17 October 2012

Episode 103: Free Play 10.3

More great music on The Legacy Music Hour.  This is Brent and Rob's final free play before the Best Of Year In Review episode, which is next week.  Brent and Rob also give out some more nicknames to listeners.  Full track listing below.



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

Shining Force II - Motoaki Takenouchi - Wandering Warriors - Camelot Software Planning - Genesis - 1994

Wings of Wor - Noriyuki Iwadare - Round 3-1 - NCS - Genesis - 1991

Ice Hockey - Soyo Oka, Koji Kondo - Game BGM - Nintendo - NES - 1988

Puzzle & Action: Tant-R - unknown - Tant-R Cast - Sega - Mega Drive - 1994

Golden Axe III - Naofumi Hataya, Tatsuyuki Maeda (Ryunosuke), Haruyo Oguro (Lotty), Tomonori Sawada - Campsite - Sega - Mega Drive - 1993

Wonder Boy in Monster World - Shinichi Sakamoto - Village Theme 2 - West One/Sega - Genesis - 1992

Bishoujo Wrestler Retsuden: Blizzard Yuki Rannyuu!! - Masako Yoshinosono - Story 11 - KSS - Super Famicom - 1996

Action 52 - Nu Romantic Productions - Knockout (2), Ninja (1) - Farsight Technologies/Active - Genesis - 1993

Wily & Right no RockBoard: That's Paradise - Yuki Iwai (Yuki Satomura) - gameplay - Capcom - Famicom - 1993

Super Castlevania IV - Masanori Adachi, Taro Kudou - Spinning Tower - Konami - SNES - 1991

Front Mission - Noriko Matsueda - The General Situation - Square - Super Famicom - 1995

Al Unser Jr. Turbo Racing - Shogo Sakai, Takafumi Miura, Yuji Suzuki, Masaaki Iwasaki - gameplay - Data East - NES - 1990

Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling: Chou Senshi in Tokyo Dome - Yusuke Takahama - Theme of Chono - Varie - Super Famicom - 1993

Joy Mech Fight - Hideaki Shimizu - Moon (Houou) - Nintendo - Famicom - 1993

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon - Aki Hata - Stage 1-1 (Street) - Angel Studios/Ma-Ba - Mega Drive - 1994

KickMaster - Yusuke Takahama, Nobuyuki Shioda - Ending - KID/Taito - NES - 1992

The Combatribes - Kazunaka Yamane - The Stadium Barbarians - Technos - SNES - 1993

Mig 29 Soviet Fighter - Codemasters Sound Team - Mission 2 - Codemasters - NES - 1992

Front Mission: Gun Hazard - Nobuo Uematsu - Cenktrich - Square - Super Famicom - 1996

Super Spike V'Ball - Kazunaka Yamane - Las Vegas - Technos - NES - 1990

Hourai Gakuen no Bouken! The Adventures of Hourai High School - Hitoshi Sakimoto - School 1 - J-Wing/Dynamite - Super Famicom - 1996

12 comments:

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    1. Wouldn't "HadoKenny" simplify the pronunciation tangle that the BOIZZZ encountered trying to work out "ShoryuKenny?" :-)

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    2. I dunno, hadokenny doesn't have the same buzz as ShoryuKenny but I'll leave it up to the boiz

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  2. The promised fist pump....delivered! Thanks for playing one of my tracks!

    Yeah, CVIV was a great game for demonstrating for recent upgradees from the 8-bit just what 16-bit could do. New worlds were opening up before us.

    As for stage 4-2, where this track comes from, you had a then mind blowing, and even today still impressive mode x (mode 7?) cylindrical thing going on in the background. Also, while the drums in this track are kinda mashed potatoes, the rest of the voices are really nice, particularly the bass, and particularly the intro. Cap it all off at the end with a mode x rock monster boss that gets smaller as you hit him.

    Very impressive moment in gaming! Behold, the new frontier!

    Anyway, thanks again BOIZZZ! :-)

    -St. John

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  3. I was hoping for more words regarding Spinning Tower from Super Castlevania IV. I love that track.

    Bishoujyo means beautiful young girl(s).

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  4. I knew you were going there about Zangief!

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  5. You're probably thinking of TOMITA. He did a lot of synthesized classical albums in the 70's. They also used one of his pieces for the astronomy TV series "Star Hustler".

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  6. A nickname of a screen name? What an ridiculous concept... But I dig it! I'm down with da Beach BOIZZ! I also would've accepted "Ganbare goemonsama" or "Ganbare Golf BOImonsama." =P

    Oddly enough, there was a preview image of Wreck-it-Ralph released earlier in development where Dr. Wily WAS included among the villains. Apparently he was cut from the film by the time the trailer was made for some reason.

    One more thing: I dunno if this is worth mentioning, but I just discovered this site with a bunch of arcade game rips in vgm format. Here it is: http://vgm.mdscene.net I know LMH has in the past played music from some arcade games, so it might be a useful resource. If not, I thought it was cool, anyway. :)

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  7. Hey Brent,

    You may have been thinking of Wendy (Wayne) Carlos' "Switched on Bach", which features Moog renditions of well-known Bach pieces, when you were talking about Rob's Wings of War track. Carlos, of course, was also responsible for the Clockwork Orange Soundtrack.

    First time commenter, looong time listener. My favourite podcast.

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  8. Recently listened to this one again. So many jams. That al Unser track is the best. The mpls sports station I listen to in the morning plays that ice hockey track in the background when they read news for the Minnesota Wild.

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  9. Wow! Have not heard Ice Hockey or Super Spike Vball in years. Thanks for refreshing great childhood memories. I liked those tracks as a youngster but listening to them now gives me a greater appreciation for them. I never realized how funky some of those Vball tracks are. Greg

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