11 January 2012

Episode 63: Flying and Shooting 2

For Episode 63, Brent and Rob return to an old topic: flying shoot 'em up games.  Brent talks about his big childhood crush on Madonna, while Rob reveals a much more unique childhood crush.  Who did little Switchy have a crush on back then?  Listen to the episode and find out!  It also seems as though Brent currently has a big crush on Genesis music.  And even aside from all the crush talk, this episode on flying shooters strangely ends up becoming a pretty romantic episode overall.  You'll see.  Cheers!  Full track listing below.



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

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

Lightening Force: Quest for the Darkstar - Toshiharu Yamanishi - Sand Hell (Stage 4A) - Technosoft - Genesis - 1992

Gunstar Heroes - Kazuo Hanzawa (N. Hanzawa) - Good Night, Baby! - Sega/Treasure - Genesis - 1993

Air Zonk - Daisuke Morishima, Matsukui - Stage 1 (Aqua Base) - Red Company/Hudson Soft - TurboGrafx-16 - 1992

Battle Ace - unknown - gameplay - Hudson Soft - SuperGrafx - 1989

Earth Defense Force - Tsukasa Tawada, Yasuhiko "Zep" Takashiba (arr.) - Naval Battle - Jaleco - SNES - 1992

Solar Jetman: Hunt for the Golden Warship - David Wise - Golden Warship Complete - Rare/Tradewest - NES - 1990

Xexyz - Hirohiko Takayama - Area Music (Armour) - Atlus/Hudson Soft - NES - 1990

Insector X - unknown - Skylight Tune (Round 2: Plateau Area) - Hot-B (dev.)/Sage Creations (pub.)/Taito (licensed by) - Genesis - 1990

Gokujou Parodius! - Shinji Tasaka, Motoaki Furukawa, Kenichi Matsubara, Seiichi Fukami, Hideto Inoue (Keroppi Inoue) (arr.), Nobuyuki Akena (arr.) - Loving Farewell - Konami - Super Famicom - 1994

Forgotten Worlds - Tamayo Kawamoto, Ippo Yamada (arr.) - Round 3 (Dust World 3) - Capcom/Sega - Genesis - 1989

Sky Kid - Junko Ozawa - Sky Kid March with Introduction - Namco/Sunsoft - NES - 1987

Phelios - Yoshinori Kawamoto - Staff Roll - Namco - Genesis - 1990

Star Soldier - Takeaki Kunimoto - Stage Music - Hudson Soft/Taxan - NES - 1989

Axelay - Taro Kudou - Colony - Konami - SNES - 1992

6 comments:

  1. Shooter and RPG music are the best type of video game music, in my opinion. They both make up the majority of my video game music CD collection. I still remember the first time I heard "Morning Music" play, while the Gradius arcade machine warmed up (as a youth) and just being in awe how catchy the tune was. Glad to see you guys revisiting shooter music again (and so soon too).

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  2. Brent played the Solar Jetman track from the mix I made! He even faded it out in the same spot. Weird, considering he hasn't listened to it yet.

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  3. I`m so glad you guys finally got on the Nerdist Network, keep up the good work!

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  4. Just found your podcast (via your MPR interview). Now I have 63 episodes I need to get caught up on.
    Thanks for keeping people informed about the good ol' 16-bit and arcade music days
    -Brian Schmidt
    www.GameSoundCon.com

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  5. Brent said WHAT?!?! Rob, don't argue with him, just go with it! :)

    It's nice to hear you sing the Mega (Drive) praises. That Genesis sound has a special place in my heart, but this show has just solidified to me how much good stuff there is out there on all the systems. For example, as I write this, in 2014, I just discovered Treasure Hunter G for the SFamicom through Brent playing it on LMH, and man is it good.

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    1. Treasure Hunter G - Emperor of Balladry is one of the best!

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