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Sound of Play 278 – The videogame music podcast

Ryan flies solo with some community requests this week, coming from Flabyo, RetroClarence, Mr Ixolite, and DomsBeard. Every Wednesday in Sound of Play, we bring you some of our, and your, favourite pieces from the […]

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Battle Bards Episode 182: Last Oasis

What does the apocalypse sound like? That's the burning question, so to speak, that the Battle Bards are investigating this week as they dive into the soundtrack to Last Oasis. Michał Korniewicz's unique score is a haunting experience that must be heard to be believed. But at the end of it all, will it be enough to endure?

Episode 182 show notes

  • Intro (feat. "Seven Pieces of the Moon," "Before the Reckoning," and "Against All Odds")
  • "Beast from Beneath"
  • "Growth"
  • "Woodpunk"
  • "The Old Ways"
  • "The Flotillans"
  • "Big Red"
  • "Chase the Bard"
  • Which one did we like the best?
  • Listener notes from Mika, Minimalistway, and Bullwraith
  • Jukebox picks: "Out of the North" from Assassin's Creed Valhalla, "Main Theme Part 3" from Baldur's Gate 3, and "Super Sonic" from Sonic Mania
  • Outro (feat. )

"Noise from the Hearts of Nerds" C1E55a: "The Best of 2019 pt. 1: Listener Picks"

Today’s broadcast is C1E55a for Wayback Wednesday, December 2nd, 2020. Today’s episode will be "Best of 2019 pt.1 - Listener Picks" - a 50 track collection culled from 79 total, and 61 unique submissions between nine distinct contributors, all from episodes featured in our calendar 2019 "Season 3".

Track# – Track – Game – System – Composer(s) - Original Episode – Selected for this collection by* – Originally Selected in original episode by – Timestamp

01) Intro – 00:00:00

02) Main Theme – Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – WiiU / Switch – Manaka Kataoka, Yasuaki Iwata, and/or Hajime Watai – Ep 49 – Jeshua Lack / Chris Murray – Mario Mendez – 00:

03) The Scars of Time (Opening) – Chrono Cross – PS1 – Yasunori Mitsuda – Ep 49 – Jeshua Lack / Chris Murray / Mario Mendez – Mario Mendez – 00:

04) My Intellivision – Intellivision Lives – Multiplatform – Michael Schwartz and/or Tom Kahelin – Ep 41 – Electric Boogaloo – St. John – 00:

05) Studiopolis Zone Act 2 – Sonic Mania – Multiplatform – Tee Lopes – Ep 41 – Chris Murray / Mario Mendez – St. John – 00:

06) This is True Love Makin' – Capcom vs. SNK 2 – Multiplatform – Satoshi Ise – Ep 49 – Trey Johnson – Mario Mendez – 00:

07) The Poets 1 – Streets of Rage 3 – Genesis – Yuzo Koshiro and/or Motohiro Kawashima – Ep 44 – Chris Murray / Pernell Vaughn – St. John – 00:

08) Shout in the Dark – Moto Roader – TG16 – Koji Hayama – Ep 47b – Pernell Vaughn – St. John – 00:

09) Stages 2 & 6 – Bio-Hazard Battle – Genesis – Shigehasu Isoda – Ep 41 – Electric Boogaloo – St. John – 00:

10) First Step Towards War – Ys 1 & 2 – TG16 – c: Yuzo Koshiro a: Mieko Ishikawa – Ep 47a – Chris Murray / Trey Johnson – Bryce Dumond – 00:

11) Gravity Beetbood Stage – Mega Man X3 – PS1 – Kinuyo Yamashita – Ep 49 – Jeshua Lack / Chris Murray / Pernell Vaughn – Mario Mendez – 00:

12) Grand Metropolis – Sonic Heroes – Multiplatform – Jun Senoue – Ep 49 – Pernell Vaughn – Mario Mendez – 00:

13) Ancient Ruins of Hyvoris – Dungeon Explorer 2 – TG16 – Masaaki Inoue and/or Akihiro Honma – Ep 47b – Pernell Vaughn – St. John – 00:

14) Palace of Destruction – Ys 1 & 2 – TG16 – c: Yuzo Koshiro a: Mieko Ishikawa – Ep 47a – Chris Murray – Bryce Dumond – 00:

15) Heaven's Rain – We Love Katamari – PS2 - Yuu Miyake, Hiroshi Okubo, Hideki Tobeta, Akitaka Tohyama, Yuri Misumi, Katsuro Tajima, Yoshihito Yano, and/or Masashi Sugiyama – Ep 41 – Hugues Johnson – St. John – 00:

16) Stickerbush Symphony – Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest – SNES – David Wise – Ep 49 – Trey Johnson / Mario Mendez – Mario Mendez – 00:

17) Map – Waterworld – SNES – Dean Evans – Ep 41 – The Diad – St. John – 00:

18) Quartz Quadrant Zone: Good Future – Sonic CD (JP/EU) – Mega CD – Naofumi Hataya and/or Masafumi Ogata – Ep 49 – Mario Mendez – Mario Mendez – 00:

19) Cheap Shop – Scott Pilgrim vs The World – Multiplatform – James DeVito – Ep 49 – Chris Murray / Trey Johnson / Mario Mendez – Mario Mendez – 00:

20) In-Game 3 – Kaizu Chounin Shubibinman – PC Engine – Koji Hayama – Ep 47a – Pernell Vaughn – St. John – 00:

21) Hot Head Bop – Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest – SNES – David Wise – Ep 49 – Chris Murray / Mario Mendez – Mario Mendez – 00:

22) Inner Darkside – Shinobi 3 – Genesis – Masayuki Nagao, Hirofumi Murasaki and/or Morihiko Akiyama – Ep 42 – Electric Boogaloo – St. John – 00:

23) International Karate – International Karate – C64 – Rob Hubbard – Ep 43 – Chris Murray – Henrik Andersson – 00:

24) Chun-Li – Street Fighter II: Champion Edition – PC Engine – Yoko Shimomura – Ep 47c – Hugues Johnson – St. John – 00:

25) Level Theme 1 – Shinobi – PC Engine – c: Yashiro Kawakami a: Unknown – Ep 47b – Chris Murray / Nathan Cooper – St. John – 00:

26) Auzal Stage – Lords of Thunder – TG16 – Satoshi Miyshita - Ep 47a – Pernell Vaughn – Bryce Dumond – 00:

27) Vampire Killer – Akumajou Dracula: Chi no Rondo (aka Castlevania: Rondo of Blood) – PC Engine – Mikio Saitou, Akiropito, Kinuyo Yamashita and/or Satoe Terashima – Ep 47b – Chris Murray / Trey Johnson – Bryce Dumond – 00:

28) Whirlwind – Shinobi 3 – Genesis – Masayuki Nagao, Hirofumi Murasaki and/or Morihiko Akiyama – Ep 42 – Mario Mendez – St. John – 00:

29) To Make the End of Battle – Ys 1 & 2 – TG16 – c: Yuzo Koshiro a: Mieko Ishikawa – Ep 47b – Chris Murray / Pernell Vaughn – Bryce Dumond - 00:

30) Metro City Subway – Final Fight – Arcade – Junko Tamiya – Ep 46 – Chris Murray – Electric Boogaloo – 00:

31) Metro City Subway – Final Fight – SNES – c: Junko Tamiya a: Toshio Kajino – Ep 46 – Pernell Vaughn – Electric Boogaloo – 00:

32) Idaten – Shinobi 3 – Genesis – Masayuki Nagao, Hirofumi Murasaki and/or Morihiko Akiyama – Ep 42 – Mario Mendez – St. John – 00:

33) Final Stage – Magical Chase – TG16 – Htoshi Sakimoto and/or Masaharu Iwata – Ep 47c – Chris Murray – St. John – 00:

34) Marble Zone – Sonic the Hedgehog – Genesis – Masato Nakamura – Ep 49 – Jeshua Lack – Mario Mendez – 00:

35) Mission 4 – Shadow Squadron – 32X – Teruhiko Nakagawa and/or Masaru Setsumaru – Ep 44 – Electric Boogaloo / Nathan Cooper – St. John – 00:

36) Area 1 – Blaster Master Zero – 3DS / Switch – c: Naoki Kodaka a: Haruhisa "Hally" Tanaka and/or Ryo Kawakami – Ep 46 – Chris Murray – Electric Boogaloo – 00:

37) Stage 1 – Dragon Spirit – TG16 – Shinji Hosoe – Ep 47c – Nathan Cooper – St. John – 00:

38) Fountain of Love – Ys 1 & 2 – TG16 – c: Yuzo Koshiro a: Mieko Ishikawa – Ep 47b – Chris Murray – Bryce Dumond – 00:

39) Elena Stage – Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike – Multiplatform – Hideki Okugawa – Ep 49 – Electric Boogaloo / Chris Murray – Mario Mendez – 00:

40) Rush and Beat – Shinobi 3 – Genesis – Masayuki Nagao, Hirofumi Murasaki and/or Morihiko Akiyama – Ep 42 – Pernell Vaughn – St. John – 00:

41) Moon – Streets of Rage 3 – Genesis – Yuzo Koshiro and/or Motohiro Kawashima – Ep 44 – Chris Murray – St. John – 00:

42) Solitary – Shinobi 3 – Genesis – Masayuki Nagao, Hirofumi Murasaki and/or Morihiko Akiyama – Ep 42 – Nathan Cooper – St. John – 00:

43) Stage 6 – Legendary Axe 2 – TG16 – Tsukasa Masuko – Ep 47c – Nathan Cooper – St. John – 00:

44) Boss – Bonk's Adventure – TG16 – Tsukasa Masuko and/or Hirohiko Takayama – Ep 47a – Nathan Cooper – Bryce Dumond – 00:

45) Hateno Village (Night) - Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – WiiU / Switch – Manaka Kataoka, Yasuaki Iwata, and/or Hajime Watai – Ep 49 – Jeshua Lack – Mario Mendez – 00:

46) Home Aruni Village – Chrono Cross – PS1 – Yasunori Mitsuda – Ep 49 – Hugues Johnson / Pernell Vaughn – Mario Mendez – 00:

47) The Burning Sands – Final Fantasy X – PS2 – Masashi Hamauzu – Ep 44 – Chris Murray – St. John – 00:

48) Ice Cave – Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time – N64 / 3DS – Koji Kondo – Ep 41 – Mario Mendez – St. John – 00:

49) Ice Land – Bonk's Revenge – TG16 – Hirohiko Takayama – Ep 47b – Hugues Johnson – St. John – 00:

50) Relax and Reflect – Final Fantasy XV – Multiplatform – Yoko Shimomura – Ep 44 – Hugues Johnson – St. John – 00:

51) Your Sunset – Tekken Tag Tournament – Multiplatform – Taku Inoue – Ep 49 – Mario Mendez – Mario Mendez – 00:

52) Outro – 02:

Music Block Runtime: 02:15:18 Total Episode Runtime:

Note: Listeners get first dibs on all tracks that both they and St. John wanted for their episodes. So, any such "overlap" tracks appear in this episode and will not appear in St. John's follow-up. However, the overlap tracks ARE indicated in the track list like so: BOLD / ITALIC / UNDERLINE tracks were on St. John's main track list, where BOLD, but non-italic or underline were on St. John's backup track list. There are fifteen of the former and nine of the latter in this list.

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

Produced using Ardour 6 / Audacity in Ubuntu Studio 20.04

A number of our contributing listeners have projects of their own that I would wish to share with you here:

Hugues Johnson: In addition to being my principle co-host on the all-new "Nerd Noise Radio – Channel 2", Hugues, along with one "Rob, from Detroit" host the video game talk podcast "Retro Game Club", which covers retro and current video game news, particularly as it brushes up against the retro gaming world, and with a programers and developers bent (but at a lay user accessibility level). Retro Game Club can be found here:

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

The Diad: Ben, "The Diad" Dishman produces a now and then podcast called "The Diad Presents: A VGM Podcast", which goes deeper into history, composer info, and various factoids and trivia than any other program I know of. You can find it here:

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-diad-presents-a-vgm-podcast/id1209626172

Pernell Vaughn: Pernell is one half of the Yin / Yang dynamic duo that is "Rhythm and Pixels". Pernell is the yang to Rob Nichol's yin, the fire, and energy and bombast to Rob's super laid-back ultra-chill, and the combination of the two energies is simply fantastic – unlike anything else you will find in the VGM podosphere. You can find R&P's "R&P" here:

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rhythm-and-pixels-video-game-music-podcast/id1061486328

Also look up Indie Gaiden on YouTube to find "Blown Cartridges", also featuring Pernell:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoDQj54Gd-w8RTdukMrQScQ

Trey Johnson: Trey, along with Jereme Makowski, and Jon Knitter are the hosts of the Nintendomain Podcast, a VGM talk pod, which covers the full spectrum of video game news, dabbles in news and current events outside of video games, and features frequent, and robust interviews with people from all over the video game spaces (including, once in a while, yours truly). In addition to Nintendomain, Trey also produces a now and then VGM mixtape pod called W.A.R.T. radio, DJ's VGM in Chicagoland, and does a now and then program with his wife, Jess Kenyon called "The Honey Darling Show", which covers movies and pop culture. All three pod programs can be found on the Nintendomain podcast feed here:

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nintendomain/id1055861408

Mario Mendez: Mario's program, "Grown-Up Pixels" features a mix of programs focusing on video game music, videogame talk, and most commonly (as well as most powerfully), video game memories and reflections. The heart and soul to "Grown Up Pixels", and the enthusiasm with which it's presented is unparalleled. You can find Grown-Up Pixels here:

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/grown-up-pixels-podcast/id1467237767

You can also find Facebook and Twitter pages / groups for all of these, and in some cases, dedicated websites or blogs. Get subscribed, and get listening to / reading these great individuals' other works!

*= In cases where tracks were selected by multiple listeners, they were listed in the order in which they submitted tracks: Jeshua was first, then Hugues, EB, The Diad, Chris, Nathan, Pernell, Trey, and finally, Mario. I had mentioned that this 50 tracks came from a total of 79 submissions, containing 61 unique tracks. Since 50 was the hard limit, that left 11 tracks that we had to cut. I won't list the cut tracks here. But I will include a OneDrive link to the worksheet .docx that I used to sort all the selections, who made them, what tracks did and did not make the cut, as well as notes to the contributors, since this was a document I shared with all of them early on:

https://1drv.ms/w/s!AqhGLz1m7arYiOkZaA7HFC5IZLHV6w?e=s3Y6aY

I'll also share a link to the original list of eligible tracks from 2019 that I gave them to make their selections from, as it now contains new sheets revealing all sorts of additional info and "peeks behind the curtain"….including, for the astute...more than a few pt. 2 spoilers! 😉

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ZvIIIqKLtHU9AEHZ2FZv1R7zl1goBVme6rQzsSlxEC4/edit?usp=sharing

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

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

or here

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

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

Our YouTube Channel can be found here:

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

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

nerdnoiseradio.blogspot.com.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thanks for listening! Join us again this time next week for C1E55b: "The Best of 2019 pt 2. - St. John's Picks" a 3.5hr, 75 track BEHEMOTH! Delicious VGM on Noise from the Hearts of Nerds....and wherever you are....Fly the N!!!

Cheers!


Episode 25-7 Podcastiversary 5

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This week we are celebrating 5 years of Rhythm and Pixels! That's 5 years of music, fun, and Pernell's sexy voice every week! We're looking back at our favorite episodes and picking our top 5 favorite songs of the year!

Also on the show Rob gives Pernell the ULTIMATE Trails of Cold Steel quiz. And finally! Rob learns what Pernell means about Van Johnson! There's all this and more, so get ready for a JAM!

Episode 225: Rat Butter Universe

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Sprite art is awesome and since it's our theme we may feature awesome tunes from retro games or from current generation retro-styled games! That said, we listen to awesome tunes and then go wildly off-topic while discussing dog armies, rat butter, great grandpas, long lost brothers, and how to fix the best of all cinematic universes! 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, 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 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

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

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

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


Episode 2-7: Pokemon! with the Last Rican and Pernell

Welcome to our first ever Patron-requested episode! Our wonderful patron, Daryll "The Last Rican" Bowers, host of the VGM Fight Club podcast, has brought along a good friend, Pernell of the Rhythm and Pixels podcast! It's an extra-long podcast host extravaganza as we discuss a series that is very close to three of our hearts: Pokemon!   

Enjoy a diverse selection of tunes from three veterans and one noob (yours truly) as we explore a small part of the history of this world-famous, long-running franchise. The Last Rican has also brought along some quiz questions to try to stump Pernell and Shootkapow. See how many you can answer as you follow us on our journey through the various Pokemon regions! 

Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. Special thanks to Naomi Rubin for our amazing new cover art! Links to their content can be found below the playlist on our YouTube video! You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us by e-mail at verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com, on Twitter @Shootkapow, or by leaving us a voice message at anchor.com/vgmvgm. You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you!  


Play-in – The Last Rican Theme by Shootkapow  3:29 - Pokemon Blue/Red - Junichi Masuda - Nintendo/Game Freak - Game Boy - 1996 cover by jesterdist  

9:34 - Route 120 - Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire - Go Ichinose, Morikazu Aoki, Junichi Masuda - Nintendo, The Pokemon Company/Game Freak - Game Boy Advance - 2002  

24:37 - Skyarrow Bridge - Pokemon Black/White - Shota Kageyama, Go Ichinose, Hitomi Sato, Junichi Masuda, Minako Adachi - Nintendo, The Pokemon Company/Game Freak - DS - 2010   

42:14 - Main Menu - Pokemon Duel - Shota Kageyama - The Pokemon Company/Heroz - Android/iOS - 2016   

56:29 - Hi Score Screen - Pokemon Pinball - Go Ichinose - Nintendo/Jupiter, HAL Laboratory - Game Boy Color - 1999   

1:08:08 - Elite 4 Battle - Pokemon Black/White - Shota Kageyama, Go Ichinose, Hitomi Sato, Junichi Masuda, Minako Adachi - Nintendo, The Pokemon Company/Game Freak - DS - 2010   

1:16:01 - Dialga’s Fight to the Finish! - Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Explorers of Time and Darkness - Arata Iiyoshi, Hideki Sakamoto, Keisuke Ito, Ryoma Nakamura, Kenichi Saito - Nintendo, The Pokemon Company/Chunsoft - DS - 2007   

1:29:08 - Great Paradise - Learn With Pokemon: Typing Adventure - Azusa Chiba, Masaharu Iwata, Kimihiro Abe, Music Supervisor Hitoshi Sakimoto - Nintendo, The Pokemon Company/Genius Sonority - DS - 2011    

1:40:22 - Battle vs Red Theme - Pokemon Soul Silver/Heart Gold - Go Ichinose, Shota Kageyama, Hitomi Sato, Junichi Masuda, Takuto Kitsuta - Nintendo, The Pokemon Company/Game Freak - DS - 2009   

1:57:32 - Koga's Theme - Pokemon Puzzle League - John Siegler, Marry Corallo, Louis Cortelezzi, Ken Cumminos, Neil Jason, Michael Whalen, Ralph Schucketit, Brian Steckler, and Lawrence Schwedler - Nintendo/Nintendo Software Technology - N64 - 2000   

2:15:22 - Battle! Rival Hugh - Pokemon Black 2 & White 2 - Go Ichinose, Hitomi Sato, Teruo Taniguchi - Nintendo, The Pokemon Company/Game Freak - DS - 2012   

2:34:00 - Dragon’s Nest - Pokken Tournament - Hiroki Hashimoto - Bandai Namco Studios/The Pokemon Company - Arcade/Wii-U/Switch - 2015   

2:49:17 - Legendary Pokemon Theme - Pokemon Diamond/Pearl - Go Ichinose, Junichi Masuda, Hitomi Sato, Morikazu Aoki - Nintendo, The Pokemon Company/Game Freak - DS - 2006  

3:16:18 - Phenac City - Pokemon Colosseum - Tsukasa Tawada - Nintendo, The Pokemon Company/Genius Sonority - GameCube - 2003 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message


[038] An Oracle Of Summer

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About: It is the first day of Summer down here in the Southern Hemisphere, and as such, we are featuring yet another seasonal episode with some of our favourite Summer-themed tracks. Whether you’re sharing the warmth with us, or currently feeling the cold breeze of Winter where you are, looking for a bit of warmth, we’ve got you covered!

Artwork: Nintendo of Europe

00:00 - The Color Of The Summer Sky [Secret of Mana]
by Hiroki Kikuta >

02:20 - Summer [Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals]
by Yasunori Shiono >

03:47 - One Step Closer [Ragnarok Online]
by soundTeMP >

06:44 - Summer (Tropicala) [Stardew Valley]
by ConcernedApe >

09:55 - Summer In Lacunosa [Pokémon Black & White Version]
by Hitomi Sato >

11:35 - Dance In The Sunshine [Tales of Symphonia]
by Shinji Tamura, Motoi Sakuraba, Takeshi Arai >

13:22 - Summer [Rune Factory 3]
by Tomoko Morita >

15:36 - Bianco Hills [Super Mario Sunshine]
by Koji Kondo >

18:19 - Undella Town (Summer) [Pokémon Black & White Version]
by Shota Kageyama >

19:49 - Sunshine Cassette (Save Select) [Sonic Mania]
by Tee Lopes >

22:31 - Town (Sunlight On The Water) [Etrian Odyssey III]
by Yuzo Koshiro >

25:55 - Main Theme (Summer) [Fire Emblem: Awakening]
by Hiroki Morishita >

26:56 - Everyday Sunshine [Persona 4 Golden]
by Shoji Meguro >

30:12 - Sunshine Seaside ~ Underwater [Super Mario 3D World]
by Koji Kondo >

32:31 - Passing Breeze (Euro Mix) [OutRun 2]
by Richard Jacques, Hiroshi Kawaguchi >

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A Road Walked by Heroes

A sequel of sorts to the “Lonesome Journeys” episode I did way back when, this episode is all about “sad travel music” — the kind of stuff you might associate with an RPG overworld, where the world is big and open and mysterious and you have to venture forth anyway. It’s a little somber, it’s a little hopeful, and it seems perfect for a late autumn day.

And if you haven’t yet, also give a listen to my episode “The Overworld Mixtape,” which is nothing but RPG overworld themes — no talking!

Track listing:

0:09 Character Selection / Golden Axe II (Sega Genesis) / Naofumi Hataya

1:52 Harvest November / Seiken Densetsu 3 (Super Famicom) / Hiroki Kikuta

6:49 The Journey / Arcana (Super Nintendo) / Jun Ishikawa and Hirokazu Ando

9:11 Sword of Vermillion / Last City (Sega Genesis) / Yasunori Shiono

11:46 Tower / Brandish (Super Nintendo) / Falcom Sound Team

15:57 Bipartite Planet Sharil Daril / Blue Almanac (Sega Genesis) / Noriyuki Iwadare and Masaru Suzuki

17:32 Just Like the Mountain, He Will Not Move / Treasure Hunter G (Super Famicom) / John Pee

20:36 Walking in Peace / Bounty Sword (Super Famicom) / Kohei Tanaka and Akihiko Mori

21:41 Planet 1 / Cyber Knight (PC Engine) / Unknown Composer

23:17 Ending Theme / Cadash (Turbografx-16) / Toshiko Tasaki

25:38 Field 1 / Double Dungeons (Turbografx-16) / Unknown Composer

27:27 Map Theme / Benkei Gaiden (Turbografx-16) / Masashi Kageyama

30:15 King of Berserker / Bahamut Senki (Sega Genesis) / Keisuke Tsukahara

32:39 Exotic Country Road / Pocky & Rocky 2 (Super NES) / Hiroyuki Iwatsuki, Kinuyo Yamashita, Haruo Ohashi and Asuka Yamao

35:09 Field 1 / Tenshi no Uta: Shiroki Tsubasa no Inori (Super Famicom) / Motoi Sakuraba and Shinji Tamura

38:29 Early Operation / Dyna Brothers 2 (Mega Drive) / Masami Yitsuse

40:33 Mountain Road / Hamelin no Violin Hiki (Super Famicom) / Yoshiyuki Mori

42:50 Track 6 / Monster Maker III (Super Famicom) / Unknown Composer

45:24 Opening Theme / 3x3 Eyes: Jūma Hōkan (Super Famicom) / Unknown Composer

47:26 Overworld / Terranigma / Miyoko Takaoka and Masanori Hikichi

48:54 Between Two Worlds / Treasure of the Rudras (Super Famicom) / Ryuji Sasai

51:40 Long Valley / Tales of Phantasia (Super Famicom) / Motoi Sakuraba, Shinji Tamura and Ryota Furuya

54:37 Breath of the Earth / Tactics Ogre (Super Famicom) / Hitoshi Sakimoto and Masaharu Iwata

58:07 Final Battle / Lufia 2: Rise of the Sinistrals (Super NES) / Yasunori Shiono

60:37 Road Walked By Heroes / Albert Odyssey (Super Famicom) / Naoki Kodaka

63:11 Underworld / Final Fantasy IV (Super NES) / Nobuo Uematsu

64:45 Ruins / Golden Axe II (Sega Genesis) / Naofumi Hataya

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Episode 117: Pilotwings

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Matt and Kris take to the skies with the Super NES classic Pilotwings. Useful Links

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Aworg: Hero in the Sky – PA138

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The most interesting thing about Aworg: Hero in the Sky is that it was released on Sega Meganet, an early online service and precursor to the Sega Channel. Released in 1991 by Sega, Aworg is a short and fairly unremarkable action game where you traverse a maze in a robotic suit that can fly around,… Read More »

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Bonus Episode: Marcato Radio 22

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It's time for another installment of Marcato Radio! Once again, it's another non-stop collection of outstanding video game music. Many you've heard before, and some you have not. This time, the playlist features a heavy dose of Nintendo. Enjoy!

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Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story - Yoko Shimomura - Kinoko Town

Kirby's Dream Land 3 - Jun Ishikawa - Grass Land 4

F-Zero X - Taro Bando, Hajime Wakai - Climb Up! And Get The Last Chance!

Mario Party 3 - Ichiro Shimakura - Good Luck!

Monopoly (Wii) - Unknown - BGM 16

Super Princess Peach - Akira Fujiwara - Ladida Plains 1

Fire Emblem Fates - Hiroki Morishita - Condemnation

Animal Crossing: New Horizons - Yasuaki Iwata, Yumi Takahashi - 7AM

International Superstar Soccer 64 - Kazuhiko Uehara - BGM 12

Mother 3 - Shogo Sakai - Butch and the Villagers

Rhythm Heaven Fever - Mitsuo Terada - Hole in One

New Super Mario Bros. U - Shiho Fujii - Staff Roll

Black Bird: Tori Tachi no Tooboe - Takeaki Watanabe - Explorers

Shogo Nomura - Smile

Star Fox 2 - Kozue Ishikawa, Yumiko Kanki - Venom

20XX - Brandon Ellis - 20XX

Kirby's Return to Dream Land - Hirokazu Ando - Magolor the Wayfarer

BotB - Spooky VRC6 - Jredd - Spoop Goop Boogie

Wario's Woods - Soyo Oka - Vs. Mode

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer - Kazumi Totaka - House Preview


KVGM "The Last Wave" (11/29/20)

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

Happy belated Thanksgiving, to you and your family! And if you don't celebrate Thanksgiving, you can still enjoy these jams courtesy of the Last Wave. It's like an all-you-can-listen buffet of smooth video game music, featuring favorite consoles like the Nintendo 64 and Amiga, a lesser favorites like the GameCube and Sega CD, as well as golf, Sonic the Hedgehog, and colorful logic. Because who doesn't think in color? 


Playlist

Moon Shine ~ City - Yoshitaka Hirota
(Shadow Hearts: From the New World, Playstation 2)

Manual - Naofumi Hataya
(Sonic Gems Collection, Nintendo GameCube)

Main Menu - Yusuke Takahama
(Nakajima Satoru Kanshuu: F-1 Grand Prix, Sega Mega Drive)

Ice Fire ~ Heart of Ice, Fury of Fire - MANYO
(Shirogane no Soleil: Successor of Wyrd, PC)

What Game Shall We Play? - Junichi Yoshida, Koji Onari and Kazuaki Nagai
(Puyo Puyo~n Party,  Nintendo 64)

Top Menu - Nobuyuki Shioda and Juri Goto
(Golf Daisuke!: Let's Play Golf, Game Boy Color)

Tutorial - Unknown
(Colorful Logic, Playstation)

Ending - Jarl Nemet
(Plexu: The Time Travelers, Amiga)

Special Request

Quartz Quadrant "G" mix - Naofumi Hataya
(Sonic CD, Sega CD)



Austin Wintory Finds His Path With His Soundtrack For 'The Pathless'

The Pathless is the latest game created by Giant Squid studios. A mysterious island is plagued with darkness emanating from cursed beings, and it's up to a fearless Hunter and her Eagle companion to rid the island of these beasts. Austin Wintory created a pan-cultural soundtrack with diverse instruments including a traditional Swedish nyckelharpa, a Middle Eastern Oud, flutes and whistles, but he says the soul of the music comes from a six-hour jam session he had with the Alash Ensemble from Tuva. During its three-year development, T he Pathless grew in scale and identity. Austin collaborated with Giant Squid 's Director Matt Nava to re-imagine his music to fit the ancient, multi-cultural world of what Austin describes as a "playable myth." Portions of the soundtrack featuring brass and percussion were recorded at the legendary Abbey Road Studio in London. Austin also rounded up many of the musicians whom he's worked with on other soundtracks, including wind and reed instrument

Level 39 Thanksgiving

Password Entry - Mega Bomberman - Jun Chikuma

Leaving - Paradise Killer - Barry Topping

Rapmaster Rocket Racket - ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove - Cody Wright

Rising Tide - Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War - Jack Wall

The Only Thing They Fear Is You - Doom Eternal - Mick Gordon

Big Blue - F-Zero - Yumiko Kanki and Naoto Ishida

Subterranean Speedway - Pac Man World Rally - Tommy Tallarico, Dweezil Zappa, Mike Rubino, Rod Abernethy , and Charlie Malone

Parachute - Game & Watch Gallery 2 - Noriko Nishizaka, Yoko Mizuta, and Saburo Sasaki

Johto Trainer Battle - Pokémon Gold and Silver - Junichi Masuda, Go Ichinose, and Morikazu Aoki

Dancing Mad - Final Fantasy VI - Nobuo Uematsu


Episode 72 :: Manawave, W/F Music from Final Fantasy 13

Show notes and gallery: http://videogamegrooves.com/2020/11/25/episode-72-manawave-w-f-music-from-final-fantasy-13

It’s time to talk turkey about video game music on vinyl record, and we’re going to start with the drunken uncle at the gathering: lo-fi hip-hop. We’re joined by Caleb Denney, formerly of Debug Records but newly of Channel 3 Records, to talk about some great and noteworthy feature picks! We begin with the cross-label release of Manawave, an ostensibly low (but not-low) fi (but not-fi) hip (but not-hip) hop (but not-hop) adaptation of Secret of Mana. We admire its aspirations and discuss the album’s flowing intentionality and mood, as well as the improbable path to approval by Mana’s original composer, Hiroki Kikuta and the album art by Hiroo Isono. We continue to Anthony’s pick of W/F Music from Final Fantasy XIII, and champion the unusual divergence the divisive game’s music takes from the rest of the canon. A tiny bit of soapboxing and gushing later, and we ponder Square-Enix’s vinyl trajectory toward mediocrity from this serendipitously wonderful release.

We take care of the news and releases, as always, keeping you informed just in time for those spendy, spendy holidays. And for our final segment, we decide to deeply interrogate the idea of “exceptional” music in the game music vinyl space. What qualifies as exceptional? Are we getting exceptional releases? Do we deserve them? What does the future hold? Is Mass Effect’s music really that good? Listen and find out!

Outro: “Can’t Catch a Break!” – Final Fantasy XIII, by Masashi Hamauzu

VOTE: Video Game Music on Vinyl’s Best of 2020 Community Poll, by BlipBlop.net

Twitter – @vg_grooves, @jeremy_lamont, @ch3records

Channel 3 Records Website

Links:
SteamWorld Tower Defense Reimagined (Thunderful)
The Pathless (iam8bit)
Radirgy Swag (fashionstore.jp)
Carrion (Materia Collective)
Guacamelee (Ship to Shore)
Guacamelee 2 (Ship to Shore)
The Music of Destiny Vol 2 (Bungie US) (Bungie EU)
Haven (G4F Records)
Resident Evil 6 (Laced, Limited Ed) (Standard Ed)
Art of Fighting 3 (Bigwax) (Limited Run Games)
Shenmue III (Standard Bigwax) (Standard Limited Run Games)
Blossom Tales (Respawned Records)
Serious Sam 4 (Special reserve Games)
Zelda & Chill 2 (Bandcamp crowdfunding) Ends Dec 11
Firewatch (Kickstarter) Ends Nov 30



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Sound of Play: 277 – the videogame music podcast

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

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Very Good Music Bonus Episode 3: A Tribute to VGM Podcasters, Part 2

Guests: Alex "The Messenger" Messenger, electricboogaloo, Daniel "Muddle Madness" Perkey, Cam Werme, and Darryl "The Last Rican" Bowers; special thanks to the VGM podcasters who lent their voices to the special message!)


BGMania (Bryan)

5:52 - Arthas, My Son– World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King – Neal Acree, Jason Hayes – Blizzard – Windows – 2008


The WaveBack Podcast (Kris & Matt)

14:18 - Magnet Man – Rockman III – Yasuaki "Bun Bun" Fujita – Capcom – NES – 1990

15:39 - Main Theme: 50 Players Left – Tetris 99 – Teruo Taniguchi – Nintendo – Switch – 2019


The VGM Lounge (Derek & Matt

21:22 - Swivel – Trials of Mana Remake – Hiroki Kikuta – Square Enix – Switch/Windows/PS4 – 2020

22:41 - Demon Lord Ninetails Extermination – Okami – Rei Kondoh – Capcom – PS2/Wii – 2006


Pixelated Audio (Bryan, James, & Gene)

30:37 - You're Not Alone – Final Fatasy IX – Nobuo Uematsu – Square – PS1 – 2001

32:52 - Tower 5 – Spanky's Quest (Game Boy) – Hiroyuki Itwatsuki – Taito – Game Boy – 1991

34:15 - A Curious Happening – Secret of Mana – Hiroki Kikuta – Square – SNES – 1993


KVGM The Last Wave (Hammock)

36:48- Dream of the Shore Near Another World – Chrono Cross – Yasunori Mitsuda - Square – PS1 – 1999


Game That Tune (John H., Johnny, David, & Jesse)

48:00 - The Oracle – Secret of Mana – Hiroki Kikuta – Square – SNES – 1993

49:42 - Launch Base Zone – Sonic the Hedgehog 3 – Brad Buxer, Cirocco Jones, Bobby Brooks, Darryl Ross, Geoff Grace, Doug Grigsby, Sachio Ogawa, Tatsuyuki Maeda, Jun Senoue, Michael Jackson – Sega – Genesis – 1994

50:47 - Lightning Battle – Kid Icarus Uprising – Motoi Sakuraba – Nintendo – 3DS – 2012

55:48 - Stage 4 – Sky Shark – Tim Follin – Romstar – NES – 1989


XVGM Radio (Mike & Justin)

1:12:56 - Tifa's Theme – Final Fantasy VII – Nobuo Uematsu – Square – PS1 – 1997

1:15:31 - Rock is Sponge – Rez – Keiichi Sugiyama – Sega – Dreamcast – 2001


The VGMBassy (Ed)

1:25:54 - Jurassic Dope – Contra Hard Corps – Hiroshi Kobayashi – Konami – Genesis – 1994


Rhythm and Pixels (Rob & Pernell)

1:38:11 - Happy Birthday! – Gimmick – Masashi Kageyama – Sunsoft – NES – 1992

1:40:30 - Holders of Power – Ys I & II – Ryo Yonemitsu – Hudson Soft – TurboGrafx–CD – 1989


A VGM Journey (The Messenger)

1:54:53 - Special Message – Under-music includes Oil Panic from Game & Watch Gallery (from Sound Test Lee), Song of Elune from World of Warcraft (from BGMania Bryan), Last Wave from Outrun (from KVGM Hammock), and Ripples on the Water and The Melting Pot from Super Marcato Bros. Will Brueggemann’s AXIOM.

2:04:49 - Ransacked – Wolfenstein: The New Order – Mick Gordon – Bethesda Softworks – Windows/PS3/XB360 – 2014


For links to all the shows, check out the video on YouTube!

Special thanks to our patrons, Alex Messenger, Skeletroy, Carlos Leon-Roman, and The Last Rican!

Special thanks to Naomi Rubin for the new VGMVGM logo! Check out her work on Patreon and read her comics on moonsproutstation.com!

Thanks also to Carlos Leon-Roman and Ben "The Diad" Dishman for additional show artwork! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message


Bonus Beats 8 Racing Games

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Vroom! Let's go fast! This week's show is a special mixtape of the funkiest racing music we could find! Expect some rockin tunes from classic Nintendo titles, Dreamcast games, and deep arcade cuts! Let this be the perfect playlist to get you in the mood for driving!

Don't forget that next week's show is a celebration of 5 years of the podcast! Can you believe it? We're asking all of our listeners for your favorite tracks/topics/moments of the past year, let us know in our email! rhythmandpixels@hotmail.com

We're also partnering with our podcast host Blubrry to offer our listeners 1 month of free podcast hosting and statistics! Ready to take your show to the next level? Blubrry has the fastest downloads with the most in-depth listener statistics!
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Episode 63 – Same Song, Different System

Podcast VGM XVGM Radio

Comparing and analyzing differences is often done on XVGM Radio, but when it comes to the Same Song, Different System episodes, it’s on a whole other level! Today, Mike and Justin are doing a deep dive into the world of retro gaming video game music in a special free picks episode, but unlike most free picks that happen every 20th episode, we’re doing a comparison to other ports and versions of these songs! Mike attempts to serenade Justin with his best (or in this case, worst) Judy Kuhn vocal impressions, the guys chat about foreign 7-Up mascots, and discuss the highs and lows of songs that get arranged elsewhere. Welcome to XVGM Radio’s 63rd episode!

Episode 224: Everything is Like Jazz

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This episode is gonna be a heavy one! We've got fat characters in games, so we're talking 90s movie heroes, misunderstood game titles, big heroes, big monsters, nachos as an entrée and way more jazz than anyone could've anticipated!

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 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

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

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

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


Very Good Music Bonus Episode 3: A Tribute to VGM Podcasters, Part 1

Guests: Chris "Steen" Steenerson, Chris "justapunk" Murray, Forrest Shamlian, Carlos "Kung Fu Carlito" Leon-Roman, Alex "The Messenger" Messenger, and Nathan "UtopiaNemo" Daniels


Play–in: Blaster Master – Naoki Kodaka – Area 1 – Sunsoft – NES – 1988


The Legacy Music Hour (Brent & Rob)

16:14 - Title Screen – Rambo – Tohru Hasahe, Minki Motoyama – Acclaim/Pack–In–Video – NES – 1988

17:49 - The Sky Line (Stage 3A) – Thunder Force IV – Toshiharu Yamanishi – Technosoft/Sega – Genesis – 1992


The VGM Jukebox (Josh & keyglyph)

26:22 - Bar – Front Mission – Yoko Shimomura, Noriko Matsueda – Square – SFC – 1995

30:15 - Lonely Rolling Star – Katamari Damacy – Music and lyrics by Yoshihito Yano, Vocals by Saki Kabata – Namco – PS2 – 2004


Singing Mountain (Drew)

37:37 - Schala's Theme – Chrono Trigger – Yasunori Mitsuda – Square – SNES – 1995


Voltz Supreme’s Synth VGM Dream Stream Machine

43:12 - Serendipity – Final Fantasy XIII–2 – Naoshi Mizuta – Square Enix – PS3/XB360 – 2011


Super Marcato Bros. Video Game Music Podcast (Karl & Will)

1:04:35 - Yummy – Mighty Switch Force – Jake Kaufman – Wayforward – 3DS – 2011

1:06:34 - Artificial Intelligence Bomb – naruto (Kazuhiko Naruse) – Mungyodance 3: The Third Rave – VULPvibe Entertainment – Online – 2008


An Evening at the Roost/Train Station at 8/ The OCR Podcast (Bryan & Stephen)

1:18:23 - 8:00 PM – Animal Crossing Wild World – Kazumi Totaka, Asuka Ohta – Nintendo – DS – 2005

1:19:59 - Azure Blue World – Sonic Adventure – Jun Senoue – Sega – Dreamcast – 1998


Rock Out With Your Cart Out (Jason)

Under-Music: The Boy Who Had Wings – Ys III: Wanderers from Ys – Falcom Sound Team JDK – Super Nintendo – 1991

1:28:27 - Prologue Peak/Nadir's Whale – Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean – Motoi Sakuraba – Namco – Gamecube – 2003


Forever Sound Version (Michael)

1:36:28 - Round 2–1 – Gynoug (Wings of Wor) – Noriyuki Iwadare – NCS/DreamWorks/Sega – Genesis – 1991


The Sound Test (Lee)

1:42:06 - Bayou Boogie – Donkey Kong Country 2 – David Wise – Nintendo – SNES – 1995


The Diad Presents: A VGM Podcast (The Diad)

2:00:12 - Elevator of the Department Store – Pinky Ponky – Taguchi Yasuhiro – Elf Co., Ltd. – Sharp X68K, MSX, PC–88, PC–98 – 1990


VGMPire (Brett)

2:18:35 - To Faraway Times – Chrono Trigger – Yasunori Mitsuda – Square – SNES – 1995


For links to all the shows, check out the video on YouTube!

Special thanks to our patrons, Alex Messenger, Skeletroy, Carlos Leon-Roman, and The Last Rican!

Special thanks to Naomi Rubin for the new VGMVGM logo! Check out her work on Patreon and read her comics on moonsproutstation.com!

Thanks also to Carlos Leon-Roman and Ben "The Diad" Dishman for additional show artwork! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message


Sound of Play Extra: Mikolai Stroinski and Garry Schyman.

For this Sound of Play Extra, Thomas ‘Tom’ Quillfeldt spoke to composers Mikolai Stroinski and Garry Schyman. You’ll likely have heard at least some of their work in games like The Witcher 3 and The […]

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1500DS Spirits: Igo – PA137

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  Nothing beats Go on the go, and that’s exactly what you get with 1500DS Spirits Volume 10: Igo! Game developer and cosmetics company Tasuke put out a number of these budget titles for the DS and DSiWare around 2007-2008, consisting mostly of board and card games. They’re similar to the more well known D3… Read More »

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VGM Fight Club PPV Event: Triple Podcast Threat

On this 21st Day of November, I gather various members of the VGM Podcast community to do battle for the VGM Fight Club Championship. The current champ Bedroth has had a few weeks of rest, but now he must defend his title against two heavyweights of the VGM Podcast community. Rob F'n Nichols fresh off his victory against his own podcast colleague (Pernell) looks to take the title for himself and hang it in the Rhythm and Pixels studio. However he's not the only dog in this fight. The Messenger himself arrives on the scene after redeeming himself in a brutal 4-1 match against The Last Rican. He promises to bring the title home to his soon to be wife as an early wedding gift.  Who will claim victory!?!?!? YOU DECIDE!!! Also, a special Guest Apperance......


Rd. 1

Disco Descent- Danny Baranowsky (Crypt of The Necrodancer)


Make This Right- The Toxic Avenger (Furi)


Podium Theme- Neil Baldwin (Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge)


Rd. 2

End Credits- Koji Kondo (The Legend of Zelda: A Link to The Past)


End Credits- Plume, Fred Leonard, Laurent Parisi (Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc)


Anthem of PETO No. 1- Naofumi Hataya, Junko Shiratsu, Sachio Ogawa (The Hybrid Front)


Rd. 3

Snake Man Stage Theme- Hideki Sakamoto (Super Smash Bros Ultimate)


NES Stereo OST 03 Cutscene Theme I- Geoff Follin (The Incredible Crash Test Dummies)


Karins Theme Viola Cover- The Consouls (cover), Masahiro Aoki, Hideyuki Fukasawa, Keiki Kobayashi, Takatsugu Wakabayashi, Zac Zinger (Street Fighter V)


Rd. 4

Flying Machine Arranged- Manami Matsumae (Shovel Knight)


In The Final DX- Yoko Shimomura (Mario and Luigi Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr's Journey)


Corridors of Time Cover- Moonbow Music (Cover), Yasunori Mitsuda, Nobuo Uematsu (Chrono Trigger)


Episode 446: Kirby Star Allies

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For the final week of Nintendo Month, Karl & Will shine a light on the exuberant and possibly overlooked score to Kirby Star Allies! The music from this 2018 Switch game in the long-running Kirby series is both familiar yet fresh. Enjoy!

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Kirby Star Allies - Hirokazu Ando, Jun Ishikawa, Yuuta Ogasawara - Nintendo - Switch - 2018

-All Those Star Friends, They’re With Me!

-The Shape of a Heart

-A Battle of Friends and Bonds

-Sacred Square

-Twinkle☆Traveler

-Jambastion Adventure

-Puzzle Milky Way

-Always, I’ll Be Watching You

-Your Friends Believe in You

-Frostak’s Cold Land

-Forgotizanne Flash Lightning

-Rockabilly and Blues

-Land of Dreams and Greenery’s Remains

-Demo Star

-La Follia d'amore

-Wonderful Kirby

-Butterfly of Judgement: Morpho Knight

-Dark Mirage

-Let Them Know We’re Happy


KVGM "The Last Wave" Two Year Anniversary (11/15/20)

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

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LAST WAVE! This week, we celebrate Year 2 of broadcasting on the KVGM airwaves and re-visit some favorite soundtracks from the past year. Thank you all for the continued support throughout 2019-2020, and we hope to be celebrating a third anniversary in 2021. Last year, I said let's hope the planet doesn't die in 2020...and while it technically is still alive, 2020 hit it hard. 2021 can only be an improvement...right? RIGHT?!



Playlist

Title - Pit Stop Productions Ltd.
(Pilot Academy, Playstation Portable)

Breakfast with Chris - Hideki Higuchi
(Elysion, Playstation 2)

Game BGM 3 - Yukio Nakajima
(Hat Trick Hero 2, Super Famicom)

UK 8 Ball - Tom Davies
(Pool Paradise, Nintendo Gamecube)

In-Game #5 - Ramon Braumuller
(Clockwiser, Amiga CD32)

BGM 1 - Unknown
(Tetsudou Seminar: JR-hen, Nintendo DS)

Piano Time - Takehiro Kawabe, Noriyasu Agematsu, Ebi, Remain
(Mizuiro, Sega Dreamcast)

Last Wave - Richard Jacques and Hiroshi Kawaguchi
(Sega Superstars Tennis, multiple)



KVGM "The Last Wave" (11/22/20)

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

This week, mahjong isn't the only cool parlor game in town, as go makes its grand entrance via the Nintendo GameCube. We also do a bit of skydiving (EXTREME!), city management, and dungeon crafting. And of course, the Last Wave wouldn't be the Last Wave without some visual novel sleaze. 



Playlist

BGM 33 - Toshihisa Furusawa, Yasuhisa Ito, and Waichiro Ozaki
(Hikaru no Go 3, Nintendo GameCube)

Name Entry - FAMISHIN, DAN, and KOI
(Aero Dive, Playstation)

BGM 7 - Unknown
(Super Nichibutsu Mahjong, Super Famicom)

Dungeon Customize - Unknown
(Chronicle of Dungeon Maker 2, Playstation Portable)

Python - Osamu Yoshida
(A-Train 3D: City Simulator, Nintendo 3DS)

BGM 8 - Unknown
(Digital Monster Card Game, WonderSwan Color)

Languid Happiness - Masahiro Kajihara
(Rimlet, PC)

Ending - Kazuo Oikawa, Koichi Ishibashi, Aka Ishibashi, and Akiyoshi Saito
(Pro Mahjong Kiwame S, Sega Saturn)

Special Request

The Call - Austin Wintory
(Journey, Playstation 3)



[037] PlayStation and Xbox Launch Lineup Sounds

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About: With the recent release of two brand new consoles, ushering in a new age of gaming, we take a listen to a few themes from launch games that were released on both the PlayStation and Xbox line of consoles. These include the PlayStation 1 through 4, and the Xbox, Xbox 360 & Xbox One.

00:00 - Track 09 [FantaVision (EU)]
by Tim Croft >

03:30 - Coolman Rosso [Street Fighter EX3]
by Shinji Hosoe >

06:38 - Mystery Beat [Fuzion Frenzy]
by Rob Lord >

07:59 - 1985 Chemical Plant [Timesplitters]
by Graeme Norgate >

11:44 - Betilla The Fairy’s Theme [Rayman]
by Rémi Gazel, Didier Lord, Stéphane Bellanger >

13:03 - Transitory Quietness [Eternal Ring]
by Keiichiro Segawa, Yuji Kanda, Tsukasa Saitoh >

16:56 - Sunbeams Streaming Through Leaves On The Hill [Evergrace]
by Kota Hoshino >

18:39 - Ortho’s Theme [Kameo]
by Steve Burke >

22:53 - Sympathy For Red [Killzone Shadow Fall]
by Tyler Bates, Lorn >

25:33 - Wave Ocean ~ The Water’s Edge [Sonic The Hedgehog 2006 (Australia Launch)]
by Mario Nanba, Tomoya Ohtani >

29:00 - Datacore Demolition [Perfect Dark Zero]
by David Clynick >

31:33 - Whiz Drop [Armored Core 2]
by Tsukasa Saitoh >

34:47 - Death Valley [Cel Damage]
by David Whittaker >

37:29 - Track 14 [Genji: Days of the Blade]
by Yasuharu Takanashi >

39:30 - Shooting Stars [FantaVision (NA)]
by Ashif Hakik >

42:41 - Expositor [FantaVision (JAP)]
by Soichi Terada >

46:14 - Summers Theme Light [Ryse: Son of Rome]
by Borislac Slavov, Tilman Sillescu, Peter Antovski >

47:43 - Eiji Shinjo [Battle Arena Toshinden]
by Yasuhiro Nakano, Makoto Mukai, Fumio Tanabe >

50:53 - Rock Anthem For Saving The World [Halo: Combat Evolved]
by Martin O’Donnell, Michael Salvatori >

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November Patreon Live Recording – 2020

Composer Interview Guest Live show Musician VGM LiveShow Matt Creamer Norrin Radd Patreon Podcast XVGM Radio xvgmradio

It’s not everyday you are joined by one of the best video game music composers in the indie scene (He’s rolling his eyes right now, stop it!) But the November live show is extra special because we were joined by none other than Matt Creamer a.k.a Norrin Radd! Justin, Mike and Matt picked some totally killer VGM tunes for this Patreon-exclusive live show, had fun chats about horny horns, slap bass, twarnmpy Genesis music, Sega’s Tower of Power, and more on this blazin’ hot funky live show...only on XVGM Radio!

VGM Fight Club #2

Track Listing

Toasty Buns -Parappa the Rapper 2 - Masaya Matsuura

Revived Power - Shadow of the Colossus - Kow Otani

Ending Staff Roll - Metroid Prime - Kenji Yamamoto

Dive into the Mellow - Sonic Adventure 2 -Tomoya Ohtani

Impend - Halo 2 - Martin O’Donnell and Michael Salvatori

Rawk Hawk Battle - Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door - Yushito Hirano, Yuka Tsujiyoko and Saki Haruyama


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Gordy Haab's 'Star Wars: Squadrons' Soundtrack Captures The Thrill Of Flight

Star Wars: Squadrons, created by Motive Studios and published by Electronic Arts, gives players the authentic thrill of piloting an Imperial or New Republic ship for missions that extend the story beyond the Battle of Endor. Composer Gordy Haab says he was thrilled to provide a high-octane soundtrack that let him reconnect with the excitementl of pretending he was piloting fighters as a kid. Unlike many other games, the outcome of each battle can go to either the Imperial or New Republic side, so Gordy had to design the music so the game's engine could choose the right pieces to let a player know that it was time to fight harder or the other side would win. Gordy says because the music for Star Wars has lots of action and key changes, adding the element of music that represents both sides was a unique puzzle to make the result seem spontaneous. Getting an orchestral soundtrack during the pandemic has created challenges that are new to composers. Gordy had much of the music recorded

Senpai's Playlist 1x07 Full Metal Alchemist Retrospect or It Will Always Be Too Soon #justicefornina

On what is our 7th episode, me and Claire decided to go with Claire's idea and do an episode with tracks from the Full Metal Alchemist series. We include tracks from both the original anime and Brotherhood (which follows the manga directly). While talking about the series we also discuss the election results, scalpers jacking up the prices of PS5's/Xbox Series X ($2000 people, SERIOUSLY!?!?!?), and how Claire has an obvious thing about size when it comes to electronics. So enjoy the episode and remember, equivalent exchange.

1. Rewrite- Asian Kung-Fu Generation

2. USO- Sid

3. Shunshinki Sentimental- Scandal

4. Ready, Steady, Go- L'Arc-en-Ciel

5. Again- Yui

6. Hologram- Nico Touches The Wall


Matt picks, Derek's Favorites - Episode 27

Episode 27 We return! Matt and Derek start back with what they have been calling season 2. These next episodes will be special, both of the boys made lists of their favorite games, then the other host picked songs from those games. This one features Derek's list of games, and the songs that Matt picked from them.

"Noise from the Hearts of Nerds" C1E54: "Do the Mario!"

Today’s broadcast is C1E54 for Theme Thursday, November 19th, 2020. Today’s theme is one of the most special we've ever had on the show – a celebration of 35 years of the most famous, iconic, and ubiquitous franchise in all of video game history – Super Mario Bros. To commemorate the occasion, we present you with a 35-track collection of music from Mario and extended universe games – including what is undoubtedly the most famous piece of video game music ever to be written, a piece that after nearly 4yrs and 2000 tracks, we have up til now never featured before. The name of today's celebration: "Do the Mario".

Track # - Track - Game - System - Composer - Timestamp

01) Intro - 00:00:00

02) Overworld Theme - Super Mario Bros. - NES - Kōji Kondō - 00:02:50

03) Athletic Theme - Super Mario Bros. 3 - NES - Kōji Kondō - 00:05:52

04) Athletic Theme - New Super Mario Bros. - DS - Asuka Ohta, and/or Hajime Wakai – 00:08:04

05) Delfino Plaza - Super Mario Sunshine - GameCube - Kōji Kondō and/or Shinobu Tanaka – 00:10:34

06) Vibe Island - Super Princess Peach - DS - Akira Fujiwara – 00:13:28

07) Minigame Theme 5 - Mario Party Advance - GBA - Ichirō Shimakura and/or Yoshimasa Ikeda – 00:14:16

08) Bowling - Game & Wario - WiiU - Masanobu Matsunaga, Takeru Kanazaki, Hiroki Morishita, Shoh Murakami, and/or Yoshito Sekigawa – 00:16:24

09) Toad's Turnpike - Mario Kart 64 - N64 - Kenta Nagata, Tarō Bandō, and/or Yoji Inagaki – 00:19:13

10) Snif City - Paper Mario: The Origami King - Switch - Shoh Murakami, Yoshiaki Kimura, Hiroki Morishita, and/or Fumihiro Isobe – 00:22:08

11) Discus Throw - Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020 - Switch - Kenichi Tokoi, Tomoya Ohtani, Mitsuharu Fukuyama, Satoshi Okamura, DÉ DÉ MOUSE, Jimanica , Chroma, Tomonori Sawada, and/or YMCK – 00:24:57

12) Starring Wario - Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix - GameCube - Osamu Narita, Katsunori Takahashi, Ichirō Shimakura, Hideko Oka, and/or Kenichi Yoshimoto – 00:28:26

13) Bowser's Castle (Kingdom) - Super Mario Odyssey - Switch - Shiho Fujii and/or Kōji Kondō - 00:30:01

14) Bowser Road - Super Mario 64 - N64 - Kōji Kondō - 00:33:11

15) Airship - Super Mario 3D Land - 3DS - c: Kōji Kondō a: Asuka Hayazaki, Takeshi Hama, and/or Mahito Yokota – 00:35:23

16) Floor 5 (variation 1) - Hotel Mario - CD-i - Jack Levy – 00:37:45

17) A Stroll in the Cemetery - Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle - Switch - Grant Kirkhope – 00:39:10

18) 9F Unnatural History Museum - Luigi's Mansion 3 - Switch - Chad York and/or Darren Radtke – 00:41:43

19) Nightmare Lullaby - Mario & Luigi: Dream Team - 3DS - Yoko Shimomura – 00:42:55

20) Evil King Bowser - Super Mario World - SNES - Kōji Kondō - 00:44:13

21) Rainbow Road - Super Mario Kart - SNES - Soyo Oka, and/or Tarō Bandō - 00:45:52

22) Overture - Super Mario Galaxy 2 - Wii - Mahito Yokota, Ryo Nagamatsu, and/or Kōji Kondō - 00:47:38

23) Intro - Super Smash Bros.: Melee - GameCube - Tadashi Ikegami, Shogo Sakai, and/or Takuto Kitsuta – 00:48:57

24) Course World - Super Mario Maker 2 - Switch - Atsuko Asahi, Tōru Minegishi, and/or Sayako Doi – 00:50:25

25) Footlight Lane - Super Mario 3D World - WiiU / Switch - Mahito Yokota, Toru Minegishi, Kōji Kondō, and/or Yasuaki Iwata – 00:51:58

26) Space - Yoshi's Crafted World - Switch - Kazufumi Umeda – 00:54:00

27) BGM 3 - Mario Paint - SNES - Hirokazu "Hip" Tanaka, Ryōji Yoshitomi, and/or Kazumi Totaka – 00:57:06

28) Mario Zone Map - Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins - GameBoy - Kazumi Totaka – 01:00:35

29) Design Theme - I am a Teacher: Super Mario no Sweater - FDS - Akito Nakatsuka – 01:01:25

30) San Francisco / New York - Mario is Missing - PC (AdLib) - Rob Wallace – 01:03:05

31) Fever - Dr Mario - NES - Hirokazu "Hip" Tanaka – 01:06:15

32) Underground - New Super Mario U - WiiU / Switch - c: Kōji Kondō a: Shiho Fujii and/or Mahito Yokota – 01:08:32

33) Underground - Yoshi's Island - SNES - Kōji Kondō - 01:10:32

34) Course Select - Mario Galaxy - Wii - Mahito Yokota and/or Kōji Kondō - 01:12:51

35) Final Boss Defeated - Captain Toad - WiiU / Switch - Naoto Kubo – 01:13:44

36) Ending Theme - Super Mario Bros. 2 - NES - Kōji Kondō - 01:15:17

37) Outro - 01:17:38

Music Block Runtime: 01:14:51, Total Episode Runtime: 01:29:23

Special intro / outro music for this episode:

Intro: Land 1 - Super Mario Land - GameBoy - Hirokazu "Hip" Tanaka

Outro: The End - Super Mario RPG - SNES - c: Kōji Kondō a: Yoko Shimomura

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Battle Bards Episode 181: Around the world

Stuck at home? Denied a vacation this year? The Battle Bards are here to help! In seven songs, the cross-continental crew travel all around the world with one pick per continent. Can MMORPGs take us on across the globe with their music alone? Indeed they can!

Episode 181 show notes

  • Intro (feat. "American Sea" from Uncharted Waters Online, "Mission Mayan 1" from Pirates of the Burning Sea, and "Four Corners" from A Tale in the Desert)
  • Australia: "Untamed Outback" from Elsword Online
  • North America: "Main Theme" from Outlaws of the Old West
  • Europe: "Eulmore 1" from Final Fantasy XIV
  • South America: "Mayan Lobby Theme" from SMITE
  • Asia: "Main Theme" from Silkroad Online
  • Africa: "Akhet" from Age of Conan
  • Antarctica: "Arcterra" from WildStar
  • Which one did we like the best?
  • Listener notes: Grilledcheese28 and Katriana
  • Jukebox picks: "Maki Ya" from Scott Pilgrim: The Game, "Through the Roof of the World" from World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, and "Chasing the Torrents" from Genshin Impact
  • Outro (feat. "Sunnyside" from Granado Espada)

Sound of Play 276 – the videogame music podcast

Ryan shares the next year in game history medley, featuring music from 150 games from the year 1991. Every Wednesday in Sound of Play, we bring you some of our, and your, favourite pieces from […]

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Episode 25-6 Simpsons Games

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We finally did it. We've made so many references to The Simpsons that we have an entire show devoted to its games! We've got music from the Game Boy all the way to the PlayStation. We talk about how the classic NES game discouraged Rob from ever exploring other Simpsons games. And maybe that's for the better!

Episode 223: ChuChu Chemtrails!

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The challenge has been made! In an unprecedented November to Dismember championship match, John Regan takes on the GTT champion Jessie Moore for the title! Who will come out on top as these two titans of tunes square off head to head!?

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 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

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Episode 2-6: This Isn't Even My Final Form!

We've all been there. That one rogue you keep fighting just won't stop coming back, or that boss you think you've finally beaten still has one more form you have to destroy. It's annoying. Unless it's amazing.

What's also amazing is when composers go above and beyond and compose a theme for each boss's fight or phase. This episode - an idea of Shootkapow's, chosen by YOU, the listeners - is a celebration of these themes.

As always, we'd love to hear from you! @Shootkapow on Twitter, via e-mail at verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com, on anchor.fm/vgmvgm, on patron.com/vgmvgm, or by searching the name of our show on YouTube and leaving us a comment!

Thanks as always to our lovely patrons: The Last Rican, Kung Fu Carlito, Skeletroy, and The Messenger!


2:50 - Hollow Knight - Dung Defender - Christopher Larkin - Team Cherry, Modern Platforms, 2017

11:38 - Hollow Knight (Grim Troupe DLC) - Grimm & Nightmare King - Christopher Larkin - Team Cherry, Modern Platforms, 2017

20:16 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project - Shredder Battle & Super Shredder Battle - Yuichi Sakakura, Tomoya Tomita, Kozo Nakamura - Konami, NES, 1991

26:01 - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Calamity Ganon Phase 1 & Dark Beast Ganon Battle - Calamity Ganon Battle by Yasuaki Iwata, Dark Beast Ganon by Manaka Kataoka w/Koji Kondo, Sound Direction by Hajime Wakai - Nintendo, Wii-U/Switch, 2017

38:42 - Super Mario RPG - Fight Against Smithy & Fight Against Smithy, Who Likes Transforming - Yoko Shimomura - Square/Nintendo, SNES, 1996

52:52 - Henry Stickmin Collection - The Conclusive Battle & Bizarre Funk - Puffballs United & Tommy Robin (aka Ockeroid) - Intersloth, Steam, 2020

1:01:11 - Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes - Theme of Onslaught I & II - Masato Kouda & Yuko Takehara - Capcom, Arcade/PS3/Dreamcast/360, 1998

1:04:57 - Super Mario Galaxy 2 - Bowser, Almighty Koopa King & Final Bowser Battle - Bowser, Almighty Koopa King by Mahito Yokota, Final Bowser Battle by Ryo Nagamatsu - Nintendo, Wii, 2010

1:12:43 - Freedom Planet - Final Boss Phase 1 & 2 - Leila "Woofle" Wilson, Stephen DiDuro (game's developer), Shane "Blue Warrior" Ellis - GalaxyTrail/Marvelous/XSeed, Computers/Wii-U/PS4/Switch, 2014

1:19:42 - Pokemon Sword & Shield - Battle! (Hop) and Final Battle! (Hop) - Minako Adachi, Go Ichinose, Keita Okamoto - Game Freak/The Pokemon Company/Nintendo, Switch, 2019

1:31:09 - A Hat in Time - You Are All Bad Guys! Part 2 & 3 - Pascal Michael Stiefel (aka Plasma3Music) - Gears for Breakfast/Humble Bundle, Modern Platforms, 2017

1:47:14 - Hollow Knight (Hidden Dreams DLC) - White Defender - Christopher Larkin - Team Cherry, Modern Platforms, 2017

Blooper Reel Music - The Schemer (Tinker Knight Theme) & The Destroyer (Tinker Tank Theme) - Shovel Knight - Jake Kaufman


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Episode 116: The Secret of Monkey Island

Show Notes

Matt and Kris travel to the mysterious (and hilarious) Caribbean to discover the Secret of Monkey Island.

Useful Links

Background Music

Social Stuff


Attack of the Cutie Pie

The episode I intended to put out this week isn’t done yet, but I decided to toss you guys an episode that was previously a Patreon-exclusive. Last year, around the time Singing Mountain hit one hundred episodes, I did a bonus that was just all the VGM tracks I’d encountered just through doing research for this podcast. You know, as opposed to hearing them while actually playing video games, like normal people.

Also, if you’re seeing this episode, that means Singing Mountain has successfully transferred over from SoundCloud, which sucks, to Libsyn, which does not. Yay! \

Track listing:

0:56: Gorgonzola Goblins / Pocky & Rocky / Hiroyuki Iwatsuki

3:12: Volcanic Zone (Exploration) / Popful Mail / Atsushi Shirakawa and Mieko Ishikawa

6:33: Track 1 / Top Gear / Barry Leitch

9:30: The Birds Fly in the Sky, the Fish Swim in the Rivers / Live a Live / Yoko Shimomura

11:25: Queen Serenity / Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon / Takanori Arisawa

15:18: Sentimental Soldier / Valis II (PC-88) / Masahiro Kajihara

18:21: Midnight Dancer / Thunder Zone / Gamadelic

20:35: Ice Caverns / David Wise / Battletoads

20:42: Sherbet Land / Mario Hoops 3 on 3 / Masayoshi Soken

25:57: Heart of Icegrave / Monster World IV / Jin Watanabe

28:53: Devilotte’s Theme / Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo / Tatsuro Suzuki, Isao Ave, Yuko Kadota, Syun Nishigaki, Setsuo Yamamoto and Anarchy Takapon

31:31: Master of Water / Lagoon / Hideki Suzuki

34:28: Central Park / Last Ninja 2: Back With a Vengeance / Matt Gray

40:04: Koopa Beach / Mario Sports Mix / Masayoshi Soken

43:01: Burning Heart / Battle Mania Daiginjou / Junichi Masuda

45:17: Amazon / Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix / Isao Abe, Yuki Iwai and Setsuo Yamamoto

48:25: Ice Place / King of Fighters 2000 / SNK Sound Team

52:57: Migratory Birds ~ Wandering Bird ~ Scoundrels / Wild Arms 3 / Michiko Naruke

58:05: Theme of Poison / Hideyuki Fukasawa / Ultra Street Fighter IV

61:57: Love Will Never Die / Twinkle Star Sprites / Takao Oshima

67:09: Happy Birthday / Gimmick! / Masashi Kageyama

69:21: Credits Theme / SonSon II / Manami Matsumae

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Episode 445: GameCube

Episodes

For the third week of Nintendo Month, Karl & Will stroll down memory lane for some of the very best music on the GameCube! This beloved little cube saw some outstanding music that, many times, had to transcend the hardware limitations. Enjoy!

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Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door - Yoshito Hirano, Yuka Tsujiyoko - We're Counting on You, Mario!

Luigi's Mansion - Kazumi Totaka - Professor E. Gadd's Lab

Animal Crossing - Kenta Nagata - 7 AM

Kirby's Air Ride - Shogo Sakai, Jun Ishikawa, Hirokazu Ando - Checker Knights

Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles - Kumi Tanioka - A Gentle Wind Blows

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker - Koji Kondo - Grandma

Super Smash Bros. Melee - Hirokazu Ando, Shogo Sakai - Battlefield

Baten Kaitos - Motoi Sakuraba - The True Mirror

Star Wars Rogue Leader: Rogue Squadron II - Chris Huelsbeck - Main Title

Super Mario Sunshine - Koji Kondo - Delfino Plaza

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures - Koji Kondo, Asuka Hayazaki - The Hill Where the Castle Was

Star Fox Assault - Yoshie Arakawa, Yoshinori Kawamoto - Theme of Star Wolf

Pokémon Colosseum - Tsukasa Tawada - Relic Forest

Mr. Driller Drill Land - Go Shiina - I-O

Metroid Prime - Kenji Yamamoto - Underwater Frigate Reactor Core

Donkey Kong Jungle Beat - Mahito Yokota - Battle for Storm Hill

Star Fox Adventures - David Wise - Dark Ice Mines Night

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess - Toru Minegishi - Lake Hylia

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance - Atsushi Yoshida - Move Out!


Spyro the Dragon PS1 Trilogy with Carly Celeski

Track Listing

Title Theme - Spyro the Dragon - Stewart Copeland

Artisans Homeworld - Spyro the Dragon - Stewart Copeland

Magic Crafters Home - Spyro the Dragon - Stewart Copeland

Metalhead - Spyro the Dragon - Stewart Copeland

Hurricos - Spyro 2: Riptos Rage - Stewart Copeland

Zephyr - Spyro 2: Riptos Rage - Stewart Copeland

Colossus - Spyro 2: Riptos Rage - Stewart Copeland

Bamboo Terrace - Spyro the Dragon: Year of the Dragon - Stewart Copeland

Buzz Dungeon - Spyro the Dragon: Year of the Dragon - Stewart Copeland

Midday Garden Home - Spyro the Dragon: Year of the Dragon - Stewart Copeland

Credits - Spyro the Dragon: Year of the Dragon - Stewart Copeland


Steve Pardo Composes A World Of Music For 'Signs Of The Sojourner'

Signs of the Sojourner , created by Echo Dog Games, is all about building relationships, making connections and exploring the wider world. As the main character, you are tasked with restocking your late mother's store in the quiet town of Bartow. Composer Steve Pardow of Skewsound says this was a dream project to work on. He created an intimate folksy sound, giving each intriguing town you visit its own character. The simple gameplay of Signs of the Sojourner is unique: it's up to the player to choose cards that appear in your "hand" from a deck, which keep the conversation going (or not). Just as in real life, sometimes the interactions don't go the way you hope. Steve says because of the leisurely pace and thoughful nature of the game, a hand-crafted sound would be the best fit, so he invited some of his Nashville area friends to perform, in some cases improvising their way through his music. For Steve, the best part of working on Signs of the Sojourner was being able to make music

VGM Fight Club Episode 1x06 6th Gen Grudge Match

People, I welcome to the 6th episode of the VGM Fight Club. Having survived my apartment being possessed, I am back with a truly interesting match. It's myself up against the one and only Alex "The Messenger of Pain" Messenger; the host of The Messenger Presents A VGM Journey. We compete in a 6th Gen Grudge Match. So tracks from games released on Dreamcast, PS2, Xbox. and Gamecube. The winner of this match enters as the final contestant in the Episode 7 Triple Threat Match. Having loss both our respective first matches in the fight club, who will prevail and punch their ticket to the next round. The power....is in your hands!!


Rd. 1

World End Roar- Raito (Melty Blood: Actress Again)

Toasty Buns- Masaya Matsuura, Yoshihisa Suzuki, Lukan "Dred Foxx" Outdawzman (Parappa The Rapper 2)


Rd. 2

Makoto SFIII Concept Theme (Smooth R&B RMX 2nd edit)- Hideki Okugawa (Street Figher III: 3rd Strike)

Revived Power- Kow Otani (Shadow of The Colossus)


Rd. 3

Halo Theme Cover- Martin O'Donnell, Michael Salvatori (Cover Lindsey Sterling and William Joseph) (Halo: Combat Evolved)

Ending Staff Roll- Kenji Yamamoto, Kouichi Kyuma (Metroid Prime)


Rd. 4

Sanctuary (Cover)- Yoko Shimomura, Hikaru Utada (Cover by Dusk) (Kingdom Hearts 2)

Dive Into The Mellow (Aquatic Mine)- Hunnid P, Jun Senoue, Kenichi Tokoi, Fumie Kumatani, Tomoya Ohtani (Sonic Adventure 2)


Rd. 5

Live and Learn (Cover)- Crush 40 (Cover Familyjules feat Jonathan Young) (Sonic Adventure 2)

Impend- Martin O'Donnell, Michael Salvatori (Halo 2)


Sudden Death

Rainbow Road (Guitar Cover)- Shinobu Tanaka, Kenta Nagata, (Cover gabocarina96) (Mario Kart: Double Dash)

Rawk Hawk Battle- Yoshito Hirano, Yuka Tsujiyoko, Saki Haruyama (Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door)


Opening back ground

Gears of War- 14 Years After E-Day

Closing background- Stickerbrush Symphony


Sound of Play: 275 – the videogame music podcast

Leon Cox goes solo for this week’s Sound of Play with requests from the community. Every Wednesday in Sound of Play, we bring you some of our, and your, favourite pieces from the many videogame […]

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VGM Tracker 75


00:01
Red Alert Remastered - Smash - PC

02:34
Red Alert Remastered - Crush - PC

04:38
Red Alert Remastered - Crush Retaliation Remix - PC

06:33
Red Alert Remastered - Crush FKTS - PC

08:09
Red Alert Remastered - Big Foot - PC

08:58
Red Alert Remastered - Big Foot FKTS - PC

10:34
Red Alert Remastered - Twin Cannon - PC

12:06
Red Alert Remastered - Run - PC

12:54
Red Alert Remastered - Radio 2 - PC

13:40
Red Alert Remastered - Radio 2 Retaliation Remix - PC

13:56
Red Alert Remastered - Drill - PC

16:44
Red Alert Remastered - Target Mechanical Man - PC

17:31
Red Alert Remastered - Target Mechanical Man FKTS - PC

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Episode 25-5 The Console Wars

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The podcast goes old-school this week as we compare our favorites from the 16-bit generation of video games! Pernell steps into the ring with killer music from the Super Nintendo. Rob wields a +16 critical Genesis synthesizer, ready to battle! We're not doing a direct comparison of the systems, nor are we arguing which one is best! We are putting together what we think made each system special, and why we still love the music and games today.

VGM Fight Club Bonus: Fighters Lounge Jazz Edition

It's finally here, the jazz lounge. So pour a drink, pull up a chair, and chill out to some jazz inspired VGM music while you talk tactics. Enjoy


1. Captain Commando's Theme Arranged- Marvel vs Capcom

2. Cammy's Theme Arranged - Diverse vs Capcom

3. Rhythmic Bustle- Melty Blood

4. Night Walke - Consouls- Under Night InBirth exe.

5. In The Bar- Consouls- Streets of Rage 2

6. Slow Moon Grove OC Remix- Streets of Rage 2

7. Reset- Consouls- Okami

8. Sakura-Koi-Uta- Melty Blood

9. Beneath The Mask- Persona 5

10. Melodies of Life- Consouls- Final Fantasy IX

Opening Background track

Staff Roll- Marvel vs Capcom 2

Ending Song

Tetris CD-I



Episode 62 – The Music of Crash Bandicoot

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Crash Bandicoot games are often praised for their tight gameplay, innovative level designs, fun characters, and brilliant graphics...but the music, as usual, is the real all-star attraction on this week’s episode as the XVGM Radio gents journey to the Wumpa Islands, and beyond! Mike hits on some crates wedged in between TNT, as he risks playing some truly oddball tunes whereas Justin plays it safe and platforms with ease on some of the most iconic Crash tunes heard in the series! Grab some wumpa fruit to snack on as you learn about some games you might’ve shrugged off because they weren’t the holy PS1 trinity, as Mike and Justin have some truly nostalgic and nutty fun with the music of Crash Bandicoot!

Episode 222: Detective Baby Bomberman Begins

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You ever play a game and realize it has no redemptive values? Or have you seen a game get kickstarted and wonder who the hell paid for that to get made? It's with those games in mind that we've made this awesome episode! Some games just simply shouldn't have been made!

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 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

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

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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 444: The Women of Nintendo

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For week 2 of Nintendo Month, the guys shine a light on the amazing female video game composers at Nintendo! From the NES all the way to the Switch, this is some of the best Nintendo music around. Enjoy this incredible playlist of VGM composed by these super talented women!

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Ice Hockey - Soyo Oka - Team Selections

Pilotwings - Soyo Oka - Rocketbelt

Super Mario Kart - Soyo Oka - Staff Roll

Super Metroid - Minako Hamano - Vs. Ridley

Metroid Fusion - Minako Hamano - Sector 4: (AQA) Underwater Area

Super Mario Sunshine - Shinobu Nagata - Noki Bay

Mario Kart: Double Dash - Shinobu Nagata - Peach Beach

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures - Asuka Hayazaki - Field Theme

Super Mario 3D Land - Asuka Hayazaki - Pom Pom Fight

Super Mario RPG - Yoko Shimomura - Seeing Dreams Through the Window of the Stars

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story - Yoko Shimomura - Grasslands, All the Way

New Super Mario Bros. Wii - Shiho Fujii - Underwater

Mario Kart 8 - Shiho Fujii - Toad Harbor

Super Mario Odyssey - Shiho Fujii - Shiveria Town

Mario Kart 8 - Atsuko Asahi - Title Screen

ARMS - Atsuko Asahi - Grand Prix (Title)

Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Manaka Kataoka - Main Theme

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Manaka Kataoka - Hyrule Castle

Fire Emblem 4 - Yuka Tsujiyoko - The Theme of Fire Emblem


KVGM "The Last Wave" (11/8/20)

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

Next week, we celebrate our TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARY...but it's business as usual this week on the Last Wave. Basketball, nightclubs, dungeon crawling, cigar AND coffee. New composers, old favorites, and the request line keeps ringing off the hook so keep those favorite jams pouring in and we'll keep pumping them out.


Playlist

On Blue Brilliant Place - Falcom Sound Team J.D.K.
(Legend of Xanadu II, PC-Engine CD)

Title - Kazuo Sawa
(Dun Quest: Majin Fuuin no Densetsu, Super Famicom)

Stage tainer - Sound Studio B
(BackStage, PC)

Heroine - MARI
(Arabians Lost ~The Engagement on the Desert~, Nintendo DS)

cigar & coffee - Masato Nakayama
(Grisaia no Meikyuu: Le Labyrinthe de la Grisaia, Playstation Vita)

Chapter 2 - Jochen Heizmann
(Gunbee F-99: The Kidnapping of Lady Akiko, Amiga)

Night Club - Pure Sound
(Bounty Hunter Sara: Holy Mountain no Teiou, Playstation)

Staff Roll - Unknown
(Slam Dunk: Shouri he no Starting 5, Sega Game Gear)

Special Request

Twilight of the Godess (Staff Roll) - Yoshito Kida
(Gale Racer, Sega Saturn)

Steve Kirk's "Period" Soundtrack For 'Bartlow's Dread Machine'

It's 1907 and President Teddy Roosevelt has been kidnapped! That's the premise of Barttlow's Dread Machine, a fantastic creation by Tribetoy and Beep Games, which looks as if the mechanical game actually dates from 1907. Now that the full game and soundtrack have been released, I caught up with composer Steve Kirk, who filled me in on how he created a (mostly) authentic soundtrack with period instruments including a temperamental banjo. Steve says one of many challenges that composing the score presented was that the cues were quite long, in order to cover all of the action in each level, instead of the frequently-used little melodic stems. Steve used ingenious ways to keep the cues interesting, including borrowing moving from key to key as Schubert did in much of his music. After spending a year and a half writing the soundtrack for Bartlow , Steve says he's set a high bar for incorporating the techniques he developed, and is looking forward to using them in future projects. And he

Senpai's Playlist 1x06- We Love LiSA or There's Debauchery Here

A special episode from one of mine's and Claire's favorite J-Pop singers, LiSA. We play a full whopping 12 tracks plus one bonus track I found to surprise Claire with. We also discuss Claire's disdain for Irregular At Magic Highschool, football, and how we both just want to watch the Demon Slayer Infinity Train movie. We also have a few drinks and butcher the opening to Pokemon (well I actually butcher it, Claire kills it). All this and more on a very special LiSA edition of Senpai's Playlist.

  • 1. Adamas
  • 2. Datte Atashi no Hero (Because He Is My Hero)
  • 3. Crossing Field
  • 4. ID
  • 5. Gurenge (Live)
  • 6. cancellation
  • 7. Unlasting
  • 8. Träumerei
  • 9. Rising Hope
  • 10. Thrill Risk Heartless
  • 11. Homura (Flame)
  • 12. Wagama Cait Sith
  • Bonus:
  • Sailor Moon Opening Cover (Moonlight Densetsu)

Rock Out With Your Cart 50 – 30 Day Video Game Music Challenge

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I made it to fifty episodes! It’s been a hell of a ride getting here, so I thought I’d do something that shows the diversity of (or some may argue my lack of)  my tastes in video game music. This was originally a Twitter thing I saw that I thought would make a good episode of the show. So, here we are, with the longest episode I’ve ever put together. I hope you enjoy listening to this as much as I had getting it together for you!

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.

Day 1: Title Screen Music – “Scars of Time” from Chrono Cross by Yasunori Mitsuda

Day 2: Opening Level Music – “Overworld Theme” from Super Mario Land by Hip Tanaka

Day 3: 8-bit Music – “Title Screen” from Mega Man 2 by Takashi Tateishi

Day 4: Muisc from a Console Exclusive – “Resistance and Extermination” from Gravity Rush/Daze by Kohei Tanaka

Day 5: Hub World or Overworld Music – “Dark Side Field” from Terranigma by Miyoko Takaoko and Masanori Hikichi

Day 6: Music That Makes You Feel Relaxed – “Hope Journey” from Lost Sphear by Miyoshi Tomoki

Day 7: Music from an Indie Game – “Dangers in Stock” from Bot Vice by Dominic Ninmark

Day 8: Music from a Shooter (First or Third Person) – “The Last Spartan” from Halo 2 by Martin O’Donnell

Day 9: Music from a Licensed Game – “Moon Theme” from DuckTales by Hiroshige Tonomura

Day 10: RPG Battle Music – “Leap the Precipice” from Eternal Sonata/Trusty Bell by Motoi Sakuraba

Day 11: Puzzle Game Music – “Goldenrod Gym” from Pokemon Puzzle Challenge by Taishi Senda and Minako Hamano

Day 12: Music That Makes You Feel Sad – “Forever Rachel” from Final Fantasy VI by Nobuo Uematsu

Day 13: Music You Like from a Game You Don’t Like – “The Boy Who Had Wings” from Ys III: Wanderers from Ys by Falcom Sound Team jdk

Day 14: Music Featuring Vocals – “Rush Out!” From Ys Seven by Falcom Sound Team jdk

Day 15: Boss Battle Music – “World Revolution” from Chrono Trigger by Yasunori Mitsuda

Day 16: 16-bit Music – “Spark Mandrill” from Mega Man X by Setsuo Yamamoto, Makoto Tomozawa, Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara, and Toshihiko Horiyama

Day 17: Music You Never Get Tired Of  – “Sunshine Coastline” from Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana by Falcom Sound Team jdk

Day 18: Music from the Year You Were Born – Pole Position TV show theme

Day 19: Cover of Music from a Different Artist – “Kaze Yo Tsutaete (Buster Core Meltdown Mix)” from Chiptuned Rockman by Jane-Evelyn Nisperos (aka chibi-tech)

Day 20: Music from a Racing Game – “Fun Loving Spirit” from Wangan Midnight Maxium Tune by Yuzo Koshiro

Day 21: Music You Associate with Frustration – “Underwater” from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Jun Funahashi

Day 22: Town/Village Music – “Kakariko Village” from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past by Koji Kondo

Day 23: Underrated Music – “Flood of Power” from Midnight Resistance by Azusa Hara, Hiroaki Yoshida, Fuse, Tatsuya Kiuchi, and Hitomi Komatsu

Day 24: Music You Constantly Have Stuck in Your Head – “To the End of the Wilderness” from Wild Arms by Michiko Naruke

Day 25: Music That Gets You Pumped Up – “First Step Towards War” from Ys I: Ancient Ys Vanished by Falcom Sound Team jdk

Day 26: Music You Like from a Game You Haven’t Played – “Cut to the Chase” from Uncharted 4 by Henry Jackman

Day 27: Music from a Handheld Game – “Tal Tal Mountain Range” from The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening by Kazumi Totaka, Minako Hamano, and Kozue Ishikawa

Day 28: Music That Makes You Nostalgic – “Level 1″ from Blaster Master by Naoki Kodaka

Day 29: Final Boss Music – “Meridian Dance” from Secret of Mana by Hiroki Kikukta

Day 30: Credits Music – “Rebirth” from Illusion of Gaia by Yasuhiro Kawasaki


Level 38

Track Listing

Azalea Gym - Pokémon Puzzle Challenge - Minako Hamano

Forest Stage - Tetris Attack - Masaya Kuzume

Title Theme - NHL 94 - Michael Sokyrka

Our Business Has Rules - Mafia: Definitive Edition - Jesse Harlin

Positive Force - VVVVVV - Magnus Palsson

Megalopolis - Sim City - Soyo Oka


Battle Bards Episode 180: Moonlight Blade

While Moonlight Blade is not yet a known quantity over here in the west, its soundtrack has gone before it and landed right into the laps of Steff, Syl, and Syp -- otherwise known as the Battle Bards! In this contentious episode, the three dance, flow, and fly through this big and distinct score.

Episode 180 show notes

  • Intro (feat. "Time," "Thunder," and "Jiuhua Battle Music")
  • "Main Theme"
  • "Character Creation"
  • "Game Anniversary Theme - Day"
  • "Jinghu Day"
  • "Cloud"
  • "Saddle"
  • "Rain"
  • Which one did we like best?
  • Listener note from Dug
  • Jukebox picks: "A Short Flight" from A Short Hike, "Whaaarrgarrrbl" from Desktop Dungeons, and "Isle of Siptah Main Theme" from Conan Exiles
  • Outro (feat. "Mid-Autumn Festival Day")

Sound of Play: 274 – the videogame music podcast

Joining Ryan Hamann for Sound of Play 274, is the other half of the Play;Write duo, Ryan Quintal. Every Wednesday in Sound of Play, we bring you some of our favourite pieces from the many […]

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Episode 25-4 The Devil Stole My Turbo-Duo

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We're listening to music from spooky games! Or spooky music from just plain awesome games! This week's episode is a Patreon-supported episode of listener suggestions! Every month we turn to our listeners for music suggestions and we read their testimonials! So grab your headphones, hit play, and listen to the tale of Pernell's missing piece of NEC history from the 90s!

Episode 221: Bloody Good Music

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'tis the season - the season of BLOOD. We're discussing bloody games this week!

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 1,000 soundtracks in our stream and have more coming all the time!

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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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VGM Fight Club 1x05 Pick Your Poison Match

On a particularly windy Halloween night, I host a Pick Your Poison Match between none other then the hosts of Rhythm and Pixels; Rob and Pernell. Apparently all is not well in paradise as both have been having underlying issues with the other and have come here to settle those differences. Rob claims Pernell doesn't appreciate the tea he makes. Pernell says Rob never compliments him when he changes his hair. Pernell's tracks are 1st and Rob's are second.  Also....some weird things happen during the recording......stay tuned...........

Rd. 1

Cammy's Theme- Hideyuki Fukasawa (Street Fighter V)

Palace of Destruction- Falcom Sound Team (Ys 1&2 Chronicles)

Rd. 2

Will Power- Shoji Meguro (Persona 4)

Beneath The Mask- Shoji Meguro with vocals by Lyn Inaizumi (Persona 5)

Rd. 3.

Healing Vision- DE-Sire (DDR)

Mr Video Games Theme- Tadd Nuznov, Misoka Panipum (1001 Spikes)

Rd. 4

Gungeon Up Gungeon Down- Doseone (Enter The Gungeon)

Love2 March- Hiroaki Yoshida (Magical Drop III)

Rd. 5

Between Ordeals- Nobou Uematsu, Masashi Hamauzu, Junya Nakano (Final Fantasy X)

Giants Cry Metal Cover- Takumi Naramura & Houryu Samejima Cover by MetalVideoGamer (La-Mulana)

Sudden Death

Physics Engine- Masanobu Matsunaga (Planet Puzzle League)

Borders- Gonzalo Varela (Fight N Rage)


Episode 2-5: An Undertale With Dusklight!

Greetings, gamers. I decided to drop this one a day early, since at least my American listeners may be a little bit distracted on November 3rd, and who knows where we'll be come Wednesday morning? I hope you enjoy this little bit of escapism. We love you all!

This week, the guys are once again joined by Dusklight, who will be taking us on a musical tour of her favorite game: Undertale!

If you've heard podcasts on this subject before, you'll probably recognize some of the tunes we're playing; however, you'll be hearing about the game's characters and high points of the pacifist, neutral, and genocide stories from the perspective of a very enthusiastic fan, along with her favorite musical points along the way.

If you haven't played the game and plan to some day, BEWARE: HERE BE SPOILERS!! This game's story is best experienced first-hand. Just be sure to come back and check out the episode when you're done. ;)

Special thanks as always to our patrons: Alex Messenger of A VGM Journey, The Last Rican of VGM Fight Club, Skeletroy of SNES Thrash Remixes on YouTube, and Carlos Leon-Roman of the Heroes Three Podcast. Thanks also to Skeletroy for our theme song and th Carlos and Ben "The Diad" Dishman for the show's artwork! Links to our patrons work is in the show notes.

You can be one of our patrons too, and get access to cool perks like seasonal topic polls, a special patrons-only request section of the show, and even a chance to guest on the podcast or pick out a whole playlist! You can also contact us at verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com or @Shootkapow on Twitter!

All of the music in Undertale was composed by Toby Fox, who was also the game's principal creator. It was first released online in 2015 and has since been ported to multiple systems. The under-dialogue music in this episode also features remixes and coves by some of the best YouTube artists composing and performing today. We'll be releasing a special follow-up bonus playlist this Friday, November 6th, so be sure to check that out for links to all of the creators' social media and download pages!


Playlist:

Undertale (Remix by [RetroSpecter])

Your Best Friend (Cover by String Player Gamer)

Ruins (Remix by Bulby)

Heartache (Cover by insaneintherain)

Snowy (Remix by Beats by J)

Bonetrousle (Remix by MyNewSoundtrack)

Waterfall (Remix by by Malcolm Robinson)

Spear of Justice/Battle Against a True Hero (Cover by GaMetal)

Another Medium by (Cover by RichaadEB Ft. The8BitDrummer)

Death by Glamour (Cover by Smooth McGroove)

Here We Are (Remix by Asosmo)

Megalovania by (Remix by Rohan Adiyodi/New Smash Bros Arr by Toby Fox)

Bergentrucking/ASGORE (Cover by Lame Genie)

Hopes and Dreams/Save the World (Remix by NyxTheShield Ft. Gatopaint) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message


[036] Travelling Through The Red Bluffs

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About: These themes personify the steep inclines and narrow pathways of imposing and dangerous areas. You’ll find these upbeat themes as you travel along precarious heights.

Artwork: Octopath Traveller

00:00 - Tal Tal Heights [The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening 2019]
by Kazue Ishikawa, Ryo Nagamatsu >

02:23 - A Settlement In The Red Bluffs [Octopath Traveller]
by Yasunori Nishiki >

04:47 - Towering Mountain [Lufia II: Rise Of The Sinistrals]
by Yasunori Shiono >

08:16 - To The North Mountain [Final Fantasy V]
by Nobuo Uematsu >

10:04 - Mt. Ordeals [Final Fantasy IV]
by Nobuo Uematsu >

11:53 - The Way To The Top [Final Fantasy III]
by Nobuo Uematsu >

12:48 - The Mountain [The Smurfs Game Boy]
by Alberto Jose Gonzales >

15:20 - Red Canyon (Stage) [Kirby’s Dreamland 2]
by Hirokazu Ando >

17:29 - Biscrow Volcano [3D Dot Game Heroes]
by Shinji Hosoe, Ayako Saso, Yousuke Yasui, Shoichiro Sakamoto, Teruo Taniguchi, Takahiro Eguchi, Norihiro Hurukawa >

18:48 - Different Roads [Trials of Mana]
by Hiroki Kikuta >

21:12 - The Cliftlands [Octopath Traveller]
by Yasunori Nishiki >

24:09 - The Highlands [Octopath Traveller]
by Yasunori Nishiki >

28:27 - To The Stars [Pyre]
by Darren Korb >

32:22 - Memory Of Running [Legend Of Mana]
by Yoko Shimomura >

34:22 - Distant Mountain [Suikoden]
by Hiroshi Tamawari, Mayuko Kageshita, Miki Higashino, Setsu Taniguchi, Tappi Iwase >

36:33 - Inn Town Ageel ~ Cursed Land [Grandia II]
by Noriyuki Iwadare >

www.pixelbeatpod.com >
pixelbeatpod@icloud.com >


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Episode 443: Paper Mario: The Origami King

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For the first week of Nintendo Month '20, Karl & Will spotlight on the incredibly vibrant, diverse and delightful score to Paper Mario: The Origami King! The score to this Nintendo Switch cross-genre game excels in every direction. Enjoy!

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Paper Mario: The Origami King - Yoshito Sekigawa, Shoh Murakami, Yoshiaki Kimura, Hiroki Morishita, Fumihiro Isobe - Nintendo - Switch - 2020

-Overlook Mountain

-Toad's BBQ Foodeatery

-Overlook Tower

-Toad Town Ghost Town

-Big Sho' Theater

-The Elastic Entertainer Enters

-Red Streamer Battle

-Snif City Royal Hotel - Pool

-Event Battle

-Deep, Deep Vibes

-Thrills at Night

-Vellumental Battle

-The Great Sea

-The Princess Peach

-Shangri-Spa

-Origami Castle

-Battle with King Olly

-Café - Scene

-Ending

-Purple Streamer Battle


KVGM "The Last Wave" (11/1/20)

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

Happy Halloween (belated! And while this show isn't necessarily spooky, we offer a ton of sweet treats in the form of jams. Mostly sweet jams but sometimes bittersweet. Because love is a battlefield. We're also a couple weeks away from the Last Wave's two year anniversary so get ready to revisit some soundtracks from our second year. And keep on shipping out those requests...we've got a bit of a backlog but we'll play your track, just hang on! 


Playlist

Sweet - DOORS MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
(AIKAGI 2, PC)

Empty Corridor - Ken Nakagawa
(Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana 2, Playstation 2)

Main Menu - Hajime Hirasawa
(Time Twist: Rekishi no Katasumi de..., Famicom Disk System)

Paddock 1: Normal Domestic Race Paddock- Hiroaki Takahashi and Takafumi Inamori
(Gallop Racer 2000, Playstation)

Pet Store Romance - Chiaki Kato
(Kawaii Pet Shop Monogatari, Game Boy Color)

Locker Room - Unknown
(Simple DS Series Vol. 29: The Sports Daishuugou, Nintendo DS)

You Make Me Believe - EXELION
(Shirokuma Belles Stars: Happy Holidays!, Playstation Portable)

Staff Roll - Harumi Fujita and Yasuaki Fujita
(Panic in Nakayoshi World, Super Famicom)

Special Request

Guiding Wind - Junya Nakano
(Another Mind, Playstation)

NNR Reruns: C1E37 - Super Castlevania OST (orig rel 10/27/2018)

Happy Halloween! Today’s broadcast is Episode 37 for Soundtrack Saturday, October 27th, 2018. Today’s soundtrack is the Super Castlevania IV soundtrack on the SNES, composed by Masanori Adachi and Taro Kudo.

Note: While producing the video, I noticed (and corrected) a few mistakes in the show notes that I did not notice when recording the audio for the outro. So the spoken track list in the outro will have those mistakes. Sorry. :-(

Track Number / Track Name / Time stamp

01: Intro - 00:00:00

02: Opening - 00:03:30

03: Prologue - 00:04:10

04: Password - 00:06:36

05: The Courtyard (stage 1-1) - 00:07:22

06: Simon's Theme (stage 1-2) - 00:07:49

07: Boss 1 - 00:10:56

08: Stage Clear - 00:12:27

09: Map A - 00:12:31

10: The Forest of Monsters (stage 2) - 00:12:48

11: The Cave (stage 3-1) - 00:16:08

12: The Waterfall (stage 3-2) - 00:18:05

13: The Submerged City (stage 3-3) - 00:20:53

14: Clockwork Mansion (stage 4-1) - 00:25:23

15: The Rotating Dungeon (stage 4-2) - 00:28:51

16: The Courtyard (stage 5-1) - 00:30:18

17: The Castle Door (Stage 5-2) - 00:32:45

18: Map B -00:33:36

19: The Entrance Hall (Stage 6-1) - 00:33:49

20: The Chandeliers (stage 6-2) - 00:35:20

21: Boss 2 - 00:38:00

22: The Library (stage 7) - 00:39:39

23: The Torture Chamber (stage 8) - 00:42:45

24: The Treasury Room (stage 9) - 00:46:52

25: Map C - 00:52:14

26: Bloody Tears (stage A) - 00:52:32

27: Map D - 00:54:31

28: Vampire Killer (Stage B-1) - 00:54:45

29: Beginning (Stage B-2) - 00:55:51

30: Room of Close Associates (Stage B-3) - 00:57:42

31: Dracula Battle - 01:00:21

32: Dracula's Death - 01:04:02

33: Ending - 01:04:33

34: Player Miss - 01:08:49

35: Game Over - 01:08:54

36: Secret Room - 01:09:02

37: Outro - 01:11:08

Music Block Runtime: 01:07:41, Total Episode Runtime: 01:17:24

Our Outro Music is Funky Radio - Jet Grind Radio - Dreamcast - BB Rights. Our Intro Music….is a surprise - a surprise that will be revealed in the outro. The haunted house image used is by DaakSM on DeviantArt


Episode 115: Spooky Special VI

Show Notes

Matt and Kris bring you another playlist of spooky VGM for your Halloween listening pleasure.

Useful Links

Background Music

Social Stuff


Episode 71 :: Castlevania Rondo of Blood, Darkest Dungeon

Show notes and gallery: http://videogamegrooves.com/2020/10/30/episode-71-castlevania-rondo-of-blood-darkest-dungeon

Emerging from the darkness and shadows of the night hours, an ominous figure looms. It moves like a vapor, with menace, and exudes a hunger–an unholy NEED–transfixing all who gaze upon it. It moves closer, too close for comfort and in a smooth but sinister voice, it rumbles “I vant to spin your winyl!” #podcastchillers

Our newest podcast for the witching time of the year is replete with the sounds of the season! Jeremy and Anthony pair up to investigate the dark corners (so to speak) of vinyl, and we’ve made otherworldly contact with Castlevania: Rondo of Blood from Mondo! Believe it or not, we haven’t covered this Castlevania record yet, but Anthony takes full advantage of the opportunity. We discuss how it may be a “pivot point” for the Castlevania series in a few ways, and Jeremy has a hard time tearing his eyes off the album art. When he does, he decides to lead us through the Darkest Dungeon, from Ghost Ramp. This one is a multimedia experience so be prepared with THIS LINK (https://www.artsy.net/artist/hieronymus-bosch) to experience the full effect of the severe music of Stuart Chatwood.

We take some time out to discuss the “droning” (or amelodic) music of video games, and whether it really makes for a genuinely enjoyable listening experience, and whether it turns out to be a large part of the video game soundtrack experience, and how that relates to “hero” tracks or songs.

We close out by updating you on the video game vinyl that demands your attention and money this week, as well as a few rumors to keep you tantalized and tormented.

Outro: “Mary Samba” – Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, by Akira Sōji, Keizo Nakamura, Tomoko Sano, Mikio Saito

Twitter – @vg_grooves, @jeremy_lamont

Links:
Ikaruga (Data Discs)
Coffee Talk (Black Screen Records)
Paradise Killer (Black Screen Records)
Disc Room (Devolver Store) (sold out)
Destroy All Humans! (Limited Run Games)
The Mummy Demastered (Limited Run Games)
Crossy Road Castle (Yetee Records)
Creaks (Minority Records) (Amanita Design)
Later Alligator (Fangamer)
Pepsiman 7″ (Chipped Records)



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Mikolai Stroinski And Garry Schyman Score Kafka's 'Metamorphosis'

Metamorphosis , created by the studio Ovid Works, is inspired by the Kafka story of the same name. There's a bit of the plot of The Trial woven into the story as well. The main character, Gregor, finds he's been turned into an insect, and it's up to him to investigate why his friend Joseph has been taken away to be interrogated. Both Mikolai Stroinski and Garry Schyman say working on the soundtrack was one of the most artistically rewarding projects they've ever done. Mikolai and Garry's music reflects Kafka's era, and they took a chance on writing music in the style of the time by Alban Berg, Arnold Schoenberg and Anton Webern. Finding a singer up to the challenge of this demanding music was difficult, but Mikolai discovered soloist Joanna Freszel who brought the texts to life. Gregor's life as a bug and Joseph's experience on trial happen simultaneously, and Mikolai and Garry traded themes back and forth so that the music they each wrote would sound cohesive. Both Mikolai and Garry

Episode 65: Halloween Invasion With Joe

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Happy Halloween! Joe and Ed get together on a particularly stormy night to play some creepy and scary game music. As the weather gets worse, though, things get a little weird. Will our hosts survive the night?

Special thanks to Voltz Supreme and Logan for lending their voice talents to the show!

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!

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The Tracklist:

1 – “Bonneton” from Super Mario Odyssey (Switch, 2017) Composed by Shiho Fujii

2 – “Toccata and Fugue in D Minor” from Gyruss (NES, 1988) Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, arranged by Atsushi Fujio, Yūichi Sakakura, and Harumi Ueko

3 – “The Phone’s Ringing” from A Hat in Time (Mac, Ps4, Windows, XB1, 2017) Composed by Pascal Michael Stiefel

4 – “Decisive Battle – Player Turn” from Future Tactics: The Uprising (PS2, Xbox, GC, 2004) Composed by Tim Follin

5 – “Damaged (Slow with Rain)” from Chasing Dead (Wii U, PC, Mac, Linux, 2016) Composed by Kate Kelly and Stephanie Neumann

6 – “Track 9” from Scooby Doo (GBA, 2002) Composed by Mashi Hasu

7 – “Boss!!” from Sonic CD (Sega CD, PC, 1993) Composed by Spencer Nilsen and David Young

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My 16-Bit Horror Movie

This year, I tried to pick tracks that sound like they could be from a horror movie — and not just any horror movie, but a solid B horror flick, watched on VHS, with a synthy score that’s way better that it should be given the quality of the movie. There is also an "all music, no talk" version of this episode up on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/posts/43338773 BTW, if you dig this, then check out VGM101’s 16-bit horror episode from this week: https://prolefeed101.com/vgm-101-episode-43-16-bit-horror/ And its Splatterhouse episode from the week before: https://prolefeed101.com/vgm-101-episode-42-splatterhouse/ Also have a listen to all my previous Halloween episodes: https://singingmountainpod.com/episodes/playlist-halloween Support Singing Mountain on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/singingmountain Track listing: 0:17 Ruined City / King of Demons (Super Famicom) / Hiroshi Iizuka and Tomohiro Endo 3:28 Caves / Go! Go! Ackman (Super Famicom) / Kajima Shitamachi 5:53 Reasoning 2 / Famicom Tantei Club Part 2: The Girl Who Stands Behind (Super Famicom) / Kenji Yamamoto 8:49 Sleepless Night / Anubis of the Moon’s Surface (Super Famicom) / Hiroshi Iizuka 11:15 Ancient Ruins / Romancing Saga 2 (Super Famicom) / Kenji Ito 13:29 BGM 8 / Tsukikomori (Super Famicom) / Horiguchi Takashi 16:11 Troubled Town / Ranma 1/2: Akanekodan no Hihou (Super Famicom) / Toshio Okamoto 17:16 Evil Cross Battle / Splatterhouse (Turbografx-16) / Katsuro Tajima and Yoshinori Kawamoto 20:13 Level 3 / Stormlord (Sega Genesis) / Jeroen Tel 26:31 Museum 3 / Aero the Acro-Bat (Sega Genesis) / Rick Fox 28:29 Never Ending Rain / Addams Family Values (Sega Genesis) / Keith Tinman 32:43 Sadness / Last Bible III (Super Famicom) / Hiroyuki Yanada 35:08 Treasure in a Hollow Tree / Motoko-chan no Wonder Kitchen (Super Famicom) / Unknown Composer 38:03 Deep Sea Ruins / Magic Knight Rayearth (Super Famicom) / Daisuke Tamura 40:54 Shrine for the Worship of Chaos / Arcana (Super NES) / Jun Ishikawa and Hirokazu Ando 42:37 Dark Cave / Tenshi no Uta: Shiroki Tsubasa no Inori (Super Famicom) / Motoi Sakuraba and Shinji Tamura 46:04 Bad Omen 2 / Famicom Tantei Club Part 2: The Girl Who Stands Behind (Super Famicom) / Kenji Yamamoto 48:10 Different Dimension / Laplace no Ma (Super Famicom) / Akiko Kosaka 49:36 Thick Fog / Pocky & Rocky (Super NES) / Hiroyuki Iwatsuki 51:33 Lava / Hamelin no Violin Hiki (Super Famicom) / Yoshiyuki Mori 53:19 Haunted Mansion / Mystic Ark (Super Famicom) / Akihiko Mori 56:12 Theme of Satan / Puyo Puyo (Sega Genesis) / Masanobu Tsukamoto, Akiyoshi Nagao, Toshiaki Sakoda and Masaaki Harada 58:58 Unknown Song / Dracula (Super NES) / Matt Furniss Drew on Twitter: https://twitter.com/drewgmackie Singing Mountain on Twitter: https://twitter.com/singmopod On Facebook: https://facebook.com/singingmountainpod/ On iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/singing-mountain/id1252832457 On Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2ISyNLUc1ALxzvjBqw4ru3 On Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Ifofiaeephbs27wb6cqr24dlgl4 On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/singingmountainpod On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9f9iAcO1ZMTYVH91c2Jsyw Official website: https://singingmountainpod.com TableCakes Productions: https://www.tablecakes.com

Episode 171: Can't Stop Talking!

Casey, Perry, and TYP each pick a game for another Talk Nintendo Podcast crossover episode!

Sound of Play: 273 – ROZEN

Joining Leon Cox for Sound of Play 273, is the award-winning composer Daniel Jimenez a.k.a ROZEN A graduate of Berklee College of Music, his recent work includes an extensive repertoire of video game arrangements from franchises […]

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Episode 25-3 The Horror!

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This week on the show we listen to music from all games monster-related and ghost-adjacent! Not all these tracks are scary on their own, but we hope they put you into the Halloween spirit! We talk about all the things that scare Pernell and some of Rob's favorite horror movies! Some say that if you play this podcast 3 times in the mirror, Pernell shows up behind you with a bag of potato chips! So, go do that!

Episode 61 – Spookyfest 2020!

Podcast VGM XVGM Radio

It’s Halloween time! Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, the guys had to, of course, cancel the “live” festival of previous years for something more….virtual. Mike and Justin picked 11 scary, haunting, creepy, and most of all SPOOKY video game music tunes that will put the stalk in your scarecrows….the flaps in your bats….the lasagna in your….fat cats? Well, you’ll understand when you listen. A ghoulish mix of modern and classic tunes will flood your VGM well, and in 7 days, you’ll STILL be jamming to 2020’s SPOOKYFEST!

Episode 220: Ninja Trigonometry

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We've got a slightly confusingly worded theme for this awesome episode: games that remind you of other games! Does a game bring about memories of a different game? Is it a spiritual successor? Is it like another game but made with ninjas? Is it way past tolerable on the toilet humor scale? Does it have the vibe and the music of another game but it's less rapey? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then it might be part of this episode! As always, there are tons of awesome tunes, so please enjoy!

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Episode 442: Marcato Bros. 2020 Spooktacular

Episodes

Just in time for Halloween, Karl & Will share a playlist of SPOOKY music by the Super Marcato Bros! And also play a Halloween rendition of Name That Tune! Enjoy this fun and special episode. Happy Halloween!

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Occultus - Super Marcato Bros. - The Legend of the Vampire (Prologue)
Dr. Acula's Malevolent Manor - Will Brueggemann - Crypt Keeper's Keep
The Ultimate Hum - Karl Brueggemann - In the Halls of the Blood-Soaked Castle
Hello World: Journey to Dino Island - Super Marcato Bros. - Castle Island
Will Brueggemann - Spooky Opening & Main Titles
Sonicesque, Vol. IV - Karl Brueggemann - Cursed Caverns
Askr - Super Marcato Bros. - Ymir the Ice Giant (Final Boss)
Dr. Acula's Malevolent Manor - Will Brueggemann - Prologue
Karl Brueggemann - Searching the Swamp
Occultus - Super Marcato Bros. - Stage 4
The Ultimate Hum - Karl Brueggemann - Spirits of the Mystic Mountain
Will Brueggemann - Lloyd's Theme Variation 1 Medley
Hero of Legend - Super Marcato Bros. - Skulls & Bones (Graveyard)
Occultus - Super Marcato Bros. - Stage 3
Spooky VRC6 - Will Brueggemann - Stranger Danger
Karl Brueggemann - Hairy Cemetary


KVGM "The Last Wave" (10/25/20)

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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.

Another week, another half hour of jams. Lots of unknowns but the unknowns in life make things a little more interesting, less predictable. We've got a Perfect Stranger spinoff theme, walking pachi balls, TOEIC training guides, and even snickerdoodle cookie cakes, yum yum yum. If you keep listenin', we'll keep jammin' out the jams!


Playlist

Daydream - Hyakutaro Tsukumo
(Kaze no Oka Kouen Nite, Playstation)

Love Alright - Unknown
(Momotsuki: Koufuu no Misasagi-Ou, Playstation 2)

Still Training - Unknown
(Motto TOEIC Test DS Training, Nintendo DS)

Cake Shop - Daisuke Shiiba
(Style Saavy: Trendsetters, Nintendo 3DS)

Perfect Patissier - Unknown
(Little Patissier: Cake no Oshiro, Game Boy Advance)

Password - Unknown
(Kouryaku Casino Bar, Super Famicom)

Pachi in the City - Masato Miyamoto and Yuki no Papa
(Pachio-kun: Maboroshi no Densetsu, PC-Engine CD)

Credits - Unknown
(Shootout Pool, Arcade)

Special Request

Ending Demo 5 ~ Gedo High School - Etsuko Yoneda
(Project Justice, Sega Dreamcast)

STAGE 70: Halloween VII

Some of the best horror games share something in common: and that is The ability to deliver a feeling of fright and unease upon pressing start on the title screen. Luckily, there’s no shortage of video game titles designed to send you into a tailspin of terror. Be it games from the past or present; The one thing they all share is that they’re designed to make you feel like anything could be lurking around the shadows with just a simple press of a button.

This is why THIS stage of the Retro VGM Revival Hour has chosen the most haunting tracks from various horror themed games to get your blood pumping this Halloween season.


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1.) The 7th Guest – George Alistair Sanger (David Sanger for "Skeletons In My Closet") – “Dolls Of Doom, Rain, Skeletons In My Closet (vocals by Kris McKay) & The Game (vocals by Robert Harrison),“ – April 1, 1993 – Trilobyte/Virgin Interactive Entertainment

2.) Resident Evil 3 (2020) – Saori Maeda, Masami Ueda, Ryo Koike, Takumi Saito & Azusa Kato – “The City of Ruin, Free from Fear, Fighting in the Flames, Laboratory & Surrounded by Terror“ – April 3, 2020

3.) Mortal Shell – Simon Heath – “Deep Roots, Dark Father & Under a Broken Sun“ – August 18, 2020 – Cold Symmetry/Playstack

4.) World of Horror – Pawel Kozminski – “Seaside Mystery, Seaside Combat & Home“ – Feb 20, 2020 – Pawel Kozminski/Ysbryd Games

5.) Bram Stoker’s Dracula – Kevin Collier – “Intro“ – January 1, 1994 -Psygnosis

6.) Bendy and the Ink Machine – theMeatly – “Build Our Machine, The Searchers, Sammy Jam, Little Devil Darling & Drawn to darkness“ – February 10, 2017 – Kindly Beast/Rooster Teeth Games

7.) Castle of Terror – Neil Brennan – “The Village“ – 1984 – Beam Software/Melbourne House

8.) Outlast – Samuel Laflamme – “First Chase, Male Ward Chase, Now My Son & Surgeon Attack“ – September 4, 2013 – Red Barrels

9.) Dead Space 2 – Jason Graves – “Padded Room With A View, Class Dismissed & War and Pieces“ – January 25, 2011 – Visceral Games/EA

10.) Spooky’s Jump Scare Mansion (Spooky’s House of Jumpscares) – Akuma Kira – “The House That Spooky Built (Main Theme), VIOLENT, Your Consenting Mind (Clean ver.) & A Smile Beneath Your Skin“ – October 24, 2014 – Lag Studios

11.) Call of Cthulhu: Shadow of the Comet – Philippe Vachey – “Path To The Calvary, Illsmouth Theme 1 & Welcome To Illsmouth“ – March 25, 1993 – Infogrames

12.) Carrion – Cris Velasco – “Eternal Adversary, Appetite for Destruction & Attack of the Peacekeepers“ – July 23, 2020 – Phobia Game Studio/Devolver Digital

13.) Alone in the Dark – Philippe Vachey – “In the Eye of the Storm, The Battle Against Evil, Gramophone Part 3 & Run for Your Life“ – 1992 – Infogrames

14.) OverBlood – Hiroaki Iwatani – “Earthquake Damage, Crisis & Last Fight“ – August 2, 1996 – Riverhillsoft/EA

15.) Maid of Sker – Gareth Lumb & Tia Kalmaru – “Calon Lân (Pure Heart), Sanctuary, Relentless & Suo Gân (Welsh Lullaby)“ – July 28, 2020 – Wales Interactive

16.) Blair Witch – Arkadiusz Reikowski – “Prologue, The Scent & I Am Here But You’re Not“ – August 30, 2019 – Bloober Team/Lionsgate Games

17.) Agony – Jeroen Tel, Tim Wright & Martin Iveson – “High Score, The forest (Level 2) & Intro/opening“ – 1992 – Art & Magic/Psygnosis

18.) Conarium – Onur Şamlı & Oral Şamlı – “Antarctic Base Theme 1, Tension & Rememberance“ – June 6, 2017 – Zoetrope Interactive/Iceberg Interactive

19.) Penumbra (Black Plague, Overture & Requiem) – Mikko Tarmia – “Penumbra theme, Overture Theme, Requiem Theme & Spider attack“ – March 8, 2007 – Frictional Games/Lexicon Entertainment


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Track Listing

Field of Hopes and Dreams - Deltarune - Toby Fox

Blood Swamps - DOOM Eternal: Ancient Gods - Andrew Hulshult and David Levy

Quillshrooms Horror - The Messenger - Rainbowdragoneyes

The Pass - Gothic II - Kai Rosenkranz

Eerie Forrest - Shadow of the Beast - David Whitaker

A Ghosts Pumpkin Soup (Remix 2019) - Sonic Adventure 2 - Tomoya Ohtani


Tooned - Gummi Bears

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Senpai's Playlist 1x05- That's Just Disturbing or It's A Mixture of Cleavage & Insects

On this weeks episode, me and Claire pick tracks from anime that are just out right disturbing. From haunted schools, to immortals, and all the way to the streets of Tokyo, these anime will make you shudder or at least feel squeamish. We also talk about Claire's visit, the next pokemon dlc, and begin to lay the groundwork for determining who's the better pokemon trainer.


Hoshikuzu no Ringu by Asami Imai (Corpse Party: Tortured Souls)

Wild Side by YURiKA (Beastars)

Stellar by Haruka Tojo (Island of Giant Insects OVA)

Cause Disarray by Galneyrus (RIN: Daughters of Mnemosyne)

Last Kiss by Bonnie Pink (Gantz)

Unravel by TK (Tokyo Ghoul)

Bonus:

Last Kiss Acoustic ver

Unravel Acoustic ver



Game Over / The Return of Peach

It’s a Halloween miracle! As Singing Mountain preps to transfer over to a new hosting site, some of the Patreon-only bonuses from back in the pre-16 bit days are getting folded into the main feed mix. Since this was in the process anyway, I decided that listeners might enjoy this all-music, no-talk Halloween episode. It’s all creepy Nintendo music! Track listing: 0:10: Joke’s End / Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions / Yoko Shimomura 2:01: Haunted Enigmansion / Paper Mario: Sticker Star / Masanobu Matsunaga, Saki Kurata, Shoh Murakami, Yoshito Sakigawa, Yasuhisa Baba, Hiroki Morishita, Masanori Adachi, Kiyoshi Hazemoto, Tomoko Sano, Kosei Muraki, Hiroaki Hanaoka, Yasumasa Yamada and Koji Kondo 5:34: It’s Chimera Research / Mother 3 / Shogo Sakai 7:20: Ripple Star Catacombs / Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards / Jun Ishikawa and Hirokazu Ando 8:48: Palace of Twilight / Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess / Toru Minegishi and Asuka Ohta 12:20: Bad Manor / Wario Land: Shake It! / / Tomoya Tomita and Minako Hamano 17:02: Hypno K.K. (Aircheck) / Animal Crossing: New Leaf / Manaka Kataoka, Atsuko Asahi and Kazumi Totaka 20:21: Ghoulish Galleon / Mario Sports Mix / Masayoshi Soken and Kumi Tanioka 23:17: Valhalla / Metroid Prime 3: Corruption / Kenji Yamamoto, Minako Hamano and Masaru Tajima 26:00: Misty Menace / Donkey Kong Country / David Wise 28:22: Dark Manor / Kirby’s Epic Yarn / Tomoya Tomita 30:17: Thieves’ Hideout / Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds / Ryo Nagamatsu 32:20: Spooky Ambiance / StarFox Adventures / David Wise and Ben Cullum 34:51: Shriek Mansion 2 / Super Princess Peach / Akira Fujiwara 36:16: Depths of the Forest / Marvelous / Yuichi Ozaki 37:56: Bionis’ Interior / Xenoblade Chronicles / ACE+ 41:05: Shadow Temple / Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time / Koji Kondo 44:04: Horror Land / Mario Party 2 / Hironao Yamamoto, Shohei Bando and Kazuhiko Sawaguchi 45:52: Ghostly Encounter / Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door / Yoshito Hirano, Yuka Tsujiyoko and Saki Haruyama 48:04: Horror / Yoshi’s Crafted World / Kazufumi Umeda 50:57: Lost Woods / Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks / Toru Minegishi, Manaka Tominaga, Asuka Ota and Koji Kondo 51:56: Boo Lake / Mario Kart: Super Circuit / Kenichi Nishimaki, Masanobu Matsunaga and Minako Hamano 53:49: Strange Forest / Shin Onigashima Zenpen / Koji Kondo 55:27: Happy Happy Is Blue / Earthbound / Keiichi Suzuki and Hirokazu Tanaka 58:20: Snake Princess / Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem / Steve Henefin 62:42: Hel’s Theme / Fire Emblem Heroes / Hiroki Morishita 66:22: Kappa Cove / A Kappa’s Trail / Unknown Composer Support Singing Mountain on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/singingmountain Drew on Twitter: https://twitter.com/drewgmackie Singing Mountain on Twitter: https://twitter.com/singmopod On Facebook: https://facebook.com/singingmountainpod/ On iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/singing-mountain/id1252832457 On Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2ISyNLUc1ALxzvjBqw4ru3 On Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Ifofiaeephbs27wb6cqr24dlgl4 On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/singingmountainpod On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9f9iAcO1ZMTYVH91c2Jsyw Official website: https://singingmountainpod.com TableCakes Productions: https://www.tablecakes.com

Battle Bards Episode 179: Arrr pirates!

Shiver me timbers -- the Battle Bards are coming aboard and demanding that all capable musicians appear on the poop deck and blast out a few shanties and jigs for their pleasure! In today's episode, this motley crew examines the pirate themes that sail across many-a-MMO. Will they find rich booty -- or only a few pieces o' eight? Find out!

Episode 179 show notes

  • Intro (feat. "Salty Sailor" from World of Warcraft, "The Adventure Begins" from Tales of Pirates, "The Redmoon Marauders" from WildStar, and "Driftwood Island Combat" from Pirates of the Caribbean Online)
  • "Pirate Ship" from MapleStory 2
  • "We Shall Sail Together" from Sea of Thieves
  • "Freeport Theme" from Atlas
  • "Pirates" from Ashen Empires
  • "Port Theme" from Florensia
  • "Randy Dandy Oh" from The Legend of Pirates Online
  • "San Juan" from Pirates of the Burning Sea
  • Which one did we like best?
  • Listener note from Katriana
  • Jukebox picks: "Credits" from Flashback CD, "Hero Approaches" from Port Royale 4, and "The Time Traveller" from Luna: The Shadow Dust.
  • Outro ("Bay Theme" from Cloud Pirates)

Sound of Play: 272 – the videogame music podcast

Ryan shares the next year in game history medley, featuring music from 174 games from the year 2009. You can keep up with the History of Videogame Music project and download high-quality versions of the […]

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Episode 25-2 Video Game Blind Dates

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We're matching up video game characters for blind-dates on this week's episode! Rob and Pernell play match-maker, picking random characters and then finding out if they're compatible! Some are hits! Some are misses! Some should never be! But hey, it's just 8-bit coffee for these single heroes and villains!

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!

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!

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Episode 2-4: Halloween 2020 - Nightmare Fuel!

Episode 2-4: Halloween Special 2020: Nightmare Fuel

Kirby games are renowned for their charm, their clever use of power-ups, and their accessibility to gamers of all ages. They are also well-know for their nightmarish final bosses, many of whom have multiple forms, each scarier than the last.

An evil wizard who wants to fill Dream Land with nightmares? A warrior so strong he was sealed away for the safety of the multiverse? A Destroyer of Worlds created from the combination of all chaos and possibilities? We've got them all and more in this, our very first Halloween Special! And, as always, there's a scary amount of very good music to be heard!

Special thanks to our patrons, whose work you can find linked below the track list: Carlos of the Heroes Three podcast, Skeletroy of the SNES Thrash Remix channel on Youtube, The Last Rican of the VGM Fight Club podcast, and Alex "The Messenger" Messenger, host of A VGM Journey. You too can join our Patreon to help us make the podcast the best that it can be and have a direct influence on the show's content by visiting patreon.com/vgmvgm!

As always, you can reach out to us by e-mail (verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com), Twitter (@Shootkapow), or in the comments section of our Youtube videos.


Nightmare Appears/Nightmare Wizard - Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land - Originally Hirokazu Ando - GBA - HAL/Nintendo - 2002

Vs. Marx - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate -Originally Jun Ishikawa - SNES - HAL/Nintendo - 1996 (Smash arrangement supervised by Yasunori Mitsuda - Switch - Sora Ltd./BANDAI NAMCO/ Nintendo - 2018)

02 Battle - Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards - Jun Ishikawa - N64 - HAL/Nintendo - 2000

Dark Mind Final Battle - Kirby & the Amazing Mirror - Hironobu Inagaki, Atsuyoshi Isemura - GBA - HAL/Nintendo - 2004

Drawcia Sorcoress - Kirby: Canvas Curse - Jun Ishikawa or Tadashi Ikegami - DS - HAL/Nintendo - 2005

Dark Meta Knight Battle - Kirby & the Amazing Mirror - Hironobu Inagaki, Atsuyoshi Isemura - GBA - HAL/Nintendo - 2004

Galacta Knight - Kirby's Return to Dream Land - Jun Ishikawa - Wii - HAL/Nintendo - 2011

C-R-O-W-N-E-D (Magolor Soul) - Kirby's Return to Dram Land - Hirokazu Ando - Wii - HAL/Nintendo - 2011

Vs. Squashini - Kirby's Epic Yarn - Tomoya Tomita - Wii - Good-Feel/HAL/Nintendo - 2010

Bad Nightmare - Kirby Mass Attack - Shogo Sakai - DS - HAL/Nintendo - 2011

Final Boss - Kirby Mass Attack - Shogo Sakai - DS - HAL/Nintendo - 2011

The Final Battle (vs. Dark Crafter) - Kirby and the Rainbow Curse - Shogo Sakai - Wii-U - HAL/Nintendo - 2015

Fatal Blooms in Moonlight (Moonstruck Blossom) - Kirby Triple Deluxe - Hirokazu Ando - 3DS - HAL/Nintendo - 2014

The World to Win - Kirby Triple Deluxe - Hirokazu Ando - 3DS - HAL/Nintendo - 2014

Mind in a Program - Kirby: Planet Robobot - Hirokazo Ando & Jun Ishikawa - 3DS - HAL/Nintendo - 2015

Super Nova - Kirby: Planet Robobot - Hirokazo Ando & Jun Ishikawa - 3DS - HAL/Nintendo - 2015

Void Termina Battle (Flying Phase) - Kirby Star Allies - Hirokazo Ando - Jun Ishikawa -Switch - HAL/Nintendo - 2018


Artwork by Ben Dishman (@TheDiad) and Carlos Leon-Roman. Theme song by Skeletroy


Patron links:

Alex Messenger's Podcast: https://anchor.fm/s/f8b4688/podcast/rss

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Skeletroy's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM84dO4lFBk2NUnKQvypmTw

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[035] Opening Stages from the Game Boy and Game Boy Color

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About: Similarly to our first episode, this one features first stage themes, but from Game Boy and Game Boy Color titles. First stage themes are essentially introductions into a games world, and these are some from a collection of Nintendo releases.

Artwork: Super Mario Land

00:00 - Ground BGM [Super Mario Land]
by Hirokazu Tanaka >

01:18 - Free Flyer~Challenger 1985 (Stage 1) [Nemesis]
by Michiru Yamane, Tomoya Tomita >

02:17 - Stages 1, 4, 7, 10 [Heiankyo Alien]
by Norio Nakagata >

03:34 - General Slaughter (Level 1) [Battletoads Game Boy]
by David Wise >

06:05 - Mountain Forest [Turok: Battle of the Bionosaurs]
by Alberto Jose Gonzales >

09:56 - World 1 [Trip World]
by Tsutomu Ishida, Masayuki Iwata, Atsushi Mihiro >

11:58 - Battle of the Holy (Stage 1 BGM) [Castlevania: The Adventure]
by Shigeru Fukutake, Norio Hanzawa, Hidehiro Funauchi >

13:48 - Area 1 [Bionic Commando]
by Koji Murata >

16:01 - Level 1 [RoboCop Game Boy]
by Jonathan Dunn >

20:00 - Level Music [RoboCop 2]
by Jonathan Dunn >

23:09 - Stage 1 [The Adventures of Star Saver]
by Unknown >

26:05 - Green Greens [Kirby’s Dream Land]
by Jun Ishikawa >

28:01 - Chapter 1 (Silver Hills, Present Day) [Power Rangers: Time Force]
by Iku Mizutani >

29:52 - Stage 1 [Aerostar]
by Dot Ando >

31:26 - Stage 1 [Chiky
Kaih Gun ZAS]
by Yumi Satake, Shigekazu Kamaki >

www.pixelbeatpod.com >
pixelbeatpod@icloud.com >


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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)
Manawave (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 Drew on Twitter: https://twitter.com/drewgmackie Singing Mountain on Twitter: https://twitter.com/singmopod On Facebook: https://facebook.com/singingmountainpod/ On iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/singing-mountain/id1252832457 On Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2ISyNLUc1ALxzvjBqw4ru3 On Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Ifofiaeephbs27wb6cqr24dlgl4 On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/singingmountainpod On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9f9iAcO1ZMTYVH91c2Jsyw Official website: https://singingmountainpod.com TableCakes Productions: https://www.tablecakes.com

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.

Useful Links

Background Music

Social Stuff


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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October Patreon Live Recording – 2020

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DENTAL PLAN!Take a look back through the backstage area of SPOOKYFEST 2020, where Mike and Justin are dropping some SPOOOOOOOKY, SPOOPY musical vibes, all exclusive to Patrons! From the terrifying, haunting, nails-on-a-chalkboard, skin crawling LISA: The Painful, to some old familiars from the Belmont Family! Swap your heads and bite some necks while you creak through the mansion basement of the VIP backstage pass for SPOOKYFEST 2020!

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