Episode 31 – Classic Action Movies

I need your clothes, your boots, and your motorcycle…! The golden age of action movies gave us a ton of licensed games with a wide variety of styles represented in their soundtracks. Join me as I put on a bullet belt and a pair of sunglasses to check out tracks from titles like Rambo on the NES, Die Hard Trilogy on the Playstation, and Predator 2 on the Amiga!

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I need your clothes, your boots, and your motorcycle…! The golden age of action movies gave us a ton of licensed games with a wide variety of styles represented in their soundtracks. Join me as I put on a bullet belt and a pair of sunglasses to check out tracks from titles like Rambo on the NES, Die Hard Trilogy on the Playstation, and Predator 2 on the Amiga!

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Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991, Commodore 64) ‘Intro’ by Jonathan Dunn

Rambo (1988, NES) ‘Title Introduction Theme’ by Toru Hasebe

Rambo (1988, NES) ‘In-Game Theme’ by Toru Hasebe

Universal Soldier (1992, Sega Mega Drive) ‘Stage 4 (Underwater)’ by J. Dave Rogers and Paul Kenny

Die Hard Trilogy (1996, Sony Playstation) ‘Church’ by Stephen Root and Neil Palmer

Die Hard Trilogy (1996, Sony Playstation) ‘Reception’ by Stephen Root and Neil Palmer

The Running Man (1989, Atari ST) ‘Main Theme’, composer unknown

Timecop (1995, SNES) ‘The San Andreas Fault [Stage 2]’ by David Cage

Timecop (1995, SNES) ‘Germany [Stage 4]’ by David Cage

Predator 2 (1991, Commodore Amiga) ‘Main Theme’ by Justin Scharvona

 

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Episode 22 – Rob Hubbard on the Commodore 64

This episode marks the first time that Forever Sound Version focuses on a single composer, and who better to start with than the legendary Rob Hubbard? This British musician has worked across a number of platforms, but his best-loved work arguably lies in his output for the Commodore 64 – lock in and enjoy these searingly brilliant SID chip burners of yesteryear!

This episode marks the first time that Forever Sound Version focuses on a single composer, and who better to start with than the legendary Rob Hubbard? This British musician has worked across a number of platforms, but his best-loved work arguably lies in his output for the Commodore 64 – lock in and enjoy these searingly brilliant SID chip burners of yesteryear!

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Arcade Classics (1987, Commodore 64) ‘Title Screen’ by Rob Hubbard

Delta (1987, Commodore 64) ‘Title Screen’ by Rob Hubbard

Thing on a Spring (1985, Commodore 64) ‘Main Theme’ by Rob Hubbard

Mega-Apocalypse (1987, Commodore 64) ‘Main Theme’ by Rob Hubbard

Action Biker (1985, Commodore 64) ‘BGM’ by Rob Hubbard

International Karate (1986, Commodore 64) ‘Main Theme’ by Rob Hubbard

Commando (1985, Commodore 64) ‘Title Screen’ by Rob Hubbard

Monty on the Run (1985, Commodore 64) ‘Main Theme’ by Rob Hubbard

Sanxion (1986, Commodore 64) ‘Loader’ by Rob Hubbard

 

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Episode 1 – Free Picks

In Forever Sound Version’s maiden voyage I cover tracks from a variety of systems to offer an idea of what’s to come. Chip music versus redbook audio! Eighties versus nineties! Bona fide classics versus some more obscure deep cuts!

In Forever Sound Version’s maiden voyage I cover tracks from a variety of systems to offer an idea of what’s to come. Chip music versus redbook audio! Eighties versus nineties! Bona fide classics versus some more obscure deep cuts!

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Urban Strike (1994, Sega Mega Drive / Genesis) ‘Main Title’ composed by Don Veca

V-Rally (1997, Sony Playstation) ‘African Vibes’ composed by Moby Dick and Cacaouhete

V-Rally (1997, Sony Playstation) ‘Seventies Drive’ composed by Moby Dick and Cacaouhete

Turrican (1990, Commodore Amiga) ‘Shoot or Die’ by Chris Hülsbeck

Killer Instinct (1994, Super Nintendo) ‘Jago’ by Robin Beanland and Graeme Norgate

Killer Instinct (1994, Super Nintendo) ‘Orchid’ by Robin Beanland and Graeme Norgate

Street Hoop (1994, Neo Geo MVS) ‘Just 3 on 3’ by Tatsuya Kiuchi

Street Hoop (1994, Neo Geo MVS) ‘Yo! What’s Up?’ by Tatsuya Kiuchi

Military Madness (1989, NEC TurboGrafx-16 / PC Engine) ‘Player’s Victory’ by Jun Chikuma

Military Madness (1989, NEC TurboGrafx-16 / PC Engine) ‘Ending’ by Jun Chikuma

Pokémon Red and Blue (1996, Nintendo Game Boy) ‘Battle! (Trainer Battle)’ by Junichi Masuda

Pokémon Red and Blue (1996, Nintendo Game Boy) ‘The Sea’ by Junichi Masuda

Delta (1987, Commodore 64) Loader music module by Rob Hubbard, played by Michael

 

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