Pizza time! This week we exclusively play music suggested exclusively from members of our Patreon! Exclusive! Rob and Pernell haven’t recorded in a little while since they’ve been travelling so much, so there’s lots of silly banter and a (too much) singing!
This episode was recorded live in a front of a live Patreon audience. If you would like access to our monthly live recordings, go check out our page!
No Trophy for You! – Super Mario Kart – Wii – Asuka Ohta, Ryo Nagamatsu
Stage 1 – Shadow of the Ninja – NES – Iku Mizutani
Let me tell you, that walk to the village isn’t as safe as you think. Let me tell you, that walk to the village isn’t as short as you think. The road is dangerous with RANDOM BATTLES! This week it’s all about that random battle music!
We’re joined by Rex and John from the band Random Battles! We talk about addictive MMORPG games, Gwent, and teaching your children only the music instruments necessary for your band. We get comfortable very fast so there’s also lots of signing and joking around with the music! HEY HO!
Random Battles is a video game prog metal band from Baltimore. Download their latest album REBORT today!
In the words of Kool & The Gang: Celebrate Podcasts! Okay I know that’s not what they said, but it’s what they meant. This episode marks 100 episodes of Rhtyhm and Pixels! That’s 100 MP3 files of great music, remixes, and friendship.
We celebrate by revisiting our favorite topics from each “podcast world”, and choosing new tracks! Why did we do this funky episode numbering in the first place? Don’t worry about it!
Thank you to all of our listeners. You’re more like friends then just people on the other end of the headphone jack. We love all of you ❤
Formidable Foe – Shin Megami Tensei Devil Summoner Raidou Kuzunoha vs The Soulless Army – Playstation 2 – Shoji Meguro
Special To Me – World Grand Prix – Arcade – Yasuhisa Watanabe, Masahiko Takagi
Ruler of Valiant – Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky – Playstation 4 – Motoi Sakuraba
Waste Days (Round 4 Crystal Lize) – Metal Black – Arcade – Yasuhisa Watanabe