30 October 2013

Episode 157: Final Episode Podcast In Review

Brent and Rob say goodbye on this final, special episode of The Legacy Music Hour.  Much less focused on the music, the boyz recall fun and funny moments from the past, talk about the reasons why the podcast is ending, and are visited by several special guests!  Thank you to all the users for their support and donations over the last three years!  Thank you to all the amazing 8-bit and 16-bit era video game music composers featured on LMH!  And don't worry, it's not over, look for LMH related stuff in the future!  Partial track listing below.



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

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past - Koji Kondo - Staff Roll - Nintendo - SNES - 1992


Relevant Links:

Brent Weinbach's comedy record Mostly Live on iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/mostly-live/id532644368

Brent Weinbach's Youtube channel:

www.youtube.com/brentweinbach

Brent Weinbach's website:

www.brentweinbach.com

Rob F. Switch's Twitter:

www.twitter.com/fisticuts

Rob F. Switch's website:

www.fisticuts.com

Rob F. Switch's Facebook fan page:

www.facebook.com/fisticuts

23 October 2013

Episode 156: Best Of Year In Review 3

Once again, Brent and Rob countdown their TOP TEN favorite video game music tracks of the year (Episodes 105 through 155).  This episode marks the completion of three whole years of The Legacy Music Hour.  The tracks selected could only be music they became aware of within the last 51 episodes (and that were played on the podcast).  Lots of "kills it" moments.  NOTE: If it's unclear, Brent and Rob are bowing in the photo.  Also, the cartridge right above the Narc shirt, which is hard to see, is the Famicom game, Akumajou Special: Boku Dracula-kun.  Partial track listing below.



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

Alcahest - Jun Ishikawa - Friends - Square - Super Famicom - 1993

16 October 2013

Episode 155: Free Play 15.5

The final free play before next week's top ten best of the year count down.  Brent and Rob come up with some new words and phrases in this episode, but in the end, after 154 photos of them posing something related to the episode, they couldn't think of what to do for this one.  Also this episode: another user submitted VGM Karaoke!  Full track listing below.



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

J-League Soccer: Prime Goal 3 - Eriko Imura - Lose - Namco - Super Famicom - 1995

Lightening Force - Toshiharu Yamanishi - Great Sea Power (Stage 6) - Technosoft - Genesis - 1992

Deep Duck Trouble Starring Donald Duck - Saori Kobayashi - Intro - Aspect/Sega - Sega Master System (Europe) - 1993

Mahjong Cop Ryuu: Shiro Ookami no Yabou - Aruaru Nakayama, Hyaa Maruyama, Adarutohideo Kamei - Playing Mahjong - Whiteboard - Mega Drive - 1989

Nettou Real Bout Garou Densetsu Special - Toshio Shimizu, Hideki Asanaka, Studio PJ (arr.) - No.3 from Pandora's Box "Determination" (Jin Chonshu & Jin Chonrei) - Takara/Gaibrain - Game Boy (Japan) - 1998

Sorcerian - Hiroshi Kubota, Tokuhiko Uwabo - China Village - Sega/Falcom - Mega Drive - 1990

Operation Logic Bomb: The Ultimate Search & Destroy - Yasuyuki Suzuki - Ending Sequence - Jaleco - SNES - 1993

Puss 'N Boots: Pero's Great Adventure - Tomohisa Mitsuyasu (J-Walk Mitsuyasu) - Stage 2: Ocean (Submarine) - Shouei/Electro Brain - NES - 1990

Romancing SaGa - Kenji Ito - Bard's Tale - Square - Super Famicom - 1992

RoboCop 2 - Jonathan Dunn - Hi Score - Ocean/Painting by Numbers - Game Boy - 1991

Manchester United Championship Soccer - Matt Furniss - Title Screen - Ocean/Krisalis Software - SNES (Europe) - 1995

Zero4 Champ - Tsukushi Sasaki - Nostalgia of Rice Field Footpaths - Media Rings - PC Engine - 1991

Lemmings 2: The Tribes - Matt Furniss - Medieval - Psygnosis/Digital Developments - Genesis - 1994

Youkai Douchuuki - unknown - Mambo Ryuuguu 2 - TOSE/Namco - PC Engine - 1988

Daikaijuu Monogatari: Miracle of the Zone - unknown - Battle - Hudson Soft/Birthday - Game Boy (Japan) - 1998

Dungeon Magic: Sword of the Elements - Kyouhei Sada - gameplay - Taito/Natsume - NES - 1990

Mega Man - Manami Matsumae - Bomb Man - Capcom - NES - 1987

Thunder Pro Wrestling Retsuden - T. Saito, Garheu - gameplay - Human Entertainment - Mega Drive - 1992

Wagyan Paradise - Eriko Imura - Water Duct - Namco - Super Famicom - 1994

Jennifer Capriati Tennis - Hiroki Kamata - Ending 2 - System Sacom/Renovation - Genesis - 1992

Final Fantasy III - Nobuo Uematsu - Cyan - Square - SNES - 1994

14 October 2013

Track Listing: Brent Weinbach VGM Dance Mix Vol. 4

Here is the track list (game titles only) for Brent's VGM Dance Mix Vol. 4...

Mega Man
Hanjuku Hero
Super Mario Kart
Super Monaco GP
Metal Gear
Crusader of Centy
DuckTales
Yu Yu Hakusho: Makyou Touitsusen
Soul Blazer
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Radical Rescue
Sonic the Hedgehog 3
Mega Man 5
Quiz Meitantei Neo & Geo: Quiz Daisousasen Part 2
Romancing SaGa 3
Mega Man 2
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project
Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse
Seiken Densetsu 3


To listen to the dance mix, you can find the original post here:

Brent Weinbach VGM Dance Mix Vol. 4

09 October 2013

Episode 154: Free Play 15.4

Another free play!  Brent and Rob listen to some buff music that hits their B-spots and they talk about all kinds of stuff like name entry etiquette, hidden lyrics, and Rob's "shining" moment.  Full track listing below.



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

TechnoCop - unknown - Title Screen - Punk Development/Razorsoft - Genesis - 1990

Monster*Race - Kennosuke Suemura - Race Building - Koei - Game Boy (Japan) - 1998

Lightening Force - Tomomi Ohtani - Tan Tan Ta Ta Ta Tan (Configuration) - Technosoft - Genesis - 1992

Operation Logic Bomb: The Ultimate Search & Destroy - Yasuyuki Suzuki - Logic Core - Jaleco - SNES - 1993

Truxton II - Masahiro Yuge - Stage 2 "I Defend STM" - Toaplan - arcade - 1992

Yuuyu no Quiz de Go! Go! - Tamayo Kawamoto - Royalty in the Desert - Taito - Super Famicom - 1992

T2: Terminator 2: Judgment Day - Geoff Follin - Level 2 (Flood Channel)/Level 4 (Cyberdyne) - LJN/Software Creations - NES - 1992

Super Bowling - unknown - Golf Bowl - KID/Technos - SNES - 1992

Shatterhand - Iku Mizutani - Area A (01) - Natsume/Jaleco - NES - 1991

Shining Force - Masahiko Yoshimura - Shougonnaru Guardiana [Castle (Guardiana and Others)] - Camelot Software Planning - Genesis - 1992

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

Uncharted Waters - Yoko Kanno - In Bars - Koei - SNES - 1993

Ball Jacks - Yoshinori Kawamoto (Kawagen), H. Umino - Ending Theme 2 (Galaxy Championship) - Namco - Mega Drive - 1993

Yume Penguin Monogatari - Katsuhiko Suzuki (Suzuki the Enigma), Atsushi Fujio (Sukenomiya Fujio) - Stage 3 - Konami - Famicom - 1991

Choplifter III: Rescue Survive - Marshall Parker - Sector 3 - Beam Software/Victor Interactive Software - SNES - 1994

LandStalker - Motoaki Takenouchi - Labyrinth - Climax Entertainment - Genesis - 1992

Venom/Spider-Man: Separation Anxiety - Suddi Raval - Game Over - Software Creations/Acclaim - Genesis - 1995

Magical * Taruruuto-kun 2: Mahou Daibouken - unknown - Boss - TOSE/Bandai - Famicom - 1992

Raiden Trad - Akira Sato - Name Entry - Micronet - Genesis - 1993

Gokinjo Boukentai - Akihiko Mori - Advice - ITL/Pioneer LDC - Super Famicom - 1996

Bakuchou Retrieve Master - Rokusuke Sasaki - Near the End (?) - TOSE/Konami - Game Boy (Japan) - 1998