Episode 17 – Master System Showcase

For this episode I’m joined by a new addition to the Forever Sound Version guest roster – Rob Hunter! Rob’s first console was the Sega Master System and he knows one heck of a lot about its games, so getting him on board for a show exploring SMS soundtracks was a no-brainer. We’ve got cheerful ditties, spooky sketches, and moody masterpieces, all pumping out of the Texas Instruments SN76489: the little sound chip that could!

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For this episode I’m joined by a new addition to the Forever Sound Version guest roster – Rob Hunter! Rob’s first console was the Sega Master System and he knows one heck of a lot about its games, so getting him on board for a show exploring SMS soundtracks was a no-brainer. We’ve got cheerful ditties, spooky sketches, and moody masterpieces, all pumping out of the Texas Instruments SN76489: the little sound chip that could!

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Pit-Fighter (1992, Sega Master System) ‘Title Music’ composed by The Doomsday Machine

Alex Kidd in Miracle World (1986, Sega Master System) ‘Main Theme’ composed by Tokuhiko Uwabo

Alex Kidd in Miracle World (1986, Sega Master System) ‘Castle’ composed by Tokuhiko Uwabo

Master of Darkness (1993, Sega Master System) ‘Story’ composed by Takashi Horiguchi and Yoko Wada

Master of Darkness (1993, Sega Master System) ‘Thames River’ composed by Takashi Horiguchi and Yoko Wada

Sonic Chaos (1993, Sega Master System) ‘Gigalopolis Zone’ composed by Mix and Nagao N Gee

Sonic Chaos (1993, Sega Master System) ‘Mecha Green Hill Zone’ composed by Mix and Nagao N Gee

Wonder Boy in Monster World (1991, Sega Master System) ‘Aztec Village’ composed by Shinichi Sakamoto

Wonder Boy in Monster World (1991, Sega Master System) ‘Desert Stage’ composed by Shinichi Sakamoto

Alien 3 (1992, Sega Master System) ‘20th Century Fox Fanfare’ composed by Matt Furniss

Alien 3 (1992, Sega Master System) ‘Title Screen’ composed by Matt Furniss

Alien 3 (1992, Sega Master System) ‘Episode 2’ composed by Matt Furniss

Golvellius: Valley of Doom (1988, Sega Master System) ‘First Cave’ composed by Masatomo Miyamoto, Takeshi Santo, Shin‑kun, and Pazu

Golvellius: Valley of Doom (1988, Sega Master System) ‘Overworld 2’ composed by Masatomo Miyamoto, Takeshi Santo, Shin‑kun, and Pazu

The Smurfs (1995, Sega Master System) ‘The Mountain’ composed by Alberto Jose Gonzalez

The Smurfs (1995, Sega Master System) ‘The Swamp’ composed by Alberto Jose Gonzalez

 

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Author: foreversoundversion

forever sound version is a video game music podcast that explores vgm classics - as well as some hidden gems - from systems such as the mega drive / genesis, snes, c64, amiga, game boy, and ps1.

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