19 April 2017

LMH Mixtape #56: The Old West

Better get yer doggies rollin' in the general direction of the Legacy Music Hour Dude Ranch, because Boss Brent Weinbach and F. Switch the Kid are about to serve up one of best mixtapes ever made (at least in Chief Silver Key's opinion).  So what are you waiting for? Tie up your hoss, grab a plate of vittles, and pour in the jam.


KEYGLYPH'S AWARDS & COMMENDATIONS, JUST BECAUSE

Instant new favorite: Lucky Luke - Credits
Other instant new favorite:  Live A Live - Sancho de Los Panchos
Other other instant new favorite: Sunset Riders - Gunfight at the Sunset Corral (Town Stage 1)
Brewed new favorite: Day Dreamin' Davey - Wild West Theme 2
Other brewed new favorite:  Gun.Smoke - The Boulders (Stage 2)

Inspires the loudest sing-alongs:  Live A Live - Sancho de Los Panchos
Now That I've Found It, I Can't Live Without It:  The entire Lucky Luke soundtrack


Track listing and original episode:

http://legacymusichour.blogspot.com/2011/11/legacy-music-hour-episode-56-old-west.html

05 April 2017

Episode 187: Rob's World

Rob finally returns and has a LOT to share about what’s being going on in his life, in this somewhat manly themed episode of the Legacy Music Hour.  Plus, a new segment: Prizes From Gabe.  Legacy Music Hour sound engineer Gabe Castro is kind enough to give Brent and Rob some neat prizes.  Also, another new segment: VGM Karaoke Face-Off.  Two different people sing along different lyrics to the same video game music track, and everyone decides who did a better job.  It’s a pretty action packed episode, not to mention the great music.  NOTE: The farting noise in this episode is a sound the equipment was making -not one of the boizz cutting loose.  Full track listing below.



Game - Composer - Song - Company - Console - Year (North American release unless otherwise indicated)

Undercover Cops - Takushi Hiyamuta - Sarah Sowertty - Irem/Varie - Super Famicom - 1995

Road Rash - Michael Bartlow - Grass Valley - Electronic Arts - Genesis - 1991

Kiss Shot - Naofumi Hataya (Hata), Hiroshi Kubota (Jimita) - Lose Theme - Sega - Mega Drive Meganet - 1991

Nastar Warrior - Hisayoshi Ogura (......OGR.) - Ya-Bu’s Dream (Name Entry) - Taito - arcade - 1988

Pachi-Slot World Cup '94 - unknown - gameplay - I'Max - Game Boy (Japan) - 1994

Metal Slader Glory: Director's Cut - Takane Okubo - Drive - Nintendo/HAL - Super Famicom - 2000

Xexex - Hidenori Maezawa, Motoaki Furukawa, Satoko Miyawaki, A. Hashimoto - Happy Daymare (Stage 6a) - Konami - arcade - 1991

Ski or Die - Rob Hubbard - Title Screen - Konami/Ultra Games - NES - 1991

Time Trax - Tim Follin - Mission Briefing - Malibu - Genesis - 1994 (unreleased)

Splatterhouse 3 - Eiko Kaneda (Milky Eiko) - Boreworm Boss (Embryo Boss) - Namco/Now Production - Genesis - 1993

Super Mario Land - Hirokazu Tanaka - Muda Kingdom - Nintendo - Game Boy - 1989

29 March 2017

LMH Mixtape #55: Fire and Lava

Lava levels have been a staple in video games since the early days, so of course the Legacy Music Hour needed a fire and lava focus of their very own. Now get toasty with Brent and Rob F. the Switch's picks all over again, this time in mixtape form, as you carefully platform your way through some of the best video game tunes to feature words like "blaze," "burning," and "inferno" in their titles.


KEYGLYPH'S AWARDS & COMMENDATIONS, JUST BECAUSE

Instant new favorite: Ristar - Round 3-1 (Busy Flare)
Other brewed new favorite: Gradius II - Burning Heat (Stage 1)

Blatant Favoritism Award:  Sonic 3D Blast - Volcano Valley Zone 2
Somebody please expand these lyrics*: Tetris Attack - Blaze Stage

*Brent's freestyle begins at 00:51:36 in the original episode


Track listing and original episode:

http://legacymusichour.blogspot.com/2011/11/legacy-music-hour-episode-55-fire-and.html

15 March 2017

LMH Mixtape #54: Elevator Music 2

For over fifty episodes the Legacy Music Hour churned out unique, non-repeating themes... and then came Elevator Music 2!  This musical flavor is so quirky, interesting, and good that the boizz decided to revisit it before any others.  So get ready to drift away like you're on hold, in a waiting room, or riding to the top floor with this group of jams that are most certainly worth a hundred man dollars.


KEYGLYPH'S AWARDS & COMMENDATIONS, JUST BECAUSE

Instant new favorite:  Body Count - Map Screen
Other instant new favorite: International Superstar Soccer Deluxe - Further Challenges

Brewed new favorite: Chrono Trigger - Wings That Cross Time


Track listing and original episode:

http://legacymusichour.blogspot.com/2011/11/legacy-music-hour-episode-54-elevator.html

01 March 2017

Episode 186: Spencer Crittenden

For Episode 186, Brent is joined by Spencer Crittenden from the TV show HarmonQuest and the Harmontown podcast and who also happens to be a Legacy Music Hour user.  Rob is still recovering from the broken leg, but he'll most likely be back for the next episode.  Full track listing below.



Game - Composer - Song - Company - Console - Year (North American release unless otherwise indicated)

Desert Commander - Hiroyuki Masuno - Select Mode - Kemco - NES - 1989

Mother - Hirokazu Tanaka, Keiichi Suzuki - Factory - Nintendo - Famicom - 1989

Jungle Wars 2 - Toshio Okamoto - City (Day) - Atelier Double/Pony Canyon - Super Famicom - 1993

Time Trax - Tim Follin - Title Screen/Credits - Malibu - Genesis - 1994 (unreleased)

Super Uno - Toshiyuki Takine - Title Screen - Tomy - Super Famicom - 1993

Uchuu Race: Astro Go! Go! - Yusuke Takahama - Daisy Age Star - Kaze/Meldac - Super Famicom - 1994

Ghost Pilots - Masahiko Hataya (Papaya) - Ending/Credits - SNK - Neo Geo - 1991

SRD: Super Real Darwin - Seiichi Hamada - Gashalva - Data East - arcade - 1987

Pac-In-Time - Frederic Motte - Forest - Kalisto/Namco - SNES - 1995

King of Casino - Hiroshi Suzuki - Results - NEC - TurboGrafx-16 - 1990

The Blue Marlin - unknown - Cape Canaveral - Hot-B - NES - 1992