Episode 2-5 Pokemon

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A wild podcast appears! The Rhythm and Pixels team is blasting off at the speed of music, because this week we’re talking about all things Pokemon. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pokemon, we’re covering music from all of the handheld console “eras”. Helping us celebrate is special guest Mike Ward, musician and Pokemon addict.

So flip that hat backwards, get your Bulbasaurs and Charmanders ready, it’s time for great video game music!

Track list:

  1. Veridian City – Pokemon Red and Blue – Gameboy – Junichi Masuda
  2. National Park – Pokemon Gold and Silver – Gameboy Color – Junichi Masuda
  3. Lavendar Town – Pokemon Red and Blue – Gameboy – Junichi Masuda
  4. Trainer Battle – Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire – Gameboy Advance – Junichi Masuda
  5. Underwater Dive – Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire – Gameboy Advance – Morikazu Aoki
  6. Mt Pyre Outer Wall – Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire – Gameboy Advance – Go Ichinose
  7. Elite 4 – Pokemon X and Y – Nintendo 3DS – Shota Kageyama, Minako Adachi, Hitomi Sato, Junichi Masuda
  8. Undersea Ruins – Pokemon Black and White – Nintendo DS – Shota Kageyama, Go Ichinose, Hitomi Sato, Junichi Masuda, Minako Adachi
  9. Team Plasma Battle Theme – Pokemon Black and White – Nintendo DS – Shota Kageyama, Go Ichinose, Hitomi Sato, Junichi Masuda, Minako Adachi
  10. Trainer Battle, Gym Leader Battle – Rare Candy
  11. Pokemotion – Grimecraft
  12. Burning Battlefield – Pokemon Anime OST
  13. Route 24 – Pokemon Red and Blue – Gameboy – Junichi Masuda

Download episode 2-5 here!

 

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