What a horrible night to have a curse-of great video game music! The newly adpoted Belmont-brothers are here to listen to some classic Castlevania tracks! There are so many songs to choose from, they’re harder to avoid than those Medusa heads.
So grab your holy water and your headphones, it’s time to whip it!
We have got a great show for you this week, it’s a full episode of special introductions to your favorite games! Rob and Pernell introduce each other, and then describe the final season of Family Matters that was never aired. There’s also a special musical treat for you at the very end of the show. Sometimes we end up recording very late, and things start getting a little too much like Little Nemo’s dream world than we’d like.
Simple and clean is the way you’ll feel after listening to our newest episode, and that’s a Rhythm and Pixels promise! We don’t even attempt to figure out how the story works in these games. All we care about is Lilo, Stitch, and CHICKEN LITTLE. And of course great music by one of the best there is: Yoko Shimomura.
But that’s not all! We have a special interview with Lani, PR director and part owner of the video game convention: Too Many Games! TMG will be happening June 24th through the 26th in the greater Philadelphia area. Check it out! http://toomanygames.com
Hand in Hand – Kingdom Hearts – Playstation 2 – Yoko Shimomura
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