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The Legacy Music Hour #178: Free Play 30
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Free Play 30
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The Legacy Music Hour #178: Free Play 30

The guys have an important question for you…

Soccer and other stuff -that’s the unofficial theme of Episode 178.  Rob decides to present only soccer/football related tracks while Brent keeps the options more varied.  Should LMH start naming the episodes based on what the boys talk about, rather than just naming it “Free Play,” since they’re all pretty much free plays these days?  Voice your opinion in the comments section. 

Full track listing below.

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

Pro Moves Soccer – Jesper Kyd – Introduction – ASCII – Genesis – 1993

Akagawa Jirou no Yuurei Ressha – Koichi Sugiyama, Yasuhiro Taguchi – Yuuko, the Schoolgirl – Mighty Craft/King Records – Famicom – 1991

Goal! – Akihito Hayashi (?) – Title Theme – TOSE/Jaleco – NES – 1989

Racing Hero – Hikoshi Hashimoto – BGM 1 – Sega – arcade – 1989

Sensible Soccer: European Champions – Richard Joseph, Matt Furniss (arr.) – In-Game Music – Sensible Software/Renegade – Mega Drive (Europe) – 1993

Mouryou Senki Madara 2 – Tappi Iwase – The Hunter’s Repose – Konami – Super Famicom – 1993

Streets of Rage – Yuzo Koshiro – Attack the Barbarian – Sega – Genesis – 1991

Aerobiz – unknown (Taku Iwasaki?) – Time Out – Koei – SNES – 1993

Dino Dini’s Soccer – Matt Furniss – Game BGM – Dini and Dini Productions/Virgin Interactive – Mega Drive (Europe) – 1994

The Blue Marlin – unknown – Ending – Hot-B – NES – 1992

J.League Super Soccer – Andy Brock – Staff Roll – Probe Entertainment/Hudson – Super Famicom – 1994

Pachi-Slot World Cup ’94 – unknown – gameplay – I’Max – Game Boy (Japan) – 1994

Earth Defense Force – Tsukasa Tawada, Yasuhiko “Zep” Takashiba (arr.) – First Encounter – Jaleco – SNES – 1992

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