Episode 34 – Spooky Scary Special

This week, ‘Scary’ Michael is joined by ‘Spooky’ Rob to bring you a very special Halloween-themed episode! In true Forever Sound Version fashion we’ll be enjoying tracks from classic games including Resident Evil and Super Mario World as well as some sounds from rarer titles like Countdown Vampires. Happy Halloween!

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This week, ‘Scary’ Michael is joined by ‘Spooky’ Rob to bring you a very special Halloween-themed episode! In true Forever Sound Version fashion we’ll be enjoying tracks from classic games including Resident Evil and Super Mario World as well as some sounds from rarer titles like Countdown Vampires. Happy Halloween!

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Ghosts ‘n Goblins (1999, Nintendo Game Boy Color) ‘BGM #02’ by Jeremy Mika

Resident Evil (1996, Sony PlayStation) ‘First Floor Mansion’ by Makoto Tomozawa, Akari Kaida, and Masami Ueda

Resident Evil (1996, Sony PlayStation) ‘Save Room’ by Makoto Tomozawa, Akari Kaida, and Masami Ueda

Super Mario World (1990, Super Nintendo Entertainment System) ‘Haunted House’ by Koji Kondo

Super Mario World (1990, Super Nintendo Entertainment System) ‘Fortress’ by Koji Kondo

Friday the 13th (1989, Nintendo Entertainment System) ‘Crystal Lake Camp Map’ by Hirohiko Takayama

Splatterhouse 3 (1993, Sega Mega Drive) ‘Stage 1’ by Eiko Kaneda

Splatterhouse 3 (1993, Sega Mega Drive) ‘Ending (Jennifer + David Dead)’ by Eiko Kaneda

The Last Door (2013, PC) ‘Angels Protect This House’ by Carlos Viola

Countdown Vampires (1999, Sony PlayStation) ‘Horrible Panic!’ by Kenichi Kamio

Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse (1990, Sega Mega Drive) ‘Stage 1 – 2’ by Shigenori Kamiya

 

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Episode 32 – Rocking the Roland MT-32

The Roland MT-32 was a powerful pre-General MIDI sound module for PC that offered game composers a ton of different voices to make music with. Lock in and enjoy some of my picks from DOS game soundtracks played on the MT-32, and humour my musings on Black Sabbath’s unsung hero, management simulation games, and BBC Ceefax!

The Roland MT-32 was a powerful pre-General MIDI sound module for PC that offered game composers a ton of different voices to make music with. Lock in and enjoy some of my picks from DOS game soundtracks played on the MT-32, and humour my musings on Black Sabbath’s unsung hero, management simulation games, and BBC Ceefax!

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Nova 9: The Return of Gir Draxon (1991, DOS) ‘Title’ by Dale Cooper and Christopher Stevens

Sim City 2000 (1993, DOS) ‘Dancing Megalopolis – Credits’ by Sue Kasper

Sim City 2000 (1993, DOS) ‘Work Work Work!’ by Sue Kasper

Waxworks (1992, DOS) ‘Egypt Theme’ by Jezz Woodroffe

Waxworks (1992, DOS) ‘Vladimir Battle’ by Jezz Woodroffe

Fire Hawk: Thexder The Second Contact (1990, DOS) ‘Mission 1’ by Hiromi Ohba and Masahiko Yoshimura, Roland MT-32 music adapted by Rob Atesalp

Fire Hawk: Thexder The Second Contact (1990, DOS) ‘Mission 7’ by Hiromi Ohba and Masahiko Yoshimura, Roland MT-32 music adapted by Rob Atesalp

Transport Tycoon Deluxe (1995, DOS) ‘Cruise Control’ by John Broomhall

Transport Tycoon Deluxe (1995, DOS) ‘Funk Central’ by John Broomhall

Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss (1992, DOS) ‘Introduction’ by David Govett and George Alistair Sanger

Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss (1992, DOS) ‘Combat’ by David Govett and George Alistair Sanger

Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers (1993, DOS) ‘Wolfgang Ritter’ by Robert Holmes

 

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Episode 20 – Hotline Miami

I’m joined by my good friend Gareth to address what has to be one of the very finest pairs of video game soundtracks of recent years – Hotline Miami and Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number! Expect plenty of effervescent electro bangers as we endeavour to articulate our shared love of these gloriously violent indie thrillers…

I’m joined by my good friend Gareth to address what has to be one of the very finest pairs of video game soundtracks of recent years – Hotline Miami and Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number! Expect plenty of effervescent electro bangers as we endeavour to articulate our shared love of these gloriously violent indie thrillers…

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Hotline Miami (2012, PC) ‘Deep Cover’ by Sun Araw

Hotline Miami (2012, PC) ‘Crystals’ by M|O|O|N

Hotline Miami (2012, PC) ‘Daisuke’ by El Huervo

Hotline Miami (2012, PC) ‘Hotline’ by Jasper Byrne

Hotline Miami (2012, PC) ‘Hydrogen’ by M|O|O|N

Hotline Miami (2012, PC) ‘Knock Knock’ by Scattle

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (2015, PC) ‘Technoir’ by Perturbator

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (2015, PC) ‘Blizzard’ by Light Club

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (2015, PC) ‘Bloodline’ by Scattle

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (2015, PC) ‘Dust’ by M|O|O|N

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (2015, PC) ‘Hotline Theme’ by Benny Smiles

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (2015, PC) ‘NARC’ by Mega Drive

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (2015, PC) ‘Divide’ by Magna

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (2015, PC) ‘Decade Dance’ by Jasper Byrne

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (2015, PC) ‘Ms. Minnie’ by Auto Delta Time

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (2015, PC) ‘New Wave Hookers’ by Vestron Vulture

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (2015, PC) ‘Le Perv’ by Carpenter Brut

Hotline Miami (2012, PC) ‘Electric Dreams’ by Perturbator

 

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