Nintendo Wii)

BGM 9 – Kaori Tsutsui
(Sixty Nine, PC)

Menu – Maki Kirioka
(Animal Mania: Doki Doki Aishou Check, Game Boy Advance)

Credits – Norihiro Furukawa and Shoichiro Sakamoto
( L the ProLogue to Death Note: Spiraling Trap, Nintendo DS)

Victory- Sizila Okamura
(Jissen Pachi Slot Hisshouhou! 2, Super Famicom)

BGM_000A – Takashi Nitta
(Tokyo Majin Gakuen: Kenpucho, Sony PlayStation)

Space Station Sebel – Shin Miyamoto, Takahiro Nogi, Daisuke Takahashi, Takeaki Watanabe, and Masahiro Kajihara
(Star Trap, PC-98)

Staff Roll – Tomohiro Yoshizaki
(81diver, Sony PlayStation 2)

Special Request

Old Sun Dawn – Kenjo Yokoyama, Kensuke Komatu and Naoki Tsuchiya
(Race Drivin’, Sony PlayStation)


VGM Fight Club Episode 4x05 Wargames II Team Messenger vs Team GTT

*Disclaimer, this episode contains a lot of swear words and some vulgarity*


A rivalry older then the VGM Fight Club itself, Alex "The Messenger" Messenger and John "J Gangsta" Harrington once again do battle. But they're going to run it back in Wargames II!!!! That's right it will be the entirety of Team GTT vs Team Messenger comprised of Alex, Bedroth, Kungfu Carlito, and the newest member of the fight club; Host of the VGMporium himself, Raykayj!!!! Will team Messenger obtain victory? Or will Team GTT continue their undefeated streak at Wargames!?!?! Team GTT will be going first each round followed by Team Messenger. Best of luck!!!


Rd. 1

David F.

Chapter 9: Medusa's Final Battle- Motoi Sakuraba, Yasunori Mitsuda, Natsumi Kameoka

(Kid Icarus: Uprising)

Alex

The Sacrophagus-  Barry "Epoch" Topping, Fiona Lynch (Vocals) (Paradise Killer)


Rd. 2

John H.

Debate Scrum- Masafumi Takada (Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony)

Bedroth

Faded Dream of a Psychomeddler- Yuuta Ogasawara, Hirokazu Ando, Jun Ishikawa,

Yuki Shimooka (Kirby and The Forgotten Land)


Rd. 3

Jessie

The Sanctuary of Zi'Tah- Naoshi Mizuta (Final Fantasy XI)

Raykayj

Jakob- Yuko Komiyama, Naoto Tanaka, Shinya Okada (Mega Man X8)


Rd. 4

Johnny

Live and Learn- Crush 40 (Sonic Adventure 2)

KungFu Carlito

Like a Queen (Super Heroine Team Theme) OST- SNK Sound Team (King Of Fighters XV)


Rd. 5

Team GTT 

Fillmore- Yuzo Koshiro (ActRaiser Renaissance)

Prof Jeff

Overkill (Mission 01)- Rio Hamamoto, Toaki Usami, Mitsuhiro Kitadani, Yusuke Yamauchi,

Junichi Nakatsuru (DAEMON X MACHINA)


Sudden Death

Team GTT

Final Destination- Nobuo Uematsu (Super Smash Bros. Brawl)

Muddle Madness

Hello World- Hiroshi Okubo,Taku Inoue (Lyrics) (Touch My Katamari)


Bonus Tracks:

The Stand- The Protomen

Zero to Hero- Starlord


Sponsors

The Mindset Chic

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbEqzV39kn6ePvgKnTEovqQ/videos


When Killers Get Caught Podcast


Discord

https://discord.gg/Ga3G9R6


David's Kids Amazon List

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/35BSME54QIM92?ref_=wl_share


April Patreon Live Recording – 2022

Live show VGM LiveShow Patreon Podcast XVGM Radio xvgmradio

Mike and Justin sit down and talk about a loaded subject: Unreleased songs. But they approached it two different ways: Songs that never were actually part of the in-game portions, that may have been hidden in the code and games that never came out. The guys chuckle at a term they came up with: Incredipeed, as well as the history behind some of these tracks not making it into the games. Join us on this funny look at songs that never made it out into the VGM-spectrum officially, on the April 2022 Patreon exclusive show!

Level 96

Track Listing

Title Theme - Wii Sports Resort - Ryo Nagamatsu

Que Que - Dr Mario 64 - Seiichi Tokunaga

Disaster of Passion - Guilty Gear Strive - Daisuke Ishiwatari

Stage 1-1 - Rocket Knight Adventures - Masanori Oouchi, Aki Hata, Michiru Yamane, Masanori Adachi, and Hiroshi Kobayashi

Round 6-1 - Super Back to the Future Part II - Hitoshi Sakimoto

The Moon - Ducktales Remastered - Originally composed by Hiroshige Tonomura and Arranged by Jake Kaufman


Check out YohDood and his show Video Game Jeopardy at YohDood - Twitch


Nerd Noise Game Club - C2E7: ”All Night Super Kawaii Dance Party”

Today’s Broadcast is C2E7 for Theme Thursday, April 28th, 2022. Today’s focus will be a collection of cutesy, dancy, feel-good tracks, on a program Hugues named for us: “All Night Super Kawaii Dance Party”!

Track # / Track / Game / System / Composer (s) / Selected by

01) Lovely City - Lovely Planet - Multiplatform - Calem Bowen - St. John

  1. Earcatcher - 00:00:00
  2. Music - 00:00:09
  3. Introduction - 00:02:57
  4. Discussion - 00:06:16
  5. Top of Show Business - 00:09:08

02) Kimi wa HoeHoe Musume (Ending / Staff Roll) - Idol Hakkenden - Famicom - Kiyohiro Sada, Tomoo Misato - Hugues

  1. Music - 00:26:46
  2. Discussion - 00:29:52

03) Evil Dante - Cratermaze - TG16 - Toshiaki Takimoto, Katsunori Takahashi, Takayuki Iwabuchi, Keita Hoshi - St. John

  1. Music - 00:32:49
  2. Discussion - 00:34:38

04) Tiese Shopping District Theme - Gurumin - Multiplatform - Falcom Sound Team JDK (prob. Hayato Sonoda) - Hugues

  1. Music - 00:37:45
  2. Discussion - 00:41:20

05) Stage 1-2 - Jumping Flash 2 - PS1 - Takeo Miratsu - St. John

  1. Music - 00:47:07
  2. Discussion - 00:50:31

06) After School - Persona 3 Portable - PSP - Shoji Meguro - Hugues

  1. Music - 00:57:19
  2. Discussion - 00:59:30

07) Nice Day - Spindizzy II - X68000 - Toshiya Yamanaka and/or Tetsuya Nakano - St. John

  1. Music - 01:01:40
  2. Discussion - 01:05:15

08) Dreams of Love and Literature - Doki Doki Literature Club - Multiplatform - Dan Salvato - Hugues

  1. Music - 01:08:58
  2. Discussion - 01:12:54

09) Crystal Breeze Springs - Lovely Planet Remix - PC - Satsuma Audio - St. John

  1. Music - 01:16:31
  2. Discussion - 01:18:45

10) Electoria - Sonic Crackers (unreleased) - Genesis - Junko Shiratsu, Masato Nakamura - Hugues

  1. Music - 01:21:31
  2. Discussion - 01:24:20

11) Stage 1 - Chip Chan Kick - PCFX - Hitoshi Sakimoto and/or Masaharu Iwata - St. John

  1. Music - 01:27:20
  2. Discussion - 01:30:17

12) Clothes Make The Man - Shakedown Hawaii - Multiplatform - Hugues

  1. Music - 01:33:40
  2. Discussion - 01:35:25

13) Message from Nightopia - Nights into Dreams - Multiplatform - Naofumi Hataya - St. John

  1. Music - 01:38:41
  2. Discussion - 01:41:50
  3. End of Show Business - 01:45:38
  4. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT (-IMPORTANT-) - 01:46:54
  5. MOAR End of Show Business - 01:49:24
  6. Our Other Shows - 01:50:10
  7. Graduation II Discussion - 01:52:50
  8. Sign-off - 01:53:55

14) Track 9 (ending probably) - Graduation II - PC Engine - Isao Mizoguchi (likely) - Hugues

  1. Music - 01:54:20
  2. Blooper Reel - 01:56:40

Total Episode Runtime: 02:04:35

Retro Game Club can be found here:

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/retro-game-club/id1453018680

You can also follow Retro Game Club on Facebook and Instagram @retrogameclubpodcast and on Twitter @rgcpodcast.

Hugues’ blog (and his Sega Genesis demo) can be found here:

https://huguesjohnson.com/

You can find Nerd Noise Radio on Facebook and on Twitter each @NerdNoiseRadio. There are also two Facebook Groups: Nerd Noise Radio “Easy Mode” where we just have general video game and nerd fun, or for the gearheads among you, Nerd Noise Radio “Expert Mode” where we deep dive sound hardware, composer info, and music theory.

You can find the blog at www.nerdnoiseradio.blogspot.com. Where we sometimes share additional show notes, and inside info. You can also find Nerd Noise Radio on Archive.org, where we have remixes and super bonuses only available there (such as a music-only alternative version of today’s show).

Nerd Noise Radio is also a member of the Retro Junkies community, which can be found at www.theretrojunkies.com. And we are a member of the VGM Podcast Fans community on Facebook. St. John is also the admin of the Podcasters of Des Moines Facebook group, which features a number of other podcasters and great programs from the greater Des Moines area.

Thanks for listening! Join us again in May (exact date TBD) for C1E64: “ThreeFer Thursday”, and wherever you are…..Fly the N!!


Episode 32-5 Mothers Day with Bedroth

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This week we're talking about moms in video games! They're sometimes in the background, sometimes a part of their story, but always very important. There's music from a variety of games, RPGs, action games, and even fighting games!

Joining us to tackle this topic is Bedroth, host of Very Good Music: A VGM Podcast! Bedroth was last on our show to talk about video game dads, so it's only fitting we hit another side of this equation!

Find more of the show! https://rhythmandpixels.com

Support the podcast! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels

Rock Out With Your Cart Out Dream Event 34

Podcasts Rock Out With Your Cart Out

CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK TO THE EPISODE!

Twice a month, I find the games that came out that half of the month in five year increments and pick out music from those games for a really long episode. For this nearly 3 hour long episode, we’re looking at the games that came out in the first half of April in 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002, 2007, 2012, and 2017.

These episodes are exclusive to Patreon backers who subscribe to the $3 a month and above tiers. Subscribing gets you access to all the previous episodes as well! Head over to my Patreon and kick in that $3 a month to listen! Want to hear what they’re like? ROWYCODE 12, which was the first one I did in this format, and ROWYCODE 25 are both free to listen to!

1987

Sanma no Meitantei – 1

Sanma no Meitantei – 7

Sanma no Meitantei – 8

Sanma no Meitantei – 9

Apple Town Monogatari: Little Computer People – 1

Apple Town Monogatari: Little Computer People – 8

Apple Town Monogatari: Little Computer People – 11

Higemaru Makaijima: Nanatsu no Shima Daibouken – 5

Higemaru Makaijima: Nanatsu no Shima Daibouken – 8

Higemaru Makaijima: Nanatsu no Shima Daibouken – 11

1992

Cho Jiku Yosai Macross 2036 – Title Screen

Cho Jiku Yosai Macross 2036 – Stage 2

Cho Jiku Yosai Macross 2036 – Stage 3

Cho Jiku Yosai Macross 2036 – Stage 5

Cho Jiku Yosai Macross 2036 – Ending Credits

Aerobiz – Opening

Aerobiz – Init

Aerobiz – Pacific

Aerobiz – Japan

Othello World – Title Screen

Othello World – Game with Rabbit Set Up

Othello World – Freedom Zone and Ocean Opening

Othello World – Sky Zone Game

Othello World – Sanctuary Game

Othello World – Staff Roll

A Ressha de Ikou MD – 1

A Ressha de Ikou MD – 3

A Ressha de Ikou MD – 6

A Ressha de Ikou MD – 10

Samurai-Ghost – Zone Start

Samurai-Ghost – In Game 2

Pebble Beach Golf Links – On the Links, It’s Out and Back

1997

Alundra – Alundra

Alundra – Murgg Village

Alundra – Kline’s Dream

Alundra – Miming, The Insignificant Leader

Alundra – The Child’s Dream

Alundra – The One Who Hates Man

Alundra – Melzas, The Combined God

2002

Armored Core 3 – Your Doors

Armored Core 3 – Bravado

2007

Super Paper Mario – Champion of Destruction

Super Paper Mario – Super Paper Mario

Super Paper Mario – Lineland Road

Super Paper Mario – One Shot

Boom Boom Rocket – Smooth Operetta

Boom Boom Rocket – Rave New World

Boom Boom Rocket – Hall of the Mountain Dude

Boom Boom Rocket – 1812 Overdrive

GriMgRiMoiRe – Magic Classroom

GriMgRiMoiRe – Battle

The Red Star – ????

The Red Star – ????

The Red Star – ????

The Red Star – ????

The Red Star – ????

2012

SkullGirls – SkullGirls

SkullGirls – SkullGirls -Character Select-

Fez – Beacon

Fez – Sync

Fez – Home

Juniper’s Knot – Bleeding

Juniper’s Knot – All Dried Out

Juniper’s Knot – Stella

2017

Blackwood Crossing – The Crossing

Slime-san – Mighty Mama Earworm

Slime-san – Slumptown Shuffle

Slime-san – Hit the Slime Note

Slime-san – Organ Donor

Slime-san – Akiha- Worma

Team Kirby Clash – Opening Cutscene

Team Kirby Clash – Quest Board

Team Kirby Clash – Ordeal! (Orchestral)

Team Kirby Clash – Credits (True Ending)

Team Kirby Clash – Town (Final)

Mr. Shifty – Dancing Between Bullets

Mr. Shifty – Invisible

Mr. Shifty – Knife’s Edge


Lifeformed and Janice Kwan's soundtrack for 'Tunic' accompanies a little fox on a big adventure

Composers Lifeformed (Terence Lee) and Janice Kwan created an imaginative, old-school soundtrack to accompany the very small fox on his mysterious adventure.

Episode 286: All Dogs Go to Hyrule

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We don’t have many traditions of Game That Tune but one that has been long established and unbroken is the redo episode every 26 episodes! These special shows give us a chance to revisit some of our favorite games and tunes and see how our perceptions have changed since the last time we discussed them. And if our perceptions haven’t changed then we’re probably just gonna ramble and never get in topic. Either way, it’s a ton of fun! Join us in Discord and tell us what games deserve a second spot on the show!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got GTT GEMS, all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our ABSURD FAN tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Taylor Y, Sam L, Mork, Tasty, Grimmory, PhoenixTear2121, UnsaddledZebra and Aakadarr!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

New episodes of Game That Tune record LIVE on Wednesdays at 9 PM EST on numerous platforms:

YouTube
Twitch
Facebook

The show takes podcast form and becomes available for download Tuesday mornings! Find it on Apple Podcasts or GameThatTune.com and enjoy!

We always want to hear from you, especially if you have a request! Email us at GameThatTune@gmail.com, find us on Facebook, or on Twitter @GameThatTune


Composer Tips

Episodes

In this very special episode, Karl & Will share some insights and tips on composition! Will shares a segment about melody, Karl shares a full recorded documentation of his process of composing a tune, and composer and arranger Tyler Mire stops by for an intermission chat. Enjoy!

Thanks again to Tyler Mire for taking the time to chat!


Episode 94 :: Street Fighter Alpha 2, Skullgirls

Blog link: http://videogamegrooves.com/2022/04/24/episode-94-street-fighter-alpha-2-skullgirls

No fighting game soundtrack left unfeatured! At least, that seems to be our motto, but can you blame us? We just can’t pass up these pristine pressings of pugilistic polyphony! This week, Anthony takes us back to class and demonstrates the musical evolution of the Street Fighter series with Street Fighter Alpha 2. We listen to some of the riffs on the classic SF2 themes, and we’re introduced to some new ones that fit seamlessly into the pantheon of music… but what are we left humming? Then we take a jog on the jazzy and jiggly side with Skullgirls, jamming to Michiru Yamane and Vincent Diamante’s homage to the 1940s, while the gameplay recalls Marvel vs Capcom 2. The game’s interesting history and ambitious art and music are front and center for appreciation. We may throw down a few gauntlets in this episode. Ready? Fight!

We press on to discuss the “genre” considerations of listenability and vinyl pressing. Why have fighting games been regularly featured on VGG, and what types of games seem to be missing? We also catch you up on the latest releases and announcements! Could international currency exchange work in your favor this week? Mmmmmaybe.

Outro: “Guy Theme” – Street Fighter 2 Alpha, by Setsuo Yamamoto, Syun Nishigaki, Tatsuro Suzuki

Twitter – @vg_grooves, @jeremy_lamont, @ajohnagnello

Links:
Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition Vinyl (Square Enix US) (Square Enix JP)
https://store.na.square-enix-games.com/en_US/product/725855/chrono-cross-the-radical-dreamers-edition-vinyl
https://store.jp.square-enix.com/item/SQEX_10936.html
Final Fantasy Chocobo and Friends (Square Enix US)
https://store.na.square-enix-games.com/en_US/product/725858/chocobo-and-friends-select-tracks-from-the-fantasy-series-compi-vinyl-set
Final Fantasy 9 (Square Enix US)
https://store.na.square-enix-games.com/en_US/product/726993/final-fantasy-ix-vinyl
Needy Girl Overdose (Frontier Works, Amazon JP)
https://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B09WYJYL5K/

Deathloop (Limited Edition X4LP Boxset) (Laced Records)
https://www.lacedrecords.co/products/deathloop-original-soundtracklimited-edition-x4lp-boxset
Deathloop (Deluxe Double Vinyl) (Laced Records)
https://www.lacedrecords.co/collections/vinyl/products/deathloop-original-soundtrack-deluxe-double-vinyl
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands (Laced Records)
https://www.lacedrecords.co/products/tiny-tina-s-wonderlands-limited-edition-deluxe-double-vinyl
Far Cry 6 (Laced Records)
https://www.lacedrecords.co/products/far-cry-6-limited-edition-deluxe-triple-vinyl
Mercenary Kings (Yetee Records)
https://theyetee.com/products/mercenary-kings-soundtrack
Streets Of Rage 4: Mr. X Nightmare (Brave Wave)
https://limitedrungames.com/collections/all-soundtracks/products/streets-of-rage-4-mr-x-nightmare-vinyl-soundtrack
Umurangi Generation (Stumpy Frog Records)
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About That… Paradise Killer B-Sides (Black Screen Records)
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Eastward (iam8bit)
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Unpacking (Limited Run Games)
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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn Of Ragnarök (Lakeshore Records)
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Banjo-Kazooie Re-Jiggyed (Respawned Records) (Black Screen Records)
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Hypnospace Outlaw (Fangamer)
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A Hat In Time Vol. 2 (Yetee Records)
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Detroit: Become Human Vol. 2 (Quantic Dream) (Limited Run Games)
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https://limitedrungames.com/collections/all-games/products/detroit-become-human-original-soundtrack-volume-2-vinyl
Bomberman I & II (Ship To Shore PhonoCo.)
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Traveler – A Journey Symphony Vinyl (Bandcamp crowdfunding campaign)
https://austinwintory.bandcamp.com/campaign/traveler-a-journey-symphony
Gabriel Knight – Synths Of The Fathers (arrangement album) (Two Guys Records, Qrates)
https://qrates.com/projects/26203-synths-of-the-father
Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture (Music On Vinyl)
https://www.musiconvinyl.com/shop/original-soundtrack/everybody-s-gone-to-the-rapture



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KVGM “The Last Wave” (4/24/22)

Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

Lots of BACKGROUND MUSIC this week, with some unknown composers (no thanks to the KVGM Summer Interns). But you know, that’s okay…because the music more than makes up for the lack of information. We’ve got horse tracks, tourism tracks, picross tracks, powerful grandpa tracks, mahjong tracks, basketball beat ’em up tracks…even a little visual novel to check the boxes. If you want to help the summer interns by completing some of these “unknowns”, please reach out – kvgmradio@gmail.com. Help us help you.

Playlist

BGM 69 – Ryuji Nishida
(A-Train: All Aboard! Tourism, Nintendo Switch)

BGM 1 – Jupiter Sound Team
(Picross S3, Nintendo Switch)

BGM 9 – Unknown
(Zettai Zetsumei Dangerous Jiisan: Shijou Saikyou no Dogeza, Game Boy Advance)

BGM 10 – Unknown
(Shuukan Gallop: Blood Master, Sony PlayStation)

Shopping – Masafumi Ogata
(Angel Snow, PC)

BGM 5 – Yasuyuki Suzuki
(Street Jam, Arcade)

STRC_0C – Hiroshi Ebihara
(Puzzle Guzzle, Sony PlayStation Portable)

Staff Roll – Jun Enoki
(Super Real Mahjong PV Paradise: All-Star Four-Player Strike, Super Famicom)

Special Request

Red Tie – Hiroto Saito
(POWER DoLLS 3, PC)


NNR Reruns: C1E8 - ”Battle of the Bits – vol. 1” (originally released 04/23/17)

Today’s rerun is C1E8, originally released Scene Sunday, April 23rd, 2017 [aka 5yrs ago TODAY]. Today’s rerun was a focus on Chip Tunes from the "Battle of the Bits" Chip Tune community on a program we called "Battle of the Bits - vol. 1". Amended 02/06/22 to include an all call for tracks for our upcoming "Best of 2020 / 2021" feature. The track list below has been amended to include updated timestamps and track numbers that account for the addition of the 2022 add-on.

Note: I apologize for the poor audio quality on my voice in the 2022 earcactcher. I didn't have access to the studio and "the good mic" at the time, so I just did the best I could with my built-in laptop mic.

This Episode is dedicated to the memory of Chris Chandler.

Tracklist - Track#, Composer, Track Name, System (Chip(s)), BotB Event, Timestamp:

01) Best of 2020 / 2021 Earcatcher: 00:00:00

02) Intro – 00:01:34

03) FearOfDark - Pancake Department - NES - WinterChip 7 – 00:03:29

04) Strobe - Citizens of Luala - Turbografx16 - SummerChip 3 – 00:07:16

05) Diagamblic (DYA) - The Upside Down - PCE - SummerChip 6 – 00:10:17

06) TristEndo - Take One For Teh Team - Genesis - WinterChip 8 – 00:14:03

07) Baron Knoxbury - Smeakny - YM2149/AY - WinterChip 8 – 00:16:48

08) TQ-Jam - Amanats - 2A03+N106 - SummerChip 3 – 00:17:26

09) Warlord - Space Boogie - AmigaMOD - WinterChip VI – 00:19:59

10) FearOfDark The Day the Sun Exploded - SAPx2 - SumCh3 – 00:21:54

11) MootBooxle - A Change of Pace - OPL2+voc+drum - WinCh8 – 00:24:03

12) Kulor - The Sawblade Factory - SNES - SummerChip 7 – 00:28:46

13) Jredd (feat DYA) - Rise from the Ashes - Gen - SumCh7 – 00:31:23

14) Diagamblic (f Jredd) - Double Jump Moon Casino - Gen - SC7 – 00:34:03

15) Kfaraday - Diamondilium - SID - WinterChip 8 – 00:36:29

16) Chip Champion - Ice Fields - SMS - WinterChip 8 – 00:38:56

17) Baron Knoxburry - Azure Ascension - SNES - SummerChip3 – 00:41:20

18) Strobe - The Current System - Genesis - WinterChip8 – 00:43:27

19) FearOfDark - Fun With Laser Guns - FDS - WinterChip8 – 00:46:12

20) Outro – 00:49:43

Music Block Runtime: 00:46:20, Original Total Episode Runtime: 00:54:40, 2022 Amended Total Episode Runtime: 00:56:11

Link to to the eligible tracklist for our upcoming Listener-selected "Best of 2020 / 2021" Episode. Notes at the top of the file explain everything! :-)

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NdwSzNDnoFoho7TzDHkA1Pkfe1O5WMgqEd4Bx2sSoG4/edit?usp=sharing


Senpai's Playlist 4x04 Inuyasha Retrospect or We Lost The File

Me and Claire had a really awesome episode recorded. We truly did. Then we lost Claire's audio file for the episode. So what else could we do other then have me record the episode alone and bring it to you, our loyal fans. We both picked various tracks from the Inuyasha anime series and a track from one of the movies. We hope you enjoy my solo act tonight. And should we ever recover the file I'll just re-release it as a bonus lost episode. Please enjoy. 


1. Shinjitsu No Uta- Do As Infinity 5th Ed

2. Come- Namie Amuro 7th Ed

3. Rakuen- Do As Infinity 

4. Mischevious Kiss- Day After Tomorrow 6th Ed

5. My Will- Dream 1st Ed

6. I Am- Hitomi Op 2


Bonus Tracks

Every Heart- BOA

ReBorn- NEWS


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Episode 11 - What Could Go Wrong

This episode is devoted to ominous VGM. The episode title does not include a question mark, and that is intentional.

Special thanks to fellow VGM podcaster Bedroth the Chinbeard for providing the voice of North Tennessee State University. He’s the host of Very Good Music, which you can check out at https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/ykr76-bda6e/Very-Good-Music-A-VGM-Podcast. You can find him on Twitter at @VGMpod.

The latest episode of the Pixel Beat podcast would make an excellent double feature with this one. If you liked this episode, and you’re not done with the downbeat VGM yet, check that one out over at https://pixelbeatpod.buzzsprout.com/1797351/10461275-074-a-cold-dark-night.

If you want to reach me, you can email me at shujinacademyvgmclub@gmail.com. You can find me on Twitter at @ShujinVGMClub, and on Instagram at ShujinAcademyVGMClub. Please leave me a five star rating on iTunes or Spotify or wherever you’re finding this episode.

Track Listing:

00:00 - Show Tagline

00:05 - Hang On - Title

00:51 - Talk Segment 1

03:44 - Kingdom Hearts - Dive Into The Heart ~Destati~

08:39 - Salamander / Life Force (Arcade) - Poison of Snake

10:16 - Alien Syndrome (Arcade) - Stage Theme

14:13 - Final Fantasy Legend - Demon Cave

17:13 - Mega Man X - Sigma Fortress 3

19:01 - Talk Segment 2

21:30 - Front Mission: Gun Hazard - Resistance

23:08 - Ninja Gaiden II - Puppetmaster [Cutscenes]

24:07 - Legacy of the Wizard - Item Select Theme

27:05 - Mega Man X 2 - Final Destination

28:03 - Shin Megami Tensei: If . . . - Data Load Screen

28:45 - Lufia and the Fortress of Doom - Wave of Evil

29:57 - Talk Segment 3

33:24 - Final Fantasy: The Four Heroes of Light - Cursed Town

37:22 - Treasure Hunter G - A Position of Total Control

39:13 - Front Mission: Gun Hazard - Cavern

43:16 - Final Fantasy X - Place of Ordeals

46:48 - Persona 5 - Ominous

49:35 - Final Fantasy XIII - The Vile Peaks

52:37 - Show Outro


VGM Tracker 85


00:01
Advanced Fantasian - Encounter - PC-88

02:51
Dios - Opening 2 - PC-88

04:20
Battletoads & Double Dragon - Level 5 - NES

06:52
Ninja Gaiden 3 - Stages 2-2 & 5-2 - NES

09:16
Road Rash - Pacific Coast - SMS

12:25
Road Rash 2 - Vermont - SEGA

16:26
The Messenger - Harness the Winds (Howling Grotto) - PC

18:07
The Messenger - Harnessing the Wind (Howling Grotto) - PC

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Episode 32-4 Get Charged Up!

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It's springtime and we're listening to tracks that get us charged up! There was a little confusion with what Pernell meant by "charged up", but they work it out! In the end you'll find a selection of super-charged and super charged up tracks perfect for your Spring break!

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Episode 285: Ducky Hovercraft

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We're moving a little slower than usual this week, probably because the theme has us feeling OLD! Old games, old characters, old settings; if there's anything old about it, we're talking about it here! Join us in Discord it's the new-fangled chat thing the youths are using to communicate!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got GTT GEMS, all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our ABSURD FAN tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Taylor Y, Sam L, Mork, Tasty, Grimmory, PhoenixTear2121, UnsaddledZebra and Aakadarr!

Special thanks to @AnKerrigan for our episode art! Support their art and other projects by visiting https://an-kerrigan.omg.lol/

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

New episodes of Game That Tune record LIVE on Wednesdays at 9 PM EST on numerous platforms:

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The show takes podcast form and becomes available for download Tuesday mornings! Find it on Apple Podcasts or GameThatTune.com and enjoy!

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[074] A Cold, Dark Night

About: A cold and windy dark night approaches. Hunker down and survive the night.


Artwork: Final Fantasy VI


00:00 - Dark World [Final Fantasy VI]

by Nobuo Uematsu >


02:56 - Olhos na Sala Esculo [The House in Fata Morgana]

by Gao >


05:39 - Staring Into The Void [13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim]

by Hitoshi Sakimoto, Mitsuhiro Kaneda, Yoshimi Kudo, Yukinori Kikuchi, Kazuki Higashihara, Azusa Chiba >


08:30 - On a Knife’s Edge [Octopath Traveller]

by Yasunori Nishiki >


11:37 - The Girl and the Firefly [Child of Light]

by Cœur de Pirate >


13:44 - The Nightmare Begins [Final Fantasy VII]

by Nobuo Uematsu >


16:40 - Folsense [Professor Layton and Pandora’s Box]

by Tomohito Nishiura >


19:50 - Ancient Dolphin [Trials of Mana]

by Hiroki Kikuta >


24:43 - Dark Zone [Brandish 2: The Planet Buster]

by Falcom Sound Team jdk >


28:04 - Faint Glow [Deltarune: Chapter 2]

by Toby Fox >


29:21 - Out Of The Frying Pan [Final Fantasy X]

by Nobuo Uematsu >


32:25 - Storm Beach [Donkey Kong Country Returns]

by Minako Hamano, Masaru Tajima, Shinji Ushiroda, Daisuke Matsuoka, Kenji Yamamoto, David Wise, Eveline Fischer >


34:31 - Anxiety [Final Fantasy VII]

by Nobuo Uematsu >


38:33 - Empty Town [Delatrune: Chapter 1]

by Toby Fox >


39:52 - Select of Sorrow [Steins;Gate]

by Takeshi Abo >


41:31 - The Grateful Afterlife [Loop Hero]

by blinch >


44:08 - Black and White [Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward]

by Masayoshi Soken, Yukiko Takada >


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KVGM “The Last Wave” (4/17/22)

Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

More jams, more jams, more jams. More mahjong, more visual novel smut, more picross late night action, more Nobuo Uematsu. Hopefully you find something you enjoy in here…hopefully you enjoy it all. If you don’t enjoy any of it, maybe you should be listening to our sister show, KVGM “Afteryachts”, featuring some of the best dad yacht rock in video games.

Playlist

Crystalline – Fernanda Dias
(Unsighted, Nintendo Switch)

Expedition – Nobuo Uematsu
(Fantasian, iOS)

Criminal Investigation – MANYO
(Kara no Shojo: The Second Episode, PC)

Match #1 – Kennosuke Suemura
(Super Real Mahjong: Dousoukai, Game Boy Advance)

BGM 1 – Jupiter Sound Team
(Picross S5, Nintendo Switch)

Select – Mariko Nanba
(Blinx: The Time Sweeper, Microsoft Xbox)

BGM 22 – Doors Music Entertainment
(Echo, PC)

Ending – Masahiko Takaki
(Raimais, Arcade)


Level 95: N64 with The Last Rican

Track Listing

Forest Temple - Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - Koji Kondo

River of Souls - Turok 2: Seeds of Evil - Darren Mitchell

Backwater Station - StarCraft 64 - Derek Duke, Jason Hayes, Glenn Stafford and Tracy W. Bush

Battle Preparation - Pokémon Stadium 2 - Hajime Wakai

Match BGM 2 - WWF No Mercy - Kouji Niikura

Ground - Winback Covert Operations - Kaori Nakabai, Keiji Yamagishi and Tsutomu Hirasawa

02 - Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards - Jun Ishikawa and Hirokazu Ando


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Episode 67: Pikuniku (with Flare and Luna)

This week, Bedroth is joined by his two youngest daughters, Flare and Luna. The kids have been very excited to do their first podcast, and after a lot of back-and-forth, decided to talk about one of their favorite games to play together: Pikuniku.

The game, released in 2019 by Devolver Digital and developed by French-British indie collective Sectordub, stars a strange, red, ovoid creature named Piku (whose orange counterpart, Niku, is the avatar for player 2), as he takes on the megalomaniacal Mr. Sunshine, who wants to strip the land of all its resources, which he will use to hatch an even more nefarious plot. The single-player mode is a puzzle-platforming adventure, while the two-player mode includes both a cooperative adventure and competitive mini-games.

The clever, lighthearted soundtrack by Calum Boen (sometimes known simply as Bo En)perfectly complimentes the simple, childlike art style designed by Arnaud De Bock (also the game's creator) and the quirky, humorous story by Remi Forcadel.

You can find Calum at https://www.youtube.com/user/calumbowen and http://bo-en.info/, and you can check out (and purchase!) the Pikuniku soundtrack at https://calumbowen.bandcamp.com/album/pikuniku-original-soundtrack.

For more about the soundtrack, check out Kate Remington's interview with Calum on Music Respawn: http://www.respawnshow.com/home-1/2019/2/7/calum-bowens-funny-lighthearted-soundtrack-for-pikuniku

Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways:

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Playlist:

The Mountain Village

Free Money!

El Bunko

King of the Dancefloor

Run!

Underground Friends

Mother's Lullaby

Don't Fall!

The Sun Is Shining

Everything's Gonna Be Okay

Bonus Track: Enter The Mine


Special thanks to our Patrons:

Alex Messenger, host of A VGM Journey

The Last Rican, host of VGM Fight Club and Senpai's Playlist

Skeletroy, creator of SNES Thrash Remixes on YouTube

Ryan Steel, composer of Catlandia: Crisis at Fort PawPrint

"Kung Fu" Carlito, host of Heroes Three: Adventures in Asian Cinema

Forrest Shamlian, creator of Castle Corp and Bomb Show on YouTube

SprintCade

The Mysterious Nathan


Artist Links:

Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com

Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito

Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad

Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy



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Roadkill – PA161

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Today we’re joined be returning guest Jesse Bishop aka Street Cleaner to talk about Roadkill! It’s an Amiga and Amiga CD-32 top down combat racing game released around early 1995, developed by Vision Software and published by Acid Software, both New Zealand based studios. The game’s music was written by Blair Zuppicich, a composer and… Read More » The post Roadkill – PA161 first appeared on Pixelated Audio.


'A Memoir Blue' is a deeply personal project

Shelley Chen created the game A Memoir Blue as a way to sift through her relationship with her mother, by creating the fictional world-class swimmer Miriam, who also has a challenge connecting with her mother.

Episode 212: Elder Scrolls Online Blackwood

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Episode 32-3 Our Friendship Foundations and Fissures

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This week on the show we’re listening to music that makes us extra nostalgic. These are the games that formed friendships with long nights gaming. And sometimes tested those friendships with difficult cooperative modes! In a way this episode is about Rob and Pernell’s friendship, so expect lots of long stories!

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Episode 284: Godzilla vs. Muppets

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This week's episode is all about games that make you feel happy! We understand that not everyone feels happiness for the same reasons, so we've got a pretty diverse lineup of games! Join us in Discord and tell us what game makes you the happiest!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got GTT GEMS, all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our ABSURD FAN tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Taylor Y, Sam L, Mork, Tasty, Grimmory, PhoenixTear2121, UnsaddledZebra and Aakadarr!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream Twitch channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

New episodes of Game That Tune record LIVE on Wednesdays at 9 PM EST on numerous platforms:

YouTube
Twitch
Facebook

The show takes podcast form and becomes available for download Tuesday mornings! Find it on Apple Podcasts or GameThatTune.com and enjoy!

We always want to hear from you, especially if you have a request! Email us at GameThatTune@gmail.com, find us on Facebook, or on Twitter @GameThatTune


Reflections: VGM CON 2022

Episodes

In this casual episode, Karl, Will & Marty reflect on the previous weekend at VGM CON 2022 and all the fun that was had! The guys share a few tastes of some killer performances, and also a few marcato fam members pop in to share their highlights as well!

VGM Collective - Butter Building

8-Bit Music Theory Trio - Yoshi's Story

Super Marcato Bros. - Burning Heat

Zach Sershon - Chillin' with the Villains

Dom Palombi's Game Night - Air Man

Ian Cowell - Ca-Caw, Brah


KVGM “The Last Wave” (4/10/22)


Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

If you like the Last Wave, and you haven’t already, please consider rating and reviewing the show on Apple Music to help get the word out there that KVGM brings only the smoothest video game music week in and week out. You can also rate the show on Spotify but not sure that really does anything…but it doesn’t hurt. Other than that…well…yeah…enjoy the jams this week, from bowling to soccer lifestyles of the rich and famous…to New Jack baseball swing…even a little horror survival for the real creeps out there.

Playlist

Life && Work – Shinji Hosoe, Ayako Saso and Shuhei Seki
(Carnage Heart EXA, Sony PlayStation Portable)

Autumn Girl – Naotoshi Nishino
(Autumn Colors, PC)

BGM – Noriko Shoda
(Family Bowling, Sony PlayStation)

BGM 10 – Yusuke Beppu and Shigenori Masuko
(Sylvanian Families: Yousei no Stick to Fushigi no Ki: Marron-inu no Onnanoko, Game Boy Advance)

Menu – T’s Music
(Soccer Life 2, Sony PlayStation 2)

Candy Town Casino – Toshiyuki Sasagawa
(Far East of Eden: The Apocalypse IV, Sega Saturn)

Post-Game Show – Yoshinori Kawamoto
(Super Batter Up, Super Nintendo)

Ending – Hiroshi Miyagawa
(Nanatsu no Hikan, Sega Dreamcast)

Special Request

Character Ending – Loser Kashiwagi
(Otomedius G, Microsoft Xbox 360)


Level 94

Track Listing

Round Game - Warios Woods - Soyo Oka and Shinobu Amayake

The Demons Dead - Doom II: Hell on Earth - Robert Prince

Sabrewulf Theme - Killer Instinct - Robin Beanland and Graeme Norgate

Brinstar Red Soil Swampy Area - Super Metroid - Kenji Yamamoto and Minako Hamano

Kyoto - Tekken - Yoshie Arakawa and Yoshie Takayanagi

Sky High - Daytona USA - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi


Rock Out With Your Cart Out 95 – Airgrave (PS1)

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It’s no Illumination Laser, but we’re going with another soundtrack to a not particularly well known vertical scrolling shooter. This time, it’s Airgrave for the PS1! Hey, at least this game came out when the PS1 was a viable platform. The X68000 was more or less long dead by the time Illumination Laser came out.

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And finally, here’s the track listing for this episode.

  • Title
  • Player Select
  • Area 1 “Attack on the Front Base”
  • Area 2 “Sea Side Base”
  • Area 3 “York City at Night”
  • Area 4 “High Up in the Sky”
  • Boss 1
  • Area 5 “Fly Over the River in the Valley”
  • Area 6 “Sky Fortress”
  • Area 7 “Inside of the Sky Fortress”
  • Boss 2
  • Area 8 “The Final Mission”
  • Last Boss
  • Ranking

Senpai's Playlist Episode 4x03 With Us Even In Death or I Watched This Man Die 3x!!!!

WARNING: Spoilers are heavy in this episode for Akame Ga Kill, Mobile Suit Gundam Iron Blooded Orphans, Demon Slayer: Mugen Train Arc, Bleach, My Hero Academia, One Piece


On today's episode Me and Claire play tracks from anime where a character's death effected us quite profoundly. While playing the tracks we discuss what qualifies as a quickie, Elden Ring (again), upcoming games this month, and my car problems. 


1. Konna Sekai Shiritaku Nakatta- Akame Ga Kill Ed 1

2. Akeboshi- Demon Slayer: Mugen Train Arc Op

3. Aoi Tori- Bleach Ed 27

4. Fighter- Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans Season 2 Ed 2

5. Shout Baby- My Hero Academia Season 4 Ed 2

6. One Day- One Piece Op 13


Bonus

Raise Your Flag- Man On A Mission


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Episode 32-2 Friendship Foundations and Friendship Fissures

rhythm and pixels World 32 featured guilty gear x2: the midnight carnival metal gear solid mortal kombat mr. dooves pokemon powerglove skate or die! soul calibur super mario bros. 3 team fortress 2

Remember those games that all your friends would come over to play every day after school? Where you would all bond over those special moments in Mario Kart, or the triumph of that one last hadoken to defeat M. Bison? Maybe your memories or different, maybe it's how that one last hadoken was also the last straw and broke up a friendship. We have these stories and more in this week's show!

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The Uematsuplex Podcast Episode 1: AEW Revolution 2022 & Wrestlemania 38 Recap

Welcome to the very new podcast, The Uematsuplex. A podcast centered around professional wrestling and hosted by two VGM Podcasters. Myself; Darryl "The Last Rican" Bowers of VGM Fight Club and Jessie "By Gawd" Moore of Game That Tune. Once a month (usually after a PPV) we will record an episode discussing the month in wrestling. Each month we will feature several categories where we will pick our favorites of the month for each one as well as discuss wrestling within itself. We will also play soundtracks from various Final Fantasy games in the background during each show. Our first episode focuses on the time between AEW Revolution and Wrestlemania 38. So hope you all enjoy and welcome!!!!


Finisher of The Month

Jessie: Redrum

Darryl: Spear Low Sweep Combo


Worst Finisher:

Jessie: Austin's Stunner on McMahon

Darryl: Storm Zero/Styles Clash


Match Of The Month:

Jessie: Sammie Zayn vs Johnny Knoxville/Thunder Rosa vs Britt Baker Cage Match

Darryl: Eddie Kingston vs Chris Jericho


Jobber of The Month: Austin Theory


Wrestler of The Month: Kevin Owens


Title of The Month: NXT North American Championship


Dumpster Fire: Tamina vs Dana Brooke


Entrance Theme of The Month: Miseria Cantare- AFI (CM Punk ROH/AEW Revolution)

Background Music: Final Fantasy NES Soundtrack


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Jared Emerson-Johnson reunites with Sam and Max

Jared says these soundtracks were some of his favorites to write, and, as a composer not that far into his career, he learned a lot in the process.

Episode 283: Press X to Sass

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In this week's episode there's power in numbers! We've got games with multiple playable characters in your party! A team if you will! We're talking wacky wasteland westerns, games designed for very specific trans-oceanic flights, the best and worst wizards, the most lore-packed demo in years, and as always we say fuck Leonardo Da Vinci! Join us in Discord and tell us your favorite playable parties!

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Episode 80: Codemasters’ Quattro Games Series

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Codemaster’s Quattro Games series hit the NES market in the early 1990’s as entries in their Aladdin Deck Enhancer series. Each of the three unlicensed carts had four titles, and each one centered around a theme: Sports, Adventure, and Arcade. The games were of varying quality, but the soundtracks from Gavin Raeburn, Ashley Hogg, and cohorts wowed any gamer fortunate enough to check these carts out. On today’s show, Ed explores all twelve games across the entire Quattro NES series, as well as a few detours to listen to some amazing music from ports on other systems. Mix in a little Codemasters history and a quick Aladdin Deck Enhancer tech showcase, and you’ve got yourself a fun and informative VGMbassy episode!


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The Tracklist:

1 – “Title Theme” from Pro Tennis Simulator (NES, 1991) Composed by Gavin Raeburn

2 – “Title Theme from Pro Tennis Simulator (Amiga, 1990) Composed by Lyndon Sharp

3 – “Title Theme” from BMX Simulator (NES, 1991) Composed by Gavin Raeburn

4 – “Initials Entry” from BMX Simulator (NES, 1991) Composed by Gavin Raeburn

5 – “Title Theme” from Soccer Simulator (NES, 1991) Composed by Gavin Raeburn

6 – “Match Theme” from Baseball Pros (NES, 1991) Composed by Gavin Raeburn

7 – “Attract Mode” from Professional Ski Simulator (C64, 1987) Composed by Steve Barrett

8 – “Title Theme” from Professional Snooker Simulator (C64, 1988) Composed by David Whittaker

9 – “Stage 5” from Linus Spacehead (NES, 1992) Composed by Allister Brimble

10 – “Stage 2” from Super Robin Hood (NES, 1992) Composed by Gavin Raeburn

11 – “Stage 1 Forest” from Boomerang Kid (NES, 1992) Composed by Allister Brimble

12 – “Stage Theme” from Treasure Island Dizzy (NES, 1992) Composed by Gavin Raeburn

13 – “Stage Theme” from Treasure Island Dizzy (C64, 1989) Composed by Matt Gray

14 – “Level Theme” from CJ’s Elephant Antics (NES, 1992) Composed by Ashley Hogg, Arranged by Gavin Raeburn

15 – “Bonus Stage” from CJ’s Elephant Antics (C64, 1991) Composed by Ashley Hogg

16 – “Stage Theme 2” from Stunt Buggies (NES, 1992) Composed by Gavin Raeburn

17 – “Initials Entry” from F-16 Renegade (NES, 1992) Composed by Gavin Raeburn

18 – “World 4” from Go! Dizzy Go! (NES, 1992) Composed by Gavin Raeburn

19 – “Title Theme” from Go! Dizzy Go! (GG, 1994) Composed by Lyndon Sharp

 


Immortal C64 - Episode 102 -Monday Antidote.

Immortal C64 Episode 102 - Monday Antidote.

Track Listing :

Track Number / Start Time / Artist / Track Name / Track Length

01 .. 0:00:34 - Dwayne Bakewell - Funkrock - 3:20
02 .. 0:03:57 - Roman Majewski - As if Nothing had Happened - 2:34
03 .. 0:06:35 - Stellan Andersson - 747 - 3:08
04 .. 0:09:48 - Timo Taipalus - Wrath of Yamo - 3:22
05 .. 0:13:08 - Piotr Cieslik and Jammer - Forever Lost - 3:51
06 .. 0:16:54 - Jaymz Julian - Eternal Skies - 4:01
07 .. 0:21:04 - Sascha Nagie - Forgotten Realms - 3:30
08 .. 0:24:43 - Jonas Hakansson - Enjoy the Silence - 3:39
09 .. 0:28:27 - Hein Holt - Dry Tune - 3:34
10 .. 0:32:05 - Saul Cross - Elan - 2:41
11 .. 0:34:37 - Naveed Khugiani - Hardcore 3 - 3:26
12 .. 0:38:06 - Jesper Olsen - Arcade Spirit Tune 5 - 2:03
13 .. 0:40:16 - Rene Griebel - AMLOR - 2:25
14 .. 0:42:43 - Mythus and Delysid - Strange new World - 3:00
15 .. 0:45:53 - Laszlo Vincze - Stomp Da Bonk - 2:38
16 .. 0:48:31 - Steven Diemer - Smooth evening - 5:46
17 .. 0:54:21 - Johannes Bjerregaard - Cant Stop - 2:59
18 .. 0:57:25 - Matt Simmonds - Cosine Theme - 1:48
19 .. 0:59:17 - Jonas Hakansson - Cypress Mill - 2:34
20 .. 1:01:56 - Sidtracker64 - LLorazon - 4:45
21 .. 1:06:40 - Kim Christensen - Freaky One - 4:29
22 .. 1:11:13 - Piotr Wojciechowski - Analog - 2:42
23 .. 1:13:44 - Volker Meitz - Aars 92 - 3:25
24 .. 1:17:06 - Konrad Kiss - Above - 4:06
25 .. 1:21:19 - Svante - Hellstadius - Energy - 2:25
26 .. 1:23:40 - Tomascz Szymsczak - Comic Breaks - 3:19
27 .. 1:26:54 - Christoph Albert - Beer Factory Tune 5 - 4:31
28 .. 1:31:20 - Adam Morton - Adams Tune - 2:07
29 .. 1:33:26 - Ian W Crabtree - Blackout Tune 3 - 2:57
31 .. 1:36:27 - Benny Hardin - Beloved - 3:44
32 .. 1:40:04 - Richard Bayliss - The Apocalypse - 5:45

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[073] I Could Grow Old Here - Part II

About: When it’s all said and done, you’ll need somewhere peaceful to hunker down. This second installment features a batch of homely themes that showcase the serenity within these carefree towns and villages.


Artwork: Ragnarok Online


00:00 - Tarrey Town [The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild]

by Yasuaki Iwata >


03:24 - Frontier Town [Fantasian]

by Nobuo Uematsu >


05:25 - Theme Of Payon [Ragnarok Online]

by soundTeMP >


07:47 - Eternal Flow [Suikoden]

by Miki Higashino >


10:36 - Balance Valley [Dark Chronicle]

by Tomohito Nishiura >


12:40 - The Windy Village Of Hoogland [Professor Layton And The Azran Legacy]

by Tomohito Nishiura >


16:39 - Lacunosa Town [Pokémon Black And White]

by Hitomi Sato >


18:32 - Norn Village [Dark Cloud]

by Tomohito Nishiura >


20:06 - Lejac Village [3D Dot Game Heroes]

by Shinji Hosoe, Ayako Saso, Yousuke Yasui, Shoichiro Sakamoto, Teruo Taniguchi, Takahiro Eguchi, Norihiro Hurukawa >


22:20 - On Our Way [Final Fantasy VII]

by Nobuo Uematsu >


25:59 - In The Gentle Sunlight [Albert Odyssey Gaiden]

by Naoki Kodaka >


28:19 - Town [Lufia II: Rise Of The Sinistrals]

by Yasunori Shiono >


31:31 - Welcome To Our Town! [Final Fantasy IV]

by Nobuo Uematsu >


33:06 - Ordon Village [The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess]

by Toru Minegishi, Asuka Ohta, Koji Kondo, Mahito Yokota >


36:12 - Clearbrook, By The Pristine Waters [Octopath Traveller]

by Yasunori Nishiki >


39:43 - Frontier Village [Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition]

by Manami Kiyota >


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KVGM “The Last Wave” (4/3/22)


Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

Have you ever wondered who won Le Tour De France in 2012? Ever ask yourself “what comes after Dead or Alive 5”? Have you always hoped Xadlak could be extra special? What about Peach Boy? Do you have a little Peach Boy inside YOU? The answers to all of these questions, and more, this week…on the Last Wave.

Playlist

Music 4 – Charles-Dedric Hubert, Slyvain Buffet, and Benjamin Michenaud
(Le Tour De France 2012, Microsoft Xbox 360)

Harmony of the Heart – Takeshi Abo
(Disorder6, Sony PlayStation 3)

Have a Break! – Hiromu Akaba
(Dead or Alive 6, Microsoft Xbox One)

Menu – Unknown
(Chao Illust Club, Nintendo 3DS)

Gaming Room – Shoji Morifuji
(LUNARIA -Virtualized Moonchild-, PC)

BGM 18 – Kazuyuki Sekiguchi
(Monotarou Densetsu Gaiden, Famicom)

Game Over – Naoki Ishikawa
(Xadlak Plus, PC)

Staff Roll – Kentaro Isomura
(Extra Bright, Sony PlayStation)

Special Request

Cross’ Theme – Masakazu Sugimori
(Murder by Numbers, Nintendo Switch)


Level 93

Track Listing

Bar - Front Mission - Noriko Matsueda

Fast Flowing Waterworks - Kirby and the Forgotten Land - Yuuta Ogasawara, Hirokazu Ando, Jun Ishikawa and Yuki Shimooka

Track 5 - Wolfchild - Martin Iveson

Cosmos (Stage 6-1) - Axelay - Taro Kudo

Single Player Theme - ChuChu Rocket - Tomoya Ohtani

Credits - Game Boy Camera - Hirokazu Tanaka


Episode 10 - The Sounds of the Aipu FZ22

The history of gaming has quite a few failed systems, in addition to the well-known consoles like the SNES and the PlayStation. The Neo Geo Pocket Color, the CD-i, the 3DO, the Atari 5200 - the list goes on and on. For this episode, we take a look at the sounds and history of one of the least-known systems of the 8-bit era: the Aipu FZ22, a console with a very limited library that never made it outside of Japan.

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Track Listing:

00:00 - Show Tagline and Intro

03:14 - Golfer Sarutahiko - Yokohama Course BGM

04:00 - Talk Segment

04:19 - Star Forneus - Confrontation

04:58 - Talk Segment

05:26 - Power Intuition - China BGM

05:57 - Talk Segment

06:28 - Train of Life - BGM 4.1

07:11 - Talk Segment

07:38 - Gambla Goemon - Hot Blooded Man of Chance

08:24 - Talk Segment

09:07 - Punch Ouch - Jab Jab Uppercut!

10:04 - Outro Talk Segment


Episode 88 – April Fools!

Podcast VGM Comedy XVGM Radio

It should be pretty obvious if you’ve heard the show before that Mike and Justin LOVE comedy. So on this episode, which just so happens to release on April Fools for no specific reason, the guys get deeply personal and share never before heard stories before. Listen to some wacky tunes about sunflowers, finding secrets, slippery little things that taste so good all the time, all while learning about Mike’s porn music career, Justin’s pet rock collection and his unofficial name change, Mike’s shocking political affiliation, Justin’s composer obsession and many more secrets revealed! This is an episode you won’t want to miss!

Rock Out With Your Cart Out Dream Event 33

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Twice a month, I find the games that came out that half of the month in five year increments and pick out music from those games for a really long episode. For these episodes, we’re looking at the games that came out in the second half of March 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002, 2007, 2012, and 2017.

These episodes are exclusive to Patreon backers who subscribe to the $3 a month and above tiers. These episodes combine to right around six hours! Subscribing gets you access to all the previous episodes as well! Head over to my Patreon and kick in that $3 a month to listen! Want to hear what they’re like? ROWYCODE 12, which was the first one I did in this format, and ROWYCODE 25 are both free to listen to!

1987

The Goonies II – Stage Theme

The Goonies II – Basement

The Goonies II – Ice Cave

The Goonies II – Maze View

Chitei Tairiku Orudoora – Title Screen

Super Boy Allani – 1

Super Boy Allani – 2

Super Boy Allani – 3

Dirty Pair: Project Eden – 2

Dirty Pair: Project Eden – 4

1997

Arcana – Our Story’s Name

Arcana – Conflict

Arcana – Shrine for the Worship of Chaos

Arcana – Draven’s Valley Pass

Arcana – Darwin ~ Treasure Hunter

Arcana – Decisive Battle

Arcana – Dark Castle Bintel

Arcana – Second Armageddon

Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes II – Field

Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes II – Battle

Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes II – Seilos’ Departure

Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes II – Stopper

Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes II – Underground Cave

Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes II – Grostos Castle

Psychic Storm – Opening

Psychic Storm – Title Screen

Psychic Storm – Stage 1 (New Hong Kong City)

Psychic Storm – Boss 2

Psychic Storm – Stage 3 (Planet (Ulanos)

Psychic Storm – Stage X (Unidentified Being)

Continental – 1

Continental – 3

Continental – 6

Continental – 19

Continental – 2B

Buster Ball – 4

Buster Ball – 5

Shining Force – Hikari no Gunzei

Shining Force – Koutekishu

Shining Force – Seisen

Shining Force – Armageddon

Shining Force – Main Theme – Harukanaru Toki no Tabibito

Sword Dancer – Opening Theme

Sword Dancer – Hi-Speed Battle

Sword Dancer – Tatakai no Joshou

Taikou Risshiden – Calm Winter

Taikou Risshiden – Nanban Merchant

Babel – 3

Babel – 11

Kawa no Nushi Tsuri: Shizenha – 1

Quiz Marugoto the World II: Time Machine ni Onegai! – Menu

Quiz Marugoto the World II: Time Machine ni Onegai! – Megaten Quiz

Quiz Marugoto the World II: Time Machine ni Onegai! – Shooter Game

Strike Gunner STG – Stage 1,3, and 5

Strike Gunner STG – Boss Battle

Strike Gunner STG – Stage 7

Super Valis IV – Dominator

Super Valis IV – Castle Vanity

Super Valis IV – Babylon

Thunder Pro Wrestling Retsuden – 1

Thunder Pro Wrestling Retsuden – 2

Thunder Pro Wrestling Retsuden – 6

Thunder Pro Wrestling Retsuden – 10

Thunder Pro Wrestling Retsuden – 20

Top Gear – Title

Top Gear – Hiroshima

Top Gear – Frankfurt

Batman: Return of Joker – Title

Batman: Return of Joker – The Sewers (Stage 1)

Batman: Return of Joker – The Train (Stage 3)

Batman: Return of Joker – Boss

Magical Taruruuto-kun: Magic Adventure – Happy Play!

Magical Taruruuto-kun: Magic Adventure – Mimora’s Shop

Magical Taruruuto-kun: Magic Adventure – It Holds Out a Little

1997

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Prologue

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Nocturne in the Moonlight

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Dracula’s Castle

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Marble Gallery

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Festival of Servants

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Crystal Teardrops

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Rainbow Cemetery

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Lost Painting

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Wandering Souls

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – The Tragic Prince

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Strange Bloodlines

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – Bloody Tears

Mega Man Battle and Chase – Over the Top ~Opening Demo~

Mega Man Battle and Chase – Ready for Break

Mega Man Battle and Chase – Over the Top ~Theme for Rockman~

Mega Man Battle and Chase – Kick About ~Theme of Blues~

Mega Man Battle and Chase – Go for It! ~Theme of Forte~

Mega Man Battle and Chase – Through the Air ~Theme of Quickman~

Solid Runner – Lif’s Garage

Solid Runner – Solid City Area Map

Solid Runner – Battle

Solid Runner – Parts Shop

Solid Runner – Boss Battle

Solid Runner – SCBC

Need for Speed II – Feta Cheese

Need for Speed II – Espirt

2002

Bloody Roar: Primal Fury – 2

Bloody Roar: Primal Fury – 4

Bloody Roar: Primal Fury – 10

Bloody Roar: Primal Fury – 12

Bloody Roar: Primal Fury – 22

Gunvalkyrie – Valkyrie’s Launch

Gunvalkyrie – Meat Biscuits

Gunvalkyrie – Plug in Monster

Gunvalkyrie – Megalomania

Sega Soccer Slam – Rainforest

Sega Soccer Slam – Rumiko’s Lair

Sega Soccer Slam – Rumiko’s Lair

Rave Master – Start

Rave Master – 9

Rave Master – 10

Fire Emblem: Furi no Tsurugi – Fire Emblem Main Theme

Fire Emblem: Furi no Tsurugi – Beyond the Sky (Roy’s Journey)

Fire Emblem: Furi no Tsurugi – The Last Dragon

Fire Emblem: Furi no Tsurugi – In the Name of Bern

2007

Tetris Evolution – 1

Tetris Evolution – 4

Tetris Evolution – 8

Warriors Orochi – Main Title

Warriors Orochi – Optic Line

Warriors Orochi – Samurai Scanners

Warriors Orochi – Kawanakajima ~Samurai Warriors 2 Mix~

Jetpac Refueled – Title Theme

2012

Pokémon Conquest – Main Theme

Pokémon Conquest – Episode Opening

Pokémon Conquest – Map Theme 2

Pokémon Conquest – Dungeon Theme 2

Pokémon Conquest – Battle! Normal-type Pokémon

Ninja Gaiden 3 – A Hero Unmasked

Ninja Gaiden 3 – Sorcery

Ninja Gaiden 3 – Betrayal

Ninja Gaiden 3 – Purification

Lone Survivor – Blue World

Lone Survivor – Lone Survivor

Lone Survivor – Reflections

Lone Survivor – Survival

2017

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – Title Screen

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – Blossom Castle

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – Overworld

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – Miniboss

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – Pirate Queen

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – Boiling Caverns

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – Boiling Caverns

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – Wasteland

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – Inn

Rain World – Threat – Outskirts

Rain World – Threat – Heavy Industrial

Rain World – Threat – Shoreline

Beat Cop – Beat Cop Theme

Beat Cop – Lay Down the Law

Beat Cop – Get Even

Blue Reflection – Blue Reflection

Blue Reflection – Albireo Lake

Blue Reflection – Hope to Die

Blue Reflection – Toshitake -Hayabusa-

Blue Reflection – Overdose


VGM Fight Club 4x03 The Bad Guy

In honor of Scott Hall, whom passed away two weeks ago I decided to have a matchup featuring tracks from games featuring our favorite bad guys/enemies. Bedroth, fresh off his win against The Messenger challenges Muddle Madness for the VGM Fight Club championship. Both competitors pulled out all the stops this episode.....but you never know who's ready to challenge for the title and.....play the game.....also the announcement of my upcoming Pro Wrestling Podcast....The Uematsuplex Podcast. Stay Tuned. Bedroth's tracks are first and Muddle's 2nd each round. 

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Rd. 1

One Winged Angel (Doom Eternal Style)- Nobuo Uematsu, (Lyrics)

Greg, Sarah, Alex Moukala, The Broadway Saiyan, Resphonia, 

Jin Lee (Final Fantasy VII Remake)

Volo's Theme (Epic Remix Cover)-  Go Ichinose, Hitomi Sato,

Hiromitsu Maeba, (Remixer) Kieran Zane (Pokemon Legends: 

Arceus)


Rd. 2

Tabuu Fight- Takahiro Nishi, Shogo Sakai, Masaaki Iwasaki,

Yutaka Iraha, Keigo Ozaki, Kentaro Ishizaka, Nobuo Uematsu

(Super Smash Bros Brawl)

Bowser's Theme (Metal Cover)- Koji Kondo, ToxicxEternity

(Super Mario 64)


Rd. 3

Vega's Theme Cover- Yoko Shimomura, Isao Abe, The OneUps,

Mariachi Entertainment System (Street Fighter II)

World Revolution / Last Battle (Remix)- Yasunori Mitsuda,

Nobuo Uematsu, Gametal (Chrono Trigger)


Rd. 4

The Cunning God of Death- Minako Hamano, Hirokazu Tanaka,

Vincent Rubinetti, Zack Parrish (Super Metroid)

The Fierce Battle/Atma Weapon (Metal Cover)- Nobuo Uematsu,

Ferdk (Final Fantasy VI)


Rd. 5

Malicious Fingers (Final Boss Theme Remix)- Brad Buxer, 

Cirocco Jones, Bobby Brooks, Darryl Ross, Geoff Grace, 

Doug Grigsby, Sachio Ogawa, Tatsuyuki Maeda, Jun Senoue, 

SnappleMan (Sonic The Hedgehog 3)

Erosion of Madness- Takahiro Unisuga (Legend of Heroes: 

Trails of Cold Steel 3)


Sudden Death

Die House (King Dice Remix)- Kristofer Maddigan, Caleb Hyles

(Cuphead)

Get Equipped- Takashi Tateishi, The Megas (Mega Man 2)


Bonus Track:

Miseria Cantare- The Beginning- AFI


Discord:

https://discord.gg/Ga3G9R6

Youtube:

The Next Savepoint


Rock Out With Your Cart Out 94 – 30 Day Video Game Music Challenge (with Michael Hughes)

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I’m joined by my friend and Patreon backer, Michael Hughes, to talk about his picks for the 30 Day Video Game Music Challenge that was floating around Twitter in late 2020.

If you dug the idea of this sort of thing, Michael came up with his own version as well. Jump on the bandwagon and pick your own music for it. Who knows, maybe there will be another episode for this challenge as well?

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The ROWYCO theme song is “Kaze Fuma” and was created by chibi-tech for the podcast.

The ROWYCO logo was designed by Melissa Diaz.

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And finally, here’s the track listing for this episode.

  • Day 1: Title Screen Music – “Title Screen” from Little Nemo the Dream Master by Junko Tamiya
  • Day 2: Opening Level Music – “Seaside Resort” from Ape Escape 3 by Soichi Terada
  • Day 3: 8-bit Music – “Wolfduck’s City” from Darkwing Duck by Yasuaki Fujita
  • Day 4: Muisc from a Console Exclusive – “The Test of Island Courage” from StarTropics by Yoshio Hirai
  • Day 5: Hub World or Overworld Music – “Summer (Tropicala)” from Stardew Valley by Eric Barone
  • Day 6: Music That Makes You Feel Relaxed – “The Roost” from Animal Crossing: Wild World by Kazumi Totaka
  • Day 7: Music from an Indie Game – “Counterfeit Mermaids” from Shantae: Half-Genie Hero by Jake Kaufman
  • Day 8: Music from a Shooter (First or Third Person) – “Wryn’s Theme” from Bleed by Ian Campbell
  • Day 9: Music from a Licensed Game – “Duckburg” from QuackShot by Shingenori Kamiya
  • Day 10: RPG Battle Music – “Fight Against Monsters” from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars by Yoko Shimomura
  • Day 11: Puzzle Game Music – “Welcome to the Salon” from Ghost Trick by Masakazu Sugimori
  • Day 12: Music That Makes You Feel Sad – “Aerith’s Theme” from Final Fantasy VII by Nobuo Uematsu
  • Day 13: Music You Like from a Game You Don’t Like – “Aquarius” from Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse by Hidenori Maezawa, Jun Funahashi, Yukie Morimoto, and Yoshinori Sasaki
  • Day 14: Music Featuring Vocals – “Jump Up, Superstar” From Super Mario Odyssey by Naoto Kubo and performed by Kate Higgins and the Super Mario Players
  • Day 15: Boss Battle Music – “I’ll Face Myself” from Persona 4 by Shoji Meguro
  • Day 16: 16-bit Music – “Battle #2″ from Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals by Yasunori Shiono
  • Day 17: Music You Never Get Tired Of – “Another Winter” from Scott Pilgrim vs The World by Anamanaguchi
  • Day 18: Music from the Year You Were Born – “Stage 1” from Mario Bros. by Yukio Kaneoka
  • Day 19: Cover of Music from a Different Artist – “Life Will Change” from Persona 5 by AmaLee
  • Day 20: Music from a Racing Game – “BGM 29″ from Car Battler Joe by Yuzo Koshiro
  • Day 21: Music You Associate with Frustration – “Title Screen” from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Jun Funahashi
  • Day 22: Town/Village Music – “Onett” from EarthBound by Keiichi Suzuki and Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka
  • Day 23: Underrated Music – “Amazon” from DuckTales by Hiroshige Tonomura
  • Day 24: Music You Constantly Have Stuck in Your Head – “City Escape” from Sonic Adventure 2 by Jun Senoue and performed by Ted Pole and Tony Harnell
  • Day 25: Music That Gets You Pumped Up – “Bloody Tears” from Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest by Kenichi Matsubara, Satoe Terashima, and Kouji Murata
  • Day 26: Music You Like from a Game You Haven’t Played – “Golden Hammer” from Wrecking Crew by Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka
  • Day 27: Music from a Handheld Game – “Normal Duel” from Pokémon Trading Card Game by Ichirō Shimakura
  • Day 28: Music That Makes You Nostalgic – “Misty’s Theme” from Pokémon Puzzle League by Lawrence Schwedler
  • Day 29: Final Boss Music – “Megalovania” from Undertale by Toby Fox
  • Day 30: Credits Music – “End Credits” from Super Mario Land by Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka
  • Day 31: Redone Music – “Lucky House” from Super Mario 3D World by Mahito Yokota, Tori Minegishi, Koji Kondo, and Yasuaki Iwata


Episode 32-1 Ukrainian Games

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This week on the podcast we're doing a special focus on Ukrainian game makers and composers.

Please consider donating to the following charities to help support the humanitarian efforts in Ukraine:
https://www.unicefusa.org/
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Episode 282: Tidal Fart AKA No Respect

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We've got high seas havoc on this week's episode because we are playing games with SEAFARING VESSELS! We encounter obstacles in the ocean, fill a submarine with kitties, explore the depths of a beloved franchise's lore, question the ultraviolence in the world of treasure hunting, and discuss the most infuriating level in NES history! Join us in Discord and tell us your favorite maritime memories!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got GTT GEMS, all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our ABSURD FAN tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Taylor Y, Sam L, Mork, Tasty, Grimmory, PhoenixTear2121, UnsaddledZebra and Aakadarr!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream Twitch channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

New episodes of Game That Tune record LIVE on Wednesdays at 9 PM EST on numerous platforms:

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Twitch
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The show takes podcast form and becomes available for download Tuesday mornings! Find it on Apple Podcasts or GameThatTune.com and enjoy!

We always want to hear from you, especially if you have a request! Email us at GameThatTune@gmail.com, find us on Facebook, or on Twitter @GameThatTune


Deep Dive: Cold Man

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In this unique and contrasting episode, Karl & Will dive deep into ONE piece of video game music! They explore one of their favorite tracks, Rockman & Forte’s “Cold Man”, and its theory, structure, implementation, groove and more. Also, Marty drops in for a fun segment as well! Enjoy!

Rockman & Forte - Akari Kaida - Capcom - Super Famicom - 1998 - Cold Man


Episode 7

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Matt takes us for a ride on a rainbow and breaks down a great chord progression from a game where a plumber and a child with a head that looks like a mushroom drive around in go karts.


KVGM “The Last Wave” (3/27/22)


Do you hear that sound? Can you feel it? The cool ocean breeze in your hair, the salt on your tongue. It’s the smooth crash of the Last Wave on KVGM with your host, Hammock, bringing you thirty minutes of the best video game jams(z) from all your favorite composers and consoles, each and every week from our beachside studio in sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch…the Last Wave.

More jams for cool kids in the house looking to jam out with the cool kids in their life. Even if you’re not cool, that’s okay, these jams don’t discriminate. They gesticulate. We’ve got scared drunk mechs, pensive detectives, messenger girl jams, CHARMSTONES!, apartment ooh la las, magic cards (not Magic cards), soccer, even a little GoldenEye action for children of the 90s. All that and much much more.

Playlist

Annita – Toshiaki Tanaka
(Afraid Gear, Sony PlayStation)

Deep Inside Me – Keith Freeman
(Anata wo Yurusanai, Sony PlayStation Portable)

Track 4 – Yuki Nakayama
(Melody: Koi no Messenger Girl, PC)

BGM 4 – Hideki Yamamoto and Ryo Kasai
(Cosmetic Paradise, Nintendo DS)

Wish – Unknown
(My Apartment Romance, Android)

A Crisp Morning – Takayuki Negishi
(Card Captor Sakura: Tomoyo no Video Saisakusen, Sega Dreamcast)

Credits – Tsutomu Ogura and Harumi Ueko
(International Superstar Soccer 64, Nintendo 64)

Land of Pureness – Shinichi Sakamoto
(Clockwork Aquario, Arcade)

Special Request

007 Watch Theme – Graeme Norgate and Grant Kirkhope
(GoldenEye 007, Nintendo 64)


B-side: Erik Elsom, Magic Map Studio

Blog post: http://videogamegrooves.com/2022/03/25/b-side-erik-elsom-magic-map-studio/

Welcome to our next B-side conversation, this time with Erik Elsom from Magic Map Studio about King’s Quest V: Songs of Serenia. This crowdfunding project currently on offer at Qrates (“crates”) is a reimagining of Sierra Online’s touchstone point-and-click adventure game. In this conversation, we talk to Erik about his history with point-and-click adventures, and with the personal relationship he has with the music of that genre and time. We discuss the tight-knit community (which has already produced a handful of similar albums based on the Space Quest franchise) and its involvement with the project, as well as how he adds his own touch to the process of reimagining such well-loved music from Mark Seibert and Ken Allen.

The Qrates project ends in 1 week. Hear samples and pledge here:
https://qrates.com/projects/25365-king-s-quest-v-songs-of-serenia

Magic Map Studio
https://magicmapstudio.com/


March Patreon Live Recording – 2022

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March’s live show is the end result of…well…Your choices! You got to pick our theme and based on your votes we are doing FOREST VGM! What follows is a bunch of tracks full of variety in both game and style of music. From bumpin’ tree top grooves to soft, ethereal voices and even some screechy Genesis synths, we brought you on a voyage through the forest and back with these songs! Listen to Mike and Justin dive into the origins of VGM, Mike gets candid about his weird taste in games, Justin shares his multiplayer experiences and….awkward conversations about why Pokemon Misty fans weird the guys out…it’s all on the latest live episode of XVGM Radio, exclusive to Patreon members!

Level 92

Track Listing

Trickster for Mayor - The Flash - Jeroen Tel

Run, Jump, Fight - Dying Light 2 - Olivier Deriviere

The End of War - Assault Suits Leynos / Target Earth - Takashi Suzuki

Lewanda’s Love - ToeJam & Earl: Panic in Funkotron and ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove - Originally Composed by John Baker and Arranged by Cody Wright

I’ve Got a Secret - Putt-Putt: Pep’s Birthday Surprise - George Sanger

Credits - Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - Masato Nakamura


Rock Out With Your Cart Out 93 – Earnest Evans (Mega CD and Genesis)

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Back already? You bet! This time, we go with something more akin to my usual tastes and listen to Motoi Sakuraba’s work on the Mega CD/Genesis game, Earnest Evans. And I thought I had it tough with the last name “Arriola”, imagine your first name being “Earnest”?

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The ROWYCO theme song is “Kaze Fuma” and was created by chibi-tech for the podcast.

The ROWYCO logo was designed by Melissa Diaz.

Follow me on Twitter and Instagram!

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And finally, here’s the track listing for this episode.

  • Opening
  • Stage 1
  • Stage 2
  • Stage 3
  • Stage 4
  • Stage 5
  • Stage 6
  • Stage 7
  • Stage 8
  • Stage 9
  • Last Stage
  • Ending
  • Continue

The 8-Bit Big Band with Charlie Rosen – PA160

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The 8-Bit Big Band is a 30-65 member Jazz/Pops orchestra (led by Charlie Rosen) that formed to celebrate and realize some of the best musical themes written from various video games. The members of the 8-Bit Big Band come from all around the world, but most reside primarily in New York City, and are some… Read More » The post The 8-Bit Big Band with Charlie Rosen – PA160 first appeared on Pixelated Audio.


Rock Out With Your Cart Out 92 – Smash Court Tennis: Pro Tournament (Playstation 2)

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I’m not going to sit here and try to explain or justify why I picked this one. Just listen to the episode and you’ll understand. It’s a rather great example of what I think of when thinking about music that sort of personifies the PS2 in my mind. Rock? Jazz fusion? A little prog rock? Hell yeah.

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The ROWYCO theme song is “Kaze Fuma” and was created by chibi-tech for the podcast.

The ROWYCO logo was designed by Melissa Diaz.

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And finally, here’s the track listing for this episode.

  • Opening
  • Select
  • Replay
  • Victory
  • Continue
  • Ending
  • Entry
  • A Chance of Success
  • Time Forecast
  • Fly to Another Dimension
  • E-cure
  • Take That!
  • Cyber Thrill
  • Peaceful Twilight
  • Acoustic
  • Road to Centre Court
  • Tout va Bien
  • Like the Wind
  • Feel the Buzz!

Episode 281: Sexy Summoners, Splatterhouse, Submarines and Voldo

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We've got a very mature episode all about SEXY GAMES! We've got sexy costume and job changes, suggestive cheesecake and magic hair, bizarre sexy versions of popular franchises, the legendary nude code, and a full blown Smash or Pass for an entire sexy fighting game roster! Join us in Discord and tell us your favorite sexy games!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got GTT GEMS, all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our ABSURD FAN tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Taylor Y, Sam L, Mork, Tasty, Grimmory, PhoenixTear2121, UnsaddledZebra and Aakadarr!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream Twitch channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

New episodes of Game That Tune record LIVE on Wednesdays at 9 PM EST on numerous platforms:

YouTube
Twitch
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The show takes podcast form and becomes available for download Tuesday mornings! Find it on Apple Podcasts or GameThatTune.com and enjoy!

We always want to hear from you, especially if you have a request! Email us at GameThatTune@gmail.com, find us on Facebook, or on Twitter @GameThatTune


NNR Reruns: C1E28 - ”Sense of the Scene – vol. 1” (originally released 05/06/18)

Today’s rerun is C1E28, originally released Scene Sunday, May 6th, 2018. Today’s Episode was a free play of elements found throughout the space just outside of video game music, covers, remixes, chiptunes, karaoke, and so much more, on a program we called "Sense of the Scene - vol. 1" Amended 02/06/22 to include an all call for tracks for our upcoming "Best of 2020 / 2021" feature. The track list below has been amended to include updated timestamps and track numbers that account for the addition of the 2022 add-on.

Note: I apologize for the poor audio quality on my voice in the 2022 earcactcher. I didn't have access to the studio and "the good mic" at the time, so I just did the best I could with my built-in laptop mic.

Tracklist - provided in various formats depending on "scene subgenre":

01) Best of 2020 / 2021 Earcatcher: 00:00:00

02) Intro - 00:01:34

03) ["Real Instruments" VGM Cover]: Stemage - Metroid Metal - The Tunnel (orig. comp: Ryoji Yoshitomi) - 00:03:57

04) [Original Chiptune]: Kulor - My First LSDJ - Gameboy - 00:08:05

05) [Non-VGM by VGM composer - Ryuichi Sakamoto]: Akiko Yano - Aisuru Hito Yo - Ai Ga Nakucha Ne (1982) - 00:10:13

06) [Original Chiptune]: Mr Sonic699 - Segadore Genesid 64 - Genesis - 00:14:39

07) [Chip Cover of Non-VGM music]: Joe Jackson - Steppin' Out - Gameboy (MicroD) - 00:16:44

08) ["Real Instruments" VGM Cover]: SST Band - Defeat - Galaxy Force 2- (orig. comp: Koichi Namiki) - 00:20:18

09) [Non-VGM by VGM Composer - Martin Iveson]: Soulstice - Colour (AtJazz Remix) - 00:24:45

10) [Original Chiptune]: Freezedream - Lullaby - 00:31:00

11) [Doujin Music]: Summer Style '96 (PC98) - FMP Music Disk Vol.4 - Ryu Umemoto - 00:33:11

12) ["System X" Chip Cover of "System Y" VGM]: Savaged Regime - Beach - Plok (Sega Genesis cover) (orig. comp: Tim and/or Geoff Follin / orig. sys: SNES) - 00:36:37

13) [Original Chiptune]: TQ_Jam - Squash (2A03 + VRC7 + N163) - 00:41:45

14) [Non-VGM that presaged VGM]: Logic System - Unit - Logic (1981) - 00:44:45

15) ["Real Instruments" VGM Cover]: Super Soul Bros. Hydrocity (orig. comp: Sonic 3 Sound Team) - 00:49:30

16) ["System X" Chip Cover of "System Y" VGM]: Thunder Force IV - Fighting Back (PC Engine) - by Michirin9801 (orig comp: Toshiharu Yamanishi / orig sys: Genesis) - 00:53:06

17) ["Real Instruments" VGM Cover]: Symphonic Actraiser - Northwall (orig. comp: Yuzo Koshiro) - 00:55:50

18) [Non-Video Game computer program music]: Microsoft Interactive Sampler 1996 - Main Theme - Unknown - 00:58:53

19) [Chip Cover of non-VGM - Mario Paint]: Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - Mario Paint - by: YouTuber "oShockwave" (orig. comp: Lennon-McCartney) - 00:59:54

20) [Original Chiptune - Tracker Music]: Beek - Pleadians (Amiga) - 01:01:53

21) [Non-VGM inspired by VGM]: Hiatus Kaiyote - Atari - Choose Your Weapon (2015) - 01:04:02

22) [Original Chiptune]: Commandycan - Ice Boat - NES - 01:10:10

23) ["System X" Chip Cover of "System Y" VGM]: C64 cover of Chronos - Main Theme - by YouTuber "MovieMovies1" (orig. comp: Tim Follin / orig sys: ZX Spectrum PC Speaker) - 01:10:56

24) [Floppy Drive Matrix cover of VGM]: The Floppotron - At Doom's Gate - Pawel Zadrozniak (orig. comp: Bobby Prince) - 01:14:00

25) [Original Chiptune]: Goluigi - Popping Corners (SNES) - BotB Winterchip X - 01:15:33

26) ["Real Instruments" VGM Cover]: David KBD - Golden Axe - Stage 1 (orig. comp: You Takada) - 01:18:20

27) ["VGM Karaoke" (original lyrics and vocals over VGM never intended for lyrics or vocals)]: Pieness 64 - Coldman (Rockman and Fortissimo) (orig. comp: Toshihiko Horiyama, Naoshi Mizuta, and/or Akari Kaida) - 01:21:14

28) [Original Chiptune]: DYA - Homecoming (Chiptunes = Win) - PC Engine and C64 Duet - 01:23:24

29) [Non-VGM by VGM Composer - Daniel Capo]: Daniel Capo - A Stroll Through Dreamland - 01:27:03

30) Outro - 01:29:02

Music Block Runtime: 01:25:09, Original Total Episode Runtime: 01:35:01, 2022 Amended Total Episode Runtime: 01:36:34

Link to to the eligible tracklist for our upcoming Listener-selected "Best of 2020 / 2021" Episode. Notes at the top of the file explain everything! :-)

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NdwSzNDnoFoho7TzDHkA1Pkfe1O5WMgqEd4Bx2sSoG4/edit?usp=sharing


Episode 31-10 Good Place Games

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If there were an afterlife for games, is there a good place and a bad place? What games would get in the good place, and what did they do in their video game lives to get there? We're asking the hard existential questions on this week's podcast and rocking out to some great music!

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Senpai's Playlist Episode 4x02 F*** That Ending or Tarantulas Are Terrifying.....Tarantulas With Periods Even More Terrifying!!!

Welcome to episode two of season four. And it's the end.....no not the end of the podcast. The end of an anime...or the end of a particular episode. And these endings just didn't sit right with us (or they were absolute bullshit!!!). So me and Claire decide to play tracks from these anime while also discussing why we hate the particular ending. We also talk about finances, tarantulas, sex positions, and whether or not you'd be able to tell someone apart from their twin during sex.......


1. Kenshin No Komodo- Juni Taisen Ed

2. Gotoubun no Kimochi- Quintessential Quintuplets Op

3. Colors- Code Geass Lelouch of The Rebellion Op

4. Danzai no Hana Guilty Sky- Claymore Ed 1

5. Sorairo Days- Gurren Lagann Op 

6. ANNA Suchia- Nana Op


Bonus Track

Everlasting Shine- Black Clover Op 12

Discord:

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Korean instruments shine in Maclaine Diemer's soundtrack for Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons

Maclaine Diemer talks about his soundtrack for Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons

Episode 9 - Chilly McFreeze II: Ice Dagger

After my first chill music episode, I decided to make another episode devoted to laid back VGM. I may even make some more in the future.

This is an episode that’s heavy on the music, so if you like a lot of VGM without much talk in your VGM podcast, you’re in luck today.

If you like the chill VGM concept and you want to hear more, check out my fellow VGM podcast KVGM The Last Wave at https://www.kvgmradio.com/.

If you want to reach me, you can email me at shujinacademyvgmclub@gmail.com. You can find me on Twitter at @ShujinVGMClub, and on Instagram at ShujinAcademyVGMClub. Please leave me a five star rating on iTunes or Spotify or wherever you’re finding this episode.

Track Listing:

00:00 - Show Tagline and Intro

01:23 - Waterworld - Map

03:16 - Romancing SaGa - Theme of Solitude

05:15 - Earthbound - Winters White

07:37 - Seiken Densetsu 3 / Trials of Mana - Another Winter

12:16 - Front Mission: Gun Hazard - Cenktrich

15:56 - Talk Segment

17:57 - Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master - Sakura

19:25 - Shining Force II - Elven Town

21:03 - Pixel Puzzle Makeout League - TalkJams

24:42 - Coffee Talk - Gleefully

31:25 - Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic - Pazaak

32:49 - Final Fantasy X - Wandering Flame

37:27 - Parasite Eve - Missing Perspective

41:07 - Legend of Mana - Ranch Night

42:19 - Talk Segment

43:34 - Final Fantasy: The Four Heroes of Light - Trading City Vulpes (Day and Night)

45:51 - Picross e5 - BGM 0

47:58 - Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Club LOL

49:23 - Persona 2: Innocent Sin - Seven Sisters High School

52:48 - Danganronpa 2 - Beautiful Ruin

57:23 - Show Outro


Rock Out With Your Cart Out Dream Event 32

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Twice a month, I find the games that came out that half of the month in five year increments and pick out music from those games for a really long episode. For this episode, we’re looking at the games that came out in the first half of March 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002, 2007, 2012, and 2017.

This episode is exclusive to Patreon backers who subscribe to the $3 a month and above tiers. This episode alone is about four and a half hours long! Subscribing gets you access to all the previous episodes as well! Head over to my Patreon and kick in that $3 a month to listen! Want to hear what they’re like? ROWYCODE 12, which was the first one I did in this format, and ROWYCODE 25 are both free to listen to!

1987

Mickey Mousecapade – The Ocean

Mickey Mousecapade – Pirate Ship

3-D World Runner – Stage Theme

1992

The Magic Candle – 3

The Magic Candle – 5

The Magic Candle – 13

Yamamura Misa Suspense – Kinsenka Kyou Ezara Satsujin Jiken – Opening 1

Yamamura Misa Suspense – Kinsenka Kyou Ezara Satsujin Jiken – Opening 2

Yamamura Misa Suspense – Kinsenka Kyou Ezara Satsujin Jiken – Music 1

Yamamura Misa Suspense – Kinsenka Kyou Ezara Satsujin Jiken – Music 4

Yamamura Misa Suspense – Kinsenka Kyou Ezara Satsujin Jiken – Music 6

Fire Emblem Gaiden – Battle 2

Fire Emblem Gaiden – World Map – Chapter 3 (Liberation Battle – Each Road)

Fire Emblem Gaiden – World Map – Chapter 4 (Land of Sorrow)

Fire Emblem Gaiden – Battle Map 2 – Battle Map 1-2 (Alm 2)

Fire Emblem Gaiden – Battle Map 3 – Battle Map 2-1 (Celica 1)

Fire Emblem Gaiden – Battle Map 4 – Battle Map 2-2 (Celica 2)

1997

Neon Genesis Evangelion: 2nd Impression – Get It On! ~Doppelganger

Neon Genesis Evangelion: 2nd Impression – Kimi Ga Kimi Ni Umareta Wake

Crazy Hosptial: Fushigi no Kuni no Tenshi – 4

Crazy Hosptial: Fushigi no Kuni no Tenshi – 9

Bushido Blade – Light of the Bitter Orange

Bushido Blade – Those Who Aim at the Castle Tower

Bushido Blade – Like the Tailwind

2002

Onimusha 2: Samurai’s Destiny – Oda’s Army Attacks ~ Opening

Onimusha 2: Samurai’s Destiny – Kotarou Appears

Onimusha 2: Samurai’s Destiny – Jubei and Oyuu

Onimusha 2: Samurai’s Destiny – Kotarou’s Theme

Onimusha 2: Samurai’s Destiny – Den of the Genma

Doshin the Giant – Theme of “Doshin, the GIANT”

Doshin the Giant – All Along the BARDO Island

RalliSport Challenge – Game Menu Theme

Wild Arms 3 – Advanced Third

Wild Arms 3 – From Beyond

Wild Arms 3 – Gunmetal Action

Wild Arms 3 – Scars of Leftover Memories

Wild Arms 3 – Blood, Tears, and the Dried-up Wasteland

2007

Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey – Flora

Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey – Song of Leaving Home

Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey – Blue Skies

Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey – Tale Spinning Journey

Heroes of Mana – Tense Movement

Heroes of Mana – Setup

Heroes of Mana – Tale of the Old Nostalgic Kingdom

Heroes of Mana – And Thus Fate Becomes Cruel

Heroes of Mana – The Dragon Emperor

Lost in Blue 2 – Dummy

Lost in Blue 2 – Ending – Bad

Lost in Blue 2 – Credits

Kurupoto: Cool Cool Stars – 2

Kurupoto: Cool Cool Stars – 3

Kurupoto: Cool Cool Stars – 5

2012

Mass Effect 3 – Leaving Earth

Mass Effect 3 – The View of Palaven

Mass Effect 3 – Rannoch

Mass Effect 3 – Prothean Beacon

Mass Effect 3 – The Fleets Arrive

Mass Effect 3 – We Face Our Enemy Together

Street Fighter x Tekken – Main Menu Screen

Street Fighter x Tekken – Urban War Zone

Street Fighter x Tekken – Mad Gear Hideout -Sodom Dancing-

Street Fighter x Tekken – VS Rival Battle SF Arrange 1

Street Fighter x Tekken – VS Rival Battle TK Arrange 1

Street Fighter x Tekken – VS Rival Battle SF Arrange 2

Street Fighter x Tekken – VS Rival Battle TK Arrange 2

Mario Party 9 – Mario Party 9 Theme

Mario Party 9 – A Starlit Sky

Mario Party 9 – Toad Road

Mario Party 9 – Bowser Station

Journey – Nascence

Journey – Threshold

Journey – The Road of Trials

Shining Blade – Shining Blade Main Theme

Shining Blade – Kibou no Toride

Shining Blade – Kagayaku Kengeki

Shining Blade – Senshi no Hokori

Shining Blade – Itesuita Daichi

Shining Blade – Ryuugai wo Matou Mono

2017

Blaster Master Zero – Blaster Master Zero

Blaster Master Zero – The Underground Adventure Begins

Blaster Master Zero – Moebius Engine

Blaster Master Zero – The Abyssal Seas

Blaster Master Zero – Full Acceleration Blast

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Main Theme

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Sheikah Tower

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Kakariko Village

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Hyrule Castle

Danmaku Unlimited 3 – Airspace

Danmaku Unlimited 3 – Sturmvogel

Danmaku Unlimited 3 – Encounter

Danmaku Unlimited 3 – Space


[072] Written & Directed By Hideo Kojima

About: One of gamings most iconic creators has written, directed, and designed some of the most beloved games across the past three decades. Hideo Kojima has pushed the medium forward in multiple ways, focusing on several aspects that define gaming as its own, unique experience.

Artwork: liamwong.com / @liamwong

00:00 - End Of The Dark [Policenauts]

by Tappi Iwase, Masahiro Ikariko, Motoaki Furukawa >

01:50 - Theme Of Junker [Snatcher PC-8801]

by Masahiro Ikariko, Kazuhiko Uehara >

03:25 - The Entrance To Hell [Snatcher PC-8801]

by Masahiro Ikariko, Kazuhiro Uehara >

04:39 - AD 2042 Neo Kobe City [Snatcher PC-8801]

by Masahiro Ikariko, Kazuhiko Uehara >

06:18 - Afghanistan’s A Big Place [Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain]

by Harry Gregson-Williams >

08:33 - The Fury [Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater]

by Norihiko Hibino >

10:49 - Frequency 140.85 [Metal Gear 2 - Solid Snake]

by Masahiro Ikariko, Mutsuhiko Izumi, Yuko Kurahashi, Tomoya Tomita, Kazuhiko Uehara, Yuji Takenouchi, Tsuyoshi Sekito >

13:17 - The Front Line [Metal Gear 2 - Solid Snake]

by Masahiro Ikariko, Mutsuhiko Izumi, Yuko Kurahashi, Tomoya Tomita, Kazuhiko Uehara, Yuji Takenouchi, Tsuyoshi Sekito >

15:10 - Cavern [Metal Gear Solid]

by Kazuki Muraoka, Hiroyuki Togo, Takanari Ishiyama, Lee Jeon Myung, Maki Kirioka >

18:18 - Ocelot Youth - Confrontation [Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater] by Harry Gregson-Williams, Norihiko Hibino > 21:21 - Cargo High [Death Stranding]

by Joel Corelitz >

24:13 - Fortune [Metal Gear Solid 2]

by Norihiko Hibino > 27:17 - Violent Ceasefire [Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns Of The Patriots]

by Yoshitaka Suzuki >

29:21 - Beautiful Mirage - The Vision Fades [Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain]

by Ludvig Forsell >

31:08 - The Face Of Our New Hope [Death Stranding]

by Ludvig Forssell >

34:33 - Wavelet [Metal Gear 2 - Solid Snake]

by Masahiro Ikariko, Mutsuhiko Izumi, Yuko Kurahashi, Tomoya Tomita, Kazuhiko Uehara, Yuji Takenouchi, Tsuyoshi Sekito >

36:56 - First Triangle [Policenauts]

by Tappi Iwase, Masahiro Ikariko, Motoaki Furukawa >

38:56 - Opening Title “Old L.A. 2040” [Policenauts]

by Tappi Iwase, Masahiro Ikariko, Motoaki Furukawa >

46:10 - Faded Memories [Snatcher PC-8801]

by Masahiro Ikariko, Kazuhiko Uehara >

48:15 - Farewell [Metal Gear 2 - Solid Snake]

by Masahiro Ikariko, Mutsuhiko Izumi, Yuko Kurahashi, Tomoya Tomita, Kazuhiko Uehara, Yuji Takenouchi, Tsuyoshi Sekito >

50:11 - Twilight Of Neo Kobe City [Snatcher PC-8801]

by Masahiro Ikariko, Kazuhiko Uehara >

52:07 - V Has Come To [Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain]

by Harry Gregson-Williams >

55:08 - Father & Son [Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns Of The Patriots]

by Harry Gregson-Williams >

57:35 - A Phantom Pain [Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain]

by Ludvig Forssell >


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Episode 148:IronSword: Wizards & Warriors II Revisited

Show Notes Matt and Kris revisit IronSword: Wizards & Warriors II for NES! This David Wise classic was originally covered by Kris back in episode 7 from July 2015, but this time Matt’s here! And Matt makes everything better. Useful Links

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  • Wizards & Warriors
  • Wizards & Warriors X: Fortress of Fear
  • Wizards & Warriors III: Kuros - Visions of Power

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