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 Post subject: Episode 96
PostPosted: 2018-03-01, 20:43:56 

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Tetris DS – PA96
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After a short break, we’re back! Starting off 2018 with a new episode featuring the music of Tetris DS on the Nintendo DS. In 2006, Nintendo did classic puzzle enthusiasts a solid by not only chalking the game full their 8bit all-stars, but also producing a phenomenal Tetris title with loads of new content. Join in as we take a listen to some new arrangements of some well-loved tunes.

Tetris DS, 2006 Nintendo DS
composed by Minako Hamano, Akira Fujiwara

Track List:

0:00:00 Mario, Link, and Yoshi (Title Screen)
0:09:20 Mario Tetris
0:14:03 Basement Tetris
0:21:59 Total Yoshi
0:27:07 Metroid Charge (Catch)
0:35:11 Ancient Tetris
0:39:33 10000 Tetris Points
0:44:55 Tetris Climber
0:47:55 Destruction Trip (Touch)
0:58:16 Zelda Tetris (Mission)
1:02:31 DK Push!
1:08:30 Mario Tetris 3
1:19:07 CongraTetris

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 Post subject: Episode 97
PostPosted: 2018-04-11, 2:58:29 

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Big Bang Pro Wrestling – PA97
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SNK produced some of the best titles to grace the arcades but also covered the spectrum in genre and variety. Only twice in the company’s history did they attempt to produce a wrestling game and Big Bang Pro Wrestling released in 2000 for the Neo Geo Pocket Color was out of this world. Taking lots of inspiration from the Fire Pro Wrestling series, the handheld quasi-adaptation delivers everything you’d expect and more. Big roster of characters, multiple modes, customizations, and of course, a rocking soundtrack composed by Takafumi Wada. Take a listen with us and we explore the soundtrack!

Big Bang Pro Wrestling (2000) Neo Geo Pocket Color
Produced by SNK, Developed by S-NEO
Composed by Takafumi Wada
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Track List:

0:00:07 Opening
0:09:50 Beginning (Wrestler Bio)
0:11:53 Fight! (Normal Match BGM)
0:18:35 Knives (Brian’s Theme)
0:24:49 Red 200X (Mike’s Theme)
0:26:38 Night Saw (Deitz’s Theme)
0:33:41 Samurai (Title Defense Match BGM)
0:40:23 Fujiyama (Sho’s Theme)
0:43:51 I Scream (David’s Theme)
0:51:24 Funky Dog (Alex’s Theme)
0:53:06 Tokyo Man (Eagle’s Theme)
0:59:58 Streaming (Josef’s Theme)
1:02:02 Cocoa Milk (Kei’s Theme)
1:08:10 Geisha!! (Final Match BGM)
1:16:03 You’re Mine (Ending)

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 Post subject: Episode 98
PostPosted: 2018-05-05, 0:57:53 

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Neural Gear with Keishi Yonao – PA98
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Neural Gear, developed by Fill in Cafe and published by Cross Media Soft, is a 3rd person rail shooter (riding in the light of Space Harrier) released strictly for the Sharp X68000 on November of 1990. While the game doesn’t win any awards in the visual department it makes up for it in audio. Composed by Keishi Yonao, Neural Gear features both a soundtrack designed for the OPM/OKI (FM/PCM) sound source and the MT-32 (MIDI) sound source.

Keishi Yonao, best known for Asuka 120% Burning Fest series, Mad Stalker, and Dies Ire, he’s highly regarded in the Japanese chip tune community for his creativity and detail.

His first composition started on the MSX with a game titled Hydefos and from there he joined up with Fill in Cafe to work on many of their titles. Altogether he’s done over 30 soundtracks and in addition to game audio, he also composed a CD album series called Cyberphonic as well as other compilations like a track titled MASS PURPLE for 8bit Music Power

Listen in as we discover the music and also chat briefly with Yonao-san about his career and compositions.

Neural Gear – Sharp X68000, Fill in Cafe
Composed by Keishi Yonao

Track List:

0:00:00 What You Change
0:09:37 Town Scape
0:12:44 Depletion
0:18:09 Systematic Eyes
0:29:06 Vast
0:34:30 Vast (MT-32)
0:37:06 Invite
0:48:07 Super Sonic
0:51:38 Don’t Tarry
0:56:28 Fluxion
1:00:16 Town Scape (SC-88 Pro)
1:07:23 Wake Up Everybody
1:09:28 Come To A Climax
1:18:48 Merry Dancers
1:33:52 Time Spirit
1:40:28 Time Spirit (MT-32)

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 Post subject: Episode 99
PostPosted: 2018-07-29, 6:52:24 

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The Adventures of Little Ralph – PA99
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The Adventures of Little Ralph, developed by NEW Corporation is a 2D platformer released only in Japan for the Sony Playstation on June of 1999. Like Ralph, there’s a big game in this unassuming package. With its tight controls, engaging scoring mechanics, and a polished 1v1 fighting mini-game engine, this is one you’re bound to keep coming back to. Composed by Hiroshi Kuronuma, Naoki Tsuchiya and Hideki Satou, The Adventures of Little Ralph features two complete versions of the soundtrack accessible right from the menu: the standard instrumental version and a “PSG” arrange version, both using the Playstation sound source.


Naoki Tsuchiya has the most game credits of the trio and composed for Victorious Boxers: Ippo’s Road to Glory for the PS2 and Hajime no Ippo Portable: Victorious Spirits for PSP. He also did some sound design and is the voice of Little Ralph.

**UPDATE** A post-episode Q&A with Naoki Tsuchiya is now available here! [Q&A with Naoki Tsuchiya]

Hideki “Quintana” Satou is best known as a percussionist on the arrange albums for Clockwork Knight 1 and 2, as well as his work with Jun Takagi’s Orquesta Del Sol ensemble throughout the 90s.

Hiroshi Kuronuma worked briefly for NEW Corporation and also composed the music for Boxer’s Road for the PS1.

Listen in as we explore a selection of tracks from both versions of the massive soundtrack to Little Ralph’s homage to the 8 and 16-bit eras.

The Adventures of Little Ralph
ちっぽけラルフの大冒険
1999, New Corporation

Composed by Hiroshi Kuronuma, Naoki Tsuchiya, Hideki Satou (黒沼弘, 土屋直樹, 佐藤英樹)

Episode Track List:

0:00:10 Stage 1-1 – Departure
0:12:34 Casua Watersupply
0:16:53 Holy Battle
0:29:26 High and Alone
0:37:43 Stage 3-1 – Into the Darkness (PSG version)
0:40:45 Stage 4-2 – Ruins of Donan
0:57:03 VS Mode Select – Let’s Begin the Battle (PSG version)
1:04:36 Stage 5-2 – In the Citadel of Ice
1:09:22 Stage 5 Boss Easy – Valgo
1:13:25 Stage 5 Boss Normal – Valgo the Artistic Murderer
1:22:15 Stage 6 – Great Battleship ~Queen Desta~
1:29:53 Stage 7 Boss – Ferica the Sad Goddess (PSG Version)
1:40:11 Stage 8 Boss Change – Destarroza
1:43:59 ETC2: Mt. Etona
1:53:22 Easy Ending – End of Nightmare
2:05:24 Normal Ending 2 – Little Hero’s Story (PSG Version)

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 Post subject: Episode 100
PostPosted: 2018-07-29, 6:56:02 

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Crash Bandicoot with Josh Mancell – PA100
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The original Crash Bandicoot games were developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. Crash answers the question of “What would Donkey Kong Country be like in 3D?”

The first Crash title debuted in September of 1996 on the Sony PlayStation and became an almost instant success, spawning numerous sequels and additions over the years. Although it was never official, Crash was the PlayStation’s first mascot, and helped build Sony’s console brand to become a household name the world over.

Join us as we chat about the original trilogy; Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot: Warped with none other than series composer Josh Mancell in our milestone 100th episode!

Crash Bandicoot (1996)
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (1997)
Crash Bandicoot: Warped (1998)

Developed by Naughty Dog
Published by Sony Computer Entertainment

Composed by Josh Mancell
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Episode Track List:

00:00:00 Crash Bandicoot – Main Theme
00:25:37 Hog Wild
00:45:23 Heavy Machinery
00:51:50 Ambient Papu Papu (demo)
00:57:10 Neo Cortex (Japanese version)
01:10:11 Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back – Main Theme
01:20:47 Komodo Bros
01:35:24 Out Spaced (demo)
01:41:56 Snow Go (demo)
01:49:32 Coco’s Theme
02:04:48 Crash Bandicoot: Warped – Main Theme
02:07:38 Neo Cortex
02:14:24 N. Tropy
02:20:36 Future Frenzy
02:32:08 Dingodile

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 Post subject: Episode 101
PostPosted: 2018-09-19, 8:44:56 

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Staff Roll: Manabu Saito – PA101
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We begin a new chapter of Pixelated Audio with our first solo show, and our first tribute episode, this time honoring Manabu Saito. Saito was a prolific composer for System Sacom from 1987 to 1991, composing and arranging the music for over 15 games.

You may have heard his music in Yuurei-kun on Episode 91, but this time we take a deeper dive over his entire career. Listen to Saito’s growth as a composer over four years and 25 songs in a wide range of styles.

Track List:

Episode Track List:

00:00:06 Opening – Euphory (Sharp X1 – OPM)
00:04:36 Vertes – Euphory (Sharp X1 – PSG)
00:07:13 Track 2 – Fire Rock (Famicom Disk System)
00:09:58 The Dome – Dome (X68000 – OPM)
00:14:52 RPG Theme – Soft and Hard Stories (X68000 – OPM)
00:17:27 Bar – Chatty (PC88 – OPNA)
00:22:43 Stage 1 – Evolution (FM Towns)
00:29:12 Cave of Plateau – Providence (PC88 – OPNA)
00:32:18 Hell Hole – Yuurei-kun (MSX2 – PSG)
00:35:15 Grassland – Valna (PC88 – OPNA)
00:39:48 Driving Before Dawn – Soft and Hard Stories 2 (X68000 – OPM)
380,000km of Emptiness / 38 Man Kilo no Kokuu
00:43:55 A Pack of Cigarettes (X68000 – MT-32)
00:47:02 Snappy Time (X68000 – OPM)
Manabu Saito and Sumeya Kunihiro
The Darkness of Kin / Yami no Ketsuzoku
00:50:44 Masayuki Izawa (X68000 – OPM)
00:53:22 Ending (X68000 – OPM)
The Darkness of Kin: The Final Chapter / Yami no Ketsuzoku: Kanketsu-hen
00:57:12 Kumaha’s Attack (X68000 – OPM)
00:59:27 Lean Burned (X68000 – OPM)
The Darkness of Kin: Special / Yami no Ketsuzoku Special
01:02:53 Opening (FM Towns)
All Darkness of Kin music composed by Manabu Saito and Haruo Hosoya
Gemini Wing
01:05:33 Stage 6 (Arcade – OPL2)
Composed by Mikio Saito
01:06:20 Stage 6 (X68000 – CM-64)
Arranged by Manabu Saito
01:09:14 Darkness – Jerry Boy (Super Famicom)
Akira Yamaoka, Hirohiko Fukuda and Manabu Saito
01:12:49 Big Boss Attacks – Yuurei-kun (MSX2 – PSG)
01:13:42 Big Boss Attacks (Unused) – Valna (PC88 – OPNA)
01:14:58 Vertes Waterway – Euphory (Sharp X1 – OPM)
01:16:17 Vertes Waterway (Unused) – Soft and Hard Stories (X68000 – OPM)
01:22:53 Ending (Unused 3) – The Darkness of Kin: The Final Chapter (X68000 – OPM)
Manabu Saito and Haruo Hosoya

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 Post subject: Episode 104
PostPosted: 2018-12-12, 8:04:46 

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Micro Maniacs – PA104
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Whoops, forgot to update a few episodes here.

Micro Maniacs is an isometric racing game (based on the Micro Machines franchise) for the Game Boy Color, released only in the UK and Australia in 2001. This offshoot originally began on the PlayStation, by Codemasters, but given the popularity of Nintendo’s handhelds, it ended up making a transition to the portable market shortly after.

For the Game Boy Color adaptation, Codemasters had less of their hand in its development. This time it was published by THQ and development was subcontracted out to a small group called Hyperion Studios. THQ also found a composer to do the music, a mysterious contractor known as MESSY STUDIOS.

Even though it’s a somewhat simple racing title, the C64 demoscene style soundtrack keeps the energy level peaked for the game. Take a listen as we explore the Micro Maniacs soundtrack on the Game Boy Color.

Track List:

00:00:00 Character Select
00:06:06 Title Screen
00:18:01 Gameplay #1
00:26:34 Gameplay #2
00:33:28 Gameplay #3
00:39:48 Gameplay #4 / Ending
00:46:01 Map Screen

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