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The Legacy Music Hour #140: Free Play 14

For the first time in LMH history, Rob is absent!  Can Brent handle the show on his own?  Listen and find out.  In this Free Play, Brent is joined by guest Jordan Morris from the podcast Jordan, Jesse, Go! and Geek & Sundry’s animated web series FetchQuest.  They talk about ’80s cop movies, among other things, and listen to some really good 8-bit and 16-bit era video game music.  Full track listing below.


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

Power Pro GB – unknown – Title Screen – Konami – Game Boy (Japan) – 1998

Asterix – Alberto José González – Act 5: Rome – Infogrames/Bit Managers – NES (Europe) – 1993

Stinger – Kyohei Sada (Charley Sada) – Maxed Out – Konami – NES – 1987

Spanky’s Quest – Kyouhei Sada – Boss – Natsume – SNES – 1992

Classic Road II: Real Kouma Simulation – Hayato Matsuo – Autumn – Opera House/Victor – Super Famicom – 1995

Ys V: Ushinawareta Sunano Miyako Kefin – Mieko Ishikawa, Naoki Kaneda, Satoshi Arai, Atsushi Shirakawa, Masaru Nakajima – In the Cradle – Falcom – Super Famicom – 1995

Kishin Douji Zenki: Tenchi Meidou – Gouji Tsuno – Ending – Hudson Soft – Super Famicom – 1996

Streets of Rage 3 – Motohiro Kawashima – Moon – Sega – Genesis – 1994

Zoda’s Revenge: Star Tropics II – Takashi Kumegawa, Yoshio Hirai – Egypt Overworld (Chapter 3) – Nintendo – NES – 1994

SD Ultra Battle: Ultraman Densetsu – Kyohei Sada, Minako Adachi, Akira Shouji, Kiyoshi Suzuki – Theme of Redking – Tom Create/Bandai – Super Famicom/Sufami Turbo – 1996

Hiouden: Mamonotachi to no Chikai – Motoi Sakuraba, Shinji Tamura, Ryota Furuya, Hiroya Hatsushiba – Miracle Shot – Wolf Team – Super Famicom – 1994

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition – Hiroyuki Iwatsuki, Haruo Ohashi – Grand Canyon – Natsume/Bandai – SNES – 1995

Golden Axe – Tohru Nakabayashi – Theme of Thief – Sega – Genesis – 1989

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  1. Ross says:

    Kishin Douji Zenki: Tenchi Meidou – Gouji Tsuno – Ending – I get the buddy-cop vibe, but I got more of a Tron Legacy/Daft Punk thing happening more in the beginning of the track.. But that’s just, like, my opinion.

  2. bandit says:

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