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The Legacy Music Hour #160: Adapted Music
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Adapted Music
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The Legacy Music Hour #160: Adapted Music

The boizz are back in action and breakin’ the law for Episode 160 of The Legacy Music Hour. The topic is Adapted Music. What once was an illegal move for LMH becomes a solid episode featuring 8-bit and 16-bit arrangements of film, television, and classical music. We also get to the bottom of F. Switch’s profound yet mysterious reasoning for his track picks from Episode 159. Full track listing below.

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

Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers – Mark Mueller, Harumi Fujita (arr.) – Title Screen – Capcom – NES – 1990

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game – Chuck Lorre, Dennis Challen Brown, Mutsuhiko Izumi (arr.), Miki Higashino(arr.), Y. Manno (arr.), Kozo Nakamura (arr.) – Fire!! (Scene 1) – Ultra Games – NES – 1991

California Games – Richard Berry, David Wise (arr.) – Title Screen (Louie Louie) – Milton Bradley/Rare – NES – 1989

Super Back to the Future II – Alan Silvestri, Hitoshi Sakimoto (arr.) – Round 2-1 – Toshiba EMI – Super Famicom – 1993

The Terminator – Brad Fiedel, Matt Furniss (arr.) – Introduction – Virgin Interactive/Probe Entertainment – Genesis – 1991

Hayazashi Nidan: Morita Shogi – Michio Miyagi, unknown (arr.) – The Sea in Spring – Seta/Random House – Super Famicom – 1993

Earthworm Jim 2 – Ludwig van Beethoven, Tommy Tallarico (arr.) – See Jim Run, Run Jim Run (Moonlight Sonata – 3rd Movement) – Shiny Entertainment – Genesis – 1996

Snoopy Concert – Vince Guaraldi, David Benoit (arr.), Minako Hamano (arr.) – High in the Treetops (Linus and Lucy) – Mitsui Fudosan/Pax Softonica/Nintendo – Super Famicom – 1995

The Flintstones – Hoyt Curtin, unknown (arr.) – Theme – Grandslam/Sega – Sega Master System (Europe) – 1993

The Flintstones: The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak! – Hoyt Curtin, Hideki Takahagi (?) (S. Takahagi) (arr.), M. Ogata (arr.) – Title Screen – Taito/Sol – NES – 1994

Earthworm Jim – Modest Mussorgsky, Tommy Tallarico – What the Heck? (w/ Night on Bald Mountain) – Shiny Entertainment – Genesis – 1994

Jissen Pachi-Slot Hisshouhou! 2 – Claude Debussy, Okamura “Shitsla” (arr.), Seeking Employment (arr.), Tsutomu Ookuma (arr.) – Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum – Sammy Studios – Super Famicom – 1994

WWF Superstars – Jim Johnston, David Wise (arr.) – The Ultimate Warrior (Unstable) – Rare/LJN – Game Boy – 1991

Kid Dracula – Claude Debussy, Akiko Ito (arr.) – Stage 2 (Golliwog’s Cakewalk) – Konami – Game Boy – 1993

The Goonies II – Cyndi Lauper, Stephen Broughton Lunt, Arthur Stead, Satoe Terashima (arr.) – Good Enough/Main Theme (The Goonies ‘R’ Good Enough) – Basement – Konami – NES – 1987

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