31 August 2011

Episode 44: Funny Music

Usually, Brent and Rob share what they think is really good music.  In this episode, however, good music isn't necessarily the goal.  This time, the focus is on music that sounds funny (though most of the tracks in this episode are very good nonetheless).  They also welcome two stand-up comedians as guest commentators, Jacob Sirof and Kevin Shea, to help flesh out the funny theme.  Full track listing below.

NOTE: This was their second attempt at recording this episode, because the first time they recorded it, Jacob and Kevin's microphones didn't work.  The Legacy Music Hour believes the first recording was funnier, fresher, and overall more fun than this one, so even though you can't hear Jacob and Kevin very well, the talking parts from the original recording will be released in a couple days, so stay tuned for that.  In the meantime, check out this "second try" episode, which isn't as funny and fun, but, here it is anyway.



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

Jurassic Park - Sam Powell - Sega Logo - BlueSky Software/Sega - Genesis - 1993

Pilotwings - Soyo Oka - Bonus Game - Nintendo - SNES - 1991

NFL Sports Talk Football starring Joe Montana - Sam Powell - Title Screen - BlueSky Software/Sega - Genesis - 1992

Global Gladiators - Tommy Tallarico - Story Line - Virgin Games - Genesis - 1992

Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls - unknown - Cody's Nutron Grill - Tradewest - Genesis - 1994

The Battle of Olympus - Kazuo Sawa - Argolis - Broderbund - NES - 1990

Beast Wrestler - Shinobu Ogawa, Takaharu Umezu - Shop - Telenet Japan - Genesis - 1991

Clay Fighter - Mitchell Stein, Brian Luzietti - Title Screen - Interplay - SNES - 1993

Armadillo - S. Big Land - Map - IGS - Famicom - 1991

Blaster Master - Naoki Kodaka - Area 4 - Sunsoft - NES - 1988

Madou Monogatari I - Tsuyoshi Matsushima, Polygon Junkie - Ra-ra's Theme - Compile - Mega Drive - 1996

International Superstar Soccer Deluxe - Hideyuki Eto, Harumi Ueko, Tomoya Tomita - Main Menu - Konami - SNES - 1995

Beast Wrestler - Shinobu Ogawa, Takaharu Umezu - Training - Telenet Japan - Genesis - 1991

Cho Aniki: Bakuretsu Rantou Hen - Sanae Kasahara, Taku Iwasaki, Don McCow - Big Flower Field - Masaya - Super Famicom - 1995

DynamiTracer - Nobuo Uematsu - Monster Stomac - Square - Super Famicom Satellaview - 1996

3 comments:

  1. This episode was an absolute disaster. Not only did these "comedians" not have the appreciation that Rob F and Brent have for awesome VG music, but they were also very obnoxious and not funny at all. Please never ever have these guys on your show again.

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    1. This comment was more hilarious then the entire show!

      Thanks for a good chuckle.

      But you are right ;)

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