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Welcome To the Retro VGM Revival Hour. This is a video game music show where me as well as guests will share and talk about video game music of the 8-bit ,16-bit 32bit, and current video game music Eras. From the obscure to the well known. Both Respecting and honoring The music that many gamers have grown up on and those who have just discovered the Incredible world of Video game music.

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Welcome To the Retro VGM Revival Hour. This is a video game music show where me as well as guests will share and talk about video game music of the 8-bit ,16-bit 32bit, and current video game music Eras. From the obscure to the well known. Both Respecting and honoring The music that many gamers have grown up on and those who have just discovered the Incredible world of Video game music.

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By Kim the amazing - Feb 27 2015
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This is simply amazing, brings me back to a simpler time!!! 5 stars!!!!

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Awesome podcast My friend james showed me this

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By Kim the amazing - Feb 27 2015
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This is simply amazing, brings me back to a simpler time!!! 5 stars!!!!

Wow

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Awesome podcast My friend james showed me this
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RETRO VGM REVIVAL HOUR

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Welcome To the Retro VGM Revival Hour. This is a video game music show where me as well as guests will share and talk about video game music of the 8-bit ,16-bit 32bit, and current video game music Eras. From the obscure to the well known. Both Respecting and honoring The music that many gamers have grown up on and those who have just discovered the Incredible world of Video game music.

Rank #1: STAGE 4: MEGA MAN

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Video game music based on The much beloved MEGA MAN games is what this very special Stage 4 is all about, so make sure you have plenty of "E" tanks handy and have your Mega Buster fully charged up. This episode might just blow you away in its sheer epicness of all things Mega Man
Track List:

game - composer - title - year

*Mega Man - Manami Matsumae - "Fire Man” , "Cut Man" - December 17, 1987

*Mega Man 2 - Takashi Tateishi, Manami Matsumae - “introduction and Title Theme” , "Bubble Man” , "Dr. Wily's Castle" - December 24, 1988

*Mega Man 3 - Yasuaki Fujita, Harumi Fujita - “Introduction” , "Spark Man” - September 28, 1990

* Mega Man 4 - Minae Fujii - "Drill Man” - December 6, 1991

* Mega Man 5 - Mari Yamaguchi - "ProtoMan's Fortress Stage"
- December 4, 1992

* Mega Man 6 - Yuko Takehara - "Tomahawk Man” - jap. October 5, 1993/us. March 15, 1994

* Mega Man 7 - Yuko Takehara, Toshihiko Horiyama, Makoto Tomozawa - “Shade Man” - jap. March 24, 1995/us.September 1995 - SNES

* Mega Man 8 - Shusaku Uchiyama - “Stage Selection” - January 1997 - PS/SATURN

* Mega Man 9 - - Yū Shimoda, Ryō Kawakami, Hiroki Isogai, Ippo Yamada - Inti Creates/CAPCOM - "Galaxy Fantasy (Galaxy Man)” - September 22, 2008

* Mega Man 10 - Ippo Yamada, Manami Matsumae, Yasuaki Fujita (bun bun), Akari Kaida, Ryo Kawakami, Hiroki Isogai, Yu Shimoda, Minae Fujii, Mari Yamaguchi, Yuko Takehara, Makoto Tomozawa, and Shusaku Uchiyama - "Nitro Rider (Nitro Man)" - March 1, 2010
* Mega Man X - Setsuo Yamamoto, Makoto Tomozawa, Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara, Toshihiko Horiyama - “Spark Mandrill” - December 17, 1993

* Mega Man X2 - Yuki Iwai - “Flame Stag” - December 16, 1994

* Mega Man X3 - Kinuyo Yamashita - “Toxic Seahorse” - December 1, 1995

* Mega Man X4 - Toshihiko Horiyama - “Storm Owl" - August 1, 1997

* Mega Man X5 - Naoto Tanaka, Naoya Kamisaka, and Takuya Miyawaki - “Duff McWhalen" - jap.November 30, 2000/us.january 31, 2001

* Mega Man X6 - Naoto Tanaka - “Blaze Heatnix" - jap.November 29, 2001/us.December 4, 2001

* Mega Man X7 - Yuko Komiyama, Shinya Okada, Seiko Kobuchi, Naoto Tanaka, Makoto Asai, Teruo Konishi, Shuichi Mizuhata, Noriyuki Iwadare, Takuya Miyawaki - "Vanishing Gungaroo" - jap.July 17, 2003/us.October 14, 2003

* Mega Man X8 - Yuko Komiyama, Naoto Tanaka, and Shinya Okada - "Burn Rooster" - December 7, 2004
* Mega Man & Bass(Rockman & Forte) - Akari Kaida, Naoshi Mizuta, and "Kirikiri-chan" - "Final Boss” - SUPER FAMICON jap.April 24, 1998 - GBA us.March 11, 2003

* Mega Man Network Transmission - Shinji Hosoe, Ayako Saso, and Yousuke Yasui - “Shadowman" - jap.March 6, 2003/us.June 17, 2003 - GameCube -

*Mega Man Battle Network 2 - Yoshino Aoki - "VS. Gospel (Final Battle)” , "Virus Busting (Battle Theme)" - jap.December 14, 2001/us.June 12, 2002 - GBA

* Mega Man ZX - Ippo Yamada, Masaki Suzuki and Ryo Kawakami - "Last Area(Snake Eyes)" - Jap. July 6, 2006/us.September 12, 2006
Jul 16 2014
1 hour 15 mins
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Rank #2: STAGE 55: Sega CD

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Released mid-way through the life of the sega genesis, The Sega CD allowed many gamers to play CD-based games.
having sold 2.24 million Sega CD units, including 400,000 in Japan, The sega genesis is a small part of video game history that is still remembered greatly.

SO it is why this STAGE of the retro VGM revival hour is dedicated to the music of the sega cd….
========Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System====

1.) The Terminator – Tommy Tallarico – “Future Shock, Visions & Taking to the Air” – March 8, 1993 – Virgin Games USA – Sega CD

2.) Batman Returns – Spencer Nilsen – “Act 2 (Driving Stages 1-5/Driving Acts Intro), Act 5 (Driving Stages 1-5) & Shreck’s Wonderland (Red Triangle Circus Train)” – May 1993 – Acme Interactive & Malibu Interactive/SEGA – Sega CD

3.) Eye of the Beholder – Yuzo Koshiro & Motohiro Kawashima – “Dungeon Theme”- 1994 – Westwood Associates/Sega – Sega CD

4.) Lunar: The Silver Star – Noriyuki Iwadare, Hiroshi Fujioka & Isao Mizoguchi – “Battle Theme, Dark World Theme & Fighting Through The Darkness” – June 26, 1992 – Game Arts & Studio Alex/Working Designs – Sega CD

5.) Snatcher – Konami Kuheiha Club – “Later Kid, The Past, Tear Stained Eyes, Theme of Snatcher & BIO-HAZARD” – November 30, 1994 – Konami – Sega CD

6.) Robo Aleste – Katsumi Tanaka & Satoshi Shimazaki – “Castle, Battle Cruiser & Invasion By The Sea” – November 27, 1992 – Compile – Sega CD

7.) Lords of Thunder – Satoshi Miyashita (T’s Music) – “Bosque, Helado & The Dark Tower” – 1995 – Red Company/Hudson Soft – Sega CD

8.) Sonic the Hedgehog CD – Naofumi Hataya, Masafumi Ogata & Spencer Nilsen- “Collision Chaos B-Mix, Quartz Quadrant, Quartz Quadrant B-Mix, Wacky Workbench & Sonic Boom (W/ vocals provided by Sandy Cressman, Jenny Meltzer and Becky West)“ – September 23, 1993 – Sonic Team/Sega – Sega CD

9.) Final Fight CD – T’s Music (Arranged from original compositions by Manami Matsumae, Yoshihiro Sakaguchi, Yasuaki Fujita, Hiromitsu Takaoka, Yoko Shimomura, Junko Tamiya & Harumi Fujita) – “Battle in Westside, Metro City Subway, Industrial Area & Bay Area (Walk in the Park)” – April 2, 1993 – Capcom – Sega CD
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Apr 27 2018
1 hour 51 mins
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Rank #3: STAGE 8: BEAT 'EM UPS!

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OH NO!
The President has been kidnapped by ninjas! Are you a bad enough dude to take care of business with your bare hands as you encounter wave after wave of fearsome baddies?

Make sure you mastered your moves and knock over some trash cans to reveal a home cooked chicken dinner, because you're gonna need all your skills to experience this special stage of this podcast ,which is BEAT 'EM UPS!

Stroll the dangerous streets of your home town with no worries, because the tunes in this Stage will get you in the mood to take on all comers.

Let's kick some tail and vote MIKE HAGGAR for President!
Track List:
Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System
*Double Dragon - Kazunaka Yamane - "Missions 1, 3-4 & 4-4 [Billy & Jimmy Lee's Theme]” - Jp.April 8, 1988/ us.June1988 - Technos japan/Tradewest - NES

*Final Fight - Yoshihiro Sakaguchi, Yasuaki Fujita(uncredited), Yoko Shimomura(uncredited) ported by Toshio Kajino - “Round 5: Street of Luxury Stage” - jp.December 21,1990 us.September1991 - CAPCOM - SNES

*Streets of rage 2 - Yuko Koshiro - "Round 1 Part 1 Go Straight” - August 2, 1991 - Sega - Genesis

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: The Manhattan Project - Kouzou Nakamura, Yuichi Sakakura & Tomoya Tomita - "Scene 4: City of Half Shell” - jp.December 13, 1991 /us.February 1992 - Konami - NES

*Godhand - Masafumi Takada & Jun Fukuda - "Bronco Buster” - October 10, 2006 - Clover Studios/CAPCOM - PS2

*River City Ransom - Kazuo Sawa - "A Tough Fight (Boss Theme 1)” - April 25, 1989 - Technos - NES

*Captain America and The Avengers - Tatsuya Kiuchi & Shogo Sakai - "Okay Go” - 1991 - Data East - Arcade

*Night Slashers - Tatsuya Kiuchi & Tomoyoshi Sato - "Under The Moon” - 1993 - Data East - Arcade

*Knights of the Round - Isao Abe - "Battle at the Castle Fort” - April 1994 - CAPCOM - SNES

*Dungeons & Dragons: Shadows Over Mystara (Dungeons and Dragon Collection) - Masato Koda - “ Ambush” - March 04, 1999 - CAPCOM - Sega Saturn

*Splatterhouse 3 - Eiko Kaneko - "Opening Theme” - March 18, 1993 - Now Production/NAMCO - Genesis

*X-Men - Seiichi Fukami, Yuji Takenouchi, Junya Nakano & A. Hashimoto - "Here Comes the Hero” - February 12, 1992 - KONAMI - ARCADE

*Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game - Anamanaguchi - "Just Like In the Movies” - August 2010 - Ubisoft Montreal/ Ubisoft & Universal studios - XBLA & PSN

*Guardian Heroes - Nazo Suzuki, Hideki Matsutake & Norio Hanzawa - “ Rough and Ready” - January 25, 1996 - Treasure/SEGA - Sega Saturn

*Golden Axe - Tohru Nakabayashi & You Takada - “Fiend's Path” - December 23, 1989 - SEGA - Genesis

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time - Mutsuhiko Izumi & Kozo Nakamura - “Sewer Surfin’” - August 1992 - KONAMI - SNES

*Battletoads - David Wise - "Title Screen / Opening” - June 1991 - RARE/TradeWest - NES

*Comix Zone - Howard Drossin - “Episode 1 - Night of the Mutants“ - January 1, 1995 - SEGA - Genesis

*Cadillacs and Dinosaurs - Isao Abe, Syun Nishigaki & Kiyo - "Top of Building” - April 1993 - CAPCOM - EUROPE Arcade

*Asterix - Mutsuhiko Izumi, Michiru Yamane, Mariko Egawa & Junya Nakano - "Asterix in gauls village (First Stage)” - 1992 - KONAMI - Arcade

*Rival Turf - Yasuhiko Takashiba & Atsuyoshi Isemura - "Fight to the Finish” - December 23, 1992 - Jaleco - SNES

*Bad Dudes - Azusa Hara, Hiroaki Yoshida & James Sanderson - "Stages 2 & 5” - July 1990 - Data East - NES

*Sonic Blast Man -Zuntata & Katsuhisa Ishikawa - “Factory” - February 1993 - ITL/Taito Corporation - SNES

*Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon - Takanori Arisawa - “Queen Serenity” - Japan/Europe August 27, 1993 - Arc System Works/Angel - SNES

*Lollipop Chainsaw - Akira Yamaoka & Jimmy Urine - “Vikke Boss Battle” - June 12, 2012 - Grasshopper Manufacture/Warnet Bros. Interactive & Kadokawa Games - PS3/Xbox 360
Oct 10 2014
1 hour 28 mins
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Rank #4: STAGE 9: SEGA DREAMCAST

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15 years ago today, the Sega Dreamcast made its debut in Japan (the US release date was famously 9/9/99). This machine left a lasting mark on the world of video games and our hearts. From second screen gameplay to online multiplayer to DLC, the Dreamcast was well ahead of its time. Let’s take this opportunity to examine what made the Dreamcast special, and pay respects to one of the most innovative and amazing systems to ever grace our homes. A system that was ahead of its time and that 15 years later, can now look back on its legacy, and see that it’s the foundation that everything since has been built upon.

This STAGE focuses on the many popular games that came from this amazing system and the amazing music that left a significant imprint on our hearts and minds. This is the Sega DREAMCAST.
Track List
Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company
*Sonic Adventure - Kenichi Tokoi, Fumie Kumatani, Masaru Setsumaru & Jun Senoue - "Pleasure Castle” - September 9, 1999 - Sonic Team/SEGA

*Marvel VS. Capcom - Yuko Takehara & Masato
Kouda - "Onslaught I's Theme” - September 30, 1999 - CAPCOM

* Mr.Driller - Masaru Shiina - “Taurus” - June 25, 2000 - NAMCO

*Marvel VS. Capcom 2 - Mitsuhiko Takano & Tetsuya Shibata - "Carnival Stage” - June 29, 2000 - CAPCOM

*Street Fighter 3: Third Strike - Hideki Okugawa - "Jazzy NYC 99' (Alex & Ken's theme)” - October 4, 200 - CAPCOM

*Street Fighter Alpha/Zero 3 - Takayuki Iwai, Yuki Iwai, Isao Abe, Hideki Okugawa & Tetsuya Shibata - "No More Swingin' (Theme of Guy)” - May 31, 2000 - CAPCOM

*Project Justice (Rival Schools 2) - Yuki Iwai, Etsuko Yoneda & Setsuo Yamamoto - "Seijyun Girls' High School Courtyard” - May 16, 2001 - CAPCOM

*Power Stone - Tetsuya Shibata - "Dullstown Stage” - September 9, 1999 - CAPCOM

*Shenmue - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, Yuko Koshiro, Takeshi Yanagawa, Osamu Murata & Ryuji Iuchi - "Tears of Separation” - November 7, 2000 - Sega AM2/SEGA

*Soul Calibur - Junichi Nakatsuru, Yoshihito Yano, Akitaka Tohyama, Takanori Otsuka & Hideki Tobeta - "In The Name Of Father” - September 9, 1999 - Project Soul/NAMCO

*Dead or Alive 2 - Makoto Hosoi & Shigekiyo Okuda - "Blazed Up Melpomene (Theme of Helena)” -February 29, 2000 - Team Ninja/TECMO

*Mars Matrix - Yasushi Kaminishi - "Red Sky” -
April 30, 2001 - Takumi Corporation/CAPCOM

*Ikaruga - Hiroshi Luchi - "Trial (Chapter 2)” -
September 5, 2002 (japan only) - Treasure/ESP Software

*Tech Romancer - Yuki Iwai - "City Zone A ” - March 31, 2000 - CAPCOM

*King of Fighters Evolution - Shinsekai Gakkyoku Zatsugidan - "The Way Of Rebirth” - May 10, 2001 - SNK

*Fatal Fury: Mark of the Wolves - Shinsekai Gakkyoku Zatsugidan - "Spread The Wings” -
November 23, 2001 - SNK

*Blue Stinger - Toshihiko Sahashi - "Below Zero” -
September 9, 1999 - Climax Graphics/Sctivision

*Resident Evil: Code Veronica - Takeshi Miura, Hijiri Anze & Sanae Kasahara - "Tyrant 3 Version B” -
February 29, 2000 - Nestech/CAPCOM

*Space Channel 5 - Naofumi Hataya & Kenichi Tokoi - "Mexican Flyer” - June 4, 2000 - United Game Artists/SEGA

*Jet Grind Radio - Hideki Naganuma - "Magical Girl” - October 30, 2000 - Smilebit/SEGA
Oct 10 2014
1 hour 13 mins
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Rank #5: STAGE 57: Silent Hill

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Praised by various video game publications and media, The silent hill series had become a staple in the world of video games for its atmospheric and haunting music by composer Akira Yameoka, and more importantly its unique and engrossing story that utilized a different form of horror, the journey through ones mind.
although there were spinoff and sequels that slowly moved away from the original ideas or game mechanics that made the silent hill series stand out amongst the rest, its the haunting melodies and captivating feelings upon hearing these amazing tracks that will once again bring us back to this town hidden in darkness, because this STAGE of the retro vgm revival hour is dedicated to all things silent hill…..

========Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System====
1.) Silent Hill – Akira Yamaoka – “Silent Hill, Fear Of The Dark, My Heaven, Killing Time, She & Tears of…(extended) ”- January 31, 1999 – Konami – Sony Playstation

2.) Silent Hill 2 – Akira Yamaoka – “Magdalene, Angel’s Thanatos, Love Psalm, True, Theme Of Laura, Promise (Reprise) & Promise” – September 24, 2001 – Konami – PS2, Windows PC & Microsoft Xbox

3.) Silent Hill 3 – Akira Yamaoka (w/ vocals provided by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn) – “Sickness unto foolish death, Please love me… once more, Dance with night wind, Never forgive me/never forget me, I want love & You’re not here, ” – May 23, 2003 -Konami – PS2 & Windows PC

4.) Silent Hill 4: The Room – Akira Yamaoka (w/ vocals provided by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn and Joe Romersa) – “Tender Sugar, Melancholy Requiem, Silent Circus, Cradel Of Forest, Nightmarish Waltz, Your Rain & Room Of Angel” – June 17, 2004 – Konami – PS2, Windows PC & Microsoft Xbox

5.) Silent Hill: The Arcade – Akira Yamaoka – “Theme of Hanna” – July 25, 2007 (Japan/Europe only) – Konami – Arcade

6.) Silent Hill: Origins – Akira Yamaoka (w/ vocals provided by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn) – “Hole In The Sky & Shot Down In Flames” – November 6, 2007 – Climax Studios/Konami – PSP & PS2

7.) Silent Hill: Homecoming – Akira Yamaoka (w/ vocals provided by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn) – “One More Soul To The Call & Cold Blood” – September 30, 2008 – Double Helix Games/Konami – PS3, Xbox 360 & Windows PC

8.) Silent Hill: Shattered Memories – Akira Yamaoka (w/ vocals provided by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn)- “Always on my Mind, When You’re Gone, Childish Thoughts, Hell Frozen Rain & Acceptance (Extended ver.)” – December 8, 2009 – Climax Studios/Konami – Nintendo Wii, PSP & PS2

9.) Silent Hill: Downpour – Daniel Licht – “Intro Perk Walk & Railcar Ride“ – March 13, 2012 – Vatra Games/Konami – PS3 & Xbox 360

10.) Silent Hill: Book of Memories – Daniel Licht (w/ vocals provided by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn) – “Opening the Book, Water World, Love Pslam & Now We’re Free“ – October 16, 2012 – WayForward Technologies/Konami – Playstation Vita
Edgar Velasco: @MoonSpiderHugs
Official Site: nostalgiaroadtrip.com/
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Apr 27 2018
2 hours 56 mins
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Rank #6: STAGE 59: Final Fight

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A game that originally began development as a sequel to the original Street Fighter, the first Final Fight game had to switch its genre from the original fighting game idea to a beat ’em up and gained worldwide success!

With various ports, its sequels and its characters making appearances in other Capcom titles, It’s plain to see why the Final Fight series is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to talking about memorable games in Capcom’s legacy.

With the series celebrating it’s 30th anniversary next year, what better way to celebrate one of my favorite beat ‘em up by sharing the Latest Retro VGM Revival Hour Episode focusing entirely on the amazing music of the final fight series.

Complete Track Listing available On the Official Nostalgia Road Trip Website over at: https://nostalgiaroadtrip.com/2018/08/stage-59-final-fight-tribute/

(Don't blame me, blame the Soundcloud text limit)

Special Shout-out to Rusty Shackles for permission to use his Final Fight piece for this episode’s Cover art
Official site: http://tabletopfetus.com/
Twitter: @rusty_shackles
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Outro track Provided by THE MAD GEAR
That track and full album available digitally on BANDCAMP
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FINAL FIGHT MUSIC VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_AqU7lJIAw

Edgar Velasco: @MoonSpiderHugs
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Aug 12 2018
2 hours 32 mins
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Rank #7: STAGE 60: The King Of Fighters

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Congratulations, you have been invited to participate in the King of Fighters tournament.

one of the longest and most recognizable fighting game series in SNK’s existence, The king of fighters began the trend of making its most notable characters cross the boundaries of their respective titles to clash in teams of three to help elevate something that ,at the time, would be considered Dream matches.

Now that you’ve assembled a trio of the most legendary superstars of the fighting world
What type of battles with these magnificent fighters encounter along the way? what various match-ups will you create during your fight to the top?

So this is why THIS STAGE of the retro vim revival hour is covering some amazing tracks from the the KING OF FIGHTERS game series.

so choose your fighters and be ready for whats in store!

Complete Track Listing available On the Official Nostalgia Road Trip Website over at: https://nostalgiaroadtrip.com/2018/08/stage-60-the-king-of-fighters/

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Edgar Velasco: @MoonSpiderHugs
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Aug 27 2018
3 hours 21 mins
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Rank #8: BONUS STAGE

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You've encountered Many Difficult stages, But with the hard work is a great reward, and what better way to reward you, The Fellow listener, with a spacial BONUS STAGE of the Retro VGM Revival Hour. No theme, or subject, just a selection of random tracks of the past and present as a reward for showing much love and respect to the art of Video Game Music. So as you unwrap your favorite gifts, just Listen to these amazing tracks to get you excited to take on whatever lies a head.
Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System
*Earthworm Jim - Tommy Tallarico - "New Junk City”- August 2, 1994 - Shiny Entertainment & Playmates Interactive/SEGA - Sega Genesis(MegaDrive)

*Mega Man 6 - Yuko Takehara - "Dr. Wily Stages”- March 15, 1994 - CAPCOM - NES

*The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening - Minako Hamano & Kazue Ishikawa - "Tal Tal Mountains” - August 1993 - NINTENDO - GameBoy

*Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time - Yoko Shimomura - “Thwomp Volcano” - November 28, 2005 - AlphaDream/NINTENDO - Nintendo DS

*Mother - Keiichi Suzuki & Hirokazu Tanaka - “Bein' Friends” - July 27, 1989(Japan Only) - NINTENDO - NES(Famicon)

*The Guardian Legend - Masatomo Miyamoto & Takeshi Santo - “Forest Labyrinth” - April 1989 - Compile/Broderbund - NES

*Catherine - Shoji Meguro, Kenichi Tsuchiya, Atsushi Kitajoh & Toshiki Konishi - “It's a Golden Show” - July 26, 2011 - ATLUS - PS3/Xbox 360

*Tower of Heaven - flashygoodness - “Indignant Divinity” - 2010 - askiisoft - PC

*Persona 4 - Shoji Meguro, Atsushi Kitajoh & Ryota Koduka - “Your Affection” - December 9, 2008 - ATLUS - PS2

*Rayman Origins - Christophe Héral & Billy Martin - “Land Of Dead World (Land of the Livid Dead ~ Nowhere to Run ~ Chasing a Dream)” - November 15, 2011 - Ubisoft - Wii / Xbox 360 / PS3 / Vita / PC / 3DS

*Dragon Ball Z: Super Butouden 2 - Kenji Yamamoto - “Vegeta's Theme” - December 17, 1993(Japan only) - TOSE/Bandai - Super Famicom

*Super Dodge Ball - Kazuo Sawa - “Opposition Match Theme” - June 1989 - Technos japan/CSG Imagesoft Inc - NES

*Silent Hill 2 - Akira Yamaoka - "Theme of Laura” - September 24, 2001 - KONAMI - PS2

*Mother 3 - Shogo Sakai - “Love Theme” - April 20, 2006(Japan Only) - Brownie Brown & HAL Laboratory/NINTENDO - GameBoy Advanced

*Super Mario 3D World - Mahito Yokota, Toru Minegishi, Yasuaki Iwata & Koji Kondo - "World Bowser" - November 22, 2013 - NINTENDO - WiiU

*Magic Johnson's Fast Break - Tim Follin - “Title Theme” - 1988 - Arcadia Systems/TradeWest - NES

*Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots - Harry Gregson-williams & Nobuko Toda - “Metal Gear Saga” - June 12, 2008 - KONAMI - PS3

*Sonic 3D Blast - Richard Jacques - "Panic Puppet Zone (Act 1)" - November 1, 1996 - SonicTeam/SEGA - Sega Saturn

*Donkey Kong 64 - Grant Kirkhope - “The Monkey Rap (Intro)” - November 24, 1999 - RARE/NINTENDO - N64

*Far Cry 3 : Blood Dragon - Power Glove - “Resurrection” - May 1, 2013 - Ubisoft - Xbox 360 / PS3 / PC

*Angry Video Game Nerd Adventure - “Assholevania” - 2013 - FreakZone Games - PC

*Pokemon Silver / Gold / Crystal - Go Ichinose & Junichi Masuda - “Radio ~ Lucky Channel / Game Corner” - October 15, 2000 - Game Freak/NINTENDO - Game Boy Color
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Dec 25 2014
1 hour 15 mins
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Rank #9: STAGE 20: SONIC THE HEDGEHOG

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GOTTA GO FAST!
Ever since stepping into the battle against injustice, Sonic has been the champion of peace and is renowned the world over for saving it countless times. During his many adventures, Sonic has traveled from the ends of the world to the far reaches of space and time, while facing countless trials that have tested him to the fullest, earning him many titles, allies and the scorns of several foes. Well-known for his legendary cocky attitude, easy-going demeanor and somewhat short temper, yet strong sense of justice, compassion, heart of gold and love for freedom and adventure, Sonic uses his abilities to protect the innocent from his world and those beyond from the forces of evil, especially his arch-nemesis Dr. Eggman (originally Introduced as Dr. Robotnick) , who constantly seeks world domination.

Although at this moment, the name has brought many frowns and feelings of false hope to his followers as of late, this podcast is to remember the good music that this franchise has brought to us through the years and remember how amazing this franchise really is. This is why this STAGE is devoted to all the amazing music from the SONIC THE HEDGEHOG games
Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System
1.) Sonic the Hedgehog - Masato Nakamura - "Green Hill Zone & Scrap Brain Zone" - June 23, 1991 - Sonic Team/SEGA - Sega Genesis

2.) Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - Masato Nakamura - "Emerald Hill Zone, Aquatic Ruin Zone & Chemical Plant Zone” - November 21, 1992 - Sonic Team/SEGA - Sega Genesis

3.) Sonic the Hedgehog CD - Naofumi Hataya, Masafumi Ogata, Spencer Nilsen, David Young & Mark "Sterling" Crew - "You Can Do Anything(opening theme) w/ Title Theme, Palmtree Panic (Bad Future) mix & Final Fever” -September 23, 1993 - Sonic Team/SEGA - Sega CD(Mega CD)

4.) Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Sonic & Knuckles - Brad Buxer, Cirocco Jones, Geoff Grace, Sachio Ogawa, Tatsuyuki Maeda, Tomonori Sawada, Jun Senoue, Miyoko Takaoka, Masanori Hikichi, Howard Drossin & Michael Jackson
- "Special Stage, Icecap Zone 2 & Credits” - (sonic 3)February 2, 1994/(sonic & Knuckles)October 18, 1994 - Sonic Team/SEGA - Sega Genesis

5.) Sonic 3D Blast - Jun Senoue & Tatsuyuki Maeda "Diamond Dust Zone 1 & Gene Gadget Zone 2” - November 1, 1996 - Traveller's Tales & Sonic Team/SEGA - Sega Genesis

6.) Sonic Adventure - Jun Senoue, Fumie Kumatani, Kenichi Tokoi & Masaru Setsumaru - “Invincible ...no Fear, Twinkle Cart & Pleasure Castle" - September 9, 1999 - Sonic Team/SEGA - Sega Dreamcast

7.) Sonic Adventure 2 - Jun Senoue, Fumie Kumatani, Kenichi Tokoi & Tomoya Ohtani - “Escape From The City, This Way Out & Live and Learn” - June 18, 2001 - Sonic Team/SEGA - Sega Dreamcast

8.) Sonic Heroes - Jun Senoue, Naofumi Hataya, Yutaka Minobe, Tomoya Ohtani, Keiichi Sugiyama, Hideaki Kobayashi, Mariko Nanba, Teruhiko Nakagawa & Fumie Kumatani - "Robot Carnival-Robot Storm(Boss theme), Rail Canyon(7th Stage) & We Can(Theme of Team Sonic)" - January 5, 2004 - Sonic Team/SEGA - Nintendo GameCube, PS2 Xbox & Windows PC

9.) Sonic the Hedgehog - Yuzo Koshiro - “Sky Base Zone" - December 28, 1991 - Ancient/SEGA - Sega Game Gear

10.) Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - Naofumi Hataya, Masafumi Ogata & Tomonori Sawada - “Green Hills Zone & Underground Zone" - November 17, 1992 - Aspect/SEGA - Sega Game Gear

11.) Sonic the Hedgehog Pocket Adventure - Maitaro (under the supervision of Takushi “Hiya!” Hiyamuta) - “Neo South Island Zone Act 2 & Gigantic Angel Zone Boss, ” - December 20, 1999 - SNK/SEGA - Neo Geo Pocket Color

12.) Sonic Advance - Tatsuyuki Maeda & Yutaka Minobe - “Egg Rocket Zone & Emerald Hill Zone" - February 3, 2002 - Sonic Team & Dimps/SEGA - GBA
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Apr 29 2015
1 hour 32 mins
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Rank #10: STAGE 16: COMPUTER GAMES

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Whether or not you believe that computer games are the better format to play games, to me its not about that, an awesome video game is an awesome video game no matter what you use to play it. And out of the majority of game soundtracks that are out there that focus on current or retro consoles, I don’t really see much emphasis on Computer game soundtracks.

So I took it upon myself to dedicate this STAGE on COMPUTER GAMES, now this will mostly focus on classic PC games of the past, so I hope you got your floppy disks handy and are ready, because once you hit that ENTER key, you'll be in for one amazing experience giving much love and honor to these amazing tracks.
Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System
*Secret of Monkey Island - Michael Land & Patrick Mundy - “Main Theme" - October 1990 -Lucasfilm Games/ LucasArts (DISTRIBUTED BY: Electronic Arts) - Amiga

*Rise of the Triad: Dark War - Robert Prince & Lee Jackson - “Suck This” - February 17, 1995 - Apogee Software - MS DOS

*Utopia: The Creation of a Nation - Barry Leitch - “Canon” - 1991 - Celestial Software/Gremlin Interactive - Amiga

*Heroes of Might and Magic III - Paul Romero, Rob King & Steve Baca - “Good Theme” - February 28, 1999 - New World Computing/The 3DO Company - Windows & Mac

*Dizzy: Prince of the Yolkfolk - Matthew Simmonds (ARRANGED BY: Mark Knight) - “Main Theme” - December 1991 - Big Red Software/Codemasters - Amiga 500

*MYTH: History In the Making - Jeroen Tel - “Title Theme" - 1989 - System 3 - Commodore 64

*Hero Quest - Barry Leitch - “Title Theme" - 1991 - Gremlin Graphics - Sinclair ZX Spectrum

*The Light Corridor - Alberto Jose Gonzalez - “Space Trip" - 1991 - New Frontier/Infogrames - Sinclair ZX Spectrum

*Wolfenstein 3D - Robert Prince - “Nazi Rap” - May 5, 1992 - Id Software/Apogee Software - MS DOS

*DOOM - Robert Prince - “I Sawed the Demons" - December 10, 1993 - Id Software/GT Interactive - Windows & Mac

*Turrican - Chris Hülsbeck, Ramiro Vaca & Stefan Hartwig - “Title" - 1990 - Rainbow Arts - Commodore 64

*Duke Nukem 3D - Robert Prince & Lee Jackson - “Grabbag" - January 29, 1996 - 3D Realms/GT Interactive Software - MS DOS

*Chuck Rock - Matthew Simmonds - “Title Theme" - 1991 - Core Design - Amiga

*SpellBound - Rob Hubbard - “Title/In Game” - 1985 - David Jones, Richard Darling & Rob Hubbard/ Mastertronic - Sinclair ZX Spectrum

*System Shock - Greg LoPiccolo & Tim Ries - “Living Quarters” - September 22, 1994 - Looking Glass Studios/Origin Systems - MS DOS

*Turrican II: The Final Fight - Chris Hülsbeck - “The Final fight ( Opening Theme)” - 1991 - Rainbow Arts - Commodore 64

*UFO: Enemy Unknown - John Broomhall - “ Intro part III” - 1994 - Mythos Games/MicroProse - Microsoft Windows

*Cannon Fodder - John Hare & Richard Joseph - "War Has Never Been So Much Fun(Opening Theme)” - December 1993 - Sensible Software/Virgin Interactive - Amiga
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Feb 06 2015
1 hour 12 mins
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Rank #11: STAGE 14: CARTOONS

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Slapstick, Looney and Cartooney, These are the things we experienced being a kid either on a weekly basis or waking up Saturday morning to catch your favorite animated shows. These Nostalgia tracks are there to honor and give much love to those great animated characters of the past, so Grab your box of favorite cereal and sit back in front of your Television to fully enjoy these amazing tracks giving honor to CARTOONS on this special STAGE to make the day, or morning go a whole lot better.
Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System
*G.I. Joe A Real American Hero - Nobuyuki Shioda & Yusuke Takahama - “Mission 2: Antartica" - January 1991 - KID/Taxan - NES

*Tom & Jerry - Geoff Follin - “Opening/Stage Theme 2” - June 1991 - Software Creations/HI-Tech expressions - NES

*Tiny Toon Adventures - Jun Funahashi, Masae Nakashima & Satoko Minami - “Haunted Forest” - December 1991 - KONAMI - NES

*The Smurfs - Alberto Jose Gonzalez - “Act 3: The Swamps/Act 10: Gargamel's Manor" - 1994 - Bit Managers/Infogrames- NES

*Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle - Hiroyuki Masuno - “Building"- August, 1989 - Kemco - NES

*G.I. Joe The Atlantis Factor - Yusuke Takahama - “Area A: Cobra Prison" - March 1992 - KID/CAPCOM - NES

*Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout - Hiroyuki Masuno
- “World 1" - September 1990 - Kemco - NES

*The Flintstones: The Rescue of Dino & Hoppy - Yasuko Yamada & Naoto Yagishita - “Stages 1 & 2 " - December 1991 - SOL/Taito Corporation - NES

*The Flintstones: Surprise at Dinosaur Peak - S. Takahagi & M. Ogata - “Stages 1 & 5: Bedrock" - August 1994 - SOL/Taito Corporation - NES

*Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster's Hidden Treasure - Shinji Tasaka, Hideto Inoue & Tsuyoshi Sekito - “Sunset & Snow(Stage 2 Theme)" - February 7, 1993 -KONAMI -Sega Genesis

*Animaniacs - Kiyoshi Murai - “Studio 3 (part 3)" - May 14, 1994 - KONAMI - Sega Genesis/Megadrive

*EXO-Squad - Zsolt Dvornik - “Training Mode" - May 19, 1995 - Appaloosa Interactive/Playmates - Sega Genesis

*The Pirates of Dark Water - Phase Out - “City of Pandawa (stage 3)" - May 1994 - SunSoft - SNES

*Beavis and Butt-head - Marc Baril & Paul Wilkinson - “The Street" - 1994 - Radical Entertainment/Viacom New Media - Genesis

*The Ren & Stimpy Show: Stimpy's Invention - Sam Powell - “The Pound Dungeon” - 1993 - BlueSky Software/SEGA - Sega Genesis

*Toxic Crusaders - Frederic Mentzen - “city" - 1992 - Infogrames/SEGA - Sega Geneis

*Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose! - Kazuhiko Uehara & Yukie Morimoto - “Stage 5 (area 2)" - February 1993 - KONAMI - SNES

*Attack of the Killer Tomatoes - Mark Van Hecke - “Title Screen Theme”- January 1992 - Imagineering/THQ - NES

*Inspector Gadget - Saori Kobayashi - “Opening/Title Screen" - December 1993 - AIM/Hudson Soft - SNES

*The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants - Mark Van Hecke - “Levels 2 & 4” - February 1991 - Imagineering Inc/Acclaim - NES

*EEK! The Cat - Dean Evans & Barry Leitch - “Zoo" - August 1994 - CTA/OCEAN - SNES
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Dec 17 2014
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Rank #12: STAGE 15: RACING GAMES

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Fancy a race? Whether you’re looking to unleash your inner speed demon and tinker with mechanics, or just hop into a shiny gas guzzler and knock out a few laps to capture the gold, there's Nothing better than having some amazing tracks that get your motor running.

Good Racing game Music is an essential part that gets you in the mood to take on all challengers , so as we wait for the checkered flag to fall and the light to turn green , I thought it'd be an good time to look back on some amazing racing game music tracks…..This is why this STAGE is devoted to RACING GAME music. So,Gentlemen, start your consoles!
Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System
*R.C. Pro-Am - David Wise - "Title Screen" - 1987 - Rare/NINTENDO - NES

*Rad Racer - Nobuo Uematsu - "Radio Station 1" - October 1, 1987 - Square/NINTENDO - NES

*F-Zero - Yumiko Kanki & Naoto Ishida - "Ending Theme” - November 21, 1990 - NINTENDO - SNES

*Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge - Neil Baldwin - “Race Theme 1” - February 1992 - System 3 Sofware/Acclaim - NES

*Road Rash - Rob Hubbard & Mike Bartlow - "Pacific Coast" - 1991 - Electronic Arts - Genesis

*Super Mario Kart - Soyo Oka - "Koopa Beach" -September 1, 1992 - Nintendo - SNES

*Super Off Road - Tim & Geoff Follin - “Set Up” - December 1991 - software Creations/TradeWest - SNES

*Skitchin' - Jeff van Dyck - "Smog Dog" - 1993 - Electronic Arts - Genesis

*Knight Rider - Hiroshi Nishizawa - “Ending" - December 1989 - Pack-In-Video/Acclaim - NES

*Super Monaco GP - Tokuhiko Uwabo - "Exhaust Fumes" - September, 1990 - SEGA - Genesis

*Enduro Racer - Hiroshi Kawaguchi - “Race Theme 2” - 1987 - SEGA - Sega Master System

*Days of Thunder - Tania Smith - "Title Screen" - October 1990 - Beam Software/Mindscape - NES

*F1 Pole Position - Team Help - “Kyalami” - December 1993 - Human Entertainment/Ubisoft - SNES

*Monster Truck Rally - George Sanger (with Arrangement by David Warhol) - “Monster Menu" - September 1991 - Realtime Associates/INTV Corporation - NES

*Out Run - Hiroshi Kawaguchi (with Arrangement by Shinichiro Sato) - "Splash Wave" - 1991 - SEGA - Genesis

*Super Sprint - Hal Canon & Brad Fuller - “Title Screen” - 1989 - Atari/TENGEN - NES

*V-Rally Championship Edition - Alberto Jose Gonzalez - “Car Selection" - June 6, 1999 - Bit Managers/Infogrames - Game Boy Color

*Twisted Metal 2 - Chuck E. Meyers, Lance Lenhart & Tom Hopkins - “Los Angeles” - October 31, 1996 - Sony Interactive Studios/SONY - PlayStation

*Gran Turismo - Masahiro Andoh & Isamu Ohira - “Moon Over The Castle” - May 12, 1998 - Sony Computer Entertainment - PlayStation
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Jan 15 2015
1 hour 9 mins
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Rank #13: STAGE 19: WRESTLING GAMES

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It's WrestleMania season, and for many wrestling fans this is the pinnacle of a years worth of storylines, subplots, feuds and rivalries . Their desire to see their favorite superstars compete against each other in whats considered the Super Bowl of wrestling is the greatest experience to behold.

Wrestling video games are built for our imagination. To take your favorite wrestler and put him down a path that you won’t see on TV, or to make your own pro wrestler and have him chase the for Championship.

So Today we are going to look at some of the best video games to ever be made about Pro Wrestling by listening to their amazing Music.
Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System
*WWF WRESTLEMANIA - David Wise - "Girls in Cars (Ted Dibiase)" - 1989 - RARE/Acclaim - NES

*Tecmo World Wrestling - Keiji Yamagishi, Mayuko Okamura, Hiroshi Miyazaki & Mitsuhito Tanaka - "1st Match - Akari Dragon" - 1990 - Tecmo - NES

*Wrestle War - Anupon - "BGM 2” - June 28, 1991(japan & Europe Only) - SEGA - Sega MegaDrive(Genesis)

*Super Fire Pro Wrestling X - Chiyomaru Shikura - “Opening Theme” -March 29, 1996(japan Only) - Human Entertainment - Super Famicon(SNES)

*WWF Wrestlemania Challenge - David Wise - “Player 2” - November 1990 - RARE/LJN - NES

*Thunder Pro Wrestling Retsuden - Takeshi Saito & Garheu "Match BGM 10” - March 27, 1992(japan Only) - Human Entertainment - Sega MegaDrive(Genesis)

*WWF Royal Rumble - Paul Webb, Dean Morrell & Kingsley Thurber - “Tournament Victory" - September 15, 1993 - Sculptured Software/Flying Edge - Sega Genesis

*Cutie Suzuki no Ringside Angel - Akihiko Mori - “Strawberry, Star Light” - December 12, 1990(Japan Only) - Copya System Ltd/Asmik Corporation - Sega MegaDrive(genesis)

*Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 - Kouji Niikura - "Fight for the Championship" - December 19, 1997(Japan Only) - Asmik Ace Entertainment & AKI Corporation/Asmik Ace Entertainment - Nintendo 64

*WCW vs. nWo Revenge - Kouji Niikura & Yukie Sugawara - “Starrcade" - October 26 1998 - Asmik Ace Entertainment & AKI Corporation/THQ - Nintendo 64

*WCW Wrestling(World Championship Wrestling) - Kenji Yoshida - “Match Theme" - March 1990 - Nichibutsu/FCI Incorporated - NES

*WWF Super WrestleMania - Mark Miller & Dean Morrell - “Title Screen” - February 12, 1992 - Sculptured Software/Flying Edge - Sega Genesis

*Pro Wrestling - Masamichi Yamazaki - “Match Theme" - March 1987 - NINTENDO - NES

*Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling: Chou Senshi in Tokyo Dome - Yusuke Takahama - “Theme of Shinya Hashimoto” - September 14, 1993 - Varie - Super Famicom(SNES)

*Fire Pro Wrestling Returns - Atsuhiro Motoyama - “Kick & Submit" - November 13, 2007 - Spike/Agetect - PS2

*Saturday Night Slam Masters - Masaki Izutani & Syun Nishigaki - “Tokyo" - July 13, 1993 - CAPCOM - SNES

*Zen-Nippon Pro Wrestling 2: 3-4 Budoukan -
Iku Mizutani, Kinuyo Yamashita, Hiroyuki Iwatsuki, & Haruo Ohashi - “Staff Roll“ - April 7, 1995 - Natsume/NCS - Super Famicom(SNES)

*WWF Wrestlemania Challenge - David Wise - “Andre the Giant” - November 1990 - RARE/LJN - NES

*WWF Wrestlemania: Steel Cage Challenge - Paul Webb - “Jake Roberts (Snake Bite)” - April 21, 1995 - Sculptured Software/LJN - NES

*WWF Royal Rumble - Paul Webb, Dean Morrell & Kingsley Thurber - “Crush’s Theme" - June 8, 1993 - Sculptured Software/LJN - SNES

*WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game - Mike Stock & Pete Waterman - “WrestleMania” (character select screen)- October 18, 1995 - Sculptured Software/Acclaim Entertainment - Playstation
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Mar 25 2015
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Rank #14: Bonus Stage 5

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Now that 2017 has come and gone, Its time to look forward to the many new challenges and obstacles that are in store for us, and with that It’s that time again here at the Retro VGM Revival hour, where you, the fellow listener, have entered another BONUS STAGE.

So sit back and Listen to some amazing tracks to get you excited to take on whatever lies a head.
========Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System====
1.) Cosmic Star Heroine – HyperDuck SoundWorks – “L’Salle”- April 11, 2017 – Zeboyd Games – Linux, Mac OS, Windows PC, PS4, PS Vita & Xbox One

2.) Ys: The Ark of Napishtim – Falcom Sound Team – “Ernst” – September 27, 2003 – Nihon Falcom – Windows PC, PS2, IOS & PSP

3.) Human Resource Machine – Kyle Gabler – “The Data Wont Collate Itself” – October 15, 2015 – Tomorrow Corporation – Windows PC, Mac OS, Linux, iOS, Android, Nintendo Switch & Wii U

4.) Persona 5 – Shoji Meguro (W/ Lyn Inaizumi providing Vocals) – “Rivers In the Desert” – April 4, 2017 – Atlas – PS4 & PS3

5.) VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action – Michael Kelly – “Every Day is Night” – June 21, 2016 – Sukeban Games/Ysbryd Games – Windows PC, Mac OS, Linux, Playstation Vita & iOS

6.) God Eater 2 – Masaru Shiina (Go Shiina) – “All at Risk” – November 14, 2013 – Shift/Bandai Namco Entertainment – PSP, Playstation Vita, PS4 & Windows PC

7.) Crypt of the Necrodancer: AMPLIFIED – Danny Baranowsky – “Six Feet Thunder (Stage 5-3)” – Jan 24, 2017 – Brace Yourself Games – Windows PC, Mac OS, Linux, PS4 & Playstation Vita

8.) Mekazoo – M.J. Quigley (The Quiggles) – “Vagrant Vines” – Nov 15, 2016 – The Good Mood Creators – Windows PC, PS4, Xbox One & Wii U

9.) Furi – Franck Hueso (Carpenter Brut) – “You’re mine“ – July 5, 2016 – The Game Bakers – Windows PC, PS4, Xbox One & Nintendo Switch

10.) Mother Russia Bleeds – Vincent “Fixions” Cassar – “Dance of the Rusty Nails“ – September 5, 2016 – Le Cartel Studio/Devolver Digital – Windows PC, Mac OS, Linux & PS4

11.) 1001 Spikes – Tadd Nuznov & Misoka Panipum – “1001 Icicles (World 9 & Key Versions) & The Quest (Tower 2-1)“ – June 3, 2014 – 8bits Fanatics/Nicalis – Xbox 360, PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, 3DS, Windows PC & Playstation Vita

12.) The World Ends with You – Takeharu Ishimoto – “Long Dream” – July 27, 2007 – Square Enix – Nintendo DS, iOS, Android & Nintendo Switch

13.) Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 – Ippo Yamada, Ryo Kawakami, Aoi Takeda, Mina Hatazoe, & Kotaro Yamada – “Indigo Destiny (Duet Version)” – August 25, 2016 – Inti Creates – 3DS & Nintendo Switch

14.) Rhythm Thief & the Emperor’s Treasure – Tomoya Ohtani, Naofumi Hataya & Takahito Eguchi – “Battle Diabolique & Throwdown with Napoleon”- January 19, 2012 – Sega & Xeen/SEGA – 3DS & IOS

15.) Hyrule Warriors – Masato Koike & Yuki Matsumura – “Silent Guardians“ – August 14, 2014 – Omega Force & Team Ninja/Nintendo – Wii U, 3DS & Nintendo Switch

16.) Transistor – Darren Korb (W/ Ashley Lynn Barrett providing Vocals) – “Paper Boats” – May 20, 2014 – Supergiant Games – Windows PC, Mac OS, Linux & PS4

17.) Skullgirls – Michiru Yamane, Brenton Kossak & Blaine McGurty – “An Oasis in Time (Bath of Tefnut Stage)” – April 10, 2012 – Reverge Labs/Marvelous & Autumn Games – Xbox 360, PS3, Windows PC, Mac OS, Linux, Xbox One, PS4, Playstation Vita & Arcade

18.) Yakuza 0 – Hidenori Shoji, Zenta Tsuchihashi (ZENTA), Kensuke Inage, Yoshiji Kobayashi, Karasuya-sabou, Saori Yoshida, POPHOLIC, Hyd Lunch, Sachio Ogawa, Fumiyoshi Shimohara, Yuri Fukuda, Keisuke Hattori (baker), yuyoyuppe & Hirotaka Kumagawa – “JUDGEMENT & Force Addiction“ – March 12, 2015 (Jap)/January 24, 2017 (ww) – SEGA – PS3 & PS4

19.) Doki Doki Literature Club! – Dan Salvato (W/ Jillian Ashcraft providing Vocals) – “Your Reality (Credits)“ – September 22, 2017 – Team Salvato – Windows PC, Mac OS & Linux
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Jan 30 2018
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Rank #15: STAGE 18: FIGHTING GAMES

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If you were an avid arcade player and had access to coins at any time in the early to late 90s, whether it was at your local convenience store, video store or Family Restaurant, chances are you’ll have spent all of your time and quarters (or tokens depending on the place) on a video arcade. More Importantly on a fighting game ... hammering buttons, frantically waggling a joystick to execute a devastating final blow to beat your opponent and pumping your parents pocket change into Street Fighter 2 , Killer Instinct or Mortal kombat.

The arcades have all but died out now, but the love for these time consuming franchises has never died, So put away those quarters and enjoy these amazing beats from the greatest console fighting games in this special STAGE of the Retro VGM Revival Hour!
Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System
*Killer Instinc - Robin Beanland & Graeme Norgate - “The Instinct(Main Theme)" - August 30, 1995 - RARE/NINTENDO - SNES

*Tatsunoko vs. Capcom - Akihiko Narita & Misao Senbongi - “The Flutter VS The Gesellschaft (Rock Volnutt/Megaman Legends)” - December 11, 2008 - Eighting/CAPCOM - Nintendo Wii

*Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Takahiro Nishi, Shogo Sakai, Masaaki Iwasaki, Yutaka Iraha, Keigo Ozaki & Kentaro Ishizaka - "The Underworld(Kid Icarus theme)” - March 9, 2008 - Game Arts/NINTENDO - Nintendo WII

*Arcana Heart - Motoharu Yoshihira - “Save A Future” - April 11, 2008 - Examu/ATLUS - Playstation 2

*Marvel VS Capcom - Yuko Takehara & Masato Kouda - “Theme of Strider Hiryu” - September 30, 1999 - CAPCOM - Sega Dreamcast

*Darkstalkers 2 (Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge) - Takayuki Iwai, Akari Kaida & Hideki Okugawa - “Lord Raptor Stage" - February 22, 1996 - CAPCOM - Sega Saturn

*King of Fighters 95 - Shinsekai Gakkyoku Zatsugidan - “Club M (Aozora ni Flute)" - March 28, 1996 - SNK - Sega Saturn

*Mortal Kombat 3 - Mark Ganus - “Rooftop" - October 1995 - Sculptured Software/Midway Games - SNES

*Soul Calibur 5 - Andrew Aversa, Hiroki Kikuta, Jesper Kyd, Tomoki Miyoshi, Junichi Nakatsuru, Cris Velasco & Inon Zur - “ Wings of Sorrow (Pyrrha's Theme)” - January 31, 2012 - Project Soul/Namco Bandai Games - PS3/Xbox 360

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters - Kazuhiko Uehara, Hideto Inoue & Harumi Ueko - “Sewer" - December 3, 1993 - KONAMI - NES

*World Heroes - Hiroaki Shimizu, Hideki Yamamoto, Yuka Kurosawa & N. Taro - “Kaze To Honoo To(Fuuma Theme)" - September 1993 - ADK/Sunsoft - SNES

*Street Fighter 2 - Yoko Shimomura & Isao Abe - “Balrog Stage Theme" - July 15, 1992 - CAPCOM - SNES

*Doomsday Warrior - Junta - "Fatty Bomber (P-Lumb theme)" - March 1993 - Laser Soft/Renovation Products - SNES

*JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle - Chikayo Fukuda “Stone Ocean” - April 29, 2014 - CyberConnect2/Namco Bandai Games - PS3

*Clay Fighter - Mitchell Stein & Brian Luzietti - “Funhouse” - November 1993 - Visual Concepts/Interplay Entertainment - SNES

*Dragon Ball Z: Buyuu Retsuden - Shinji Amagishi - “Battle Theme 4” - April 1994 (japan & Europe Only) - TOSE/BANDAI - Sega Genesis

*Super Street Fighter 2 - Isao Abe & Syun Nishigaki - “ Guile's Theme - June 25, 1994 - CAPCOM - SNES

*WeaponLord - Brian Schmidt - "Circle of Horns” - 1995 - Visual Concepts/Namco - Sega Genesis

*Skullgirls - Vincent Diamante, Blaine McGurty & Michiru Yamane - "Anti-Skullgirl Lab 8 Stage (Valentine's Theme) - April 10, 2012 - Reverge Labs/Autumn Games - Playstation Network/Xbox Live

*Guilty Gear XX - Daisuke Ishiwatari & Koichi Seiyama - "Awe Of She (Dizzy's Theme)" - May 23, 2002 - Arc System Works/Sammy Studios - PS2

*Street Fighter 4 - Exile - "The Next Door (Indestructible)” - February 17, 2009 - CAPCOM - Playstation 3/Xbox 360
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Feb 27 2015
1 hour 11 mins
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Rank #16: STAGE 17: SUNSOFT

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SUNSOFT began developing original games and technology for the home console market in the latter half of the 1980s , with emphasis mostly on the NES which many would say was the golden era for the company. The games they released for the Nintendo Entertainment system were widely considered widely entertaining in both gameplay, graphics and more importantly MUSIC.

Sunsoft developed video games with awesome soundtracks, games like Blaster Master, Gimmick!, and Journey to Silius. And with those few mentions listed, It was no surprise that I would dedicate this entire STAGE of the Retro VGM Revival hour to one of my favorite game companies growing up: SUNSOFT. So get ready to go into a time warp of amazing and legendary SUNSOFT game music.
Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System
*Blaster Master - Naoki Kodaka - "Area 1: Forest" - November 1988 - Sunsoft - NES

*Journey to Silius - Naoki Kodaka - "Stage 2: Underground Concourse" - October 1, 1987 - Tokai Engineering/Sunsoft - NES

*Batman - Naoki Kodaka - "Stage 2: Axis Chemical Factory” - February 13, 1990 - Sunsoft - NES

*Mr. Gimmick - Masashi Kageyama - “Happy Birthday (Stage 1)” - May 19, 1993 - Sunsoft - NES

*Super Spy Hunter - Naoki Kodaka - “Stages 1 & 4: Aquapolis / Collapsible Canyon” - February 1992 - Sunsoft - NES

*Freedom Force - Naoki Kodaka - "Stage 3: Airplane Interior” - April 1988 - Sunsoft/Sun Corporation of America - NES

*Hebereke(Ufouria: The Saga) - Naoki Kodaka - “Slippery Slope” - September 20, 1991(Japan/Europe) - Sunsoft - NES

*Fantasy Zone - Naohisa Morota - "Round 1: Opa-Opa!" - July 20, 1987 - Sunsoft - Famicom(NES) (japan… u.s version was by TENGEN)

*Spy Hunter - Naoki Kodaka - “Peter Gunn Theme" - September 1987 - Sunsoft - NES

*Albert Odyssey - Naoki Kodaka - "The Road Walked by Heroes" - March 5, 1993 - Sunsoft - Super Famicon(SNES)

*The Death and Return of Superman - Glenn Stafford & Michael Morhaim - “ The last Son of Krypton” - August 1994 - Blizzard Entertainment & Sunsoft/Sunsoft - SNES

*The Wing of Madoola(Madoola no Tsubasa) - Naoki Kodaka - “Tower City" - December 18, 1986 - SunSoft - Famicon(NES)

*Gremlins 2: The New Batch - Naoki Kodaka - “Stage 3: Clamp Centre” - October 1990 - SunSoft - NES

*Batman: Return of the Joker - Naoki Kodaka - “Stage 3: Ice Valley ~ Excavation Mine" - December 20, 1991 - SunSoft - NES

*Super Fantasy Zone - Naoki Kodaka - “ya da ne" - January 14, 1992(Japan) - SunSoft/SEGA - Genesis

*Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors - Masato Araikawa and Takayuki Sasaki - “Power of Fire (ROLF Stage)” - April 21, 1995 - Sunsoft - Neo-Geo CD

*Batman - Naoki Kodaka - “Flugelheim Museum (stage3)" - July 19, 1990 - Sunsoft - Sega Genesis

*Journey to Silius - Naoki Kodaka - “Stage 4: Inside the Terrorist's Spaceship” - October 1, 1987 - Tokai Engineering/Sunsoft - NES

*Superman - Kenji Yamasaki - “Round 1” - 1992 - Sunsoft - Genesis
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Feb 27 2015
1 hour 3 mins
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Rank #17: Retro VGM SELECTS: Art of Fighting – The Definitive Soundtrack (w/Robert Menes)

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As The Newest STAGE of the Retro VGM Revival Hour is being prepared, Guest Host Robert Menes Thought It would Be a Great way to treat you, the loyal listener, to something new and special.

Consider this a "mini Episode' as it were, where A particular soundtrack from a game series is analyzed further and given the proper spotlight it deserves.

While video game soundtrack releases in Japan are a common practice, in the West, it was only recently that such soundtrack releases became more commonplace. The Art of Fighting soundtrack is no exception, and on October 13, 2017, Brave Wave Productions delivered to SNK fans their definitive edition of this brilliant soundtrack, lovingly remastered by the game’s original sound team, the NEO Sound Orchestra.
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1.) ART OF FIGHT (Ryuhaku Todoh Stage)
2.) Chinese Old Man (Lee Pai Long Stage)
3.) Micha iya! (King Stage)
4.) Flying Baaang! (John Crawley Stage)

To Read The full Article, Visit Our Official site over at Official Site: https://nostalgiaroadtrip.com/2018/01/retro-vgm-selects-art-of-fighting-the-definitive-soundtrack/

Robert Menes: @LambdaCalculus
NOW AVAILABLE ON GOOGLE PLAY

Please support Brave Wave Productions and purchase the Art of Fighting Soundtrack from their Bandcamp store: http://store.bravewave.net/album/art-of-fighting-the-definitive-soundtrack
Jan 27 2018
18 mins
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Rank #18: STAGE 13: COMIC BOOKS

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HEROES ASSEMBLE!! The city is Being taken over by evil and It is time to put on your hero suit and save the world. It's a bird its a plane, its video game music from Super Hero Games in this special STAGE dedicated for those who fight for truth, justice and bring peace to the world Once more. Fighting evil never sounded so good as you fight the baddies with these amazing tracks playing as you save the day, so go out there, hero.... it's time to save the day!
Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System

*Silver Surfer - Tim & Geoff Follin - "World Theme 2”- November 1990 - Software Creations/Arcadia Systems - NES

*Batman: Return of the Joker - Naoki Kodaka - "Stages 1 & 6: Cathedral ~ Rooftop / Missile Silo”- December 20, 1991 - SunSoft - NES

*Spider-Man: Return of the Sinister Six - David Whittaker - "Title Screen / Prologue / Victory!” - October 1992 - Bits Studios/LJN - NES

*Captain America and the Avengers - Seiji Momoi & Takafumi Miura - “Theme of Hawkeye” - December 1991 - Data East - Game Boy

*Wolverine - Geoff Follin - “Levels 2, 4, 6, 8 & 9” - October 1991 - Software Creations/LJN -NES

*Zen the Intergalactic Ninja - Kôzô Nakamura, Junichiro Kaneda, Yuichi Sakakura, Ayako Nishigaki and Tomoya Tomita - “Toxic Factory” - March 1993 - KONAMI - SNES

*The Punisher - Gavan Anderson & Tania Smith - “Title Screen” - November 1990 - Beam Software/LJN - NES

*The Rocketeer - George Sanger & David Hayes (w/ arrangement by David Warhol) - “Stage Theme 1” - May 1991 - Ironwood Software/Bandai - NES

*Spider-Man (aka Spider-Man Versus The Kingpin) - Mark Steven Miller, John Karr & Dave Javelosa - “Power Station” - October 17, 1991 - Recreational Brainware/SEGA - Sega Genesis

*X-Men - Fletcher Beasley - “Main Theme” - 1993 - Western Technologies/SEGA - Sega Genesis

*The Incredible Hulk - Steve Collett & Matt Furniss - “Alien Colony” - August 1994 - Probe Entertainment Limited/U.S. Gold - Sega Genesis

*Spider-Man And Venom: Maximum Carnage - Chris Jojo & Allister Morten Brimble (from music by Green Jelly) - “Carnage Rules” - September 1994 - Software Creations/LJN - SNES

*Superman (aka Superman: The Man of Steel)- Kenji Yamazaki - "Round 5” - 1992 - SunSoft - Genesis

*The Tick - Paul Tonge & Tony Williams - “Tension Bed” - November 1994 - Software Creations/Fox Interactive - SNES

*Venom/Spider-Man: Separation Anxiety - Suddi Raval - "Main Theme/Staff Roll" - November 1995 - Software Creations/Acclaim - SNES

*Justice League Task Force - Glenn Stafford - “Wonder Woman Theme” - June 1995 - Blizzard Entertainment & SunSoft/Acclaim - SNES

*Dragon Ball Z: Buyuu Retsuden - Shinji Amagishi - “Staff Roll” - April 1994 (japan & Europe Only) - TOSE/BANDAI - Sega Genesis

*The Punisher - Yoko Shimomura & Isao Abe - "Castle Pantaberde (Stage 2)" - June 1, 1994 - CAPCOM - Sega Genesis

*X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse - Setsuo Yamamoto - “Cyclops' Theme” - November 1994 - CAPCOM - SNES

*X-Men: Children of the Atom - Takayuki Iwai, Syun Nishigaki & Hideki Okugawa - “Storm Theme” - November 22, 1995 - CAPCOM - Sega Saturn

*Marvel Super Heroes - Takayuki Iwai, Yuki Iwai & Tatsuro Suzuki - “Captain America Theme” - September 30, 1997 - CAPCOM - Sega Saturn

*The Amazing Spider-Man VS The Kingpin - Spencer Nilsen, David Young and the Band Mr. Big - “Swing Time” - 1993 - Red Fly Studio/Activision - Sega CD
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Dec 17 2014
1 hour 13 mins
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Rank #19: STAGE 11: HALLOWEEN

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Boys and girls of every age, wouldn't you like to hear something strange? Come with us and you'll shall see, this STAGE's based on HALLOWEEN!

Yes, my ghouls and ghosts... This particular STAGE is all about games that will get you in the mood, just in time for treat or treating!

So beware, Take care, because these tracks will rock your night!
Track List
Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company
*Sweet Home - Junko Tamiya - "The Eastern Garden" - December 15, 1989 (Japan Only) - CAPCOM - Famicom

*Monster Party - Masaki Hashimoto ( Hashimotoravolta ) - "Title Screen” - June 1989 - Human Entertainment/Bandai - NES

*Shadowgate - Hiroyuki Masuno - “Entryway" - December, 1989 - ICOM Simulations/ Kemco - NES
Uninvited - Hiroyuki Masuno - “Game Over" - June 1991 - ICOM Simulations/ Kemco - NES

*Chakan: The Forever Man - Mark Steven Miller & Jason Scher - "Air Dimension 1 - The Dragonfly King"- June 8, 1992 - Extended Play Productions - Sega Genesis

*Clock Tower - Kouji Niikura & Kaori Takazoe - " Don't Cry, Jennifer" - September 14, 1995 (Japan Only) - Human Entertainment - Super Famicon

*Devilish: The Next Possesion - Hitoshi Sakimoto - "Stage 1 (Graveyard)" - 1992 - Aisystem Tokyo/ Sage’s Cration - Sega Genesis

*DOOM - Robert Prince - "E1M1 At Doom's Gate" - September 1, 1995 - Sculptured Software/Williams Entertainment - SNES

*Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts - Mari Yamaguchi - “Stage 1" - November 28, 1991 - CAPCOM - SNES

*Ghoul School - Scott Marshall - "Hall Theme" - March 1992 - Imaineering/ Electro Brain - NES

*The Immortal - Rob Hubbard - “Barrel Ride" - August 9, 1993 - Sandcastle/ Electronic Arts - Sega Genesis

*Splatterhouse - Katsuro Tajima & Yoshinori Kawamoto - "Evil Cross & Nightmares (Stage 4)" - April 21, 1990 - Namco - TurboGrafx-16

*Fester's Quest - Naoki Kodaka - "Underground Sewers" - September 1989 - SunSoft - NES

*Bram Stoker's Dracula - Matt Furniss & Andy Brock - "Stage 2-3" - September 1993 - Traveller’s Tales/ Sony Imagesoft - Genesis

*Master of Darkness - Yoko Wada & Takashi Horiguchi - "Epitaph (Round 3)” - 1992 - SIMS/ SEGA - Sega Master System

*Nosferatu - Masanao Akahori - “Main Theme" - October 1995 - Sea Corporation - SNES

*Phantom Fighter - Hironari Tadokoro - “Town" - April 1990 - Marionette/ FCI - NES

*Werewolf: The Last Warrior - Shogo Sakai & Yusuke Takahama - "Werewolf Form (Stage Theme 2)" - November 22, 1990 - SAS Sakata/ Data East - NES

*Zombies Ate My Neighbors - Joe McDermott - "Mars Needs Cheerleaders" - September 24, 1993 - LucasArts/ KONAMI - Sega Genesis

*Zombie Nation (AKA Samurai Zombie Nation) - Takane Ohkubo & Norio Nakagata - "Exodus (Round 1-2/ New York Night)" - January 1991 - KAZe/ Meldac - NES

*Silent Hill - Akira Yamaoka - “Silent Hill” - January 31, 1999 - KONAMI - PlayStation
Oct 31 2014
1 hour 4 mins
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Rank #20: STAGE 12: TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES

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COWABUNGA!!!

Yes dudes and dudettes, major league butt kicking is back in town! Bossanova!
...Bossanova?
........ Chevynova?
...EXCELLENT!

Come surf the sewers of New York with these Radical Reptiles as you take on the FOOT clan to save its most popular reporter, April o' Neil and their evil leader THE SHREDDER!

This special STAGE is a love letter to those 4 amazing heroes in a half shell and I wouldn't have it any other way. So what better way to take on New York's underworld than having these amazing tunes blasting through your ears as you save the world from evil. So hopefully you've been trained in the art of Ninjitsu and ready to fight with power, TURTLE POWER!!!

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Game - Composer - Title - Year - Company - System

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Jun Funahashi - "Title Screen / Opening / Cutscene” & "Areas 1-2, 2-2, 3-1 & 6 Stage Theme” - May 12, 1989 - KONAMI - NES

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game - Kôzô Nakamura & Yasuhiko Manno - "Scene 2-1: Streets of New York”, "Scene 3-1: Winter Wonderland” & "Shredder Twins” - December 1990 - KONAMI - NES

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project - Yuichi Sakakura ,Tomoya Tomita & Kôzô Nakamura - "Scene 2: Move Out” &"Scene 8: Theme of Half Shel” - JP/December 13, 1991-NA/February 1992 - KONAMI - NES

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan - Michiru Yamane & Tomoko Nishikawa - “Stage 5: Technodrome” - August 1990 - KONAMI - Game Boy

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Back from the Sewers - Tsuyoshi Sekito & Yuko Kurahashi - “Stage 4 & 6: Underground” & “Stage 5: Rocket Platforms” - JP/November 15, 1991-NA/December 1, 1991 - KONAMI - Game Boy

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles VI: Turtles in Time - Mutsuhiko Izumi & Kôzô Nakamura - “Alleycat Blues”, “Bury Wy Shell At Wounded Knee”, “Star Base: Where No Turtle Has Gone Before” - JP/July 24, 1992-NA/August 1992 - KONAMI - SNES

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles : The Hyperstone Heist - Masahiro Ikariko, You Takamine, Kaori Kinouchi, Hideto Inoue & Kôzô Nakamura - “Outside Shredder’s Hideout”,"The-gauntlet” & “Pizza Power (End Credits)” - JP/December 22, 1992-NA/August 11, 1992 - KONAMI - SEGA GENESIS (Mega Drive)

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Radical Rescue - Akihiro Juichiya - “Mines” & “Warehouse” - November 25, 1993 - KONAMI - Game Boy

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters - Kazuhiko Uehara, Hideto Inoue & Harumi Ueko - “cafeteria” & “Metal Works” - December 1993 - KONAMI - SNES

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Hideyuki Suzuki
- “Raphael Act 4 Theme” & “Donatello Act3 Theme” - October 21, 2003 - KONAMI - GBA

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Yuichi Tsuchiya & Masanori Akita - "Construction Site” - October 21, 2003 - KONAMI - PS2/Xbox/GameCube

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus - Yuichi Tsuchiya & Masanori Akita - "Underground World” - October 19, 2004 - KONAMI - PS2/Xbox/Game Cube

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare - Yuichi Tsuchiya & Masanori Akita - "Upgrade Turtles” - November 1, 2005 - KONAMI - PS2/Xbox/Game Cube

*TMNT: Mutant Melee (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Melee - Chuck Myers & Tino Saiki - "Shredder's Palace (Inside)” - March 15, 2005 - KONAMI - PS2/Xbox/Game Cube

*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows - Partners In Kryme - “Turtle Power” - August 28, 2013 - Red Fly Studio/Activision - Xbox Live/PSN/Steam
Nov 21 2014
1 hour 16 mins
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