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The Legacy Music Hour #119: Movies 2

Video games based on movies is the topic of Episode 119 (as it was for Episode 37), and this time, Brent and Rob are joined by guest Jonah Ray (Nerdist PodcastJonah RaydioJonah’s Arcade).  The “3 ninjas” kick back and talk about movies, Mike Tyson, and more.  This episode is rated R, for Real Good.  Full track listing below.

 

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

Rambo – unknown – Colonel’s Theme – Pack-In-Video/Acclaim – NES – 1988

Jurassic Park – Jonathan Dunn – Level 1 – Ocean – NES – 1993

Godzilla: Monster of Monsters – Masatomo Miyamoto – Story Intro & Mars – Toho/Compile – NES – 1989

Bill & Ted’s Excellent Video Game Adventure – unknown – Ending (Final Concert) – LJN/Rocket Science – NES – 1991

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie – Hiroyuki Iwatsuki, Haruo Ohashi – Ivan Ooze – Natsume/Bandai – SNES – 1995

RoboCop – Shogo Sakai, Takafumi Miura, Masaaki Iwasaki, Yuji Suzuki – Introduction – Data East – NES – 1989

The Rocketeer – Dave Hayes – BGM 2 – Bandai/Realtime Associates – NES – 1991

Batman Forever – Tim Follin, Geoff Follin – Hippodrome Circus – Acclaim/Probe – SNES – 1995

DinoCity – Hiroshi Kimura – Jumbled Jungle – Irem – SNES – 1992

Demolition Man – Orca Games – Submuseum/Staff Roll – Acclaim/Alexandria – Genesis – 1995

Lethal Weapon – Neil Baldwin – Ending & Staff – Ocean/Eurocom – NES – 1993

Lethal Weapon – Dean Evans – Mission 2 & 5 – Ocean – SNES – 1992

3 Ninjas Kick Back – Richard Joseph, Jason Page (arr.) – Title Screen & Ending – Psygnosis – Genesis – 1994

Waterworld – Dean Evans – Mission Theme 2 – Ocean – SNES (Europe) – 1995

Ghostbusters – Kazuhiko Nagai (Nav.) – Ending Theme – Sega – Genesis – 1990

Comments

  1. Legacy Music Hour says:

    @Alan, this is very good information!

  2. Patty Marvel says:

    Just chiming in to say I’m so glad someone posted a picture showing one of the Meltdown recording rooms. Have listened to so many podcasts recorded there (is there more than one room) it’s a delight to see what the space looks like. Are there any video tours of the studio we fans could watch?

  3. Alan says:

    The guy that played the main villain in that Dinocity movie was in an episode of Full House Brent… he was Tiny in the episode called “Gotta Dance.” Ironic because he was Mr. Big in Dinocity.

    Just bringing it REALLY full circle for you =)

  4. bsg says:

    There was a Krull game for the 2600… sorry to kill the humor

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