29 December 2010

Episode 9: Disney

The hosts explore music in Disney games and present tracks from QuackShot, Castle Of Illusion, DuckTales, and more.  They also talk about the appeal of Chippendales shows.  Full track listing below.



Key: Game - Composer - Song - Company - Console - Year*

*The year specified is the year the version that we played was released.  For example, as some music from the same game may vary between Japanese and North American versions, generally, we play the North American version, which may or may not have been released the same year it was released in Japan.

The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse - Mari Yamaguchi - Snowy Valley - Capcom - SNES - 1992

QuackShot - Kamiya Studio - Transylvania - Sega - Genesis - 1991

DuckTales - Hiroshige Tonomura - Transylvania - Capcom - NES - 1990

DuckTales - Hiroshige Tonomura - African Mines - Capcom - NES - 1990

Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse - Tokuhiko Uwabo - Stage 1 - Sega - Genesis - 1990

Aladdin - Tommy Tallarico, Donald S. Griffin - Arab Rock 2 - Virgin Interactive - Genesis - 1993

Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse - Matt Furniss - Mickey and the Beanstalk - Sony Imagesoft - SNES - 1994

DuckTales 2 - Minae Fujii - Glomgold's Ship - Capcom - Game Boy - 1993

Donald Duck Mahou No Boushi - Takahisa Hirano, Takeshi Miura - Race a Go Go! - Epoch - Super Famicom - 1995

Goof Troop - Yuki Satomura - Map - Capcom - SNES - 1993

Mickey Mousecapade - Takeaki Kunimoto - The Woods - Capcom - NES - 1988

Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers - Harumi Fujita - Zone F - Capcom - NES - 1990

Mickey no Tokyo Disneyland Daibouken - Shigenori Masuko, Yoko Suzuki, M. Kitaoka - Space Mountain - Tomy - Super Famicom - 1994

Goof Troop - Yuki Satomura - Staff Roll - Capcom - SNES - 1993

Mickey to Donald Magical Adventure 3 - Mari Yamaguchi - The Flying Skyship - Capcom - Super Famicom - 1995

Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers - Harumi Fujita - Zone J - Capcom - NES - 1990

DuckTales 2 - Minae Fujii - Bermuda - Capcom - NES - 1993

Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers - Harumi Fujita - Zone A - Capcom - NES - 1990

The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse - Mari Yamaguchi - Pete's Peak - Capcom - SNES - 1992

DuckTales - Hiroshige Tonomura - The Moon - Capcom - NES - 1990

7 comments:

  1. oh f*ck yeah, the damn Moon theme from DuckTales, 'bout time!!!!

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  2. I am a new fan of your show after hearing about it on The Indoor Kids podcast. I am listening to the past episodes and am currently enjoying the Disney episode. After hearing you highlight two Ducktales songs that weren't the moon theme earlier in the episode, I began searching your site for a place to express my disappointment. Before I could, I was happy to discover that you DID include it, only at the end of the episode. I apologize for my presumption that you overlooked it. Thanks for making a great show about such a unique and entertaining topic! Keep up the fantastic work!

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  3. The Michael Giacchino credited on the "Mickey Mania" soundtrack is the very same Michael Giacchino who won the Oscar for Pixar's "Up," and is arguably the hottest composer in Hollywood right now! Very cool that I got to hear something from his very first composing job.

    Keep up the great work!

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  4. Apart from The Moon track, Chip 'n Dale Zone J is still one of the best there is.

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  5. I wouldn't normally comment a correction, but Brent seems like he is a perfectionist who might appreciate it. I'm pretty sure track 11 (Mickey Mousecapade) is actually "The Woods" and not "Fun House."

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    1. You are definitely right. Thanks for the correction!

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  6. Man...you guys did a Flying and Shooting episode AND a Disney episode and you didn't do a Talespin track in either one! Also somewhat disappointing that this episode consisted entirely of Mickey, Donald and/or ducks, Goofy, and Chip 'n Dale games when there are so many other great ones. Granted you did one track from Aladdin, but otherwise there were so many other games you could've pulled from instead of pulling so many tracks from the same few games. Ah, well.

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