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Battle Bards Episode 166: LEGO Universe

Who knew that interlocking brick systems would result in so many video games -- and a pretty good soundtrack? The Battle Bards step on many small bricks on their way to reach LEGO Universe, the now-defunct MMO that only ran for a couple of years. Tune in for a high-octane trip through toys, tunes, and alliteration as Syp, Steff, and Syl regress to their childhood!

Episode 166 show notes

  • Intro (feat. "Spaceship Entrance" and "Pirate Cove 1")
  • "Our Universe"
  • "Tortoise Terrace"
  • "Darkling Battle"
  • "Pet Rock"
  • "Nimbus Plaza"
  • "Magic Forest"
  • "Crocodile Corner"
  • Which one did we like best?
  • Listener notes from Katriana and Scotty
  • Jukebox picks: "Mysterious Destiny" from Bayonetta, "The Sunflower Farm" from Ghost Giant, and "Thieves' Forest" from Castle Crashers
  • Outro (feat. "Character Create")

Sound of Play: 244 – The videogame music podcast

Joining Ryan Hamann for this week’s Sound of Play podcast is Cane and Rinse crew member Leah Haydu with community contributions from duskvstweak, Azure, and Flabyo. Every Wednesday in Sound of Play, we bring you […]

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Episode 22-5 Optimism

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We can all use some good vibes right now so Rob and Pernell get optimistic in this week's episode, focusing on one thing: feeling good! The sun is out and we are safely inside with our VGM boom-boxes turned up! Rob also quizzes Pernell on his knowledge of tennis-pro Andre Agassi and the MANY games they SHOULD have made for this ultimate sports-star! Remember, if you're going to get funky to this week's episode, get funky responsibly!

Pokemon with Dan Laughton

Title Theme - Pokemon Red & Blue - Junichi Masuda

Champion Theme - Pokemon Red & Blue - Junichi Masuda

Goldenrod City - Pokemon Gold & Silver - Junichi Masuda, Go Ichinose and Morikazu Aoki

Route 119 - Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire - Junichi Masuda, Go Ichinose and Morikazu Aoki

Gym Leader Battle - Pokemon Diamond & Pearl - Junichi Masuda, Go Ichinose ,Morikazu Aoki and Hutomi Sato

Battle! N - Pokemon Black & White -  Junichi Masuda, Go Ichinose,

Hutomi Sato, Minako Adachi and Shota Kageyama

VS Trainer - Pokemon X & Y - Junichi Masuda, Hutomi Sato, Minako Adachi and Shota Kageyama

Route 4 on Akala Island - Pokemon Sun & Moon - Minako Adachi, Go Ichinose, Junichi Masuda, Hitomi Sato, Tomoaki Oga, and Hideaki Kuroda

Marnie Battle - Pokemon Sword & Shield - Minako Adachi, and Go Ichinose

Pokemon Sword & Shield - Hop Final Battle Music - Junichi Masuda, Go Ichinose, Minako Adachi


Episode 196: Woodstock '99 the Hedgehog

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We've got a crazy show for you all this week, all about games from 2005! If you're reading this, and you watched our live recording, be sure to actually listen to the episode, because it is not going to play out the way you think. April Fools double swerve motherfuckers!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got Jessie's Covered Up, John H's GTT GEMS and great new 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 super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Crono, Dominic Guy, Kelyaum, Taylor Y and Sam L!

Our 24/7 VGM stream has been online for over a year! Check out our YouTube channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 800 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


Gareth Coker Scores Ori's Next Adventure In 'Will Of The Wisps'

Ori and the Will of the Wisps by Moon Studios continues the adventure begun with the beloved Ori and the Blind Forest. Will of the Wisps takes Ori on an emotional journey as he searches for his new friend, Ku. Gareth Coker, who also scored Blind Forest , told me that writing the score for Will of the Wisps gave him plenty of fresh ideas because of all of the new characters in the game. Gareth was part of development of Will of the Wisps since the game's beginning, which gave him plenty of time to finetune themes for each of the new characters. Gareth worked with some outstanding musicians, including Kristin Naigus, who plays 21 different wind instruments on the score, and vocalist Aeralie Brighton, whose voice was so memorable in Ori and the Blind Forest. The digital release of Gareth's soundtrack is over three hours long, and follows the story arc of the game. A vinyl release by IAM8Bit is planned as well, and because LPs hold fewer minutes of music, Gareth describes it as "composer's

Early Game Music with They Create Worlds – PA127

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We once again return to the earliest days of game sound and music and trace the evolution from 1977 through 1984 in this historically focused episode. We go from the arcade boom, to early home consoles and computers, to the video game crash, and end just before the rise of the NES. The show is… Read More »

Episode 100: Episode 100: Mixtape Vol. 1

Show Notes

Matt and Kris are joined by Vicky to celebrate episode 100 with a special “mixtape” episode.

Useful Links

Background Music

Social Stuff


Episode 414: SaGa: Scarlet Grace

In this episode, Karl & Will focus on Kenji Ito's wonderful Vita score to SaGa Scarlet Grace! The guys discuss how Ito captures the charm of SNES-era music while still making a score that's fresh and polished. Enjoy!

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SaGa: Scarlet Grace - Kenji Ito - Square Enix - Vita - 2016
-Field ~ Under the Bright Sun
-Scarlet Grace Overture
-When Flowers Bloom ~ Urpina Theme
-Scarlet Dark Star (Symphony Version)
-Trampling Petals ~ Urpina Battle
-In a Quiet Forest ~ When Hearts Are Tested
-I Will Go My Own Way ~ Leonard Theme
-Shouryou Ranshou! ~ Leonard Battle
-Devil - The Fallen One
-Divine Star - Guardians
-Ever Near to Sorrow
-Guardian of Martial Arts ~ Divine Star Marigan
-Quietly ~ Taria Theme
-Seething Blood ~ Taria Battle
-Cave ~ The Place Where Something Lies In Wait
-A Time of Peace
-Those Who Bring Fire ~ Firebringer Suite 1
-Thoughts For Those Who Have Fallen
-Engraved On Our Hearts


KVGM "The Last Wave" (4/5/20)

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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 on sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch...the Last Wave.

We know by now that everyone is feeling a little stir crazy...hopefully, you're still able to get out and take walks, bask in the sunshine, feel that warm spring breeze. Whatever you're up to outside of your home, be mindful and stay safe. And enjoy these jams, hand-picked and delivered fresh to your earbuds. Leave us a comment, let us know how you're passing the time and what's been your go-to jams to keep you positive and sane.



Playlist

VIP Club - Unknown
(Whisper in the Dark Night: Detective Kyouichirou Sagara, Playstation 2)

Blackjack - Kenichi Arakawa
(Ace of Spades, PC-98)

Game BGM 1 - Yukio Nakajima
(Hat Trick Hero 2, Super Famicom)

Hanafunky - Unknown
(Tobidase! Trouble Hanafuda Douchuuki, PSP)

Slow Motion Home Run - Unknown
(Mobile Pro Yakyuu: Kantoku no Saihai, Game Boy Advance)

Romance - MANYO
(D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die , Xbox One)

Name Entry - Yoshitoku Sunahara, Koichi Namiki, and Katsuhiro Hayashi
(Galaxy Force II, FM Towns)

Staff Roll - Daisuke Shiiba
(English Training: Have Fun Improving Your Skills, Nintendo DS)

Ori and the Will of the Wisps

Episode #143 of BGMania. Undeniably one of the most beautiful soundtracks to release in 2020 thus far, Ori and the Will of the Wisps possess an almost magical quality and composer Gareth Coker upped the ante on his previous work with this one. Enjoy the show!


Please send all track requests for future episodes, feedback, comments, questions, and concerns to bgmania@leveldowngames.com


The tracklist for today’s episode is as follows:

  1. Main Theme (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  2. Ku's First Flight (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  3. Now Use the Light, We Want to See! (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  4. Kwolok's Hollow (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  5. Dashing and Bashing (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  6. Sanctuary in the Glades (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  7. Mora the Spider (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  8. The Darkness Lifted (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  9. Luma Pools (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  10. Kwolok's Malaise (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  11. In Wonderment of Winter (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  12. Burrowing (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  13. Escaping the Sandworm (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  14. Shriek and Ori (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  15. A Stirring of Memories (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]
  16. Ori, Embracing the Light (Ori and the Will of the Wisps) [2020]

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Retro Reprise Episode 21: Sunsoft’s NES classics

For those who played the Nintendo Entertainment System, the name “Sunsoft” conjures up memories of intense gameplay, slick design, and — of course — terrific music. On today’s episode of Retro Reprise, Syp and Syl delve into the 8-bit treasure trove of video game music from this studio. Grab these vibes and don’t let go!

Retro Reprise Episode 21: Sunsoft’s NES classics

  • Intro
  • “Area 3” from Blaster Master
  • “Stage 1” from Journey to Silius
  • “Stage 1” from Gremlins 2
  • “Streets of Desolation” from Batman
  • “Good Weather” from Mr. Gimmick
  • “Main Theme” from Ufouria: The Saga
  • “Stage 1” from Batman: Return of the Joker
  • “Boss Battle” from Fester’s Quest
  • Outro (“Stage 3” from Journey to Silius)

Sound of Play: 243 – The videogame music podcast

Joining Leon Cox for this week’s Sound of Play podcast is Joshua Garrity Every Wednesday in Sound of Play, we bring you some of our, and your, favourite pieces from the many videogame soundtracks we’ve […]

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Minigames - Episode 18

Mini-games withing full games?! Episode 18 is all about those fun, pumped, silly and playful rhythms that play in the background while you are trying to complete the mini-games or bonus stage. Sometimes they can be infuriating if you need to grind a hard side quest for an ultimate weapon, and some are relaxing while you get through the set piece, sometimes you are rushed and have to finish withing the time limit. Either way these tracks are fun. We give a special shout out to CaptainCainer and GrandPooBear two streamers and Youtubers that have certain connections to some tracks played.

Episode 22-4 Lucky Jams!

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Ever have that perfect run through a Sonic level? Maybe those enemies spawned in just the right locations? Sometimes it's skill, but sometimes it's all luck! This week we ask our Patreon members to pick their luckiest video game jams!

Our episode was recorded live in front of our Patreon studio audience :) If you'd like to be a part of that audience, please consider joining! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels

Episode 223: Quarantined

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Brent, Rob, and Gabe record Episode 223 all from their own places of isolation in order to stay safe during the pandemic. Yet even with the unusual set up, the episode results in being pretty much a...

The Legacy Music Hour was created by Brent Weinbach and Rob F. specifically for the purpose of talking about video game music from the golden age of gaming (16-bit and earlier).

"Noise from the Hearts of Nerds" - “C1E52: Backtracks”

Today’s broadcast is C1E52 for Wayback Wednesday, April 1st, 2020. It’s April 1st, dear listeners, and we haven’t had a retrospective in AGES! In such dark, uncertain days as we face today, it’s extra important to have a look back at brighter, clearer, saner days as a reminder that as the wheel of time continues to churn, we will inexorably find our way back.

So, sit back and relax as we travel back through 2hrs 25min, and 56 sec of Nerd Noise History and Nostalgia on a program we’re calling “Backtracks”.

As a twist, I am actually withholding the track list in the show notes. Call it a game. See how many tracks you can recognize and identify as you are surprised and delighted with what a change of perspective occurs when you turn back time. So, get ready……for “Backtracks”!

It is certain to be an experience unlike any other!

Mystery Tracklist (a blogspot.com article with full tracklist info will be coming in the following weeks)

01) Intro – 00:00:00

02) Track 01 – 00:02:39

03) Track 02 – 00:06:25

04) Track 03 – 00:10:32

05) Track 04 – 00:13:41

06) Track 05 – 00:17:21

07) Track 06 – 00:23:51

08) Track 07 – 00:28:12

09) Track 08 – 00:31:09

10) Track 09 – 00:33:07

11) Track 10 – 00:35:22

12) Track 11 – 00:37:41

13) Track 12 – 00:39:16

14) Track 13 – 00:43:26

15) Track 14 – 00:45:10

16) Track 15 – 00:47:32

17) Track 16 – 00:49:57

18) Track 17 – 00:51:31

19) Track 18 – 00:54:28

20) Track 19 – 00:56:56

21) Track 20 – 00:58:29

22) Track 21 – 01:00:09

23) Track 22 – 01:02:50

24) Track 23 – 01:11:56

25) Track 24 – 01:14:55

26) Track 25 – 01:17:52

27) Track 26 – 01:19:42

28) Track 27 – 01:22:55

29) Track 28 – 01:25:58

30) Track 29 – 01:28:59

31) Track 30 – 01:31:23

32) Track 31 – 01:33:54

33) Track 32 – 01:35:22

34) Track 33 – 01:39:08

35) Track 34 – 01:40:29

36) Track 35 – 01:44:56

37) Track 36 – 01:47:58

38) Track 37 – 01:50:53

39) Track 38 – 01:55:14

40) Track 39 – 01:58:32

41) Track 40 – 02:00:27

42) Track 41 – 02:04:40

43) Track 42 – 02:06:11

44) Track 43 – 02:08:38

45) Track 44 – 02:10:25

46) Track 45 – 02:11:44

47) Track 46 – 02:13:41

48) Track 47 – 02:15:16

49) Track 48 – 02:18:26

50) Track 49 – 02:21:38

51) Track 50 – 02:23:48

52) Outro – 02:28:39

Music Block Runtime: 02:25:56, Total Episode Runtime: 02:54:06

Our Intro Music is Funky Radio, from Jet Grind Radio on the Sega Dreamcast, composed by BB Rights. Our Outro Music is Malo Mart from Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess on GameCube and Wii, composed by Toru Minegishi, Asuka Ota, and/or Koji Kondo

The "Nerd Noise Radio - RERUNS!" channel can be found here:

https://www.buzzsprout.com/77944/

or here

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nerd-noise-radios-podcast/id1191400767

You can also find all of our audio episodes on Archive.org

Our YouTube Channel can be found here:

https://www.youtube.com/user/NerdNoiseRadio

Our episodes (and occasionally, other content) can be found on our blog here:

nerdnoiseradio.blogspot.com.

Nerd Noise Radio is also available on The Retro Junkies Network at www.theretrojunkies.com, and is a member of the VGM Podcast Fans community at

https://www.facebook.com/groups/VGMPodcastFans/

Or, if you wish to connect with us directly, we have two groups of our own:

Nerd Noise Radio - Easy Mode: https://www.facebook.com/groups/276843385859797/ for sharing tracks, video game news, or just general videogame fandom.

Nerd Noise Radio - Expert Mode: https://www.facebook.com/groups/381475162016534/ for going deep into video game sound hardware, composer info, and/or music theory.

Lastly, you can also follow us on Twitter at @NerdNoiseRadio.

The Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe used in the outro is “Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies” from the Sally’s Baking Addiction blog. You can find the recipe here: https://sallysbakingaddiction.com/chewy-chocolate-chip-cookies/

Thanks for listening! Join us again in July or August for Episode TBD - Delicious VGM on "Noise from the Hearts of Nerds"! And wherever you are - Fly the N!

Cheers!


Episode 48 – The Music of Final Fantasy VII (feat. Knight of the Round)

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Hailed as one of the greatest video game experiences ever, Final Fantasy VII was a game changer. It revolutionized the Japanese Role Playing Game market and the art of storytelling in a video game at the time of its release. Now, almost 23 years later, we are about to see a remade version of the game that captured our hearts back in 1997. But on the eve of Final Fantasy VII Remake’s release date, XVGM Radio sat down with Knight of the Round band member, Justin Taylor, to chat about the significance of the original game, it’s landmark music by Nobuo Uematsu, and showcase KotR’s latest release, a Metal-infused thematic cover album aptly titled: “SEVEN.” We’ll give you one guess what the theme is. From chatting about Cid’s character growth to the importance of Tifa in Mike’s teen years and Justin’s teenage confusion over numbering the Final Fantasy games back in the day. It’s a musical celebration of a true masterpiece, both musically and gameplay wise. Also, MAD Cait Sith hate!
Special thanks to Justin from Knight of the Round! Check out their Bandcamp – https://knightoftheround.bandcamp.com/ – and buy the album, SEVEN, here: https://knightoftheround.bandcamp.com/album/seven
We’d love to hear what you thought about this landmark JRPG soundtrack. What was your favorite song that we played? Did we miss your favorite tune? Shoot us an email at XVGMRadio@gmail.com or join in on the discussion at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/XVGMradio
We have a Discord Channel! Join us and chat about the show, share a random or obscure VGM song you love, or just chit chat with Mike and Justin about tacos! Join for free here: https://discord.gg/zWxDYfn
Thanks to all of our wonderful Patrons: Alex Messenger, Cam Werme, Chris Murray, Chris Myers, Chris Hart, Scott McElhone, Jordan & Anson Davis, Llama Adam, Peter Panda, Kung Fu Carlito, Bedroth, Nick Davis, MixxMaster, Jason SuperJES Dos, Brad Austin, Dan Laughton, Matthew Hannola, Jeremy Rutz and The Autistic Gamer 89. Become a Patron, get cool rewards, and more at http://www.Patreon.com/XVGMRadio
Our Twitter and Instagram are great ways to interact with us! Find us on there under our handle @XVGMRadio
If you’re an Apple Podcasts listener, please consider leaving a rating and a review to let us know how we’re doing! It also helps with getting the show to show up when others are searching for VGM!

TRACK LISTING:

Final Fantasy VII – Sony Playstation, 1997
Composed By: Nobuo Uematsu
Arrangements/Covers by Knight of the Round

Intro – “Prelude”
Knight of the Round – “Opening/Bombing Mission”
1 – “Hurry!”
2 – “Tifa’s Theme”
3 – “Turk’s Theme”
4 – “Rufus Welcoming Ceremony”
5 – “Underneath The Rotting Pizza”
6 – “Jenova Absolute”
7 – “Crazy Motorcycle”
8 – “Cid’s Theme”
9 – “Fiddle de Chocobo”
10 – “Highwind Takes To The Skies”
Knight of the Round – “One Winged Angel”


Episode 195: Ryan Drake's The Elder Scrolls VI: Bath Salts

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We've got a pretty laid back episode this week, or at least that was the plan! Our theme is games that you can relax with, so we've got chill games, laid back tunes, irreverent nonsense and more as special guest Ryan Drake makes his triumphant return to the show! Johnny gets fired, David blacks out, Jessie tries bath salts and John H. poops too much, all while listening to awesome VGM tunes. Enjoy!

***Programming note: Ryan's audio setup was less than ideal so we apologize for any audio glitches you may hear. Also, David pregamed really hard so if you don't enjoy hearing someone talk with severely slurred speech, maybe just stick with the tunes on this one.

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got Jessie's Covered Up, John H's GTT GEMS and great new 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 super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Crono, Dominic Guy, Kelyaum, Taylor Y and Sam L!

Our 24/7 VGM stream has been online for over a year! Check out our YouTube channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 800 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


Episode 168: Next Time, J.J. Next Tiiiiime!

To denounce the evils of truth and love. To extend our reach to the stars above. TYP! James!

Episode 413: Sonic the Hedgehog 2

In this very special and nostalgic episode, Karl & Will spotlight on one of their favorite games and soundtracks of all time: Sonic the Hedgehog 2! The guys discuss what makes Masato Nakamura's Sega Genesis score such a masterpiece. Enjoy!

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Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - Masato Nakamura - Sega - Genesis - 1992
-2 Player Results
-Opening Theme
-Emerald Hill Zone
-Chemical Plant Zone
-Aquatic Ruin Zone
-Robotnik
-Casino Night Zone
-Emerald Hill Zone (2P)
-Casino Night Zone (2P)
-Hill Top Zone
-Mystic Cave Zone
-Oil Ocean Zone
-Super Sonic
-Special Stage
-Metropolis Zone
-Mystic Cave Zone (2P)
-Hidden Palace Zone (Unused)
-Sky Chase Zone
-Wing Fortress Zone
-Death Egg Zone/Final Boss
-Ending Theme
-Staff Roll


KVGM "The Last Wave" (3/29/20)

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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 on sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch...the Last Wave.

Allergies kicked my butt this week but hey, spring is here, the flowers are in bloom, the weather is warming up. And sure, we may not be able to go outside and play but that doesn't we can't celebrate. Here at the Last Wave, we're welcoming spring with open arms and tons of smooth jams, from your dad's favorite sport to my sister's favorite sport to Jimmy "The Whirlwind" White's favorite sport. Lots of sports, loads of chill jams, come and hang out with us from a distance...even though Hammock sounds like he's about to fall asleep. 


Playlist

Candy ~Blues for M~ - Hiroyuki Hamada
(Super Runabout, Sega Dreamcast)

Game Over - Takeaki Kunimoto
(Yuu Yuu Jinsei, PC-Engine)

Time Castle - Masaki Kurokawa
(Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, Playstation)

Play Ball! - Unknown
(Pro Yakyuu Spirits 2012, Playstation 3)

Looking-Glass House - Barbarian on the Groove
(Rebellions Secret Game 2nd Stage, PSP)

Retrace One's Memory - Garage Land
(Es no Houteishiki, PC-98)

Gameplay - Manfred Linzner
(Jimmy White's Cueball, Game Boy Color)

Sunset - Ryuji Iuchi
(Love Game's: Wai Wai Tennis, Playstation)

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Track Listing

Music 1 - Puzznic - Tim Follin

Main Theme - Tintin On The Moon - Jeroen Tel

Green Garden - Bomberman 64 - Akifumi Tada

Big Bang!!! - Mario & Luigi Paper Jam - Yoko Shimomura

Grand Canyon Golf Course USA - Neo Turf Masters - Takushi Hiyamuta

Rock Club - Scott Pilgrim VS The World The Game - Anamanaguch


Paul Ruskay's Ambient 'Lumote' Sound And Music Is Inspired By Nature Films

Lumote is a dreamy puzzle platforming game created by the tiny team of Luminawesome. Composer and sound designer Paul Ruskay describes it as "a science fair project" because they designed a completely new way of generating the graphics with a program that's normally used to place the music at the appropriate moment in a game. The art style is flowy, and as the little blobby Lumote moves through the world interacting with the various flowers and little "dumb-bats," or batteries, the whole environment feels like it's underwater. Paul used that as inspiration, as well as the way nature films are shot and edited to create his playful, ambient soundtrack. Paul says he was thrilled to have a chance to add music and sound design to the genre of puzzle platformers, including games he really admires, like Portal. He says working on this soundtrack felt like unexplored territory, as it did when he wrote the music for the iconic Homeworld series of games. Paul's soundtrack is available with the

Episode 51: NEW and IMPROVED

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The Tracklist:

 

1 – “Gloo Gloo” from Rayman Legends (PS3, Xbox 360, WiiU, Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, 2013) Composed by Christophe Héral

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2 – “Forest Fight” from The Horde (3DO, 1994) Composed by Burke Trieschmann

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3 – “Dog Ending” from Silent Hill 2 (PlayStation 2, 2001) Composed by Akira Yamaoka

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4 – “Clawstrophobic” from Bubsy 3D – Furbitten Planet (PS1, 1996) Composed by Loudmouth Inc.

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5 – “Crazy Chocobo” from Final Fantasy XIII-2 (PS3, Xbox 360, Steam, 2011) Composed by Nobuo Uematsu performed by Shootie HG

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6 – “Menu” from Garfield: Saving Arlene (PC, PS2, 2005) Composed by L2P Music, Francois Carvagnio, and Robert Benzrihem

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Radio Hour, Volume 33

Episode #142 of BGMania. Another month coming to a close, and the world is currently in shambles. We try and have a good time even with all the things going on with a special block of music in the middle of the podcast dedicated to plagues! Enjoy the show!


Please send all track requests for future episodes, feedback, comments, questions, and concerns to bgmania@leveldowngames.com


The tracklist for today’s episode is as follows:

  1. Ceremony (Animal Crossing: New Horizons) [2020]
  2. Belief (The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel) [2013]
  3. BFG 10,000 (DOOM Eternal) [2020]
  4. Theme of Debid Rabbit Rockers (Dolucky's A-League Soccer) [1994]
  5. The Forest of Hope (Pikmin) [2001]
  6. A Plague Tale (A Plague Tale: Innocence) [2019]
  7. Plague Awake Here (Pathologic 2) [2019]
  8. Unfortunate Event (Resident Evil 3: Nemesis) [1999]
  9. Plague Blossom (Plague Inc. Evolved) [2014]
  10. 5 AM (Animal Crossing: New Horizons) [2020]
  11. God of Fire (Dissidia Final Fantasy NT) [2015]
  12. Yesterday (Days Gone) [2019]

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ROWYCO 39 – Mighty Final Fight

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This week, I’m listening to Mighty Final Fight! It’s a SD version of the arcade beat ’em up on the NES with a really great, albeit short, soundtrack. Setsuo Yamamoto and Yuko Takehara handled the compositions on this on. You might not know their names, but you’re more than likely familiar with their work!

Support us on Patreon!

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 and the show on Twitter!

Subscribe and rate!

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

-Prologue

-Title Screen

-Player Select

-Round 1 (Slum)

-Round 2 (Riverside)

-Round 3 (Old Town)

-Round 4 (Factory)

-Round 5 (Bay Area)

-Round Clear

-Boss Theme

-Bonus Round

-Final Boss Theme

-Final Round Clear

-Continue/Game Over

-Ending Theme


LMH Mixtape #115: Mountain Areas

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There are lot of biomes in video games -- aquatic, desert, forest, futuristic city, candy, the moon -- and alpine is certainly one of them. Pack some extra restoratives and let this mixtape guide...

The Legacy Music Hour was created by Brent Weinbach and Rob F. specifically for the purpose of talking about video game music from the golden age of gaming (16-bit and earlier).

Sound of Play: 242 – The videogame music podcast

This week, Sound of Play brings you a musical collage — a constellation of audio memories from the year 2012. Rediscover favourites from 2012 or encounter tunes for the first time. This mix contains excerpts […]

The post Sound of Play: 242 – The videogame music podcast appeared first on Cane and Rinse.


Battle Bards Episode 165: LOTRO Composer Bill Champagne

On this Very Special Edition of the Battle Bards, Lord of the Rings Online's Bill Champagne sat down for an interview to talk about his tenure in this long-running MMORPG as its lead composer. From his surprising origin story to tales behind the scenes at Standing Stone Games to his favorite soundtracks, Bill gives the flip-side of MMO music production while still sharing the love that we all have for these scores!

Special note: Bill picked specific LOTRO tracks for us to feature on today's show, which is a first for the program! Bill Champagne can be found on Twitter @BillChampMusic.

Episode 165 show notes

  • Intro
  • "Where Dragons Dwell and Kingdoms Fell"
  • "Life in Laketown"
  • "Beyond All Darkness"
  • "Valley Nourished by the Great River"
  • "Dread and Drear"
  • "Feast in the House of Grimbeorn"
  • "Fury of the First Age"
  • "She Who Walks in the Darkness"
  • "The Remnants of Grárik"
  • Outro (feat. "Lingering Shadow")

Episode 22-3 Gaiden Games with Chris Baines

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The podcast this week is all about side-stories and spin-offs! It's not just for ninjas anymore! We listen to some great music and have a lengthy discussion about what other Pokemon could have their "Detective" movie! Spoiler they're all awesome.

Joining us on show this week is composer, metal-head, and VGM-enthusiast Chris Baines! Chris is an R&P all-star and knows how to bring the tasty jams! Check out his own tasty-jams at https://chrisbainesmusic.com!

[020] Legend Of The Deep Forest - Part II

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About: There are so many incredible forest themes in games, and as such, we’re delivering a follow-up to one of our first few episodes based on mysterious, dark or foggy forest themes.

Artwork: Hiro Isono

00:00 - Forest Kingdom [NieR: Automata]
by Keiichi Okabe, Keigo Hoashi & Kuniyuki Takahashi >

04:10 - Phantom Forest [Final Fantasy VI]
by Nobuo Uematsu >

07:25 - The Mystery Forest [Rogue Galaxy]
by Tomohito Nishiura >

09:51 - The Garden Where The Celestite Lies [Radiant Historia]
by Yoko Shimomura >

12:42 - Forest of the Nopon [Xenoblade Chronicles]
by Manami Kiyota >

15:06 - Relic Forest [Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness (Originally from Pokémon Colosseum)]
by Tsukasa Tawada >

17:08 - Rainbow Butterfly Woods [Dark Chronicle]
by Tomohito Nishiura >

18:09 - Mystic Forest [Tales of Phantasia]
by Motoi Sakuraba, Shinji Tamura & Ryota Furuya >

21:03 - Tarm Ruins & The Lost Woods [The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons]
by Minako Adachi & Kyohiro Sada >

23:26 - Santalune Forest [Pokémon X & Y]
by Shota Kageyama, Minako Adachi, Hitomi Sato & Junichi Masuda >

24:37 - The Green Green Woodlands [Etrian Odyssey]
by Yuzo Koshiro >

26:52 - Forest [The Last Guardian]
by Takeshi Furukawa >

28:51 - A Mysterious Forest [Dawn of Mana]
by Kenji Ito, Tsuyoshi Sekito, Masayoshi Soken & Ryuichi Sakamoto >

31:39 - Agata Forest [Okami]
by Masami Ueda, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Rei Kondoh & Akari Kaida >

34:51 - Cure The Princess [Tenchu: Stealth Assassins]
by Noriyuki Asakura >

38:18 - The Sanctuary of Zi’Tah [Final Fantasy XI: Rise of the Zilart]
by Naoshi Mizuta >

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Episode 194: Perfect 5 out of 7

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Dark clouds are swirling and there's some evil, godless sorcery taking place on GTT this week, featuring games with MAGIC! Ok, no, actually we've got awesome tunes from some very fun, bright games, some forgotten classics, and some things that are too strange to be explained! Enjoy!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got Jessie's Covered Up, John H's GTT GEMS and great new 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 super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Crono, Dominic Guy, Kelyaum & Taylor Y!

Our 24/7 VGM stream has been online for over a year! Check out our YouTube channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 800 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


Episode 99: Episode 99: Animal Crossing

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Matt and Kris move in together and celebrate the music of Animal Crossing for the Nintendo GameCube.

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Episode 412: Jikkyou Powerful Pro Returns

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In this episode, Karl & Will return to the Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu series and its "better-than-it-has-a-right-to-be" music! The guys play music from 7 series titles released on the Gamecube, PSP, 3DS and more. Enjoy some ridiculously fun & feel-good VGM!

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Pro Yakyuu Spirits 2014 - Tomoaki Hirono, Shoichi Tanaka, Masahiko Kimura - Konami - PSP - 2014
-Season Opener
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 10 Chou Ketteiban - Tomoaki Hirono, Shoichi Tanaka, Masahiko Kimura - Konami - Gamecube - 2003
-A Lot of Heart
-Backdoor Slider
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2011 - Konami - PSP - 2011
-Free Agent
-Hit and Run
Pro Yakyuu Spirits 2011 - Konami - PSP - 2011
-Climbing the Ladder
Pro Yakyuu Spirits 2012 - Konami - PSP - 2012
-Sinker
Pro Yakyuu Spirits 2014 - Konami - PSP - 2014
-Uncle Charlie
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu Heroes - Konami - 3DS - 2016
-Brushback
-High and Tight
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2010 - Konami - PSP - 2010
-On the Road
Pro Yakyuu Spirits 2014 - Konami - PSP - 2014
-Baltimore Chop
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu Heroes - Konami - 3DS - 2016
-Hot Corner
-Payoff Pitch
Pro Yakyuu Spirits 2014 - Konami - PSP - 2014
-Daisy Cutter
-Green Light
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu Heroes - Konami - 3DS - 2016
-Coming Through in the Clutch
-Game Seven
-See You Next Season
Pro Yakyuu Spirits 2012 - Konami - PSP - 2012
-Enjoying Your Off-Day


KVGM "The Last Wave" (3/22/20)

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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 on sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch...the Last Wave.

The KVGM studio is closed in order to keep everyone safe, including the summer interns...but the jams keep coming. If you're stuck in isolation, hopefully these tracks will help calm some of your anxiety or inspire you to throw a one person dance party. Remember, wash your hands, no high fives, and jam out! (actually, jam in...as in, indoors) The request line is still open so keep those favorites coming, and we'll be sure to play them on the show.



Playlist

In-Game #6 - Ramon Braumuller
(Clockwiser, Amiga CD32)

Opening - Takuma Sato
(Root Double: Before Crime * After Days, Xbox 360)

BGM 4 - Unknown
(Simple DS Series Vol. 01: The Mahjong, Nintendo DS)

Vanishing Warmth - Famishin
(Snow, Sega Dreamcast)

Town of Normana - Ryuji Sasai and Tadahiro Nitta
(Xak: The Art of Visual Stage, X68000)

How to Play - Iku Mizutani
(Tetris Plus, Sega Saturn)

BGM 20 - Unknown
(Sexy Idol Mahjong: Yakyuuken no Uta, PC-Engine CD)

Ending and Staff Roll - Mitsuhito Tanaka
(Daibakush:  Jinsei Gekijou, Super Famicom)

Special Request


Ai Nanasaki's Theme - Noriyuki Iwadare
(Amagami, Playstation 2)

Animal Crossing Revisited

Bonus Episode #22 of BGMania. As we sit here and patiently await the midnight release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Nintendo Switch, Bryan sits down for some one-on-one radio time with a revisiting to the music of the Animal Crossing franchise. Enjoy the show!


Please send all track requests for future episodes, feedback, comments, questions, and concerns to bgmania@leveldowngames.com


The tracklist for today’s episode is as follows:

  1. 8 PM (Animal Crossing: City Folk) [2008]
  2. 4 PM (Animal Crossing) [2001]
  3. Main Street 1 (Animal Crossing: New Leaf) [2012]
  4. 5 PM (Animal Crossing: Wild World) [2005]
  5. The City -Night- (Animal Crossing: City Folk) [2008]
  6. New Year's Day 2 AM (Animal Crossing: Wild World) [2005]
  7. 10 PM (Animal Crossing) [2001]
  8. Happy Home Showcase (Animal Crossing: New Leaf) [2013]

CONTACT US

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Animal Crossing and DOOM

Track Listing

Animal Crossing - Kazumi Totaka, Kenta Nagata, Toru Minigishi and Shinobu Tanaka

Title

1 AM

5 AM

9 PM

DOOM (1993) - Bobby Prince

E1M1 At Doom’s Gate

E2M3 Intermission from Doom

E2M1 I Sawed the Demons

E1M4 Kitchen Ace (And Taking Names)


Sound of Play: 241 – The videogame music podcast

Joining Leon Cox, in Sound of Play 241 is Cane and Rinse contributor, Charlotte Cutts What we aim to bring you with Sound of Play is a diverse sample of some of our favourite pieces from the […]

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Helge Borgarts' Music Is The Perfect Sound For 'The Surge 2'

The sparsely-populated world created as the result of a plague in The Surge 2 needed a suitably dystopian sound for the music. I talked with composer Helge Borgarts of BowsToHymns who, with his colleague Thomas Stanger, crafted their music for the soundtrack that's inspired by the striking visuals and unique sound design by developers Deck 13. Helge and BowsToHymns also worked on the soundtrack for The Kraken , an expansion for The Surge 2 set during the 1980s on an aircraft carrier that's been turned into a cruise ship. Helge says it was really fun to recreate a grunge rock sound from some of his 1980s heroes. The Surge 2 Soundtrack, including the Kraken expansion is available in Apple Music, and many other sources. Episode tracklist : All tracks composed and performed by Helge Borgarts and Thomas Stanger (BowsToHymns) The Surge 2: Plane Crash; Infiltration; City Exploration; University; The Wall; Dangerous Harbour; Black Market; The Escape (feat. Alina Lesnik, vocals); Kraken Electro

Episode 22-2 Superfund

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The environmental activists in us come out in this week's podcast. Well, it definitely comes out of Pernell. Rob was confused and got creative with his music picks for this week. There are some great tunes in this episode, so enjoy!

LMH Mixtape #114: Neo Geo

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Clocking in right after the boizz'z early New Year's New Age celebration came the first show of the Neo year: a Neo Geo focus! Instantly recognizable by its red cabinet, four bright buttons, and two...

The Legacy Music Hour was created by Brent Weinbach and Rob F. specifically for the purpose of talking about video game music from the golden age of gaming (16-bit and earlier).

Sunsoft

Episode #141 of BGMania. We're back with another company-focused edition of the podcast, and this time, Bryan and Frank listen to some excellent music from games published and/or developed by Sunsoft! The duo also share quite a bit of memories that they have from Sunsoft related games. Frank's audio gets "demonic", for lack of a better word, for a few brief seconds at the beginning of the show and again near the end of the show. Weird how internet lag can do that to a file sometimes! Enjoy the show!


Please send all track requests for future episodes, feedback, comments, questions, and concerns to bgmania@leveldowngames.com


The tracklist for today’s episode is as follows:

  1. Area 1 (Blaster Master) [1988]
  2. Online Mode (Tel Tel Stadium) [1990]
  3. Can Can -Stage 1 Theme- (Lemmings) [1992]
  4. 20,000 Martians Under the Sea (Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions) [1993]
  5. Stage 2 (Batman) [1989]
  6. Mechanical Mystgate (Myst) [1994]
  7. Stage Theme 01 (Journey to Silius) [1990]
  8. Jetski 1 (Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel) [1994]
  9. Memories of the Past (Albert Odyssey) [1993]
  10. Staff Roll (Taz-Mania) [1993]
  11. Aporia -Boss Theme 1- (Gimmick!) [1992]
  12. Stage 7 (Fantasy Zone) [1987]
  13. Stages 1 & 6 Music (Batman: Return of the Joker) [1991]
  14. Battleship Prometheus (Phantom 2040) [1995]
  15. Stage Theme Underground (U-four-ia: The Saga) [1991]
  16. The End of Fights (Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors) [1995]

CONTACT US

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Please consider supporting Level Down Games and all of our content by using the following affiliate links. Thanks so much!

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Episode 47 – Konami Unleashed in the East! W/ Dan Laughton

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There’s plenty of Konami classics that never made their way outside of Japan. We could probably do an entire episode like this featuring the Ganbare Goemon series! However, today we’ll be focusing our efforts on two shoot ‘em ups (SHMUPS, Shooters, Shmupdangos, whatever you wanna call them!) Falsion, a Famicom Disk System game that took use of the 3D Glasses that premiered on the same day, as well as Crisis Force, one of the final Konami games released on the Famicom. Both of these have stellar soundtracks that are worth sharing with the rest of the world. So let Mike and Justin take you on a wild space mission with special guest, author Dan Laughton. Learn about how real world physics apply to space battles, hear Mike and Justin travel from the future with California accents on a mission to save the world…and jam out to some awesome music on this episode of XVGM Radio!
Big thank you to Patreon member Dan Laughton for requesting a track for this episode, and Dan Laughton for being on our show! Check out Dan’s book if you enjoyed this brief glimpse into his view on video games! Purchase link is here: http://tiny.cc/zb1glz
Make sure to also check out his podcast he co-hosts with his wife called The Village Person’s Podcast! https://thevillagepersonspodcast.com/podcast/
We’d love to hear what you thought about these blood-pumping Japan-exclusive Konami SHMUP tracks. What was your favorite song? Shoot us an email at
XVGMRadio@gmail.com or join in on the discussion at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/XVGMradio
We have a Discord Channel! Join us and chat about the show, share a random or obscure VGM song you love, or just chit chat with Mike and Justin about tacos! Join for free here: https://discord.gg/zWxDYfn
Thanks to all of our wonderful Patrons: Alex Messenger, Cam Werme, Chris Murray, Chris Myers, Scott McElhone, Jordan & Anson Davis, Llama Adam, Peter Panda, Kung Fu Carlito, Bedroth, Nick Davis, MixxMaster, Brad Austin, Dan Laughton, Matthew Hannola, Jeremy Rutz and The Autistic Gamer 89. Become a Patron, get cool rewards, and more at http://www.Patreon.com/XVGMRadio
Our Twitter and Instagram are great ways to interact with us! Find us on there under our handle @XVGMRadio
If you’re an Apple Podcasts listener, please consider leaving a rating and a review to let us know how we’re doing! It also helps with getting the show to show up when others are searching for VGM!

TRACK LISTING:

FALSION (FDS)
Composed by: Shinya Sakamoto, Shigehiro Takenouchi, Atsushi Fujio

Intro – “Stage 1”
1 – “Boss Theme”
2 – “Stage 2”
3 – “Stage 4”
4 – “Last Boss”
5 – “Stage 6”

CRISIS FORCE (FC)
Composed by: Kenichi Matsubara, Yasuhiko Manno, Jun Chuma

6 – “Stage 4:World of Fire”
7 – “Stages 1 & 6: Advanced City”
8 – “Final Battle 1/Boss 2”
9 – “Ending”
10 – “Stage 2:Land and Sea”


Episode 193: Bone Rollercoaster: After Story of Hollow Knight

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We've got to do some deep digging on this weeks episode, because we're headed deep into the depths of games with CAVES. We discover prehistoric dragons, new genres that maybe aren't so new, the difference between a whip and a rope, mysterious dungeons featuring David's favorite characters, and the least cooperative multiplayer game ever made! There's a light at the end of this tunnel, so listen and enjoy!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got Jessie's Covered Up, John H's GTT GEMS and great new 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 super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Crono, Dominic Guy, Kelyaum! & Taylor Y

Our 24/7 VGM stream has been online for over a year! Check out our YouTube channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 800 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


Vocals - Episode 17

Episode 17 Matt and Derek take on an interesting endeavor, an episode with nothing but vocal songs. We go about things a bit different this time and change our usual style. The tracks this episode definitely vary in flavor, some are awesome rock songs, some more calm and gentle, we have both English and Japanese songs as well. Matt plays some surprising ones while Derek focuses on some obvious classics. I hope you enjoy our Singalong episode with this fun change of pace.

Episode 411: Favorites with Andrew Lien

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It's time for another installment of Favorites with Friends! This time, Karl & Will welcome friend and possibly the first listener of the podcast, Andrew Lien! Andrew brings in a wonderful playlist of some of his favorite VGM to share and discuss with the guys. Enjoy!

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Rez - Buggie Running Beeps 01 - Keiichi Sugiyama
Star Fox - Corneria - Hajime Hirasawa
Metal Gear Solid 4 - Metal Gear Saga - Harry Gregson-Williams
Hotline Miami 2 - Roller Mobster - Carpenter Brut
Lost Eden - Velociraptor Ride - Stéphane Picq
Banjo-Kazooie - Freezeezy Peak - Grant Kirkhope
Gitaroo Man - Bee Jam Blues - COIL
Rayman Legends - Mariachi Madness - Christophe Heral, Billy Martin
Shovel Knight - Strike the Earth - Jake Kaufman
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - Temple of Time - Koji Kondo
Earthworm Jim - New Junk City - Tommy Tallarico
Interstate ‘76 - Spineless Funk - Bullmark
Resident Evil 2 - The Front Hall [R.P.D.] - Masami Ueda
Sonic 3D Blast - Green Grove Act 1 - Richard Jacques
Dark Cloud 2 - Veniccio - Tomohito Nishiura
Hotline Miami - Miami - Jasper Byrne


Episode 60: Castlevania the Adventure ReBirth, Namco Museum Arcade Greatest Hits

Improbable as it may seem, we are back for another podcast adventure! In this episode we are joined by friend of the show Jeff Roberts from the legendary (yes, legendary) band Marshall Art to discuss game soundtrack releases on vinyl that are a bit… unexpected. Anthony kicks us off with a look at the never-gonna-happen release of Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth from ShiptoShore Media. We explore the downright oddity of the game, the music, and the canon of this entry in the Castlevania series, and revel in the FM-synthiness of it all. Also, we may have devised the greatest track title since “Load BGM.” Next we move on to Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits. This one is a bit improbable for different reasons, and Jeremy and Jeff pick a few favorites (and anti-favorites) from this indisputably archival release from Spacelab 9. Is video game music bleeps and bloops or is it not? Who knows?

Changing things around for this episode, we discuss our never-ever-ever-ever-gonna-be-released-on-vinyl picks (perhaps tempting the fates? perhaps just wishlisting). Jeff pulls one from an era and a system you might not expect. Anthony gets out into left field with a hopeful release that may or may not be recorded in an airplane hangar. Jeremy goes for something that sounds great, but just may not have the same pull on others as it does for him. Finally we let you know what all your hard-earned money is begging to be spent on as we outline the new releases, as well as some represses and rumors. Join in! It’s not like there’s a lot else to do this week!

Outro: “Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth Another Medley” – Minabu Namiki

Marshall Art: https://marshallart.band/

Twitter – @vg_grooves, @jeremy_lamont, @ajohnagnello, @marshallartband

Resident Evil 3 (Laced Records)
“Bubble-up” Sludge Life 7” (Devolver Digital)
Glover (Respawned Records)
Red Dead Redemption 2 composed score (Rockstar Warehouse)
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KVGM "The Last Wave" (3/15/20)

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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 on sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch...the Last Wave.

This week, we're keeping the energy up...but we're also bringing it down when it needs to be brought back to down. Everybody needs a little extra energy these days but you don't want to overexert yourself, especially as the planet continues to crumble all around us. But we've always got sultry visual novels to keep us preoccupied while the world burns. Hey, let's come together, make some smart decisions, and try to save our future, our children's future, our pet's future...the future of all living organisms because, one way or another, the Earth will save itself from us. And with that, enjoy the jams!



Playlist

Drive Out - Koichi Fujiwara
(Power Quest, Game Boy Color)

JUN - Unknown
(Mermaid Prism, Playstation 2)

Title - Unknown
(WonderSwan Handy Sonar, WonderSwan)

Heaven's Gate - Femme Fatale
(Angel Wish: Kimi no Egao ni Chu!, Sega Dreamcast)

BGM 02 - Garage Land
(Kuro no Danshou: The Literary Fragment, PC-98)

Seaside - Masahito Miyamoto and Mikio Ohno
(Ganso Pachinko Ou, Super Famicom)

Beach Time - Capcom Sound Team
(Finder Love: Hara Fumina, PSP)

Ending - Akira Sato and Yuki Nakayama
(Urotsuki Doji, X68000)

Special Request


Twilight Space - Masaaki Nishizawa, Keiji Ueki, and Kennosuke Suemura
(Super Bonk, Super Famicom)

VGM Tracker 69



00:01
Black Mesa: Xen - Internal Conflict - PC

02:45
Black Mesa: Xen - Alien - PC

04:20
Black Mesa: Xen - The Hunting v2 - PC

07:08
Black Mesa: Xen - Shadows of Death v2 - PC

09:08
Black Mesa: Xen - Ascension v2 - PC

11:48
Black Mesa: Xen - Limitless Potential - PC

13:17
Black Mesa: Xen - Border Worlds - PC

14:48
Black Mesa: Xen - Ascension Reprise - PC

16:47
Undertale - Megalovania (2020 Remaster) - GaMetal

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March Patreon Live Recording – 2020

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Since everyone is up in arms (and for good reason) about the Coronavirus, we thought we’d do an episode on: FOR YOUR HEALTH! Join Mike and Justin as they reveal ghastly personal medical stories (both funny and gross,) share never-before-heard outtakes from Episodes 43 and 45, and chat about the pandemic that’s sweeping the globe, all during this Patreon-exclusive live show!

Check the episode out on our Patreon!

TRACK LISTING:

Intro: Dr. Mario Online Rx (Wiiware, 2008) “Cough” Masaru Tajima

1 – Trauma Team (Wii, 2010) “Endoscopy: Seeking Within” Ryota Koduka

2 – Dr. Mario 64 (N64, 2001) “Fever (Critical!)” – Seiichi Tokunaga, Hirokazu Tanaka (Original)

3 – Plague Inc. Evolved (Steam/PS4/XBONE, 2015/2016, Switch, 2019) “Plague Blossom (Main Theme)” Marius Masalar

4 – Trauma Center: Under the Knife (NDS, 2005) “Last GUILT” – Kenichi Tsuchiya, Kenichi Kikkawa

5 – 3-D Body Adventure (DOS, 1994, PC 2014) “Digestive Track Flyby” Hamilton Altstatt

6 – Surgeon Simulator (Win/Mac/Linux, 2014) “Are you Kidney-ing Me (Ambulance)” – Black Heron


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Track Listing

Title and Ending Theme - Wolverine - Geoff Follin

Menu theme - Sega Genesis Mini - Yuzo Koshiro

Mixed Match Music 3 - Tetris & Dr Mario - Yumiko Kanki, Kazumi Totaka and Hirokazu Tanaka

Volcano Vehicle - Rage Racer - Tetsukazu Nakanishi

Hiroshi Okubo

Vertical Dilemma - Spider Man 2 - Michael McCuistion

Can O Salt (Extended) - Super Meat Boy - Danny Baranowsky


OST - Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night

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It's been a while since my last OST episode. I'm a little rusty but I've tried my best to produce the best episode I could.

My workflow has changed drastically which resulted in a slightly disjointed episode but in the end the general idea gets through and more importantly the music on display here is pretty epic.

I'm happy to be back behind the mic and will try my best to get more OST episodes into your ears more regularly.

Symphony of the night is a true masterpiece, i strongly advise giving it a play through if you can. Ideally on the original hardware but being honest emulation works just as well.

Thanks for listening

Dean

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OST - Streets Of Rage

OST - Streets Of Rage

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Streets of Rage is a proper classic. To show my love i downed some beers and had at it. :D

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Episode 50: Browsing Gaming Magazines with UtopiaNemo

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It’s the 50th episode milestone celebration! To kick off the festivities for the occasion, Ed brings his friend and VGM scene veteran UtopiaNemo to the embassy to hang out and read some old video game magazines. The music they share on the show comes directly from pages of those classic mags, and the guys chat about some of their memories with GamePro, EGM, Diehard Gamefan, and more! To top it off, this episode’s incredible magazine-inspired artwork was created by VGMbassador Kung-Fu Carlito and his pal UltimateWarren!

In the tracklist, we’ve included links to digital versions of all the reference materials we discuss, so you can peruse the magazines yourself as we talk about them on the show.

You can see more of Kung-Fu Carlito’s art at his Instagram page and Twitter feed
Check out UltimateWarren on Twitter and Instagram


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: Muddle MADness, Ryan Steel, Bedroth, Chris Murray, Cameron Chiles, David Parrish, Michael Bridgewater, Chris Myers, Donovan Orofino, Voltz Supreme, Harold Howard, Ben “The Diad” Dishman, Chris Steenerson, Dan Laughton, Jordan Werme, Cameron Werme, Kung Fu Carlito, Scott McElhone, and Alex “The Messenger” Messenger.

Join our Facebook group for discussion and bonus content: facebook.com/groups/thevgmbassy

Follow The VGMbassy on Twitter: @TheVGMbassy

Check out the Instagram account for artsy-fartsy game-related images: @TheVGMbassy

Listen here or find us on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app!


The Tracklist:

1 – “Chinatown” from Revenge of Shinobi (Genesis, 1989) Composed by Yuzo Koshiro
From EGM Issue 5, AKA The 1990 VG Buyer’s Guide

2 – “Jawa Sandcrawler” from Super Star Wars (SNES, 1992) Composed by John Williams, arranged by Paul Webb
From GamePro Issue 47, June 1993

3 – “Lurau Woods” from GD Leen (SFC, 1991) Composed by Psychosonic, You Ohyama, Toshimichi Isoe, Masakazu Anai, and Hitoshi Sakimoto, and Arranged by Hitoshi Sakimoto, Tenpei Sato, and Naoto Niida
From EGM Issue 16, November 1990

4 – “Ending Theme” from Battlecorps (Sega CD, 1994) Composed by Martin Iveson, live guitar performed by Anthony Wheeldon
From GamePro Issue 56, March 1994

5- “Wren Transforms” from Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom (Genesis, 1991) Composed by Izuho Takeuchi
From Mega Play Issue 1, Nov-Dec, 1990

6 – “Stage Theme 1” from Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 (GB, 1994) Composed by Kozue Ishikawa and Ryōji Yoshitomi
From GamePro Issue 58, May 1994

7 – “Big Battleship (Stage 08)” from Silpheed (Sega CD, 1993) Composed by Ari Kamijo, Kenichi Kunishima, Tomoyuki Shimada, Kazuya Takahashi, Akio Matsuda, Fumihito Kasatani, Mariko Satō, Youko Sonoda, Mamoru Ishimoda, and Takahiro Nishi
From Diehard Gamefan vol. 1, Issue 10, September 1993

8 – “In Yer Face!” from Kyle Petty’s No Fear Racing (SNES, 1995) Composed by Aubrey Hodges
From GamePro Issue 71, June 1995

9 – “Mountain Replay” from Sega Rally Championship (Saturn, 1995) Composed by Naofumi Hataya and Takenobu Mitsuyoshi
From Next Generation Magazine

10 – “The Street” from Mortal Kombat 3 (Arcade, 1995) Composed by Dan Forden
From GamePro Issue 73, August 1995


Sound of Play: 240 – Assassin’s Creed special

For this special, we place the focus on Ubisoft’s long (free) running franchise with a selection of tracks chosen from the Assassin’s Creed series of games. What we aim to bring you with Sound of […]

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Bonus Episode: Bit by Bit

In this Bonus Episode, Karl shares his new chiptune compilation album Bit by Bit in its entirety! This album consists entirely of tracks submitted to Battle of the Bits, from January 2018 to February 2020. The result is a varied yet cohesive mix of chiptunes from systems such as Genesis, Game Boy, TurboGrafx, and various others. You can download the album by clicking the image below!

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Bit by Bit - Karl Brueggemann - 2020
-Walk the Walk
-Far Horizons
-Super Ski '99
-Exothermia
-Turbo Engine Force
-Panda Dance
-Strolling the Sewer
-Don't Hesitate
-Toasty Town
-Wild Penguin Strike
-Rarefied Air
-Hypothermos
-Storming the Armory
-The Space Lick
-Sundown Station
-Planetfall
-Facing Your Formidable Fate
-Cloud Ten
-Atop Matera Cliffside


Battle Bards Episode 164: Away with the fairies

If you ever walked into a forest glade at the light of the first full moon of the year, you may spy an impish fae dancing among the moonbeams and singing to all of the woodland creatures that come out for the annual concert. And if you ever tune in to Battle Bards -- in particular, this episode -- you may hear a rare recording of fairy music along with very serious discussion involving (a) aerial kung-fu, (b) the taste of fairy wings, and (c) didgeridoos. You are so not prepared for any of this.

Episode 164 show notes

  • Intro (feat. "Kelethin" from EverQuest II, "All's Fairy in Love and War" from RuneScape, and "Fairytale" from EverQuest)
  • "A Fairy of Peace" from Aion
  • "Fairy Academy" from MapleStory
  • "Fairy Tale Out of Time" from Allods Online
  • "Fae Forest" from Project Gorgon
  • "Fae Wilds" from Trove
  • "The Fairy Valley" from Luna Online
  • "Pixie Beast Tribe" from FFXIV
  • Which one did we like most?
  • Listener note from Katriana and Caroline
  • Jukebox Picks: "The Cause" from Elemental Gearbolt, "Beach Bunny" from Jazz Jackrabbit, and "The Crystal Shards" from Kirby 64
  • Outro (feat. )

Episode 22-1 Stankface Jams with Bruce Irons of The Mad Gear

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Did you ever hear a bassline so funky that your face just squished up? A horn section that hits so hard you're smelling rotten cheese and have to share it with the world? Then you know what's up! Our podcast this week is all about video game music with the FUNKIEST and the STANKIEST and the TASTIEST jams we could find!

Joining us on this adventure is Bruce Irons of The Mad Gear Band! He's here to rock-out to some great tunes and spread the word about his latest project: Turbo City Gaiden!

TURBO CITY GAIDEN is an animated series chronicling the adventures of the Baddest Band on the Planet The Mad Gear. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/themadgear/turbo-city-gaiden

[019] Enter Password

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About: To continue your game, enter your Password to proceed. Listen to these tunes while you input your code. Many of these themes play during Password entry screens, or are just simply tracks titled ‘Password.’

Artwork: Mega Man V

00:00 - Password & Name Entry [Cue Brick]
by N.KAZUO, Masanori Oouchi >

01:35 - Password & Continue [The Guardian Legend]
by Masatomo Miyamoto, Takeshi Santo >

02:33 - Name Entry & Password [Jaseiken Necromancer]
by Jun Chikuma >

03:59 - Password [Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure Mega-Drive/Genesis]
by Matt Furniss >

04:50 - Password [Spanky’s Quest]
by Kiyohiro Sada >

06:20 - Password [Mega Man 5]
by Mari Yamaguchi >

07:24 - Password [Record of Agarest War]
by Kenji Kaneko >

09:10 - Password [Code Name: Viper]
by Yoko Shimomura >

11:00 - Password [Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom]
by Tomotsune Maeno >

13:05 - Password [Shura no Mon]
by Hikoshi Hashimoto >

14:48 - Password Entry [Mega Bomberman]
by Jun Chikuma >

16:18 - Password [The Flintstones 1994 SNES]
by Dean Evans >

18:30 - Password Entry [Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine]
by Masanori Hikichi, Masayuki Nagao >

20:04 - Password [Tiny Toon Adventures: ACME All-Stars]
by Masanori Oouchi, Seiya Murai >

20:58 - To The Next Destination [Congo’s Caper]
by Emi Shimizu, Seiji Mooi, Seiji Yamanaka >

21:58 - Password [Super Soccer]
by Hiroya Niwayama, Hironori Tanaka, Masamichi Yamazaki, Tetsuji Ohtani >

23:12 - Password [Ecco Jr.]
by Andy Armer, Gábor Foltán, László Fazekas >

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Credits

Episode #140 of BGMania. We've reached the end. So long, folks! WAIT! Don't go anywhere... we just meant we reached the end of the game! And now, we get to listen to some rocking credits music! This week on the show, Bryan and Frank explore what makes credits music so fun and jolly in another exciting episode. Enjoy the show!


Please send all track requests for future episodes, feedback, comments, questions, and concerns to bgmania@leveldowngames.com


The tracklist for today’s episode is as follows:

  1. Credits (Super Meat Boy) [2010]
  2. Staff Roll (Super Mario 64) [1996]
  3. Still Alive (Mirror's Edge) [2008]
  4. Game Credits (Demon's Souls) [2009]
  5. Credits (Sonic & Knuckles) [1994]
  6. Credits (Star Fox) [1993]
  7. Love Psalm (Silent Hill 2) [2001]
  8. The Parade (Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars) [1996]
  9. Theme Credits (DOOM) [2016]
  10. Staff Roll (Project Justice) [2000]
  11. Credits (Mario Golf 64) [1999]
  12. Credits (Splatoon) [2015]
  13. Staff Roll (Excite Truck) [2006]
  14. Credits (Jamestown) [2011]
  15. Fantasia Alla Marcia (Kingdom Hearts II) [2005]
  16. Credits (Mario Kart 64) [1996]

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Episode 192: Modern Trashfire

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We've got a fantastic episode this week as we take a closer look at FIRST PERSON GAMES. When you think of a first person game, you probably start thinking of shooters, and that's perfectly fair. But there's also horror games with awful menus, games made by sad, fatherless men, and, yeah, shooting. Lots of shooting. Enjoy!

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Our 24/7 VGM stream has been online for over a year! Check out our YouTube channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 800 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

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Chilling Out With Alessandro Coronas And His Laidback 'Mutazione' Soundtrack

Mutazione , a quirky game created by the studio Die Gute Fabrik, has one of the most laidback soundtracks ever. From his very relaxed studio on Sardinia, Alessandro Coronas created a wonderful mix of low-fi, accoustic and synth sounds to accompany young Kai on her voyage to save her grandfather on a very unusual island. Mutazione has been in development for ten years! Alessandro says the initial concepts remained from the beginning. They included the magical seeds the player can select for their various healing properties and musical sounds. That allows you to create your own soundtrack, too. Alessandro is also the sound designer for the game, so he was able to grow the music out of the sounds of the game world. He says working with the small team of Die Gute Fabrik, and especially artist Nils Deneken, was a wonderful experience because of the freedom and synergy they all had. The four-hour soundtrack, which includes extended suites adapted from the musical cues, is available through

Episode 98: Episode 98: Contra

Show Notes

Matt and Kris shoot tomatoes in all directions with the absolutely killer Konami classic Contra!

Useful Links

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Social Stuff


Episode 410: Princess Connect!

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In this episode, Karl & Will focus on Princess Connect!, an incredible JRPG score that you probably haven't heard of before. Led by the likes of Kohei Tanaka and Yasunori Nishiki, this is truly one of the most exciting, polished, and impressive video game scores the guys have heard in a long time. Enjoy!

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Princess Connect! Re:Dive - Kohei Tanaka, Yasunori Nishiki, Kenta Higashiohji, Tsubasa Ito, Akihiro Honda, Takamitsu Ono, Akifumi Tada, Lucas, Saori Nakamura, Yuki Shirai - Cygames - iOS/Android - 2018
-A Story That Connects With You (Menu Ver.)
-A Little Guide
-Princess Fight
-Clashing Fighting Spirit
-It's Small But...
-Aim for the Top
-Agri La Buri
-Peaceful Champuru -Vampire Hunter with Ilya
-Ziz
-A Fragment of a Fleeting Memory
-Decisive Battle Against the Dark Star Beast
-Twin Pigs
-Becoming the True Emperor
-Gargu
-Megano's My Home: Dangerous Vacation!
-The Investigation Continues
-Warm Smile
-Olam
-Landsol's Comrades
-Battle of Elpis Island
-Airborne Waltz


KVGM "The Last Wave" (3/8/20)

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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 on sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch...the Last Wave.

This week, we've got a heavy dose of jams, which is exactly what the doctor ordered. Sure, we're living in scary times - even Aqua City Island isn't immune from the current state of the world. But at least, the Last Wave can provide a little bit of distraction, lulling you into the sweet and sultry embrace of the smoothest video game music on the planet. Come sail away with us!



Playlist

Prologue Blue Moon - Falcom Sound Team J.D.K.
(Brandish VT, PC-98)

Pebble Beach View from Sky - Yusaburo Shimojyo
(Pebble Beach no Hatou PLUS, Playstation)

Menu Music 1 - Neil Baldwin and Steve Duckworth
(Dino Dini's Soccer, Super Nintendo)

Shhhhhh Girl - Takeshi Ike
(Kita e. Photo Memories, Sega Dreamcast)

Don't Say Goodbye - Tomohiro Takatsuka
(Welcome to Pia Carrott!! G.P. Gakuen Princess Portable, PSP)

Harajuku - Masaki Kurokawa
(Shin Megami Tensei: NINE, Xbox)

Theme of Haruka Kawashima - Kazuhide Nakagami
(White Album: Tsuzurareru Fuyu no Omoide, Playstation 3)

Evening Glow of T3 (Ending) - Atsushi Fujio, Hidehiro Funauchi, and Katsuhiko Suzuki 
(TwinBee 3, Famicom)

Game & Watch Gallery soundtrack

Game & Watch Gallery

Composed by Yoko Mizuta and Jin Sugita


Episode 2.5

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Our live recap discussion of Episode 2: Beats (and that funky bass)

You can also watch the live stream here, complete with weird audio levels and minor technical difficulties (and bonus hangout afterward): https://www.twitch.tv/videos/562604859


Sky - Episode 16

Episode 16 the boys take to the skies, all the tracks this episode feature air based sequences or events.Whether its a big boss fought in the air, flying through the skies on some vehicle or creature, a turbulent storm brewing in the heavens or a level that takes you across clouds. All of these tracks are going feature some sort of airy quality, maybe some rocking beats or woodwind to convey height. Either way prepare to soar as we take you to cloud nine.

Set list for this episode includes:
Episode 16 – Sky
Kirby Superstar – Bubbly Clouds (Intro)
Digimon World: Next Order – Blue Sky, Big Step (Matt)
Seiken Densetsu 3 – High Tension Wire (Derek)
Megaman X – Storm Eagle (Matt)
Megaman 7 – Cloud Man (Derek)
Shadow of the Colossus – Despair filled farewell (Matt)
DFO/DNF – Silver Night (Derek)
Spryo Enter the Dragonfly – Cloud Nine (Matt)
Pilot Wings Resort – Hang Glider (Derek)
Pokemon Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire – Soaring the Skies (Matt)
Chrono Trigger – Epoch/Wings of Time (Derek)
Monster Hunter Generations – Amastumagatsuchi’s theme part 2 (Matt)
Super Mario RPG – Nimbus Land/ Let’s do the Fooka-Fooka (Derek)
Skies of Arcadia – Let’s GO! (Matt)
Shovel Knight – High Above the Land/ Flying Machine (Derek)
Freedom Planet – Sky Batallion (Matt)
(Closer) Tetris Attack – Breeze/ Lakitu Stage (Derek)

Deep Dive: Grant Kirkhope

Episode #139 of BGMania. It's time for another deep dive into one specific composer, and this month, Bryan and Frank are so excited to finally be listening to and discussing the work of Grant Kirkhope. A composer that is no stranger to anyone who listens to BGMania, Grant has provided us with that "Kirkhopian" sound we've adored since our teenage years. Enjoy the show!


Please send all track requests for future episodes, feedback, comments, questions, and concerns to bgmania@leveldowngames.com


The tracklist for today’s episode is as follows:

  1. Prickly Pear Island (Project Dream) [1996]
  2. Antenna Cradle (GoldenEye 007) [1997]
  3. Mumbo's Mountain (Banjo-Kazooie) [1998]
  4. DK Rap (Donkey Kong 64) [1999]
  5. Pelagic II: Exploration (Perfect Dark) [2000]
  6. Jinjo Village (Banjo-Tooie) [2000]
  7. Haunted Doors and Chairs (Grabbed by the Ghoulies) [2003]
  8. Oven-Fresh Day (Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise) [2008]
  9. Discovering BanjoLand (Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts) [2008]
  10. Dalentarth (Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning) [2012]
  11. Giant Apple Runaway (Castle of Illusion: Starring Mickey Mouse) [2013]
  12. Xeno Titan (Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth) [2014]
  13. Hivory Towers (Yooka-Laylee) [2017]
  14. Mid-Boss Mayhem (Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle) [2017]
  15. The Big Challenge (A Hat in Time) [2017]
  16. Step Right Up! -Casino- (Tangledeep) [2018]

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Retro Reprise Episode 20: Chrono Cross

While the game itself was a messy and convoluted sequel to a classic RPG, Chrono Cross has nevertheless persevered over time to become a cult classic that is incredibly beloved for its amazing soundtrack. On the show today, Syl and Syp share a conversation about their favorite tracks and just what made this score so special to hear.

Retro Reprise Episode 20: Chrono Cross

  • Intro
  • "Time's Scar"
  • "Reminiscence"
  • "Dreams of the Shore Near Another World"
  • "Forest of Cutting Shadows"
  • "Dead Sea"
  • "Radical Dreamers"
  • "Star Stealing Girl"
  • "Voyage"
  • Outro

Sound of Play: 239 – The videogame music podcast

Joining Leon Cox, in Sound of Play 239 is Cane and Rinse contributor, Richard Davison What we aim to bring you with Sound of Play is a diverse sample of some of our favourite pieces from the […]

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Episode 21-10 Your Influential Classics

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This week's podcast we turn the tables and ask our listeners what games they believe are influential classics! There are some great tunes and serious bangers in this episode, further proof that our listeners have excellent taste! Also look out for Rob's favorite trivia game: Name That World Warrior! Did you know E. Honda's bust size? Neither did we, UNTIL NOW!

This episode was recorded over a live stream exclusively for our Patreon members. If you'd like to get involved and support the show, why not consider becoming a patron! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels

Episode 222: You're Fired

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Brent and Rob do some job firing in this episode, but it’s very laid back so it’s actually enjoyable. They also talk a bit about the Sonic movie and well, lots of other things. Join the Legacy...

The Legacy Music Hour was created by Brent Weinbach and Rob F. specifically for the purpose of talking about video game music from the golden age of gaming (16-bit and earlier).

Episode 46 – Reverse Picks!

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When co-hosts pick tracks on a video game music podcast, it’s typically songs they enjoy. But what if you tried to guess which picks your co-host would pick? In this episode, Justin and Mike reverse their picks, allowing Mike to pick tracks he thinks Justin would enjoy, and Justin to choose Mike’s tracks. What follows is an enlightening episode that showcases the strength of how well the two hosts know each other, as we give our Producer-who-is-also-a-Metroid, Janine, a night off. No callers, just two hosts sharing and rating songs they think they other would pick.
We’d love to hear what you thought about the concept behind this episode, as well as Mike and Justin’s choices. What was your favorite track?
Shoot us an email at XVGMRadio@gmail.com or join in on the discussion at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/XVGMradio
We have a Discord Channel! Join us and chat about the show, share a random or obscure VGM song you love, or just chit chat with Mike and Justin about tacos! Join for free here: https://discord.gg/zWxDYfn
Thanks to all of our wonderful Patrons: Alex Messenger, Cam Werme, Chris Murray, Chris Myers, Scott McElhone, Jordan & Anson Davis, Llama Adam, Peter Panda, Kung Fu Carlito, Bedroth, Nick Davis, MixxMaster, Brad Austin, Dan Laughton, Jeremy Rutz and The Autistic Gamer 89. Become a Patron, get cool rewards, and more at http://www.Patreon.com/XVGMRadio
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TRACK LISTING:

Intro – Justin’s – Rock n’ Roll Racing (SNES, 1993) “Bad to the Bone” – George Thorogood (original), Tim Follin
1 – Brutal Legend (XB360/PS3, 2009) “11 O’ clock Is a Direction” – Peter McConnell
2 – Harmoknight (3DS, 2012) “City Lights” Minako Adachi, Nobuo Kiyota (Puresound Inc.), Kiyoto Ōtani (Puresound Inc.), Kiyohiro Sada (Puresound Inc.)
3 – The Sexy Brutale (XB1/PS4/Win/Switch, 2017) “What’s your Poison (The Bar)” – Matt Bonham, Tim Cotterell
4 – Animaniacs (GEN/SNES/GB, 1994) “Studio 2 Part 1” Seiya Murai
5 – Sega Rally Championship (ARC/Sat, 1995) “My Dear Friend, Rally” – Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, Naofumi Hataya, Naoki Takao (Vocals)
6 – Live A Live (SNES, 1994) “Sound of Shinobi” Yoko Shimomura
7 – Halo: Combat Evolved (XBOX, 2001) “Rock Anthem for Saving the World” – Martin O’Donnell (Lead), Michael Salvatori (Add’l music)
8 – Gradius 2 (FC, 1988) “Stage 3-1/Heavy Blow” Hidenori Maezawa, Yukie Morimoto
9 – 10,000 Bullets (PS2, 2005) “Opening Theme” – Yasunori Mitsuda, Miki Higashino
10 – Adventures of Cookie & Cream (PS2, 2000) “Music World (Fast)” Kota Hoshino, Ikuya Ichinohe


KVGM "The Last Wave" (3/1/20)

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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 on sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch...the Last Wave.

Enjoy the jams this week, there's plenty to get your day going in the right direction. And if you want extra Hammock action, check out Pixelated Audio's latest episode, featuring music from the Playstation game, Kaze no Notam. We've featured a track from the game on the Last Wave but we take a deeper dive, exploring all that hot air balloon simulation has to offer. Thanks to Bryan and Gene for having me on, it was a lot of fun and the soundtrack is very chill and unique.



Playlist

Image Video Hot Girl - Hidenori Shoji
(Yakuza 0, Playstation 3)

Grass Land - Yoshiki Nishimura, Miyuki Uemura, and Yasushi Tokunaga
(Yoshi's Safari, Super Nintendo)

A Song for J.P. - Studio M
(Yume no Sei, PC-98)

Back in City - Kohei Nakamura
(No Reality, PC)

Jewel Chase - Thomas Petersen
(Microsoft Puzzle Collection, Game Boy Color)

Inn Town Ageel ~ Cursed Land - Noriyuki Iwadare
(Grandia 2, Sega Dreamcast)

Beach - Unknown
(Chesty to Meigurumi-tachi no Mahou no Bouken: Kisekko Gurumi, Game Boy Advance)

Ending - Unknown
(Quiz Kidou Senshi Gundam: Toi Senshi DX, Playstation Portable)

Episode 191: Ride the Death Horse

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We've got a timely and spooky theme for this week's episode, we're talking about games featuring THE UNDEAD! Zombies, skeletons, ghouls, chupacabras, jiangshi, and of course, fantastic VGM tunes! Enjoy!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got Jessie's Covered Up, John H's GTT GEMS and great new 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 super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, xxCRONOxx, Dominic Guy, Kelyaum! & Taylor Y

Our 24/7 VGM stream has been online for over a year! Check out our YouTube channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 800 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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Facebook
Twitter
YouTube

The show takes podcast form and becomes available for download Wednesday mornings! Find it on iTunes 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


Revealing The Heart Of 'Hollow Knight's' Music With Solo Piano

Christopher Larkin's score for Hollow Knight is one of the most beloved soundtracks in recent games. I talked with arranger David Peacock and pianist Augustine Mayuga Gonzales about their project to adapt Chris' haunting music for solo piano. David says he appreciates Christopher's involvement in developing the arrangements. He says Chris advised him to use the lore of the game as inpiration for his arrangements. Augustine says he loved playing David's arrangements because they were challenging, but also allowed him to use his background as a classical pianist. The soundtrack is available through Bandcamp, and a vinyl release as well as a book of sheet music are also planned. Episode tracklist All tracks by Christopher Larkin, arranged by David Peacock and performed by Augustine Mayuga Gonzales Hollow Knight : Hornet; Greenpath; Resting Grounds; Dung Defender; Crossroads; City of Tears; Reflection; Radiance; Hollow Knight Follow Kate on Twitter Subscribe to Music Respawn in Apple

Kaze no NOTAM with Hammock – PA126

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What does it feel like to soar through the skies in a hot air balloon? Kaze no Notam on the Sony Playstation attempts to answer that question. Released September 1997 by the mid-sized Japanese developer Artdink, Kaze no Notam is an easygoing flight sim in the vein of Pilotwings with some light objectives, although it’s… Read More »

Episode 409: Show & Tell 29

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It's time for another installment of Show & Tell! Karl & Will each bring in their own playlist of tracks that the other hasn't heard. And in Show & Tell fashion, they duke it out in order to decide the track of the week. Enjoy an excellent, diverse collection of VGM!

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Game Sound Legend Arrange Series - Speed&Wind - S.S.T. Band - 2004
-Rohga (from Wolf Fang)
Chibi Maruko Chan: Maruko Deluxe - Nobuyuki Shioda - Konami - GB - 1995
-Track 3
Air Management '96 - Taku Iwasaki - Koei - Saturn - 1996
-BGM 04
Tottemo! Lucky Man - Harumi Fujita, Yasuaki Fujita - Bandai - SNES - 1995
-Battle 1!
Burst Error: Eve the First - Nakayama Yuki & Hata Yoshito - Kadokawa - PSP - 2010
-Take a Break
Bound High! - Takaaki Oka - Nintendo - Virtual Boy - 1996
-Title
Do-Re-Mi Fantasy - Jun Chiki Chikuma - Hudson - Super Famicom - 1996
-Ending ~ Staff Roll
Bound High! - Takaaki Oka - Nintendo - Virtual Boy - 1996
-World 2
Sangokushi V - Takayuki Hattori - Koei - Saturn - 1996
-Summer in the Mountains
El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron - Hayato Matsuo, Masato Kouda - UTV - PS3 - 2011
-Tragic Scream
Akiko Premium - Akira Sato - Ides - Sharp X68 - 1993
-Akiko
Lupin III: Lupin is Dead, Zenigata is in Love - Yuji Ohno - Bandai - PS2 - 2007
-Sexy Theme
BlazBlue: Chronophantasma - Daisuke Ishiwatari Arc System - PS4 - 2014
-Bullet Dance II
Tootuff - Alister Brimble - INfogrames - GB - 2001
-Track 5
J.B. Harold: Murder Club - Yoshihiko Miyazaki or Bug Corporation - PC Engine CD - 1991
-Investigation Rest
Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair - Dave Wise - PLaytonic - Switch - 2019
-Snowblade Evade (Intro)
The Ninja Warriors Once Again - Hiroyuki Iwatsuki - Natsume - Switch - 2019
-Stage 3: Shopping Mall
Tsuri Taro - Katsuhiro Hayashi - Pack-In-Video - SNES - 1994
-Fishing for Pale Chub


Immortal C64 - Episode 89

Immortal C64 Episode 89 - Yeah, I know. Track Listing : Track Number / Start Time / Artist / Track Name / Track Length 01 .. 0:00:34 - Jason Page - Last Ninja - 5:31 02 .. 0:05:59 - Ronny Engmann and Qdor - 15 Years of Friendship - 2:46 03 .. 0:08:44 - Richard Bayliss - Abu Simbel Profanation - 3:36 04 .. 0:12:14 - Chris Lightfoot - Brac - 3:41 05 .. 0:15:52 - Konrad Kiss - Trance - 3:56 06 .. 0:20:00 - Marcin Olkowski - Sky - 2:34 07 .. 0:22:34 - Markus Schneider - Django - 3:13 08 .. 0:25:51 - Per Fredrik Kvarme - Digitalia - 2:21 09 .. 0:28:28 - Martin Evald - Die Selbst in Zunehmendem Nabel - 2:57 10 .. 0:31:27 - K Rostoen and E Sommersten - Drisko - 4:45 11 .. 0:36:14 - Glen Rune Gallefoss - Fjellgeit, Ode to Fairlight - 1:22 12 .. 0:37:42 - Akos Makrai - Skatejazz - 3:21 13 .. 0:40:55 - Rudolf Stember - Scroll it 2 - 3:01 14 .. 0:43:59 - Dariusz Rawa - Rave 2 - 2:25 15 .. 0:46:28 - Krzystof Krawczyk - Quit - 1:36 16 .. 0:48:07 - Tomas Mogensen - The Pulse - 2:44 17 .. 0:50:54 - Klaus Grongaard - Old Level 1 - 1:44 18 .. 0:52:43 - Owen Crowley - Half Dead - 1:49 19 .. 0:54:34 - Rafal Bratowski - Forget it - 1:33 20 .. 0:56:13 - Richard Bayliss - Galaway Style - 3:05 21 .. 0:59:21 - Stu Taylor - The Grey Tune - 7:03 22 .. 1:06:22 - Mark Thomas Ross - Monolith - 6:40 23 .. 1:12:58 - Tomas Mogensen - O'Niell - 1:53 24 .. 1:14:56 - Maciej Licbarski - Octave - 2:19 25 .. 1:17:20 - Richard Bayliss - Novaload - 1:40 26 .. 1:19:17 - Kristian, Eivind and Kjell - Voyage - 13:56 27 .. 1:33:22 - Mark TDK Knight and Jason Page - Albino 4 - 6:19 Thanks for listening :) Real SID episodes are made using an real C64 and a SD2IEC from http://www.thefuturewas8bit.com/ I can be found on Twitter at Retrograde77 / email : akumadesigns at gmail.com and also on Commodore is Awesome's IRC : irc.abime.net #awesome. awesome.commodore.me

Episode 59: Black Knight Sword of Rage, Radiant Silvergun

Hi hi hi. Before you knew it, it was time for another podcast, and here we are! In our weird synchronistic way, we cover a couple of picks this episode that have at least one thing in common: they make Jeremy a little angry. We open with the soundtrack to (of all things) the pinball game Black Knight: Sword of Rage, and we discuss some of the history of video games through the perspective of pinball, and how the two mediums comingle. The soundtrack by Scott Ian thumps and marches to a metal beat as the pinball machine mercilessly takes your money, and we explore the mingling of the musical and mechanical in this very special release. Then Anthony brings the vertical shooter oddity Radiant Silvergun and its recent Data Discs release, which currently represents the ONLY extant vinyl release for music by Hitoshi Sakimoto. We reconcile our “Yasumi Matsuno” expectations for the soundtrack with the fact that Sakimoto is a big shooter fan, and we discuss Radiant Silvergun’s place in the pantheon of shooters, and why this one is practically custom-made for frustration.

We then cover the recent news in the world of video game soundtracks on vinyl record with some new releases, announcements, and lots of opportunity for money spending! What kind of podcast would we be running if we didn’t cost you some money?

Finally, we discuss the phenomenon of the “B-side” and whether it has a place in the world of video game soundtracks, and what it might take for a consumer to make some room, so to speak, on the releases we have now to allow for oddities and more raw creativity on our shelves versus the “as-seen-in-game” soundtrack reproductions. What do you think? Join us and weigh in!

Outro: “Penta [5th Force]” – Radiant Silvergun, by Hitoshi Sakimoto

Images from Jeremy’s visit to the 1UP Arcade Bar in Denver, CO


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Twitter – @vg_grooves, @jeremy_lamont, @ajohnagnello

Links:
Death Stranding (Mondo)
Kentucky Route Zero (iam8bit)
Kentucky Route Zero (mystery vinyl) (iam8bit)
The Missing – JJ Macfield and the Island of Memories (Limited Run Games) (sold out)
Metal Slug 3 (Wayô Records)
Seven (Knight of the Round Bandcamp)
Dead Cells Prisoner’s Edition (Signature Edition Games) (PS4)
Yuppie Psycho (Black Screen Records)
Super XYX (Qrates) (ends 7 Mar 2020)
The Wonderful 101 Remastered (Kickstarter)
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous (Kickstarter)
Hessian (Kickstarter)



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Episode 49: SNES Memories with Cam Chiles from The Mad Gear

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Straight from the mean streets of Turbo City, Bruce Irons (aka Cameron Chiles) of The Mad Gear VGM band is back! Following up on their last NES Memories episode, Cam and Ed zoom forward a few years and chat about their SNES memories, and recall some of the music that defined their gaming experiences. You’ll hear some SUPER tunes from some games that time may have forgotten… or maybe a few will bring back some fond memories of your own!

The Mad Gear’s Animated Series Kickstarter is LIVE! Follow the link below to check out their hilarious new project!
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/themadgear/turbo-city-gaiden


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: Muddle MADness, Ryan Steel, Bedroth, Chris Murray, Cameron Chiles, David Parrish, Michael Bridgewater, Chris Myers, Donovan Orofino, Voltz Supreme, Ben “The Diad” Dishman, Chris Steenerson, Dan Laughton, Jordan Werme, Cameron Werme, Kung Fu Carlito, Scott McElhone, and Alex “The Messenger” Messenger.

Join our Facebook group for discussion and bonus content: facebook.com/groups/thevgmbassy

Follow The VGMbassy on Twitter: @TheVGMbassy

Check out the Instagram account for artsy-fartsy game-related images: @TheVGMbassy

Listen here or find us on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app!


The Tracklist:

1 – “Through the Jungle” from Joe and Mac (SNES, 1992) Composed by Seiichi Hamada, Seiji Momoi, Takafumi Miura, and Seiji Yamanaka

2 – “Title Theme” from Populous (SNES, Sept. 30, 1991) Composed by Kazuo Sawa

3 – “Garden” from Spanky’s Quest (SNES, 1992) Composed by Kiyohiro Sada

4 – “Sunset Valley” from Stunt Race FX (SNES, 1994) Composed by Shinobu Amayake

5 – “Warehouse” from Sküljagger: Revolt of the Westicans (SNES, 1992) Composed by David Hayes

6 – “Karudo” from Darius Twin (SNES, 1991) Composed by Norohiro Furukawa (aka Wiz. Master) and Kazuyuki Ohnui (aka POCHI) of Zuntata

7 – “Main Theme” from Wings 2: Aces High (SNES, 1992) Composed by George Sanger and David Warhol

8 – “Player Select” from Sengoku Denshou (SFC, 1993) Composed by Osamu Kido and Takeshi Sakamoto

9 – “Title Theme” from Ken Griffey Presents Major League Baseball (SNES, 1994) Composed by Chris Jojo, Paul Tonge, Matthew Cannon, Tim Follin, and Geoff Follin

10 – “Multiplayer Battle” from Super Bomberman 4 (SFC, 1996) Composed by Jun Chikuma


Level 15

Track Listing

Jumper - Castle Crashers - Waterflame

Dark Level Funk - ToeJam & Earl Back in the Groove - Cody Wright

Main Menu Music - Pebble Beach Golf Links 3DO - Yumi Kinoshita

Stage 02 Magical Town - McDonald’s Treasure Land Adventure - Katsuhiko Suzuki and Aki Hata

San Francisco - Mickey’s Speedway USA (GBC) - Ben Cullum

Banson’s Aria - Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure - Gene Rozenberg


[018] I Could Grow Old Here

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About: When it’s all said and done, you’ll need somewhere peaceful to hunker down. These homely themes showcase the serenity within these carefree towns and villages.

Artwork: Crysta from Terranigma (Voxel Art) by
無礼:Re (Blary)

00:00 - A Person’s Warmth [Wild Arms 3]
by Michiko Naruke >

03:05 - Light of the Town [Legend of Legaia]
by Michiru Oshima >

05:10 - Hometown [Terranigma]
by Miyoko Takaoka, Masanori Hikichi >

08:38 - Town Theme [Final Fantasy V]
by Nobuo Uematsu >

10:53 - Vale, Vault & Altin [Golden Sun]
by Motoi Sakuraba >

13:54 - Suzaku’s Village [Sword Dancer]
by Yuko Anzai >

16:24 - Boy Meets Girl (Twoson) [EarthBound]
by Keiichi Suzuki, Hirokazu Tanaka >

18:46 - Town - Farm [Little Town Hero]
by Hitomi Sato >

22:25 - Littleroot Town [Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire]
by Shota Kageyama, Minako Adachi, Hideaki Kuroda, Hitomi Sato >

24:22 - Serene Town [Threads of Fate]
by Junya Nakano >

27:37 - Sunset Town [SaGa Frontier]
by Kenji Ito >

29:46 - The Quieting World [Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals]
by Yasunori Shiono >

32:01 - Matataki Village [Dark Cloud]
by Tomohito Nishiura >

33:39 - Twilight Street [Shadow Hearts: Covenant]
by Yashitaka Hirota, Yasunori Mitsuda, Kenji Ito >

35:57 - My Quiet Forest Home [Octopath Traveller]
by Yasunori Nishiki >

39:09 - City of Solitude [Legend of Legacy]
by Masashi Hamauzu >

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Battle Bards Episode 163: EverQuest upgraded

The Battle Bards return to the verdant fields of EverQuest for a look at the updated and remastered soundtrack that came out last year. If you only know EverQuest's music in its MIDI format, why not venture into the modern era of the game's score? It's a trip down Norrath lane, just slightly belated from the MMO's 20th anniversary!

Episode 163 show notes

  • Intro (feat. "Main Theme," "Boomba's Exchange," and "Faydwer's Dusk")
  • "The Jaunty Bardic Song"
  • "Dawn Over Norrath"
  • "The Gates of Qeynos"
  • "The Gypsy's Trek"
  • "Faydark"
  • "Halfling Habits"
  • "Norrathan Seas"
  • Which one did we like most?
  • Listener note from Zinn
  • Jukebox Picks: "Victor X" from Ion Fury, "Et Ratio Principalis" from Control, and "Isabelle Battle Theme" from Shadowverse
  • Outro (feat. )

Episode 190: Weeaboo Wii Wishes

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We've got another awesome episode all about a specific year in gaming! This time we're headed back one decade to the year 2010! Great tunes, some classic games and some not so classic, some games that are lost to time and some that never went on clearance at Walmart, and again, great tunes! Enjoy!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got Jessie's Covered Up, John H's GTT GEMS and great new stuff in the works, including more movie commentaries and more game streaming, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, xxCRONOxx, Dominic Guy, and Kelyaum!

Our 24/7 VGM stream has been online for over a year! Check out our YouTube channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 800 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:

Twitch
Facebook
Twitter
YouTube

The show takes podcast form and becomes available for download Wednesday mornings! Find it on iTunes 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


Sound of Play: 238 – The videogame music podcast

Joining Ryan Hamann (@InsrtCoins), in Sound of Play 238 is Sean Bell (@CaptainToss) of The Computer Game Show with community contributions from Flabyo, Hazehill, and rob25x. What we aim to bring you with Sound of […]

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Episode 21-9 Smash Bros. with Mitchel Wong

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Some BODY once told me that podcasts gonna rock your socks off! Our podcast this week is all about those crazy SMASH BROS! There's so much original music and arranged classics that we couldn't possibly do it alone.

A RETURNING CHALLENGER APPEARS!

Mit Chel Wong (composer, Kine) is not only a fantastic award-winning composer and musician, they're also deep into the competitive Smash scene! Mit talks shop about ESports, their favorite characters, moves, and most especially: favorite tracks.

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Radio Hour, Volume 32

Episode #138 of BGMania. We get pretty eclectic this month for Radio Hour as Bryan and Frank kick their feet back and enjoy another awesome assortment of video game music. Enjoy the show!


Please send all track requests for future episodes, feedback, comments, questions, and concerns to bgmania@leveldowngames.com


The tracklist for today’s episode is as follows:

  1. Paris (Hotline Miami) [2012]
  2. Coneball3000 (Dreams) [2020]
  3. Mary Payne (Astrologaster) [2019]
  4. Black Hole Anomalies (Space Megaforce) [1992]
  5. Blue Bird Lamentation (Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward) [2012]
  6. Dark Hero -Male Version- (Astral Chain) [2019]
  7. Wily Field (Mega Man Soccer) [1994]
  8. "Cider Time" by Lifeformed (Dustforce) [2012]
  9. Fate to Despair (Castlevania: Circle of the Moon) [2001]
  10. Rock Song #2 (The Sims: Bustin' Out) [2003]
  11. Spirits (Crystar) [2018]
  12. Beyond the Heart (Celeste: Farewell) [2019]

CONTACT US

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◘ Twitter: https://twitter.com/OriginalLDG
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LMH Mixtape #113: New Age Music 2

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The Legacy Music Hour kicked off an early new year's celebration in December of 2012 with a stirring return to New Age music, and now in 2020 you can meditate along to the festivities in music-only...

The Legacy Music Hour was created by Brent Weinbach and Rob F. specifically for the purpose of talking about video game music from the golden age of gaming (16-bit and earlier).

Episode 97: Episode 97: The Incredible Machine

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Matt and Kris spend some time with one of the most influential soundtracks Kris listened to as a kid. Get those DOS prompts ready for C:\TIM.EXE!

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Episode 408: Takenobu Mitsuyoshi

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In this funky episode, Karl & Will focus on the career of legendary Sega composer Takenobu Mitsuyoshi! Known primarily for his scores to beloved Sega racers such as Daytona USA, Sega Rally Championship, Outrunners and more. Enjoy some super groovy and entertaining VGM!

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World Club Championship Football - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Temptation of Construction
G-LOC: Air Battle - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Earth Frame G (S.S.T. Band Version)
GP Rider - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Time Attack
Strike Fighter - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Hyper City (S.S.T. Band Version)
Virtua Racing - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Demonstration
Outruners - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Niagara Falls
Outruners - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - France
Daytona USA - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Let's Go Away
Daytona USA - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - The King of Speed
Daytona USA - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Sky High
Sega Rally Championship - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Conditioned Reflex
Sega Rally Championship - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Reckless Running
Sega Rally Championship - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Mountain Replay
Fighters Megamix - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Theme of Lau
Virtua Striker 2 - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Goal Rush! (1st, 2nd Match Complete)
Burning Rangers - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Burning Hearts
Shenmue - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Sedge Tree
Shenmue - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Departure on a New Journey
Sega Rally 2006 - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Temptation of Speed
Cyber Troopers Virtual-On Marz - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi - Burning Muscles


KVGM "The Last Wave" (2/23/20)

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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 on sunny Aqua City Island. Sit back, relax, and get ready to catch...the Last Wave.

Speaking of the anthropomorphic craze in kids' cartoons in the '80s/'90s, how many listeners remember Battle Beasts? I collected them as a young Hammock, as well as M.U.S.C.L.E. in their plastic garbage bins. Of course, my parents sold them in a garage sale when I was off in College World and I will never forgive them for as long as I live (kidding). Biker Mice From Mars wasn't something I was into but I did enjoy the Cowboys of Moo Mesa.



Playlist

Unrequited Love - Takeshi Abo
(Memories Off Duet: 1st & 2nd Stories, Playstation)

Owl's Song - Tsukasa Masuko
(Nontan to Issho: Kuru Kuru Puzzle, Game Boy)

Editing a Mii - Koji Kondo
(Mii Maker, Nintendo Wii)

Hunters Guild Lobby Level 3 - Fumio Ito
(Virtua Quest, Playstation 2)

Data - Unknown
(Air Traffic Chaos, Nintendo DS)

Level 2-1 - Katsuhiro Hayashi
(Hihou Densetsu: Chris no Bouken, PC-Engine Super CD)

M.I.S.S. Member Confluence Scene - Tsuyoshi Sato
(Bulk Slash, Sega Saturn)

Staff Roll - Hideto Inoue and Nobuyuki Akena
(Biker Mice From Mars, Super Nintendo)

February Patreon Live Recording – 2020

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Mike and Justin decided it was time to celebrate their favorite ladies of the video game world…and what better way to do that then to showcase some of their music! The boys wax nostalgia for their favorite women in games and the music that represented them. Listen as Mike shares an intimate story about his awkward high school years, Justin educates everyone on Dizzy’s questionable adulthood, plus plenty of side tracked stories about fighting games, Marvel VS Capcom Ultimate’s horrific face models on the early build of the game, the Double Dragon Cartoon theme song, Mike’s dad running into a composer featured in this episode…and….of course…ONE DONG. Join us for a late celebration of Valentines day as we pay respects to some of our favorite women in video game fandom and play some amazing tracks!

Check the episode out on our Patreon!

TRACK LISTING:

Intro Mike: Perfect Dark (N64, 2000) “G5 Building: Reconnaissance” – Grant Kirkhope, David Clynick, Graeme Norgate
1 – Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness – (PS2, MAC, WIN, 2003) “Main Theme” – Peter Connelly, Martin Iveson
2 – Guilty Gear Xrd – Rev 2 (ARC/PS3/PS4/Win, 2014/2016) “One Dawn – Dizzy’s Theme” – Daisuke Ishiwatari, Norichika Sato, Syunsuke Takizawa
3 – Final Fantasy Dissidia DeweyDecimalSystem (PSP, 2011) “Tifa’s Theme (Arranged)” – Takeharu Ishimoto, Nobuo Uematsu (original theme)
4 – Final Fantasy VI (SNES, 1994) “Terra” – Nobuo Uematsu
5 – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Switch, 2018) “Theme of Samus Aran, Space Warrior” – Masato Kouda (Arrangement), Kenji Yamamoto, Minako Hamano
6 – MvC Infinite (XBone/PS4/Win, 2017) “Morrigan” – Eishi Segawa, Jeff Rona, Ben MacDougall, Cody Matthew Johnson, Eli Heisler, Queens Road, Max Cameron, James Norman


Swingin' With The 8-Bit Big Band

Led by arranger and founder Charlie Rosen, the 8-Bit Big Band has rekindled a love of swing with fans of game music. Following a sold-out show in New York City, the band has invited high-energy sax virtuoso Grace Kelly to join them for two concerts in Boston on March 1 . As Charlie told me, he has so much admiration for classic themes from Super Mario Brothers, The Legend of Zelda and Final Fantasy that he thinks of them as The Great Game Songbook. Charlie says his love of Broadway provides the inspiration for his arrangements, which range from classic Benny Goodman to a Frank Sinatra-style cover of Still Alive from Portal. Grace and Charlie performed together as part of The Late Show Band, and their energy just clicked. Grace has been a special guest for many of the 8-Bit Big Band's concerts. Both Charlie and Grace are planning to debut new arrangements of beloved game themes at the Boston concerts. The band has released two albums , and third is due out this summer. Episode tracklist

The Sacred and Divine

Episode #137 of BGMania. Apologies for the show being a day late. Bryan is still getting over not feeling well from earlier this week, which set everything back by a full day. This week on the podcast, Bryan and Frank sit down in a spiritual state of mind to listen to music that comes from very specific sections in certain video games. We're exploring music from Cathedrals, Churches, Temples, and Sanctuaries in a truly ethereal episode this week. Enjoy the show!


Please send all track requests for future episodes, feedback, comments, questions, and concerns to bgmania@leveldowngames.com


The tracklist for today’s episode is as follows:

  1. Garreg Mach Cathedral (Fire Emblem: Three Houses) [2019]
  2. Acolytes of a New God (Fallout) [1997]
  3. Chapel (Uninvited) [1991]
  4. Old Temple Stage -Japan- (Super Street Fighter IV) [2010]
  5. Sanctuary (Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King) [2004]
  6. Frozen Shadows (Temple Run 2) [2013]
  7. Hymn of the Six -Vigilant Church Theme- (WildStar) [2014]
  8. Monastery (Diablo II) [2000]
  9. Sanctuary (Terranigma) [1995]
  10. Good Temple -Theme 2- (Neverwinter Nights) [2002]
  11. Gwynevere, Princess of Sunlight (Dark Souls) [2011]
  12. Temple of the Grail -Part 1, Calm- (LEGO Indiana Jones) [2008]
  13. Shrine (Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals) [1995]
  14. Peace of Akatosh (The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion) [2006]
  15. Granas Sanctuary (Grandia II) [2000]
  16. The Church (Ultimate Mortal Kombat III) [1995]

CONTACT US

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◘ Discord: https://discord.gg/Vqfdeaf
◘ Twitter: https://twitter.com/OriginalLDG
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◘ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leveldowngaming
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◘ Dan's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/kraizd11


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Please consider supporting Level Down Games and all of our content by using the following affiliate links. Thanks so much!

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◘ Audible: https://amzn.to/2uGf6Rm
◘ Green Man Gaming: http://bit.ly/2mwcnpd
◘ Fanatical: http://bit.ly/2MGOFFF
◘ ORIGIN PC: http://www.originpc.com/?aid=5118
◘ RAZER: http://leveldowngames.com/razer



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Track Listing

Rusty Ruin Zone Act 1 - Sonic 3D Blast - Jun Senoue and Tatsuyuki Maeda

National Park - Pokemon Gold and Silver - Go Ichinose

Mountain (Triceratops Trot) - Jurassic Park (SNES) - Jonathan Dunn

Jurassic Dope - Contra: Hard Corps - Hiroshi Kobayashi, Michiru Yamane, Akira Yamaoka, Hirofumi Taniguchi, and Aki Hata

Miracle Matter - Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards - Jun Ishikawa

Title Theme - Ghouls and Ghosts (Amiga) - Tim Follin


Sound of Play: 237 – Nathan McCree and Luke Earle

Joining Leon Cox for this week’s Sound of Play are the composer Nathan McCree (Tomb Raider) and Luke Earle (the other Sound of Play) What we aim to bring you with Sound of Play is […]

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Episode 189: Dang Ol' David Goin' Super Saiyan

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We're playing with toys in this episode! We're talking games about toys, featuring toy levels, or perhaps games using those adorable toys-to-life figures. We've got awesome tunes and crazy discussions of messy homemade race tracks, bosses you can't kill, which anime is right for David, games that reward you for owning obscure consoles, and one of the least appealing main characters ever designed! We had a ton of fun, so we hope you enjoy!

Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got Jessie's Covered Up, John H's GTT GEMS and great new stuff in the works, including more movie commentaries and more game streaming, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, xxCRONOxx, Dominic Guy, and Kelyaum!

Our 24/7 VGM stream has been online for over a year! Check out our YouTube channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 800 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

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