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Episode 219: Kingdom Platter

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We're playing some of the coolest games there are on this week's episode! Crossovers are exciting and awesome! Characters from two different series coming together in one game! Feudal Japan with magical monsters! Feudal Japan without magical monsters! Captain Planet versus Superman! Giant messy seafood platters as an analogy for games! Monsters from multiple worlds coming together! All that plus an awesome lightning round and fantastic VGM tunes! Enjoy!

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Check out our 24/7 VGM stream Twitch channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 900 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

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

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

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Episode 4 SEGA Street Fight

The new champion Utopianemo finds himself up against the one and only Bedroth. Both contestants duke it out in a SEGA Street Fight for the VGM Fight Club Championship. So grab a steel pipe and some chains, cause we're throwing down with some serious tracks from various properties throughout SEGA's library.

Rd. 1

Magical Sound Shower by Hiroshi Kawaguchi (Outrun)- Utopianemo

Battle Field by Hiroshi Kawaguchi (Space Harrier Arcade)- Bedroth

Rd. 2

Above Reason Remix by Yuzo Koshiro and Motohiro Kawashima; Remix done by tefnek and zircon (Streets of Rage 2)

Bridge Zone by Yuzo Koshiro; Reimagined by Tee Lopes (Sonic The Hedgehog Game Gear)

Rd. 3

No time to lose by Tomomi Otani (Herzog Zwei)

Jurassic Dope by Hiroshi Kobayashi (Contra Hard Corps)

Rd. 4 

Transfiguration by Yasuhiro Kawakami, Teruhiko Nakagawa, Tatsuyuki Maeda, Fumie Kumatani, Yutaka Minobe, Masaru Setsumaru (Shinobi PS2)

Getting Muddy by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (Sega Rally Championship 1995 Sega Saturn)

Rd. 5 

Ramirez’s Theme WIP ver. 2 remix by Yutaka Minobe and Tatsuyuki Maeda; Remixed by Joe Jonker (Skies Of Arcadia)

The Morning Fog’s Wave (Orchestral version) by Toshiyuki Watanabe (Shenmue II)


Sudden Death

Square Zero by Norio Hanzawa; remix by Eino Keskitalo (Gunstar Heroes)

Chemical Plant Zone by Masato Nakamura; remix by GlitchxCity (Sonic The Hedgehog 2)


Closing Track 

In The Bar Funk Cover by The Consouls (Streets of Rage 2)




Episode 70 :: Outer Wilds, Illusion of Gaia

Show notes and gallery: http://videogamegrooves.com/2020/10/19/episode-70-outer-wilds-illusion-of-gaia

It is time once again, as the harvest moon waxes, for our thoughts to turn to the round, spinny things that define our place among the stars: our video game soundtracks on vinyl record. Thanks for joining us again for this journey of mystery and vague trepidation! Today our core crew of hosts leads an exploration of what lies beyond our terrestrial and temporal understanding. Paul has brought iam8bit’s Outer Wilds in to us with a discussion of its haunting and looping refrain, and the air of journey and discovery the little indie game has left spinning in our minds, and earned the spot on our record shelves. Anthony counters with an uncanny sense of the unknown on our own planet and in our past (the SNES era, specifically) with an unofficial release of The Illusion of Gaia. This Nintendo-published gem of the early 90s has stayed with a lot of people, but we dig through the remains of developer Quintet’s past to learn whether the game’s thematic and musical weirdness holds up today.

We bid Paul and his gall bladder adieu for our second segment where we try our best to condense recent new releases into a manageable (but quick-paced) PSA about where you might look to get your newest vinyl fix. Depending on your perspective, either it ain’t pretty or it’s glorious.

Finally, for our third segment, we wade into current events in the capitalist arena to discuss business practices and our personal outlooks on bad situations in merchandising and marketing. We weigh business ethics with fiscal facts and look at the community’s reaction to merchants’ behaviors, and try to navigate equitably through the choppy waters of circumstance.

Outro: “Great Pyramid” – Illusion of Gaia, by Yasuhiro Kawasaki

Twitter – @vg_grooves, @jeremy_lamont

Links:
Comix Zone (Cartridge Thunder) (Black Screen Records)
Angry Video Game Nerd (Ship to Shore)
Halo CE Demastered (Respawned Records)
The Red Strings Club (Laced Records)
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (Laced Records, collectors) (standard)
Manwave (Debug Records) (sold out)
Steamworld Quest: Hand of Gilgamesh (Thunderful Games)
Flipping Death (Thunderful Games)
Fe (Thunderful Games)
Ghost Giant (Thunderful Games)
The Last of Us Part II (Mondo)
Chasm (Limited Run Games)
Horns of Fear (Diggers Factory)
Divine Beats (Breath of the Wild remix) (Qrates)
Space Quest IV Reorchestrated repress (Qrates)



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Devil City

The sun has gone down and the moon has come up, and it’s not a good time to be in the city. This is part three of a three-part series that began with a drive into the city and led to a fight through the city. Now you’re in a neon metropolis at night and you’re on your way to the big boss fight.

Drive Into the City: https://singingmountainpod.com/episodes/16bit-driving-music
Gritty City Sounds: https://singingmountainpod.com/episodes/gritty-city-sounds

Also have a listen to the spotlight on Masahi Kagayama’s soundtrack to the later NES game Gimmick!: https://singingmountainpod.com/episodes/gimmick-sunsoft-vgm

Support Singing Mountain on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/singingmountain

Track listing:
0:17: Enemy Fighting Worker / Out Live (PC Engine) / Masashi Kagayama
4:01: Could That Person Be Our Child? / Art of Fighting (Sega Genesis) / Masahiko Hataya, Toshio Shimizu and Yasumasa Yamada
5:47: Neo Tokyo / Pulseman (Mega Drive) / Junichi Masuda
7:49: BGM E / Atomic Robo-Kid (Sega Genesis) / Mecano Associates
10:23: Stage 5 / Gunstar Heroes (Sega Genesis) / Norio Hanzawa
11:40: Another World 1 (Fifth Day) / Burning Force (Sega Genesis) / Yoshinori Kawamoto
14:17: BGM 4 / Barunba (PC Engine) / Makiko Itou and Hiroshi Nishikawa
15:43: Inner Darkside / Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master / Hirofumi Murasaki, Morihiko Akiyama and Masayuki Nagao
18:34: Tokyo / Saturday Night Slam Masters (Sega Genesis) / Masaki Izutani and Setsuo Yamamoto
22:17: Factory / Ranger X (Sega Genesis) / Yoshinobu Hiraiwa
25:05: Overworld 3 / Tales of Phantasia (Super Famicom) / Motoi Sakuraba, Shinji Tamura and Ryota Furuya
28:02: Empire State Building / El Viento (Sega Genesis) / Motoi Sakuraba
29:21: Final Battle / El Viento (Sega Genesis) / Motoi Sakuraba
32:08: Boomer Kuwanger / Mega Man X (Super NES) / Yuko Takehara
34:45: Mission 2 / Terminator 2: The Arcade Game (Sega Genesis) / Allister Brimble
36:42: Technology / Pulseman (Mega Drive) / Junichi Masuda
39:41: Round 1-2 / Gynoug (Sega Genesis) / Noriyuki Iwadare
42:24: Fisherman of the Seven Seas (Jeffrey’s Theme) / Virtua Fighter 2 (Sega Genesis) / Composed by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, Takayuki Nakamura and Akiko Hashimoto, arranged by Shogo Sakai
44:37: Dilapidated Zone / Super Star Soldier (TurboGrafx-16) / Dr. Nakahashi and Mr. Hoshi
46:17: Dark City / Tenshi no Uta: Shiroki Tsubasa no Inori (Super Famicom) / Motoi Sakuraba and Shinji Tamura
49:08: Mars / Dangerous Seed (Mega Drive) / Yoshinori Nagumo
50:49: Track 2 / Bubblegum Crash: Knight Sabers 2034 (PC Engine) / Makiko Itoh
53:35: Devil Dance / Majin Tensei (Super Famicom) / Hidehito Aoki
55:36: Title Theme / Devil’s Crash (Turbografx-16) / Toshiaki Sakoda
61:36: Leave Time for Love / Secret of Mana (Super NES) / Hiroki Kikuta
63:21: Devil’s Lab / Final Fantasy VI (Super NES) / Nobuo Uetmatsu

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Episode 114: Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse

Show Notes

Matt and Kris continue their October tradition of listening to Castlevania music with the Famicom version of Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse.

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Episode 441: Tecmo Games

Episodes

In this energetic and fun episode, Karl & Will focus on the wonderful music of Tecmo games on the NES! This company is most known for their Ninja Gaiden trilogy, as well as a ton of great sports games. Enjoy this collection of outstanding, at times overlooked, 8-bit music!

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Captain Tsubasa - Keiji Yamagishi - Title Theme
Rygar - Michiharu Hasuya - Cave
Ninja Gaiden - Keiji Yamagishi, Ryuichi Nitta - Pushing Onward [1-1]
Ninja Gaiden - Keiji Yamagishi, Ryuichi Nitta - Rugged Terrain [2-2]
Ninja Gaiden - Keiji Yamagishi, Ryuichi Nitta - Unbreakable Determination [4-2]
Ninja Gaiden - Keiji Yamagishi, Ryuichi Nitta - A Hero's End [Ending I]
Tecmo Baseball - Keiji Yamagishi - Title Screen
Tecmo World Wrestling - Keiji Yamagishi, Mayuko Okamura, Hiroshi Miyazaki - 1st Match: Akira Dragon
Captain Tsubasa II - Keiji Yamagishi, Mayuko Okamura, Mikio Saito - Enemy's Theme 1
Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos - Ryuichi Nitta, Mayuko Okamura - Approaching Evil [Opening]
Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos - Ryuichi Nitta, Mayuko Okamura - Deep Within the Heart [5-1b]
Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos - Ryuichi Nitta, Mayuko Okamura - Tearful Reunion [Rescue Cutscenes]
Tecmo World Cup Soccer - Ryuichi Nitta - Penalty Shot
Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom - Hiroshi Miyazaki, Kaori Nakabai, Rika Shigeno - Stage 1-1 Weapons Lab
Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom - Hiroshi Miyazaki, Kaori Nakabai, Rika Shigeno - Stage 3-2 The Watery Depths
Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom - Hiroshi Miyazaki, Kaori Nakabai, Rika Shigeno - Into Subspace
Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom - Hiroshi Miyazaki, Kaori Nakabai, Rika Shigeno - Closing Credits
Radia Senki: Reimeihen - Keiji Yamagishi, Sugito Miyashiro, Kaori Nakabai - Overworld Theme 1
Tecmo Super Bowl - Keiji Yamagishi, Ryuichi Nitta - Pro Bowl 02


KVGM "The Last Wave" (10/18/20)

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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're on our way to episode 200 now, and the jams keep comin', from the funkiness of the arcade to the mellow moods of the Sega Dreamcast, we've got jams from Ryu Umemoto and possibly THE Ken Tamura (still unconfirmed). And we're going through a little backlog of requests so if you've requested something and haven't heard it on the show yet, be patient, we'll get there...together.


Playlist

Gallery - Michael Geyre
(Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap, multiple)

BGM 3 - Ken Tamura
(Backgammon, Playstation)

Variable Star - Ryu Umemoto
(R.U.R.U.R.: Petit Prince, Playstation Portable)

BGM 14 - Hirofumi Sano and Kaori Takazoe
(Koro Koro Puzzle: Happy Panechu!, Game Boy Advance)

Real World - Rikei Hirashima
(Baldr Force EXE, Sega Dreamcast)

Name Entry - Unknown
(Gardia, Arcade)

Peace of Mind - Hideki Yamamoto
(Tonosawa Magic School, PC)

Credits - Unknown
(Komugi-chan no Cake wo Tsukurou!, Game Boy Color)

Special Request

Sea Breeze - WorkJam
(Tantei Jinguji Saburo DS: Inishie no Kioku, Nintendo DS)

Tooned - Captain Planet

Silky smooth and worried about our planet....thats Captain Planet!! he's A hero!!!

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WonderBorg – PA136

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In the late 90s, programmable robot toys were becoming popular and WonderBorg was no exception. Released by Bandai in 2000 for the WonderSwan and later for the PC, WonderBorg was a kit that included a programmable beetle robot and a application called Robot Works which allowed you to send basic commands to it. The WonderBorg… Read More »

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Immortal C64 - Episode 94

Immortal C64 Episode 94 - Something for the weekend. Track Listing : Track Number / Start Time / Artist / Track Name / Track Length 01 .. 0:00:34 - Ari-Pekka Paljakka - Paradrama - 4:13 02 .. 0:04:51 - Giuseppe Musardo - The Labyrinth - 2:51 03 .. 0:07:48 - Sebastian Bachlinski - Memologie - 3:18 04 .. 0:11:09 - Kaspar Dahlquist - Popcorn - 2:07 05 .. 0:13:19 - MCH and Psycho - Memento Mori Tune 1 - 2:20 06 .. 0:15:40 - Marcin Majdzik - Low Battery - 2:54 07 .. 0:18:31 - K Rosteon and G R Gallefoss - Numero Uno - 2:08 08 .. 0:20:42 - Ronny Nilsen - Musketeers - 3:36 09 .. 0:24:20 - Rafal Stanczyk - Muzka Dla Wszystkich - 2:24 10 .. 0:26:48 - Stinsen - Stinsen-MM - 3:50 11 .. 0:30:40 - Jereon Tel - Madonna Mix - 6:09 12 .. 0:36:51 - Jens Bildon - Gravrace Tune 2 - 2:20 13 .. 0:39:12 - Akos Makrai - Harmonix - 2:39 14 .. 0:41:52 - Tufan Uysal - Flower on the Floor - 4:07 15 .. 0:45:59 - Glenn Rune Gallefoss - Day of the Tentacle - 1:29 16 .. 0:47:29 - Jan Rodig - Bunker 2015 - 3:20 17 .. 0:50:40 - Jojeli - Empty - 3:38 18 .. 0:54:19 - Andreas Samuelsson - 200 Toppisar och en Folkis V2 - 4:04 19 .. 0:58:31 - Spino2006 - C64 for Eternity - 4:55 20 .. 1:03:24 - Krzysztof Malczewski - Abra - 1:43 21 .. 1:05:11 - Joel Ricci - Amplifire - 3:50 22 .. 1:08:57 - Sebastian Kuehn - Calf Love Everytime - 2:40 23 .. 1:11:42 - Ronny Nilsen - 1995 The last song - 1:52 24 .. 1:13:31 - Jereon Tel and Markus Klein - Skypeople - 2:46 25 .. 1:15:57 - Kamil Wolnikowski - Voodoo People - 5:33 26 .. 1:21:32 - Xiny6581 - Carbondioxide - 3:28 Thanks for listening :) I started a Ko-fi Page, if you fancy supporting, please do! - https://ko-fi.com/retrograde77 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

Music Respawn! King Arthur Lives Again In Laurence Chapman's 'Pendragon' Soundtrack

Camelot has fallen, and King Arthur's knights of the Round Table scattered to the winds. Guinever has retreated to a nunnery. Pendragon, Inkle Studio's retelling of the legend of King Arthur, lets players choose to be Sir Lancelot or Guinevere on a quest to return to help Arthur defeat his mortal enemy, Mordred. Laurence Chapman provides a soundtrack that keeps the player company on their journey, as a band of troubadours might have done. Laurence says the overarching sound he wanted for his music was the noble horn and a small string ensemble. He worked with the Leos Strings and some extraordinary soloists including Jack Pilcher-May, horn and Olvia Jaguers, harp. The instrumentation was tricky to work with, and Laurence looked to the music of Benjamin Britten to problem-solve. He said he especially admires the way Britten writes for horn, as well as making a small ensemble sound larger. Following the success of making the sheet music for Heaven's Vault available, Laurence plans to

Rock Out With Your Cart Out 49 – Legend of the Gunstar Heroes

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This week, we’re listening to an incredible tribute album by Monte from Kirby’s Dream Band. Legend of the Gunstar Heroes is a progressive rock tribute to the soundtrack to, you guessed it, Gunstar Heroes for the Genesis/Mega Drive.

You don’t need to wait to listen to this episode to decide if you should buy Legend of the Gunstars! BUY IT NOW!

Support me 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.

-Legend of the Gunstars | Military On the Max-Power

-Empire – The Final Assault

-Heroes – Reprise for Yellow | Rolling Chaser

-Decision | Defeat Them All!

-Dice-Dance-Days | Dancing-Smash-Hero

-Last Party on the Moon

-The End of the Battle – To Out World


Level 36 - Halloween Special

Track Listing

Intro - Devilish - Hitoshi Sakimoto

Kerosene - Clock Tower - Kōji Niikura

Library Piano - Luigis Mansion: Dark Moon - Chad York, Darren Radtke and Mike Peacock

Forest of Monsters - Super Castlevania IV - Masanori Adachi and Taro Kudo

Reflections of Blood - Splatterhouse - Howard Drossion

The Poet and The Muse - Alan Wake - The Old Gods of Asgard


Senpai's Playlist Episode 4 Weebs Through Time or My Giant Shiny Sand Castle B****!

Me and Claire decide to take a trip back in time to a simpler time (last year). 2019 was the year I first met Claire and broke my Magfest drought of not being able to go for so many years. So we play tracks from anime that aired in 2019. We also talk about her upcoming visit to Harrisburg and a Pokemon match with bragging rights and dire stakes on the line. Will I defeat her new teams or will I fall to the might of her giant shiny sand castle?

Track 1. Celebration by Radwimps feat Toko Miura (Weathering With You)

Track 2. Sangenshoku by Pelican Fanclub (Dr. Stone)

Track 3. Chime by Ai Otsuka (Fruits Basket 2019)

Track 4. Might⁺U by Makayla Phillips (My Hero Academia The Movie 2: Heroes Rising)

Track 5. Touch Off by UverWorld (The Promised Neverland)

Track 6. FLARE by Void_Chords feat. LIO (Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest)

Bonus Track: Gurenge by LiSA (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba)


Sound of Play: 271 – the videogame music podcast

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

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Episode 25-1 Listener Super Move Special!

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This week we announce the winners of our t-shirt giveaway contest! Last month we asked our listeners to send us their most ridiculous video-game-sounding super move. Today we pick tracks and games that suit the top 5 entries! We reveal the 3 winners at the end of the show!

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Episode 218: Living Room in Space

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The GTT Gang is headed back to outer space for one more mission! We've got spaced out VGM tunes, teleporting ships, hideous space reptiles, baby-making to build your party, the power of love, and the power of nostalgia! It's a blast!

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, our all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Taylor Y, Sam L and Mork!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream Twitch channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 900 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

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

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

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Gritty City Sounds

Back in the 16-bit era, urban streets were littered with no-good punks who would attack in wave after wave, leaving a group of musclebound heroes no choice but to keep on punching — and hope there is a whole roast chicken hidden in a garbage can somewhere. This episode is a celebration of those gritty city environments, the music heard in them and the music from other genres of game that nonetheless get at this same vibe.

And if you want to check out my other podcast — my new music podcast, which is why this one was off last week, do so here: https://deepcutssuperficialwounds.libsyn.com/

Track listing:
0:18: Shinobi Walk / Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Mater / Hirofumi Murasaki, Morihiko Akiyama and Masayuki Nagao
3:29: Introduction / Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel (Sega Genesis) / Rick Fox
6:12: Level 5 / Bloody Wolf (TurboGrafx-16) / Azusa Hara, Hiroaki Yoshida. Tatsuya Kiuchi, Hitomi Komatsu, Shuji Segawa
7:44: The Streets / Predator 2 (Sega Genesis) / Matt Furniss
9:37: Theme of Struggle / Benkei Gaiden: Suna no Shou (Super Famicom) / Masashi Kageyama
11:01: Things Are Looking Up / Rival Turf (Super NES) / Yasuhiko Takashiba and Atsuyoshi Isemura
13:54: Army’s Song / Final Zone (Sega Genesis) / Motoi Sakuraba and Masaaki Uno
15:43: Akira / Virtua Fighter 2 (Sega Genesis) / Composed by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, Takayuki Nakamura and Akiko Hashimoto, arranged by Shogo Sakai
18:48: Enemy Reinforcements / Langrisser II (Sega Genesis) / Noriyuki Iwadare and Isao Mizoguchi
21:02: BGM 12 / Bubblegum Crash: Knight Sabers 2034 (PC Engine) / Makiko Itoh
21:49: Sea Boss / Dinoland / Dino Land (Genesis) / Ichiro Hada
25:54: Pirate Island / Dragon Slayer (Super NES) / Falcom Sound Team JDK
27:22: Downtown / Famicom Tantei Club Part 2: The Girl Who Stands Behind / Kenji Yamamoto
33:09: Stage Clear / Brandish (Super NES) / Falcom Sound Team JDK
36:13: Credits / Golden Axe II (Sega Genesis) / Naofumi Hataya
38:50: Lunatic Dance / Getsumen no Anubis (Super Famicom) / Noboru Iwata, Hiroshi Fujioka, Hiroshi Iizuka, Yoshiaki Kubotera, Hiroaki Shibata and Kaori Ohshima
40:14: Water Lily / Crusader of Centy (Sega Genesis) / Motokazu Shinoda
42:28: Dungeon 3 / Princess Minerva (Super Famicom) / Hiroaki Iwatani
43:45: Blue Moon Factory / Art of Fighting (Sega Genesis) / Masahiko Hataya, Toshio Shimizu and Yasumasa Yamada
45:34: Character Select / Final Fight (Super NES) / Manani Matsumae and Yoko Shimomoura
46:15: Bay Area / Final Fight (Super NES) / Manani Matsumae and Yoko Shimomoura
48:17: Bust Up the Railway / Final FIght 2 (Super NES) / Yasuaki Fujita (a.k.a. Bun Bun), Mari Yamaguchi, Yuki Satomura, Setsuo Yamamoto, Yuko Kadota, and Tatsuya Nishimura
51:24: For Metro City / Final Fight 3 (Super NES) / Katsunari Kitajima
55:22: Capital Theme / Sim City (Super NES) / Soyo Oka
58:15: Dilapidated Town / Streets of Rage (Sega Genesis) / Yuzo Koshiro

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Episode 113: Secret of Mana

Show Notes

Matt and Kris learn what the Super NES can really do with the incredible music of Secret of Mana.

Useful Links

Background Music

Social Stuff


Episode 440: Back on the Water

Episodes

In this very relaxing episode, Karl & Will "dive in" once more to a focus on water and underwater themed video game music! Enjoy some iconic and memorable water tracks, as well as some deep cuts you may not have heard before!

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Kirby's Adventure - Hirokazu Ando, Jun Ishikawa - Orange Ocean
Donkey Kong Country 2 - Dave Wise - Lockjaw's Saga
Rocket Knight Adventures - Aki Hata - Stage 1-2
Fury of the Furries - Frederic Motte - Lagoon
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker - Kenta Nagata - The Great Sea
Spanky's Quest - Kyohei Sada, Hiroyuki Iwatsuki - Unterwater
La-Mulana - Houryu Samejima - Curse of Iron Pipe
Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea - Hayato Asano - Alchemist on a Ship
Mega Man X2 - Yuki Iwai - Bubble Crab
Final Fantasy III - Nobuo Uematsu - The Boundless Ocean
Rhyme Star - Takeshi Abo - World 7: Coral Reef
Sonic the Hedgehog - Masato Nakamura - Labyrinth Zone
Seiken Densetsu 3 - Hiroki Kikuta - Innocent Sea
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - Koji Kondo - Zora's Domain
Ardy Lightfoot - Katsuhiro Hatano, Akiko Hashimoto - Island of Ruins
Mega Man 2 - Takashi Tateishi - Bubble Man
Heracles no Eikou IV - Shogo Sakai, Seiichi Hamada - Atlasia
SmartBall - Hirohiko Fukuda, Akira Yamaoka - Waterworld
Dragon View - M. Takenaka, N. Komatsu - Temple on the Lake


KVGM "The Last Wave" 100th Episode Shenanigans (10/11/20)

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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 did, folks - Episode 100! Today we celebrate a milestone with some very special guests, including Rhythm and Pixels, XVGM Radio, Pixelated Audio and the Legacy Music Hour. They brought the heat, and we provided the refreshments. Thanks to everyone who made the journey to Aqua City Island during a global pandemic. And here's to another 100 episodes! 


Playlist

Title Screen - Tatsuya Kouzaki
(OutRunners, Sega Genesis)

Godot ~ The Fragrance Of Dark Coffee - Noriyuki Iwadare
(Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations, Nintendo DS)

Kline's Dream - Kohei Tanaka
(Alundra, Playstation)

Rocket Rap - John Baker
(ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron, Sega Genesis)

Tequila at Noon - Matt Bonham and Tim Cotterell 
(The Sexy Brutale, multiple)

Car Select - Tatsuya Kouzaki
(OutRunners, Sega Genesis)

Blues in Velvet Room - Shoji Meguro
(Persona 3, Playstation 2)

Title - John Broomhall
(David Leadbetter's Greens, MS-DOS)

Entering Password - Miki Yanagisawa and Masanori Adachi
(Double Dribble: The Playoff Edition, Sega Genesis)

The Sky Line (Stage 3A) - Toshiharu Yamanishi
(Thunder Force IV, Sega Genesis)

Last Wave - Hiroshi Kawaguchi
(OutRunners, Sega Genesis)


Jesse Harlin Puts A Little Of The Old World In His 'Mafia: Definitive Edition' Soundtrack

The turf war between the Morello and Salieri crime families in the 1930s has been brought stunningly back to life in Mafia: Definitive Edition by Hangar 13 and 2K. Composer Jesse Harlin incorporated a whisper of the game's original theme, then expanded his soundtrack to reflect the Old World history of the two mafia dons as well as the younger generation of the characters, including taxi-driver Tommy Angelo, who gets pulled into working for the families. Because Don Salieri and Don Morello had settled in America from the Old World, Jesse incorporated some unexpected instruments to reflect their heritage: a mandolin and a traditional Eastern European cimbalom. Jesse told me that the COVID-19 pandemic threw a spanner into recording the last few cues of the soundtrack. Since large orchestras were not allowed to perform, Hangar 13's audio director Matt Bauer came up with a painstaiking way of recording players of the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra a few at a time and layering their

VGM Fight Club

Track List

Intermission Final - NHL Hockey - Rob Hubbard

Metal Squad - Lightening Force - Takeshi Yoshida and Toshiharu Yamanishi

Beach - Plok - Tim & Geoff Follin

Flying Battery Zone Act 2 - Sonic & Knuckles - Howard Drossin, Sachio Ogawa, Tatsuyuki Maeda, and Jun Senoue

Port Blue - Wave Race 64 - Kazumi Totaka

At Doom’s Gate - DOOM - Bobby Prince


Senpai's Playlist Episode 3 Wu-Tang Forever or Does Anyone Remember Milk Thing?

After receiving a threatening message in the middle of the night, I call upon the expertise of Kungfu Carlito to help me train for my inevitable death match. As we journey through various martial arts anime tracks and visit martial arts masters; we reminisce about childhood, discuss the different type of mech animes, and make our guest for who's going to be in the next Kombat Pack 2.


Track 1. 

Ai wo torimodose (Movie ver.) by Crystal King & Masayuki Tanaka (Fist of The North Star)

Track 2.

Jajauma ni Sasenaide by Etsuko Nishio (Ranma 1/2)

Track 3. 

Dan Dan Kokoro Hikareteku by Field of View (Dragonball GT)

Track 4.

W-Infinity by Hitomi Mieno and Hironobu Kageyama (Gear Fighter Dendoh)

Track 5. 

Heart of Sword - Yoake Mae by T.M. Revolution (Rurouni Kenshin)

Track 6.

Hekireki by Last Alliance (Hajime No Ippo: New Challenger)

Outro Tracks

Hokuto no Ken (Fist of the North Star) [PS2] - なみだ (Inst.) (Tears [Inst.])

Mortal Kombat Theme (EPIC Orchestral Cover)



Episode 24-10 Fantasy Smash Bros. Tournament 2

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Rob and Pernell are going to take you on a ride! We're back at it again with our own characters in the world of Smash Bros. figuring out which characters would smash! Wait, that's going to be a different episode, scratch that. This is the dream match-up of the century! Who will win? A werewolf? Scrooge McDuck? Find out!

Sound of Play: 270 – the videogame music podcast

Once again for your pleasure and relaxation, the team has compiled an easy-going videogame music playlist. This continuous mix is loosely split up into sections including “aimless chill”, “sad piano”, “ambient”, “light JRPG” and “aquatic.” http://media.blubrry.com/caneandrinse/caneandrinse.com/sound/sound_of_play_270.mp3 […]

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Episode 217: Pokémanhattan Project

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Just like a certain state park in Florida, this show is overrun with monkeys! Who would participate an underground monkey boxing league? Which Pokémon would kill you and eat you? Shouldn't all monkey games be open world, since the monkeys are bound to escape? Can you train a monkey to kill you before you become a zombie? Should anime marathon-watching be an Olympic sport? Is it appropriate to use a game featuring an ape when the theme is very explicitly "monkeys"? At least one of those questions will be answered on this episode!

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, our all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Taylor Y, Sam L and Mork!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream Twitch channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 900 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


VGM Fight Club Episode 1x01- Battle of The Latins

The very first episode pits me The Last Rican up against Kungfu Carlito. The episode is a bit rough. But thanks for listening. The theme was Fighting games and Beat em Ups.

Episode 439: Mighty Switch Force

Episodes

In this GROOVY episode, Karl & Will focus on the dancey and delectable scores to Mighty Switch Force 1 and 2, by the one and only Jake Kaufman! These 3DS/Wii U soundtracks are some of the most energetic, entertaining, and smile-inducing in all of VGM. Enjoy!

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Mighty Switch Force - Jake Kaufman - WayForward - 3DS/Wii U - 2011
-Level Select
-BGM - Love You Love You Love
-BGM - Jive Bot
-BGM - Whoa I'm in Space Cuba
-BGM - Apprehend Them!
-BGM - Yummy
-BGM - Break Up Take Down
-Tally Screen
-End Credits
Mighty Switch Force 2 - Jake Kaufman - WayForward - 3DS/Wii U - 2013
-Title
-Got2BAStar
-Exothermic
-Glow
-Dalmatian Station
-Soak Patrol Alpha
-Rainbow Love Zone
-The Afterblaze
-Credits (Rescue Girl)
Mighty Switch Force - Jake Kaufman - WayForward - 3DS/Wii U - 2011
-Apprehend Them! (Bonus Chip Mix)


VGM Fight Club 1x03 Capcom Cage Fight

This week we have returning champ Kungfu Carlito looking to go 3-0 against UtopiaNemo. I lock both competitors in a steel cage barring any tracks from Megaman games for this match. Carlos gets first go each round. Who will survive the Capcom Cage Fight?

Rd. 1

City Lights by Junko Tamiya (Street Fighter 2010)

Reset Band Cover by The Consouls (Okami)

Rd. 2

Lei Lei Stage (China) by Takayuki Iwai, Hideki Okugawa, Akari Kaida (Darkstalkers II)

Moon Theme (Arcien Remix) by Arcien (Ducktales)

Rd. 3

Fight! Kikaioh by Yuki Iwai (Tech Romancer)

Theme of Q Arranged by Hideki Okugawa (Street Figher III: 3rd Strike)

Rd. 4

Guile is A Traveler -CPS- 1 Arrangement by desk (Street Fighter II)

Bionic Commando "Infiltration" OC ReMix by PsyNES (Bionic Commando)

Rd. 5

The King Of Dragons- HOOOOO!! by Ansgaros (King Of Dragons)

Little Nemo- The Dream Master- The Ruler of Nightmare Land Remix by Hyde209 (Little Nemo The Dream Master)

Sudden Death

Killing Moon- Akuma's Stage by Hideki Okugawa (Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike)

Guile's Theme Street Fighter II With Lyrics by David Schmoll (Street Fighter II)

Outro Track: Credits Roll Marvel vs Capcom 2


KVGM "The Last Wave" (10/4/20)

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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're one week away from our special 100th episode extravaganza, featuring some very special guests, but this week...it's business as usual as we check in with some of our favorite composers, including Akira Sato, Katsuhiro Hayashi and Yumi Kinoshita. And of course, it wouldn't be the Last Wave without a little naughty visual novel action. Good grief. 



Playlist

City of Blue - Masahiro Fukuzawa
(The Outfoxies, Arcade)

Survey Legwork - Mitsuo Singa
(Tokyo Xanadu, Playstation Vita)

BGM 4 - Unknown
(Puzzle Series Vol. 4: Kakuro, Nintendo DS)

04 - Akira Sato
(Inju Gakuen: La★Blue Girl. FM Town)

Little Fourteen Groove (Eri Theme) - Riverside Music
(Canaria, Playstation 2)

Settings - Yumi Kinoshita
(T&E VR Golf - Masters: Harukanaru Augusta 3, 3DO)

Stylish Flower - Katsuhiro Hayashi
(Floralia+, PC)

Credits - Mitsuhito Tanaka
(Youkai Buster: Ruka no Daibouken, Super Famicom)

Special Request

Rhombus Square - Deniz Akbulut
(CrossCode, multiple)

Recreating Final Fantasy VII's Epic Music For Its Remake

Final Fantasy VII is regarded as a landmark game by, well... everyone! Created by Square Enix in 1997, it marked a departure from typical games of the era, with a sophisticated story, compelling characters and awesome music by the legendary Nobuo Uematsu. Remaking Final Fantasy VII in a modern game engine for a new generation of players and long-time fans has been a multi-year project for Square. The remake also reimagines the original music. I talked with Music Supervisor Keiji Kawamori and composer Mitsuto Suzuki about what they wanted to keep from Nobuo Uematsu's beloved original soundtrack, while updating the music to fit the modern take on the game. Thanks to translator Ben Sabin for facilitating the conversation! The Final Fantasy VII Remake rebuilt the game from the ground up, including new graphics and characters that were developed even further than in the original game. This Remake release is just the first in a planned series to re-create the entire original Final Fantasy

Senpai's Playlist 1x02 Why Do You Make Us Cry Japan or Darryl Watches Too Much Shonen

This week I invite my very good friend and ECPL alum Claire to the show. We decided on the subject of anime that made us cry. Be they tears of joy or sadness we definitely have some choice tracks. We also talk about the canceling of Magfest, dispute on who's the better hero (Deku or Lemillion), and talk about our love of pokemon. Tracks are:

1. Sincerely by True (Violet Evergarden Op)

2. My Soul, Your Beats Yui ver. by LiSA (Angel Beats Op)

3. Hikaru Nara by Goose House (Your Lie In April Op)

4. Koisuru Kimochi by Yuria Yato (Saikano Op)

5. POLARIS by Encount (My Hero Academia Op 4)

6. Gotchu by Bump Of Chicken

ex. Pokemon World (Closing Track)


Sound of Play: 269 – Jesse Harlin

Joining Leon Cox for Sound of Play 269, is the composer for Mafia: Definitive Edition, Jesse Harlin. Jesse’s career in interactive audio spans two millennia. He is currently the freelance composer behind DunderpateMusic.com. Before that, […]

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Battle Bards Episode 178: The Division 2

Washington D.C. has fallen to the plague, curiously well-armed agents are everywhere, and intriguing music floats. The Division 2 features a tense and action-packed synth score that distinguishes itself among online games -- and is worth an investigation by the Battle Bards. Suit up, because today we're going to the musical dark zone!

Episode 178 show notes

  • Intro (feat. "The Beginning is the End," "Rocket Science," and "Ballroom")
  • "Prologue 2"
  • "Steps"
  • "Saint"
  • "Dock Wrecks"
  • "Keates"
  • "Hyena Hunt"
  • "Rooftops"
  • Which one did we like best?
  • Listener notes from Zinn
  • Jukebox picks: "Sanctuary 3" from Borderlands 3, "Ronda's Diner" from Unforeseen Incidents, and "Bushroot" from Darkwing Duck NES
  • Outro (feat. "Junior")

Episode 24-9 Pilots and Stuff with Chel Wong

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Robot pilots! Airplane pilots! Games with stuff! Our good friend and fantastic composer Chel Wong (@ChelWongAudio) joins us for a look at games with pilots and stuff! We joke about what makes a great video game pilot, and the discussion heads back into Sheep PlayStation game territory.

Episode 216: Khushnoodamania with Maffew Gregg!

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We've got the most electrifying podcast episode in VGM entertainment this week, because we've got games with wrestlers and we've got a wrestling expert! Maffew Gregg of Botchmania was kind enough to join us all the way from across the pond for our wacky discussion of heel-face boss characters, janky animations, bizarre character names, great moments in wrestlers misappropriating their royalties, and much more! We've got a ton of great VGM tunes as always, so listen and enjoy!

Check out Maffew's fantastic wrestling blooper reels and more at Botchamania.com and follow him on Twitter @MaffewGregg!

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, our all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Crono, Taylor Y, Sam L and Mork!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream Twitch channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 900 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


Drive Into the City

In the grand tradition of Singing Mountain episodes that make driving music of VGM that’s not from driving games, here’s a new one: the soundtrack for a drive into the city that starts out laidback but gets a little tense as you get toward the big city. This is actually a part one to a part two that you’ll get next that’s all gritty city music — basically what you here when you finally arrive at those scary skyscrapers on the horizon.

Listen to my previous driving music episodes:
Sunset Drive https://singingmountainpod.com/episodes/sunset-drive-vgm
Afternoon Drive https://singingmountainpod.com/episodes/afternoon-drive-vgm-mixtape
Moonlight Drive https://singingmountainpod.com/episodes/moonlight-drive

Also listen to the all-Valis III episode, because no one else did: https://singingmountainpod.com/episodes/valis-3-vgm

Track listing:
0:08: BGM 9 / Super Black Bass 3 (Super Famicom) / Tsukushi Sasaki and Michiya Hirasawa
2:06: BGM B / Tommy Lasorda Baseball (Sega Genesis) / Unknown Composer
3:58: Title Theme / Cosmic Fantasy 2 (TurboGrafx-16) / Hisao Inoue and Junta
8:29: Flight of the Birds / Last Bible III (Super Famicom) / Hiroyuki Yanada
10:18: Alien Ship / McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure (Sega Genesis) / Katsuhiko Suzuki and Aki Hata
14:19: Far Far Away, Take Me / Dyna Brothers 2 (Mega Drive) / Masami Yitsuse
17:44: Woods Area / Kid Chameleon (Sega Genesis) / Mark Miller
20:12: Industrial District / Columns III (Sega Genesis) / Morihiko Akiyama
21:40: Seaside Front / Aero Blasters (TurboGrafx-16) / Tatsuya Watanabe and Tsutomu Ookuma
24:14: Pirate Man / Rockman & Forte (Super Famicom) / Akari Kaida
27:10: Kakumen Boss no Theme / Valis III (Sega Genesis) / Jun Hasabe
28:52: F1 Triumph / Super Momotarou Dentetsu DX (Super Famicom) / Kazuyuki Sekiguchi
30:00: Menu / True Golf Classics: Pebble Beach Golf Links (Genesis) / Yumi Kinoshita
33:03: Twinbee to the Rescue / Pop'n Twinbee: Rainbow Bell Adventures (Super NES) / Ken-ichi Matsubara, Yukie Morimoto and Saiko Miki
34:41: Sky Sphere / Neutopia (TurboGrafx-16) / Keita Hoshi
36:27: Grass Land / Burning Force (Sega Genesis) / Yoshinori Kawamoto
38:27: Crystal Road / Super Star Soldier (TurboGrafx-16) / Dr. Nakahashi and Mr. Hosh
39:49: BGM 5 / Barunba (PC Engine) / Makiko Itou and Hiroshi Nishikawa
41:45: The World’s Cavern / Treasure Hunter G (Super Famicom) / John Pee
43:14: Character Selection / Arcus Odyssey (Sega Genesis) / Motoi Sakuraba
44:52: Underground Traps / Go! Go! Ackman (Super Famicom) / Kajima Shitamachi

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Episode 112: Runner2

Show Notes

Matt and Kris return to the Bit.trip franchise with the outstanding soundtrack of Runner 2.

Useful Links

Background Music

Social Stuff


Episode 438: Final Fantasy XIV

Episodes

In this episode, Karl & Will focus on the massive and multi-faceted score to Final Fantasy XIV! Led by composer Masayoshi Soken, this MMORPG score has gone through quite an interesting journey. Enjoy this spotlight on some great FF music!

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A Realm Reborn: Final Fantasy XIV - Masayoshi Soken - Square Enix - PC/PS3 - 2013
-Torn from the Heavens
-On Westerly Winds
-The Gift of Life
-The Land Bends
-The Maker's Ruin
Before Meteor: Final Fantasy XIV - Nobuo Uematsu - Square Enix - PC - 2010
-Where the Heart is
-Nail of the Heavens
A Realm Reborn: Final Fantasy XIV - Masayoshi Soken - Square Enix - PC/PS3 - 2013
-The Rider's Boon
-Ruby Moonrise
-Reign of Pain
-Battle Theme 1.x
-Greenwrath
-My Soul to Keep
Shadowbringers: Final Fantasy XIV - Masayoshi Soken - Square Enix - PC/PS4 - 2019
-What Angel Wakes Me
-From the Dragon's Wake
-Invincible
Stormblood: Final Fantasy XIV - Masayoshi Soken - Square Enix - PC/PS4 - 2017
-Deception
-Westward Tide
A Realm Reborn: Final Fantasy XIV - Masayoshi Soken - Square Enix - PC/PS3 - 2013
-A New Hope


Episode 69 :: Metroid Resynthesized, Chime Sharp

Show notes and gallery: http://videogamegrooves.com/2020/09/27/episode-69-metroid-resynthesized-chime-sharp

We’ve got a very nice episode on deck for you today as we are joined by Ryan Huff from One Run Records to cover their release of Metroid Resynthesized by Luminist, and discuss its art-imitating-life-which-is-also-art-imitating-life-art origins, as well as the healing that it has brought to Jeremy’s troubled history with Metroid. We continue with a rare release of Chime Sharp, available only to backers for the game’s development, and we explore the raison d’être for the indie title and its very careful musical selection and finely-tuned gameplay.

As always, there are new releases and other announcements to keep up on, and we loop you into the most exciting stuff along with links below to partake! We also spend our third segment discussing some of the weirdest gimmick ideas in vinyl records, and postulate how some of those might be applied to video game music on vinyl record that we’d like to see in the future!

Outro: “Psychonaut” – Chime Sharp, by Chipzel

Twitter – @vg_grooves, @jeremy_lamont, @onerunrecords

Links:
Quake Remastered (Nine Inch Nails)
The Legend of the Mysical Ninja (Ship to Shore)
Final Fantasy III – Four Souls- (Square Enix JP) (US) (EU)
Hellfire (Limited Run Games)
Zero Wing (Limited Run Games)
Truxton (Limited Run Games)
Neon City Riders (Limited Run Games) (sold out)
Turrican 30th Anniversary Sound Collection (Strictly Limited Games)
Street Fighter III (Laced Records)
Resident Evil 5 (Laced Records limited) (standard)
Shenmue II (Data Discs)
Hang Onto Your Hat (Black Screen Records) (Ship to Shore)
Little Orpheus (Black Screen Records)
Undertale Complete (Fangamer)
The Church in the Darkness (Minimum Records)
The Mooseman (Red Art Games)
Until You Fall (Yetee Records)
Magician Lord (Wayô Records)
Detroit: Become Human (Quantic Dream)
Wizpig (Diddy Kong arrangement) (Respawned Records)
Hades (Supergiant Games) (Limited) (Standard)
the Essential Games Music Collection Vol II (Silva Screen)
Northgard (Shiro Games)



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KVGM "The Last Wave" (9/27/20)

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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's show covers the full range of emotions, from the down-on-your-luck blues to the excitement of adult mahjong, to the victory of landing that bigmouth bass, to a little dad rock out session to get you pumped for BASEBALL! Lots of unknowns as well but it doesn't stop us from enjoying the jams. Jam on, player. Jam on.


Playlist

Love Expectation - HIRO
(RDM, PC)

Title - Unknown
(1000 Cooking Recipes from Elle a Table, Nintendo DS)

BGM 8 - Unknown
(Jissen Pachi Slot Hisshouhou! Yamasa Densetsu, Super Famicom)

BGM 23 - Keishi Yonao
(After...Unforgettable Bond, Sega Dreamcast)

003 - Kaori Kumakura
(G-Taste Mahjong, Playstation 2)

BGM 16 - Unknown
(Mazekko Monster 2, Game Boy Advance)

Substitution - Yoshihiro Tagawa
(Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2011, Playstation 3)

Staff Roll - Unknown
(Bass Landing 2, Playstation)

Special Request

Miracle of the Blue Moon - Makoto Hagiwara, Kenjiro Matsuo, Yuichi Nakamura
(Trace Memory, Nintendo DS)

Rock Out With Your Cart Out 48 – Atomic Robo-Kid (Arcade/Genesis/PC Engine/X68000)

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Think of this episode as a call to action. The Atomic Robo-Kid soundtrack has a lot of potential but is hurt by some of the choices made for it. I’m not saying go out and make an album and thank me or anything, but I feel like SOMEONE should do something with this soundtrack. There’s a really good soundtrack buried in here that just needs some polishing to make it great. Listen in and you’ll hear what I mean.

Support me 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.

-Main Theme

-BGM B

-BGM C

-Boss-

BGM D

-BGM E

-Ending

-Name Entry


Episode 64: NEW on NES! 21st Century 8-bit Homebrew

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We’ve done an NES Nostalgia show, so how about something a little more… modern? Back with one more solo show before the podcast goes on a brief hiatus, Ed shares music from NES games released within the past 10 years. It’s incredible how many talented people are still coding and composing on Nintendo’s OG console, so get ready for some mind-blowing music and games that are still being offered in digital and physical form!

Giant thanks go to Bedroth, Chris Steenerson (and kiddo,) The Last Rican, UtopiaNemo, and Chris Murray for helping out at the last minute. You guys rock!


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: Mike Stark, 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, Gryoki, Scott McElhone, Darryl Bowers (The Last Rican), and Alex “The Messenger” Messenger.

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


 

The Tracklist:

1 – “Level 1C” from Project Blue (NES, 2019) Composed By Toggle Switch (Donny Phillips)

2 – “Level 2B” from Project Blue (NES, 2019) Composed By Toggle Switch (Donny Phillips)

Toggle Switch’s Bandcamp

3 – “Promo Music” from Trophy (NES, 2020) Composed by Derek Andrews

Trophy Kickstarter Page

4 – “Pikaboo’s Castle (Inside Theme)” from Wolfling (NES, 2018) Composed by Cyborg Jeff (Pierre Martin)

5 – “Pikaboo’s Castle (Inside Theme)” from Wolfling (C64, 2018) Composed by Cyborg Jeff (Pierre Martin)

Cyborg Jeff’s Wolfling OST Bandcamp
Wolfling itch.io Page

6 – “Lastcat’s Theme” from Saturn Smash (NES, 2019) Composed by Famicuber (Myles Davidson)

Saturn Smash itch.io Page

7 – “Dream Labo” from RC2 Rally (NES, 2019) Composed by Good_Tune (P Mamesuke)

8 – “Sugar Butter” from Kira Kira Star Night DX (NES, 2016) Composed by Tappi Iwase

9 – “Seatown” from Kira Kira Star Night DX (NES, 2016) Composed by Yuzo Koshiro

10 – “Maze” from Lizard (NES, 2014) Composed by Rainwarrior (Brad Smith)

11 – “Lava” from Lizard (NES, 2014) Composed by Rainwarrior (Brad Smith)

Rainwarrior’s Lizard OST Bandcamp
Lizard NES Webpage

12 – “Dreamy” from Micro Mages (NES, 2019) Composed by Julius Riecke

Julis Riecke’s Micro Mages OST Bandcamp


Senpai's Playlist Episode 1x01- All That Jazz or What the hell is Death Jazz

First episode of my new podcast focusing on music in anime and and inspired by anime. First episode is about jazz songs in anime. So let's gets a swinging.

Episode 24-8 Influential Games

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This week on the show we're listening to music from games that played meaningful part in our lives. Expect some life stories, laughing, singing, and Final Fantasy music!

Sound of Play: 268 – the videogame music podcast

This week, Ryan settles in with some community requests as well as a thorough and in-depth listen of Super Mario Odyssey’s iconic theme song. Community submissions come from Richard and DomsBeard. Every Wednesday in Sound […]

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Episode 215: Rick Morandibles

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We've got a great, all-new episode of Game That Tune where we go back to the 80's! We've got aliens, we've got Rick Moranis, we've got cops, we've kinda-sorta got Indiana Jones (but not really), and more! Tune in to this week's episode 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, our all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Crono, Dominic Guy, Taylor Y, Sam L and Tylur Tedesco!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream Twitch channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 900 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 437: Marcato Radio 21

Episodes

It's time for another installment of Marcato Radio! Once again, it's another non-stop collection of outstanding video game music. Some you may have heard before, and many you have not. How many tracks can you recognize? Enjoy!

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Coffee Talk - Andrew Jeremy - A Day With Coffee
Castlevania: Dracula X - Tomoya Tomita, Masanari Iwata, Harumi Ueko, Masahiko Kimura - Opus 13
Persona Q: Shadow Of The Labyrinth - Atsushi Kitajoh - Donut
Bravely Second: End Layer - ryo - Battle of Oblivion
KUKEIHA CLUB pro-fusion ~Tokimeki Memorial - Konami Kukeiha Club - Neighborhood Park
Dustforce - Terence Lee - The Magnetic Tree
Call of Duty 2 - Graeme Revell - British Decoytrenches
Contra: Hard Corps - Hiroshi Kobayashi, Michiru Yamane, Akira Yamaoka - Yoru no Nikusyokujyu
Azure Striker Gunvolt - Ryo Kawakami - Girl's Prayer
Nakajima Satoru: F-1 Hero GB - Yusuke Takahama - BGM 03
Tengai Makyo Zero - Toshiyuki Sasagawa - Akamaru's Counterattack
Summer Chip X - Deathro - Demons crashed my party and they brought the funk with them
Ricora - The Show Must Go On
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater - Chunk Raspberry - Jumpin' Johnny
Cadence of Hyrule - Danny Baranowsky - Lost Woods (Combat)
The Land of the Seazogs - Mark Sparling - Zerulia
Arcus Odyssey - Motoi Sakuraba - Act 1-2: The Shrine
Threads of Fate - Junya Nakano - On the Hill
Contra 4 - Jake Kaufman - Harbor


KVGM "The Last Wave" (9/20/20)

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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 weekend, Hammock is away celebrating his best friend's wedding on the coast. Leave a message after the beep. BEEP


Playlist

Mirror of Mind ~The Dawning~ - Norihiro Furukawa
(Densha de GO!, Arcade)

adv_c - Yuzo Koshiro, Motohiro Kawashima, Takeshi Yanagawa
(Katekyoo Hitman Reborn! Dream Hyper Battle!, Playstation 2)

BGM 7 - Unknown
(Gekitou Densetsu Pro Wrestling Noah: Dream Management, Game Boy Advance)

Atmosphere - Katsuhiro Hayashi
(Floralia+, PC)

Demo 2 - Naoki Yoshioka
(Bassing Beat 2, Playstation)

Sophisticated Study - Hirokazu Koshio
(Watashi no Happy Manner Book, Nintendo DS)

Moody - Yusuke Beppu and Hidekazu Hoshino
(Furu Furu Park, Nintendo Wii)

Ending 2 - Rikei Hirashima
(Sol: Moonarge, PC-Engine CD)

Special Request

Torrid - Koji Niikura, Hiroyuki Naka, and Hiroshi Taniguchi
(Dragon's Earth, Super Famicom)

VGM Fight Club Episode 1x02- 90s Retro Match

Fresh off his victory against The Last Rican, Kungfu Carlito looks to continue his undefeated streak when he takes on The Messenger in a 90s Retro Match. Will Carlito put an end to The Messengers Journey or will The Messenger prove his kungfu is stronger and move on to face the next challenger......The one and only......Utopia Nemo!!!!!!
Track Listing
Rd. 1
Carlito: Megaman 3 Remade by Rush Jet 1
Alex: NHL Hockey Genesis Intermission Final
Rd. 2
Carlito: Junk Factory- X-Men The Arcade Game by Snappleman
Alex: Metal Squad- Thunder Force IV
Rd. 3
Carlito: Castle Dracula- Castlevania Symphony of The Night
Alex: Beach- Plok
Rd. 4
Carlito: Idaten- Shinobi III Luke Jansen
Alex: Flying Battery Zone Act 2- Sonic and Knuckles
Rd. 5
Carlito: Hot Rock Shuffles (pt. 2)- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time
Alex: Port Blue- Wave Race 64
Sudden Death
Carlito: The Decisive Battle- Final Fantasy VI
Alex: At Dooms Gate- Doom

B-side: 7inchstravaganza I

Show notes and gallery: http://videogamegrooves.com/2020/09/18/b-side-7inchstravaganza-i/

Every once in a while, Video Game Grooves has to think… smaller. Welcome to our inaugural 7inchstravaganza festival of 7-inch vinyl appreciation! We have assembled a crack team of 7thusiasts™ to share and discuss and love on the littlest guys in our collections. Jeremy and Paul are joined with Aaron Hamel of Ship to Shore Records and Frederik Lauridsen from blipblop.net to unearth some of the tiny treasures from our collections!

Come along and listen to our little 45s in the most entertaining and convenient way possible! No need to flip your disc!

Twitter – @vg_grooves, @jeremy_lamont, @STSphonoco, @blipblopwax

Links:
Overwatch Lucio “Synaesthesia Auditiva” (Recruit Kit)
Mario’s Great Adventure
La Quête De L’Oiseau Du Temps
Galak-Z The Dimensional
Katamari Fantasy
Kid Icarus/Metroid Original Soundtrack Orchestra Version
Drift Stage
Pizza Power + Tubin



Gallery


Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics

Composed by Chami Ishi and Toshiki Aida

Track Listing

Menu

Mancala, Dots & Boxes, Hex, and Renegade

Hit & Blow, Chinese Checkers, Hare & Hounds, and Checkers

Air Hockey, and Slot Cars

Four-in-a-row, and Sliding Puzzle

Matching

Blackjack and Texas Hold’em

Dominoes

Credits


Rock Out With Your Cart Out 47 – Valis: The Fantasm Soldier (Genesis)

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Once again, I’m forced to pick a favorite. Instead of covering the remake for the PC Engine Super CD or the original PC-88 version, I decided to go with what I feel is the strongest version of the soundtrack of Valis: The Fantasm Soldier. In doing so, I’m also trying to dispel the myth that the music that is made on the Genesis always sounds farty. This is very easily one of my favorite soundtracks from the console, so sit back and enjoy!

Support me 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.

-The Fantasm Soldier

-Opening Visual 1

-Opening Visual 2

-Flash of Sword

-Lonely Soldier

-Cellular Tissue

-The Wilderness

-Death Whisper

-Ogre Battle

-Last Battle

-Pinch Zone

-Visual Scene 1

-Visual Scene 2

-Visual Scene 3

-Sadness

-Miss Blue


End of Year Favorites - Episode 26

Episode 26 We have finally made it through our 1 year, Matt and I have gone through every episode up until now. We have trimmed down to a list of our favorite 10 each that we played throughout the year. This was the hardest project yet for Matt and I. We played so many great songs throughout the year, trimming it down to just 10 was difficult beyond words for us. Here they are, for you to enjoy our favorite songs played throughout this last year, all from episode 1-25.

Christopher Tin Reaches The Stars With 'To Shiver The Sky'

Christopher Tin's latest album, To Shiver The Sky , tells the history of humanity's dream of flight and space exploration. The seed that grew this epic work is his setting of Leonardo's writings about flight, Sogno di Volare, which was used in the game Civilization VI. Christopher says that sparked the idea of creating a multi-movement work that takes us on a journey from the Middle Ages to modern times, with texts by such diverse writers as Hildegard von Bingen, Copernicus, Amelia Earhart and John F. Kennedy. Chris's Kickstarter campaign to fund the project set a record for the most successful funding ever for a classical music project. The funds allowed Chris to hire outstanding ensembles including the Royal Philharmonic, the Royal Opera Chorus, and super-star soloists soprano Danielle De Niese and tenor Pene Pati. along with other incredible smaller ensembles. With the success of To Shiver the Sky assured, two-time Grammy Award-winning Chris is already planning his next album, which

Nerd Noise Radio – Channel 2, Episode 1 (C2E1): “Songs of the Pandemic”

It’s the Dawning of a new Era! You are Tuned to Nerd Noise Radio – Channel 2! Today’s inaugural installment is C2E1, for Theme Thursday, Sept 17th, 2020. Today’s theme is “Songs of the Pandemic”.

Track# - Track – Game – System – Composer(s) - Selected By – Timestamp

01: The Runaway (City on the Horizon – Instrumental) - 198X – Multi – Daniel Rosenqvist and/or Anton Dromberg (UFD?) - St. John

a: Music / Intro: 00:00:00

b: Conversation: 00:03:47

02: Overdrive – Saturday Morning RPG – Multi – Vince DiCola and/or Kenny Merideth - Hugues

a: Music: 00:11:05

b: Conversation: 00:13:19

03: Unholy Impact – Mother Russia Bleeds – Multi – Fixions – St. John

a: Music: 00:19:10

b: Conversation: 00:24:28

04: The Abyss – Trails in the Sky the 3rd - PC / PSP – Hayoto Sonoda - Hugues

a: Music: 00:27:28

b: Conversation: 00:30:04

05: They’re Back – Streets of Rage 4 – Multi – Yuzo Koshiro – St. John

a: Music: 00:35:17

b: Conversation: 00:38:24

06: Power or Technique – Trails of Cold Steel III – PC / PS4 / Switch – Hayato Sonoda - Hugues

a: Music: 00:42:17

b: Conversation: 00:45:27

07: Friend Select – Air Zonk – Turbografx16 – Daisuke Morshima and/or Hisashi Matsushita – St. John

a: Music: 00:48:43

b: Conversation: 00:49:44

08: Bar – Dungeon Explorer – Turborafx16 – Tsukasa Masuko - Hugues

a: Music: 00:53:18

b: Conversation: 00:54:59

09: Demons Undulate – Alien Crush – Turbografx16 – St. John

a: Music: 00:58:35

b: Conversation: 01:01:00

10: Mako Reactor – Final Fantasy VII Remake – PS4 – c: Nobuo Uematsu / a: Masashi Hamauzu - Hugues

a: Music: 01:06:59

b: Conversation: 01:10:29

11: Behind the Cosmic Curtain – Samarost 3 – iOS / Android – Floex – St. John

a: Music: 01:19:32

b: Conversation: 01:22:09

12: Beneath the Mask (Rain – Instrumental) - Persona 5 – PS3 / PS4 - Shōji Meguro - Hugues

a: Music: 01:26:20

b: Conversation: 01:29:59

13: 10pm – Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Switch - Yasuaki Iwata, Yumi Takahashi, Shinobu Nagata, Sayako Doi, and/or Masato Ohashi – St. John

a: Music: 01:32:40

b: Conversation: 01:35:03

14: Results (Golf) - Wii Sports – Wii – Kazumi Totaka - Hugues

a: Music: 01:45:29

b: Conversation: N/A (Included in previous conversation)

15: Blooper: 01:48:21

Total Episode Runtime: 01:48:55

LINKS:

retrogameclub.net

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/retro-game-club/id1453018680?mt=2

nerdnoiseradio.blogspot.com

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nerd-noise-radio/id1191401173

Twitter: @NerdNoiseRadio

Facebook: facebook.com/NerdNoiseRadio/

This is our LAST CALL for track submissions for December’s Channel 1 “Best of 2019 – listener picks!” Here is the list of eligible tracks!

https://archive.org/details/nerd-noise-radio-best-of-2019-eligible-track-list-simplified

Please get us tracks as soon as possible. Deadline is 09/30/2020!

On Archive dot org, there is a Super Bonus – music only! All the music from this episode, without any of the talking. This will be something we do with every Channel 2 episode moving forward! We also went back in time and created a parallel Super Bonus from last December’s “Episode Zero”: “Nerd Noise Game Club”. So, go check those out!

Lastly, make sure you catch the blog post, as it contains a lot of additional notes about Channel 2! Here’s the Link:

https://nerdnoiseradio.blogspot.com/2020/09/nerd-noise-radio-channel-2-episode-1.html

Thanks for listening! Join us again in December for C2E2: Holiday / Wintry Theme [Episode Title TBD]


Waterworld – PA135

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In 1995, the movie Waterworld was released and the real world was changed forever. As we pass the 25th anniversary, we attempt to rehabilitate the reputation of a perfectly competent mid 90s action film and then “dive” into the music of the many licensed cash-in games that followed the film’s release. The bulk of the… Read More »

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Battle Bards Episode 177: Gone with the wind

As the weather howls and gusts around us, the Battle Bards stand in the middle of it all with their heads lifted up, listening to the music that rides on the breeze. In this episode, Syl, Steff, and Syp examine wind-themed tracks from MMORPGs. Will they find all of the wind's colors? Probably not, but nobody ever mistook these three for artistic geniuses!

Episode 177 show notes

  • Intro (feat. "Calm Breeze" from Elsword Online, "Silken Wind Through a Bamboo Forest" from Age of Conan, and "The Wind and the Reeds" from Fallout 76)
  • "Sign of Wind" from Lineage
  • "Echoes of a Zephyr" from Final Fantasy XI
  • "Dust" from Last Oasis
  • "Whispering Winds" from TERA
  • "On Windy Meadows" from Final Fantasy XIV
  • “Carbines in the Wind" from Star Wars: The Old Republic
  • "Winds of the Frontier" from WildStar
  • Which one did we like best?
  • Listener notes: Zinn and Katriana
  • "Swordmaiden's Prayer," a special WildStar tribute to Avidguru
  • Jukebox picks: "Traps" from Turrican 2, "Title Theme" from Clockwiser, and "Title Theme" from Ary and the Secret of Seasons
  • Outro (feat. "Highland Winds" from Skyforge)

Sound of Play: 267 – Barry “Epoch” Topping

On this week’s Sound of Play, Tom Quillfeldt speaks to Barry “Epoch” Topping, the composer & sound designer for KaizenGameWorks‘ Paradise Killer Every Wednesday in Sound of Play, we bring you some of our favourite pieces […]

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Episode 24-7 Video Game Dads with Bedroth

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This week on the show we're joined by video game and video game father enthusiast Bedroth! Bedroth co-hosts the most excellent podcast "Very Good Music a Video Game Music Podcast". We talk about great food, the destruction of the cosmos, and Haggar's reelection campaign for Metro City: "A Chicken in Every Trash Can!"

The End… as a Beginning

Singing Mountain is back. I said it would be back and I meant it. And to contrast this new run of the show from what I left you all on months ago, I decided to put out something a little more hopeful. Do you know that particular kind of video game ending where you see your character cruising toward the horizon, bad guys vanquished in their wake, and there’s maybe a sunset or something, and the music sounds like the end of an 80s movie? Yeah, this episode is all about that.

Track listing:
0:09: Sunset of Puyo Puyo / Puyo Puyo (Mega Drive) / Masanobu Tsukamoto, Akiyoshi Nagao, Toshiaki Sakoda and Masaaki Harada
5:24: Credit Roll / Space Harrier II (Genesis) / Tokuhiko Uwabo and Matt Furniss
7:52: Setting Out (Staff Roll) / Elemental Master (Genesis) / Toshiharu Yamanishi
11:44: Ending / Dino Land (Genesis) / Ichiro Hada
16:55: Several Years After / Dyna Bros 2 (Mega Drive) / Masami Yitsuse
20:16: Sun Rise Purple / Battle Mania: Daiginjō (Mega Drive) / Shigenori Masuko, Yoko Suzuki and Fumito Tamayama
23:45: End Title / Tenshi no Uta: Shiroki Tsubasa no Inori (Super Famicom) / Motoi Sakuraba and Shinji Tamura
27:01: Credit Roll / Dungeon Explorer (TurboGrafx-16) / Tsukasa Masuko
30:02: Ending (Next Time) / Shockman (TurboGrafx-16) / K. Hayama
32:20: Staff Roll / Cyber Knight (PC Engine) / Unknown Composer
36:12: Ending / Magical Chase (TurboGrafx-16) Hitoshi Sakimoto and Masaharu Iwata
39:13: Return to Mother / Axelay (Super NES) / Taei Kudo
41:53: After the War (Ending) / Final Zone (Genesis) / Motoi Sakuraba and Masaaki Uno
46:03: BGM 3 / True Golf Classics: Pebble Beach Golf Links (Genesis) / Yumi Kinoshita
48:50: Ending / Mighty Max (Genesis) / Krisalis (a.k.a. Matt Furniss)
52:12: Returned Soldier’s Rest / Super Star Soldier (TurboGrafx-16) / Dr. Nakahashi and Mr. Hoshi
54:44: Ending Theme / Shadow Blasters (Genesis) / Kim Songdong
56:32: Donkey Kong Rescued (Credits Roll) / Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong-Quest (Super NES) / David Wise
58:39: Finale / Wild Guns (Super NES) / Hiroyuki Iwatsuki and Haruo Ohashi

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Episode 214: DINO_MITE

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We've got a great, all-new episode of Game That Tune lined up for you! Jessie starts his new reign as our Absurd King and boy, does he have some changes. We've got 5 great games of great tunes featuring dinosaurs! There's wacky discussion about re-imaginings of classic movies, memories of computer lab gaming, talk about things that are just too big to handle, and plenty more!

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, our all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Crono, Dominic Guy, Taylor Y, Sam L and Tylur Tedesco!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream Twitch channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 900 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 111: Zelda II - The Adventure of Link

Show Notes

Matt and Kris visit the black sheep of the Zelda franchise with the amazing soundtracks to Zelda II: The Adventure of Link for both NES and Famicom Disk System.

Useful Links

Background Music

Social Stuff


Episode 436: Listener Show & Tell 10

Episodes

It's time for another installment of Listener Show & Tell! These very special episodes consist purely of tracks submitted by the wonderful listeners of the SMBVGMP! Enjoy an eclectic mix of great VGM both old & new!

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(Steve V) Paradise Killer - Barry "Epoch" Topping - GO!GO!STYLE
(Thorben D) Xenoblade Chronicles: Future Connected - Manami Kiyota or ACE+? - Time to Fight!
(Michael G) Hotel Dusk: Room 215 - Satoshi Okubo - Violet Sky
(Jon E) A Hat in Time - Pascal Michael Stiefel - You Are Now Legally a Bird
(Zander) Homestuck - toby fox - Moonsetter
(Andrew P) Super Tennis - Yoshiki Nishimura - Ending
(Evan H) Dustforce - Terence Lee - Frozen Hot Sauce
(Brandon S) Divinity: Original Sin II - Borislav Slavov - The Queen's High Seas
(Steven L) Read Only Memories - 2 Mello - Aethernaut: Neo-SF Strut
(Todd M) Xenoblade Chronicles: Future Connected - ACE+ - FogBeast Battle
(Geoff R) Opoona - Noriyuki Kamikura - The Village Without Memories
(Ganon11) Hollow Knight - Christopher Larkin - Grimm
(Stenoknight) Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode - Michiharu Hasuya - Title Theme
(Phil B) Dragon Quest XI (Switch) - Koichi Sugiyama - Salty Stallion
(Josh B) The Revenge of Shinobi - Yuzo Koshiro - Make Me Dance
(Zach W) Princess Connect - Tsubasa Ito?? - Tyrant of the Beach, Sameyoshi
(Wild Matsu) Non-Human - Chef Boyardee - Turrican dsun
(Jackson B) Hades - Darren Korb; Ashley Barrett - Good Riddance (feat. Ashley Barrett)
(Eric H) Spiritfarer - Max LL - Hummingberg


Episode 170: Heroic and Music

Are you desperately in need of something to fill your auditory canal? We've got just the thing: Radio Trivia! Fossil Fiend Zach (with an "h") fills the guest spot.

KVGM "The Last Wave" (9/13/20)

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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, Aqua City looked like a scene from Mad Max 2 due to high winds blowing in smoke and ash from nearby wildfires. But even as the year 2020 continues to be an obvious sign of the apocalypse, we sit back and enjoy some very chill music from racing, bowling, basketball, and Miami drunk singles action. Which leather pants are YOUR favorite? Sound off on the website, or send us an e-mail at kvgmradio@gmail.com with a link to the perfect pair of leather pants for those steamy Miami club nights.


Playlist

Gently, The Moon Always Watches You - Yudai Sato
(Gran Turismo 6, Playstation 3)

VIP - Marcin Przybyłowicz
(AMF Bowling: World Lanes, Nintendo Wii)

Results - Sanae Kasahara
(Super Kyuukyoku Harikiri Stadium, Super Famicom)

Ocean - Jake Kaufman
(Miami Nights: Singles in the City, Nintendo DS)

Dawn - Masatoshi Moriwaki
(Bunmei Kaika: Aoiza Ibunroku, Playstation Portable)

BGM #15 - Unknown
(Gambler Densetsu Tetsuya: Yomigaeru Densetsu, Game Boy Advance)

3rd Quarter - Yuichi Asami
(NBA Power Dunkers, Playstation)

Epilogue... (Ending) - Raito
(Bike Banditz, PC)

Special Request


Miniature Garden - Racdym Sound Team
(Primal Image Vol. 1, Playstation)

Level 35

Track Listing

Nice Day - Spindizzy II - Toshiya Yamanaka and Tetsuya Nakano

Porkshank - Battletoads - David Housden

Everybody Falls (Fall Guys theme) - Fall Guys - Jukio Kallio and Daniel Hagstrom

Bowling - Wii Sports - Kazumi Totaka

Heated Battle - Ys III Wanderers from Ys - Noriyuki Iwadare

I’Am Impact! - Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon - Shigeru Araki, Yusuke Kato, Saiko Miki and Yasumasa Kitagawa


Rock Out With Your Cart Out 46 – Lagoon (SNES)

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I don’t want to lean too heavily on Falcom Sound Team jdk on this podcast. Instead of doing that, why not just find stuff that sounds like it could be something from them? In all seriousness, you can be forgiven for hearing this and thinking that someone who at least had a brief stint at Falcom had a hand in Lagoon’s soundtrack. Hell, you could say the same thing for the game itself (although that’s not something I’ve really researched, so maybe?).

What I will say is that Hideki Suzuki had a far too short run in the music side of the industry, so I figured we should check out one of his better works and and appreciate it.

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

The ROWYCO logo was designed by Melissa Diaz.

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

-Premonition

-Arland

-Armed and Ready

-Voloh

-Castle Mark Philips

-Valley

-Voice of Spirits

-Castle Siegfried

-Desperate Dreams

-Run to the Hill of Phantom

-Battles of Fate

-Reach for the Sky

-Master of Water

-When Death Call

-Prince of Darkness

-Tales from the Peaceful World

-Moonchild

-Game Over


Episode 63: The Music of Phalanx

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Some gamers only know “Phalanx: The Enforce Fighter A-144” as that game with the weird old banjo playing guy on the front of the SNES box. Most were turned off by the strange marketing choice and never gave the game a chance. Ed happened to rent it one day as a kid, and fell in love with the rockin’ soundtrack and smooth gameplay. Today, he’s set out to dispel a lot of the preconceived notions about this cool little shmup, and provide an overview of the game and its various ports. Take a listen to seven iterations of three distinctly different soundtracks, spread across five different versions of the game! With 28 pieces of music packed into a 2 hour show, there’s a lot to listen to. Which is your favorite?


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: Mike Stark, 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, Gryoki, Scott McElhone, Darryl Bowers (The Last Rican), and Alex “The Messenger” Messenger.

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


 

Phalanx: The Enforce Fighter A-144

(Sharp X68000, 1991)
Developed and Published by Zoom, Inc
Composed by Kenichi Kamio

(SNES, 1992)
Developed by Zoom, Published by Kemco
Composed by S. Yamaguchi

Tiny Phalanx (PS1, 1995)
Developed and Published by Zoom, Inc
Composed by Hideyuki Shimono and Akihito Okawa

(GBA, 2001)
Developed by Kotobuki System Co., Ltd., Published by Kemco
Composed by S. Yamaguchi. Arranged by an Uncredited Artist

(Wii, 2009)
Developed and Published by Zoom, Inc
Composed by Kenichi Kamio. Arranged by an Uncredited Artist

 

The Tracklist:

1 – “Level 1: Assault” (SNES, GBA, Sharp X68000, WiiWare, PS1)

2 – “Level 2: Under Water” (SNES, X68000)

3 – “Level 3: Bio Cave” (SNES, X68000, PS1)

4 – “Level 4: Deep Core” (SNES, X68000)

5 – “Level 5: Destroyer” (SNES, X68000)

6 – “Level 6: Advertise Area” (SNES, GBA, X68000)

7 – “Level 7: Hyper Space” (SNES, X68000)

8 – “Level 8: Charge” (SNES, X68000)

9 – “Final Boss” (SNES, X68000)

10 – “Ending” (SNES, X68000, PS1)


Sound of Play Extra: An interview with Jason Graves

On this Sound of Play Extra, Tom Quillfeldt interviews BAFTA-winning games composer and multi-instrumentalist Jason Graves about his music for horror game The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope, as well as many titles from across […]

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The Game Brass And Friends Set Sail On An Island Cruise

Taking a summer vacation was a challenge this year, so The Game Brass created their own! Their third full-length album: Brassino Isles Tropical Cruise takes listeners on a voyage to Dragon Roost Island, Treasure Trove Cove, Monkey Island, and many other ports of call. The Game Brass also brought along some friends! They invited a who's who of game music performers to add to the fun. Every track features a different musican or ensemble, including Disco Cactus, Grant Kirkhope, Ocobanda, the Videri String Quartet and many others. I talked with some of The Game Brass about putting the album together: John Robert Matz and Robby Dugay, trumpets, Daniel Romberger, trombone and theramin, John Stacey, horn, Alex Hill, tuba and their arranger, Thomas Kresge. Members of the Game Brass said that not only was putting together the album a lifeline during the pandemic quarantine, creating videos to accompany each track was really fun. The album is available on The Game Brass's Bandcamp, and other

Episode 24-6 Your New Smash Bros. Characters

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Welcome to our first annual Smash Bros. tournament! This competition comes with a twist: all the characters are provided by our listeners! And none of them are in official games! Who will win? Will it be Bonk? Bayou Billy? Superstar professional golfer Lee Trevino? LET'S FIND OUT!

Sound of Play: 266 – the videogame music podcast

Ryan shares the next “year in game history” medley, featuring music from 155 games from the year 1995. You can keep up with the History of Videogame Music project and download high-quality versions of the […]

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Episode 213: August Absurdity V - FINALE

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It's the finale to August Absurdity V as Jessie and John go head-to-head to determine our new Absurd King. Are you ready for FIVE (count 'em - FIVE) awesome games worth of music? Who will come out on top? Only one way to find out!!

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, our all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Crono, Dominic Guy, Taylor Y, Sam L and Tylur Tedesco!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream Twitch channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 900 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

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

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

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


NNR Reruns: C1E27: "Mishmash Monday - vol 4" (orig. released 04/23/18)

Today's Rerun is C1E27: "Mishmash Monday - vol 4", originally released April 23rd, 2018.

Please note that due to the attached ear catcher at the beginning regarding Best of 2019, the time stamps in the track list will be off by a minute, minute and a half. Up against a deadline to put this down for a couple months, I did not have time to update the time stamps accordingly. They're still reasonably close, I suppose. :-)

Cheers!

Track#, Game, System, Track Name, Composer, Timestamp:

01: Intro - 00:00

02: Chu Chu Rocket - Dreamcast - Challenge - Tomoya Ohtani - 02:07

03: Wolfchild - SNES - Map Screen - Martin Iveson - 05:00

04: Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge - multi - Rikuo - Takayuki Iwai, Akari Kaida and/or Hideki Okugawa - 06:41

05: Spellcaster - Mastersystem - Action Screen - Sachio Ogawa - 08:31

06: Nightmare on Elm Street - NES - Elm Street - David Wise - 11:24

07: Doom II - PC (Midi - Yamaha DB50XG) - Underhalls - Bobby Prince - 14:20

08: So Many Me - multi - Volcano - Christopher Gechan and/or Daniel Byrne-McCullough - 19:07

09: Souhou Blue Phoenix - X68000 - Stage 4 - Shinoda Nobuhisa - 23:06

10: Nin2 Jump - XB1 - Autumn - Ryu Umemoto - 26:26

11: Lucid 9 - PC/Mac - Process of Elimination - Blue Wolfie - 28:50

12: Final Fantasy Mystic Quest - SNES - Ice Pyramid - Ryuji Sasai, and/or Yasuhiro Kawakami - 32:48

13: Sonic 2 - Genesis - Mystic Cave Zone 2-player - Masato Nakamura - 35:46

14: Plok - SNES - Beach - Tim and/or Geoff Follin - 37:36

15: Gran Turismo 5 - PS3 - Mirage - Kimmei - 42:42

16: Miitopia - 3DS - In That Holiday Mood (Vacation) - Toshiyuki Sudo, Shinki Ushiroda, Yumi Takahashi, and/or Megumi Inoue - 46:51

17: Outro - 49:03

Music Block Runtime: 47:02, Total Episode Runtime: 54:40

Our Intro and Outro Music is Funky Radio - Dreamcast - BB Rights

Here's the link to the spreadsheet with all the eligible tracks for Best of 2019 (C1E55). I look forward to receiving your track submissions, and sharing your combined contributions with the world! :-)

https://archive.org/details/nerd-noise-radio-best-of-2019-eligible-track-list-simplified


Episode 435: Ys Seven

Episodes

In this episode, Karl & Will focus on the outstanding soundtrack to Ys Seven! A classic for the podcast in many ways, this score strikes a perfect balance of honoring the older VGM traditions while injecting a bit of modern flare. Enjoy some awesome Ys music!

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Ys Seven - Hayato Sonoda, Takahiro Unisuga, Saki Momiyama, Masanori Osaki - Falcom - PSP/PC - 2009
-SCIAS
-Extensive Forest Green
-Innocent Primeval Breaker
-Public Palace
-Mother Earth Altago
-Land of Fertility
-Smashing Through the Mountain Path
-Lost Harmony Among People
-Being Slow on the Waves
-Isolated Island Consigned to Oblivion
-Vacant Interference
-Uncertainty in the Future
-Vitality of the Grand Flame
-Primitive Deep Leaves
-Sanctuary of Meditation Breeze (Kylos)
-Tia -Disappearance of Reason-
-From an Effort of the Revival
-To Reveal the Way to Go
-Maiden of Wind -Mishera-


KVGM "The Last Wave" (9/6/20)

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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.

Do know what September 6th is? It's Hammock's birthday! The Last Wave doesn't always correspond with birthdays but come celebrate by jamming out to some great fishing and horse racing tracks. How about a little dodgeball action from the one and only Katsuhiro Hayashi, who personally called the KVGM studio to wish Hammock a "ハッピーバースデー!". The Wii even threw us a party...a Wii Party...what a treat.


Playlist

Title Menu - Kazuko Umino
(Sneakers, Xbox)

Sexy Space - Yusuke Sakamoto
(Galaxy Angel, Playstation 2)

Dodgeball Game 3 - Katsuhiro Hayashi
(Dodge Danpei, Super Famicom)

Waizu's Theme - Yayoi Okumura and Tomohiro Morino
(Blue Breaker ~A Smile Over a Sword~, PC-FX)

Main Menu - Ryo Nagamatsu
(Wii Party, Nintendo Wii)

BGM #15 - Unknown
(Minami no Umi no Odyssey, Game Boy Advance)

Shallow Bossa Mix - Makoto Iida
(Sega Marine Fishing, Sega Dreamcast)

Ending - Naoto Tanaka
(Disc Derby: Meiba o Tsukurou!!, Playstation)

Credits and End themes - Episode 25

Episode 25 We are at the end the game has been completes, the final boss, defeated. You have overcome every challenge thus far, all that is left is to see the end screen and watch those credits. The songs in this episode widely vary some games mirror the title screen, some walk you through and recap the story, some are triumphant and maybe even a little sombre or romantic. As the year comes to a close and we prepare for our top 10. Matt and I play some tracks we have been holding on to for awhile to try to sneak some on to each others best of list. At the end of the episode we discuss the future and what season 2 will hold.

Rock Out With Your Cart Out 45 – Super Mario Land Arranged

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This week, I’m going back to doing a comparison. We’re going to compare the Super Mario Land soundtrack to the Super Mario Land Arranged album. Hip Tanaka was Super Mario Land’s composer and Ikuro Fugiwara and the “Mario Freaks Orchestra” handled the arranged album. It’s a fun album full of a variety of sounds.

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

The ROWYCO logo was designed by Melissa Diaz.

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

-“Ground Theme” – Super Mario Land – Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka

-“Mario Adventures I (Main BGM #1)” – Super Mario Land Arranged – Ikuro Fugiwara

-” Muda Kingdom Theme” Super Mario Land – Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka

-“Mario Adventures II (Main BGM #2)” – Super Mario Land Arranged – Ikuro Fugiwara

-“Easton Kindom Theme” – Super Mario Land – Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka

-“Underground” – Super Mario Land Arranged – Ikuro Fugiwara

-“Marine Pop and Sky Pop Stages” – SuperMarioLand – Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka

-“Shooting” – Super Mario Land Arranged – Ikuro Fugiwara

-“Chai Kingdom Theme” – SuperMarioLand – Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka

-“Chinese” – Super Mario Land Arranged – Ikuro Fugiwara

-“Invincibility Theme” – SuperMarioLand – Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka

-“Muteki” – Super Mario Land Arranged – Ikuro Fugiwara

-“Boss Theme and Tatanga Theme” – SuperMarioLand – Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka

-“Fight (With the Enemy ~ Enemy Transformation” – Super Mario Land Arranged – Ikuro Fugiwara

-“Rescuing Princess Daisy” – SuperMarioLand – Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka

-“Oh! Daisy” – Super Mario Land Arranged – Ikuro Fugiwara

-“End Credits Theme” – SuperMarioLand – Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka

-“Ending” – Super Mario Land Arranged – Ikuro Fugiwara


Sound of Play: 265 – the videogame music podcast

Joining Leon Cox for this week’s podcast is Daniel J. Glass, a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Connecticut, President of the Applied Evolutionary Psychology Society, Project Leader at PsychTable.org and author of our recent Luigi […]

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Battle Bards Episode 176: Orchestral RuneScape

In 2018, RuneScape put out an official orchestral album to highlight some of the best of its remastered and re-recorded soundtrack. From delicate tunes to epic themes, the album shows just how far the game has come since its early MIDI days. The Battle Bards dive into this triumphant score and pull out some vindication for RuneScape at last!

Episode 176 show notes (show page, direct download)

  • Intro (feat. "Sunrise," "Newbie Melody," and "Waterfall II")
  • "Harmony"
  • "A Hero's Return"
  • "The Town"
  • "Aurora"
  • "The Winding Meadow”
  • "Village Dance"
  • "Gnomeball"
  • Which one did we like best?
  • Listener notes: Zinn and Katriana
  • Jukebox picks: "Welcome to Hogwarts" from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, "The Way of the Samurai" from Ghost of Tsushima, and "Garbage Day" from Donut Country.
  • Outro (feat. "RuneScape Theme")

Episode 24-5 Silly Names

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We're not here to poke fun at anyone's names, let alone our own heroic digital-avatars. That's why we're here to salute those great characters such as Ash Ketchum, who likes to catch'em all. And Boomer Kuwanger, who likes to boomer. And kuwanger. Maybe both.

Episode 212: August Absurdity V - Round 2: JOHN²

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We've got some great John on John action for you for round 2 of AUGUST ABSURDITY V!!!

Special thanks to our guest artists, Carlito @pooplos_z on Twitter or @kf_carlito on Instagram for the awesome portraits, and Warren Iles @UltimateWarren for the fantastic August Absurdity V logo art! Support their great art by commissioning something ABSURD!

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, our all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out the page and consider supporting the show as we attempt to grow and create more great stuff! Special thanks to our super-fan tier Patreon producers: Alex Messenger, Lance Riviere, Damian Beckles, Bradford Stephens, Daniel Perkey, Crono, Dominic Guy, Taylor Y, Sam L and Tylur Tedesco!

Check out our 24/7 VGM stream Twitch channel for a radio station featuring games we've used on the show! We've loaded up over 900 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


VGM Tracker 74



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Mega Man Rock Force - Final Battle - PC

02:51
Mega Man Rock Force - Fuse Man - MiniMacro

03:49
Mega Man Rock Force - Fuse Man - PC

04:49
Mega Man Unlimited - An Unbreakable Will - PC

07:36
Mega Man Unlimited - Construction Destruction - PC

09:39
Road Rash - Grass Valley - SMS

11:51
198X - Out of the void Stage 1-1 - PC

16:01
Heretic Wayfarer - Coldwater - Viscra Maelstrom

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Episode 110: Snake Rattle n Roll

Show Notes

Matt and Kris get snakey with Snake Rattle n Roll for NES. Plus, a bonus interview with Adam Gonsalves, who mastered the soundtrack's vinyl release!

Useful Links

Background Music

Social Stuff


Episode 434: Tengai Makyou Zero

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In this episode, Karl & Will focus on the incredible music to the very obscure and underrated Super Famicom game Tengai Makyou Zero! This evocative and emotional score is one of the most technically impressive ever seen on this system. Enjoy some fantastic VGM you probably haven't heard before!

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Tengai Makyou Zero - Toshiyuki Sasagawa, Kohei Tanaka - Hudson - Super Famicom - 1995
-Zero's Theme
-Overture
-Peaceful Village
-Infernal Army Corps
-Hisui's Theme
-Higan's Theme
-Goodbye To Subaru
-Wonderful Streets
-Higan's Sadness
-City of Evil Souls
-Subaru's Smile
-Tenjin's Theme
-Demon Ma-Shin
-The Master of the Flying Ship
-Born with a Sword, Dead by a Sword
-Memory ~ Seperation with Mizuki
-Takamagahara Village
-Subaru's Plea
-Faded Neon
-The Two Mirrors


KVGM "The Last Wave" (8/30/20)

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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.

What's inside? How about the NBA circa 1997? How about sexy parlor games scored by MUSE himself, Akira Sato? What about 4 on 4 soccer? Hey, there's even a little murder mystery and water skiing. And it wouldn't be an episode of the Last Wave without some visual novel nonsense on the PC. And making their Last Wave debut, the very talented ASSY! AND...AND...you guys asked for it (well, some of you) but we now have KVGM "The Last Wave" merch, available here. It's still summer so give those guns some Vitamin D!


Playlist

04 - Akira Sato
(Jankirou, FM Towns)

Pause Menu - Traz Damji
(NBA Live '97, Playstation)

Advertising BGM B - Tetsuya Kawauchi
(Sega Water Ski, Arcade)

Main Menu - YANMAR and ASSY
(Yamamura Misa Suspense: Kyoto Kurama Sansou Satsujin Jiken, PSP)

BGM 3 - Unknown
(Tetsudou Seminar: JR-hen, Nintendo DS)

Victory - Unknown
(Yuujou no Victory Goal: 4V4 Arashi Get the Goal!!, Game Boy Advance)

Daily Life - Ryo Mizutsuki and Shun Nishigaki 
(AquaS, PC)

Credits - Dan Hess
(F1 World Grand Prix, Sega Dreamcast)

Level 34

Track List

Stage 1-1 - Sparkster: Rocket Knight Adventures 2 - Akira Yamaoka and Michiru Yamane

Jin Sakai - Ghost of Tsushima - Ilan Eshkeri and Shigeru Umebayashi

Red Streamer Battle - Paper Mario Origami King - Yoshito Sekigawa, Shoh Murakami, Yoshiaki Kimura, Hiroki Morishita and Fumihiro Isobe

Main Theme - Road Rash 2 - Rob Hubbard

Soft Collision - Mighty Switch Force 2 - Jake Kaufman

Birth of a Wish - NieR Automata - Keiichi Okabe and Keigo Hoash


Episode 62: On the Farm with Ryan Steel

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Games like Harvest Moon and Stardew Valley have captured the imagination of millions of gamers around the world, so it’s only natural that other game developers have attempted to capitalize on the farming concept that these titles are so well-known for. Today, Ed is joined by farm owner and game composer (Catlandia RPG, Pandora; Chains of Chaos) Ryan Steel to check out the soundtracks to games in which farming plays a major role. From popular titles like Monster Rancher 4 to interesting indies like Staxel, there’s acres of well-crafted music in this episode!

Catlandia, an Adorable (and Challenging) RPG, Soundtrack by Ryan:
http://catlandiagame.com/

Ryan’s upcoming title, Pandora – Chains of Chaos:
https://store.steampowered.com/app/791260/Pandora_Chains_of_Chaos/

Pandora’s Developer, Party Llama Games, on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/PartyLlamaGames

Ryan’s Twitter:
https://twitter.com/ryandeansteel

Ryan’s Soundcloud:
https://soundcloud.com/ryansteelproductions


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: Mike Stark, 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, Gryoki, Scott McElhone, Darryl Bowers (The Last Rican), and Alex “The Messenger” Messenger.

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

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The Tracklist:

1 – “Loftiness” from Monster Rancher 4 (PS2, 2003) Composed by Hiroshi Miyazaki

2 – “Gardens” from Staxel (PC, 2018) Composed by Curtis Schweitzer

3 – “Autumn Joy” from Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life (GC, PS2, 2004) Composed by Hiroshi Nakajima

4 – “Planetary Pioneer (Summer Mix)” from Verdant Skies (PC, 2018) Composed by Troy Strand

5 – “Falling Leaves” from My Time at Portia (Switch, PS4, Windows, Xbox One, 2018) Composed by Claude Ruelle

6 – “Dreamy Day (Willowdown Farm)” from Kynseed (PC, 2018 [early access]) Composed by Matthijs den Daas

7 – “Blue Lagoon/ Credits Theme” from Super Farm (PS2, 2003) Composed by Frédéric Motte

8 – “Tavern” from Graveyard Keeper (Linux, Mac, Switch, PS4, PC, XB1, 2018) Composed by Hamza El Hamri

9 – “Main Title Theme/ Tread Fast” from Farming Simulator 17 (PC, PS4, Mac, XB1, 2017) Composed by Tom Peters and Greg McDonald (Audio Network)

10 – “Play Theme (Night)” from Autonauts (PC, 2019) Composed by Colin Anderson (PilotNotFlying)


*Bonus Re-run* Thesis Defense: WSXY with The Diad

Welcome to The Diad Presents!

Originally released on Friday, January 26, 2018 on the VGM Jukebox feed, this is a "dissertation style" VGM skit podcast I made. 

I had a recent guest appearance the much-beloved Forever Sound Version.  During the show, I made a few references to a similarly-themed podcast episode I had done on the VGM Jukebox podcast feed.  Because the show has never appeared here, I thought it might be a nice time to upload it for anyone who hasn't heard it.

The show can be downloaded here,

or streamed here:


And the track list below:

Trouble Outsiders - OS_03 (Track 3) - Shiori Ueno
Dial Q o Mawase! - Match Tune - Unknown
Tokimeki Memorial: Densetsu no Ju no Shita De - Theme of Mira - Keroppi Inoue, Noriko Takahashi
Twilight - Seara - Ryu Umemoto, Ryu Takami
Kimi Dake ni Ai o... - No Regrets - BAKI
Chatty - Unknown 3 - Manabu Saito
Mahou Shoujo Fancy COCO - Ending - Ryu Umemoto

Episode 69 – A Number Between Sixty-eight and Seventy

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This episode is dedicated to the sexy, flirty, and sometimes naughty side of video games and video game music. Superstar special guest The Diad and I draw from titles on platforms as diverse as Sega Saturn, Commodore Amiga, and PC-FX to make a playlist that I feel is one of the most interesting this podcast has had to date!

Listen:

 

Desire (1997, Sega Saturn) ‘Ishtal ‘Desire’ [Main I (Noon)]’ by Ryu Umemoto

Dial Q o Mawase! (1992, Sega Mega Drive) ‘Match Tune’, composer unknown

Pinball Illusions (1995, Commodore Amiga) ‘Babewatch Main Theme’ by Olof Gustafsson

Dragon Knight 4 (1997, PC-FX) ‘Opening : take the offensive’ by Masaki Sugo, Yoichi Shimizu, and Tsuyoshi Fukutomi

Foxy 2 (1991, Sharp X68000) ‘SEN4’ by Manabu Kunieda, Yuki Ushimaru, and Yasuhiro Taguchi

Kizuato (1996, Windows) ‘Scars That Haven’t Healed’ by Kazuhide Nakagami

Leisure Suit Larry III: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals (1989, DOS) ‘Nontoonyt Resort’ by Mike Dana

Kekkō Kamen 2: O-Shioki Densetsu no Maki (1995, PC-98) ‘Track 4’ by Akira and Yoshito Hata

Lipstick Adv.EX (1999, Windows) ‘MIND ~closed the past~’ by Doors Music Entertainment

To Heart 2 (2009, Sony PSP) ‘Technical Power’ by Naoya Shimokawa

 

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Episode 68 :: Vib Ribbon, Anno 1800

Show notes and gallery: http://videogamegrooves.com/2020/08/26/episode-68-vib-ribbon-anno-1800/

In the eternal dance of sound and culture, one podcast’s card is always full: someone who is a lot less niche-driven than us. But here we are, showing up to hang out in the corner like the weird wallflowers we are, discussing games, game music, vinyl records, game music on vinyl records etc etc.

This episode focuses on a little sound and a little culture! We begin with Anthony’s selection of Vib Ribbon, by Minimum Records. The Vib soundtrack, co-conceived by Masaya Matsuura and a JPop band called Laugh and Peace, represents a level and style of quirk that we just don’t see in many places, and the new pressing does it great justice. We discuss the automotive history of the game, as well as developer NanaOn-Sha’s other works, more well-known and less. We’re careful to listen to this one at the requisite 45 RPM, because otherwise things could get a bit… dank. We then proceed to Jeremy’s pick of Anno 1800, from Black Screen records and Ubisoft Loud. Jeremy makes the case for the game’s mix of film score and era music, why it was one of his favored releases last year, and how it ties to his weirdly-musically-nerdy childhood. We also explore the secret and unsettling “rule of 9.”

We carry on, as we do, to share with you the newest releases and cool projects to look out for. A number of crowdfunding projects are ending soon, so check the links below!

In our final segment we discuss the legitimacy and distinction of music created at dedicated music-crafting studios such as Dynamedion, Basiscape, and Vibe Avenue, compared to music created by individual composers or co-composers. Is there a difference? Should there be? Come listen and find out!

Outro: “Brushwood” – Anno 1800, by Dynamedion

Twitter – @vg_grooves, @jeremy_lamont, @ajohnagnello

Links:
Risk of Rain 2 (Black Screen Records)
Sounds of Summer 2020 (Black Screen Records)
Snake Rattle n’ Roll (Fangamer)
Concrete Genie (Fangamer)
Astro Bot: Rescue Mission (Fangamer)
Total War: Three Kingdoms (Laced Records)
Marvel’s Avengers (Mondo)
Songs of Supergiant Games (Supergiant) (Deluxe, sold out)
Teenage Blob (Team Lazerbeam)
Tanglewood (Respawned Records)
Trover Saves the Universe (Mondo)

Space Quest V Reorchestrated (Qrates)
Forever Famicom Diamond Edition (Mega Ran & K-Murdock)
Wii U Grooves (DJ Cutman)



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Immortal C64 - Episode 93

Immortal C64 Episode 93 - Special - Gubbdata 2020 and C64Month. Track Listing : Place / Start Time / Artist / Track Name / Track Length 01 .. 0:00:34 - On the Waves - Psych858o - 2:34 02 .. 0:03:08 - Lundia - Flex - 3:59 03 .. 0:07:09 - Antikrundan Allstars - Fegolhuzz - 3:42 04 .. 0:10:52 - No Conocida - Zardax - 2:57 05 .. 0:13:51 - Wrong Kind of Young - Mahoney - 3:28 06 .. 0:17:17 - Dynamite - Jangler - 4:19 07 .. 0:21:37 - Lets Do It Figge Style! - Klegg - 3:29 08 .. 0:25:07 - Arpalooza - Mr.Death/Stinsen - 3:11 09 .. 0:28:20 - Lonely Planet - Dane - 3:58 10 .. 0:32:20 - A Night in Sunny Skåne - Juzdie - 3:35 11 .. 0:35:55 - The Dream Child - Xiny6581 - 3:08 12 .. 0:39:05 - Chipohoy! - Mythus - 3:18 13 .. 0:42:23 - Take Your Time, Babe - Jammer 14 .. 0:46:14 - The Dense Poppy Cake - Haschpipan - 1:51 15 .. 0:48:06 - Theorizing - GH - 4:13 16 .. 0:52:21 - Glass of Water - Proton - 4:06 17 .. 0:56:29 - Mega... Bugs! - Flotsam - 4:27 18 .. 1:00:57 - Narrow Hallway 96% - ZZAP69 - 3:10 19 .. 1:04:08 - All Roads Lead to UIT - Chuinho - 4:30 20 .. 1:08:39 - Talespinner - DAM - 3:06 21 .. 1:11:46 - Odd Summer - isocosa - 2:06 22 .. 1:13:53 - Turrican Autofire - Shogoon - 2:49 23 .. 1:16:43 - Boogeyman - SIDWAVE - 2:49 24 .. 1:19:28 - From Dusk Til Schweiger - Stabile Altbauten - 3:25 Thanks for listening :) I started a Ko-fi Page lol I you fancy supporting, please do! - https://ko-fi.com/retrograde77 Gubbdata 2020 CSDB page - https://csdb.dk/event/?id=2899 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

Cris Velasco Creates His Soundtrack For 'Carrion' With Slime, Synths And Strings

"Don't play this game before bedtime" is a warning from a review of Carrion , created by the tiny studio of Phobia Games. This reverse-horror game gives players a chance to be the monster, creating destruction in the lab where it escapes captivity. Composer Cris Velasco says he was totally on "Team Monster" as he was creating his soundtrack. Cris created a library of unusual sounds to build the music. He says one of the most enjoyable experiences was getting hold of a container of slime and using it to make all kinds of gushy, wet, slippery sounds, as a reference to the monster's tentacles, which he blended with the live strings and synths. Working with the small team of Phobia Game Studio also gave Cris the chance to fulfill a long-held dream of commissioning an artist to create the cover for the soundtrack album. Cris asked Dan Quintana to design the cover, and the the developers and Cris were thrilled with the result! The soundtrack is available on Chris' Bandcamp . Listen to it

Sound of Play: 264 – the videogame music podcast

Joining Ryan Hamann for this week’s Sound of Play is Cane and Rinse community member David Grund, a.k.a. Wayward Prophet. Every Wednesday in Sound of Play, we bring you some of our favourite pieces from […]

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Bonus Beats 7 The Best of Rhythm and Pixels Smooth Jams

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Rob and Pernell take a back seat this week and let the fine folks at WVGM step in with some smooth jams! WVGM's number 1 radio personality, Arm Chair, plays his favorite smooth jams from the past year of Rhythm and Pixels! Load this up in your car, put the top down, and get ready for the smoothest tunes and some positive vibes.

Rock Out With Your Cart Out 44 – What Did I Just Listen To? (with Alex Messenger)

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This week, I’m joined by Alex Messenger from A VGM Journey to listen to some oddballs. We each picked six songs that didn’t really fit. I went with stuff that didn’t fit with the game in general that track was in. Alex went more with stuff that didn’t fit the rest of the soundtrack. It’s a weird mix of video game music!

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

The ROWYCO logo was designed by Melissa Diaz.

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

-“Title Screen Theme” – Pictionary (NES) – Tim Follin

-“Dog Ending” – Silent Hill 2 (PS2, Xbox) – Akira Yamaoka

-“Battle Theme” – Prodigy

-“Mansion Basement” – Resident Evil – Director’s Cut (PS1) – Makoto Tomozawa, Akari Kaida, and Masami Ueda

-“Boss Battle” – Learn with Pokemon: Typing Adventure (DS) – Azusa Chiba, Masaharu Iwata, and Kimihiro Abe

-“Pizza Theme” – Spider-Man 2 (PS2, GCN, Xbox)

-“Crazy Chocobo” – Final Fantasy XIII-2 (PS3, Xbox 360) – Shawn McPherson

-“Yo Yo Yoshi” – Yoshi’s Story (N64) – Kazumi Totaka

-“Into Free ~Dangan~” – Dragon’s Dogma – B’z

-“Meow Meow Lullaby Remix” – Catz (DS) – Nada Surf

-“Stage 1-1” Super Turrican (SNES) – Chris Hulsbeck

-“Credits Theme” – Rogue Warrior (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)


Aqua Kitty with Electric Cafe – PA134

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Aqua Kitty is an indie game success story. Developed by Tikipod and initially released in 2012 as a Playstation Mobile game, it saw continued releases with new features and improvements up to its most recent release on Switch in 2018, and it remains a blast to play today. We’re very lucky to be joined by… Read More »

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Episode 433: Batman Games

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In this butt-kicking episode, Karl & Will focus on the very cool, dark and devious music of Batman video games! Enjoy this 8-bit-heavy playlist of fantastic music!

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Batman - Naoki Kodaka - Sunsoft - NES - 1989
-Underneath the City
Batman - Naoki Kodaka - Sunsoft - NES - 1989
-Laboratory of Madness
Batman - Nobuyuki Hara - Sunsoft - TG-16 - 1990
-Title & Stage 1
Batman - Naoki Kodaka, Nobuyuki Hara - Sunsoft - Game Boy - 1990
-Gotham City [Stage 1]
Batman - Naoki Kodaka - Sunsoft - Genesis - 1990
-Stage 2 ~Axis Chemical Factory
Batman - Naoki Kodaka - Sunsoft - Genesis - 1990
-Boss Theme
Batman - Naoki Kodaka - Sunsoft - Genesis - 1990
-Stage 3 ~Flugelheim Museum
Batman: Return of the Joker - Naoki Kodaka - Sunsoft - NES - 1991
-Stages 1 & 6 ~Gotham in Danger
Batman: Return of the Joker - Naoki Kodaka - Sunsoft - NES - 1991
-Stages 2-2 & 5-2 ~Urgent Situation
Batman: Return of the Joker - Naoki Kodaka - Sunsoft - NES - 1991
-Stage 3 ~Dangerous Ways
Batman: Return of the Joker - Manami Matsumae - Sunsoft - Game Boy - 1992
-Stage 1: The Sewers
Batman: Return of the Joker - Manami Matsumae - Sunsoft - Game Boy - 1992
-Vs. Boss
Batman Returns - Takashi Tateishi - Konami - NES - 1993
-Stage Theme 1
Batman Returns - Takashi Tateishi - Konami - NES - 1993
-Stage Theme 2
The Adventures of Batman & Robin - Jesper Kyd - Sega - Genesis - 1995
-Big Boss (edit)
Batman: The Brave and the Bold - Jake Kaufman - WayForward - Wii/DS - 2010
-Atlantis Exploration
Batman: The Brave and the Bold - Jake Kaufman - WayForward - Wii/DS - 2010
-Gotham
Batman: The Brave and the Bold - Jake Kaufman - WayForward - Wii/DS - 2010
-Space Lab Interiors
Batman: Arkham Origins - Christopher Drake - Warner Bros. - PS3/360 - 2013
-Main Titles
Lego Batman 2 - Danny Elfman, Rob Westwood - Warner Bros. - PS3/360/Wii - 2012
-Attack of the Batwing