22 September 2011

Episode 47: Taito

Brent and Rob spend Episode 47 listening to music from legendary video game company Taito.  Great music, that's all!  Full track listing below.

 

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

Growl - Yasuhisa Watanabe - Theme of Kain - Taito - Genesis - 1991

Master of Weapon - Pinch Punch - BGM 1 (Act 2) - Taito - Mega Drive - 1991

Darius Twin - Norihiro Furukawa (Wiz. Master), Pochi - Karudo - Taito - SNES - 1991

Demon Sword - unknown - Crystal Stolen - Taito - NES - 1990

The Ninja Warriors - Hisayoshi Ogura - Are You Lady? (Stage 2) - Taito - arcade - 1988

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

Darius Plus - Hisayoshi Ogura - Cosmic Air Way (Zone C) - Taito - PC Engine - 1990

Little Samson - Kazuhide Sasuga, Yukimari - Easy Ending - Taito - NES - 1992

Syvalion - Hayato Matsuo, Koichi Sugiyama (advisor) - Chapter 4 - Taito/Toshiba - Super Famicom - 1992

Syvalion - Hayato Matsuo, Koichi Sugiyama (advisor) - Title - Taito/Toshiba - Super Famicom - 1992

Insector X - unknown - Farewell Insector (Ending Theme) - Hot-B (dev.)/Sage Creations (pub.)/Taito (licensed by) - Genesis - 1990

Fire Mustang - Kazunori Hideya (HIDE-KAZ) - Stage 2 - NMK/Taito - Mega Drive - 1991

Thunder Fox - Kazuko Umino - Old War Field (Stage 1) - Taito - arcade - 1990

Estpolis Denki II - Yasunori Shiono - The Earth - Neverland/Taito - Super Famicom - 1995

Bubble Bobble - Tadashi Kimijima - Pressing Forward - Taito - NES - 1988

2 comments:

  1. I was listening to this episode today and realized that the funny title "Are You Lady?" may have been intended to be "Are You Ready?", but was warped by someone whose Japanese was a lot better than their English.

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    1. You have to be right about that, it makes perfect sense. Good thinking!

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