Rabbit season! Duck season! Video game music season. Rob and Pernell dig into some great tunes from games about Looney Tunes! Pernell does some calisthenics, and Rob can’t stop talking about the amazing music of Alberto Jose “get-up-and-jam” Gonzalez.
Seriously though, don’t sleep on this one, there are some amazing musical gems covered in this week’s episode.
Rhu-rhu-rhu-Rhythm and Pixels rescue rangers! This episode Rob and Pernell don’t just listen to Disney games, it’s Capcom only Disney games! That makes this episode an extra special, extra retro jam fest!
Listen in on the Rhythm and Pixels brothers as they shake their groove things and beat-box their way through some seriously great Capcom tunes.
Stage 6 Future World – Chip and Dale’s Rescue Rangers 2 – NES – Minae Fujii
Zone F, H, I – Chip and Dale’s Rescue Rangers – NES – Harumi Fujita
Let us tell you a tale, a tale of a fantastic video game music composer and his love of progressive rock. This week on the show Rob and Pernell focus on a single composer, Motoi Sakuraba! We play tracks spanning nearly 2 decades of his VGM history.
What else can we say other than: It’s go time!
The Stream of Time – Tales of Phantasia – Super Famicom
Battle 2 – Beyond the Beyond – Playstation
Mission 6: Amalthes Moon – Sol-Deace – Sega Megadrive
Pyroxene – Star Ocean 2 – Playstation
Stage 7: High Sky – El Viento – Sega Megadrive
An Illusion of The Brainstem – Valkyrie Profile – Playstation
Fighting of The Spirit (Tales of Phantasia) – S.S.H.
What Was Born Inside That Door – Tales of Graces F – Playstation 2
Mystic Forest – Tales of Phantasia – Super Famicom
Get into the groove, boy you got to prove, you’re up to-great video game music! This week’s episode is all about music for rhythm games, which sounds like “music for music games”. Which it is! It’s a different kind of episode where Rob and Pernell listen to great songs composed for games where the song is the game. It’s strange, but trust us on this.
They also get a little nostalgic for the glory days of Konami’s rhythm arcade game explosion. But come on, who doesn’t like singing and dancing in arcades? Because we like it. We like it A LOT.