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Episode 19-3 Speed Running LIVE at The Philly Podcast Festival!

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This week’s show is all about playing fast, being fast, and finishing games fast! It was also recorded live at the Indy Hall in Philadelphia as part of the Philly Podcast festival! Sooooo, there may be a few visual jokes that won’t translate well, but it’s all part of the live experience! We hope you enjoy the show, because it was a blast to do!

Track list:

  1. World 5 Normal and Fast – 1001 Spikes – RushJet1
  2. Swimming While It Rains – Dustforce – Xbox360 – Lifeformed
  3. Savannah Citadel, Day – Sonic Unleashed – PlayStation 2 – Tomoya Ohatani, Fumie Kumatani, Kenichi Tokoi, Hideaki Kobayashi, Takahito Eguchi
  4. Optimistic Way – Half-Minute Hero – Tetsuya Shibata credited as Toru Nakagawa
  5. Area 7 Croog’s Doom Dozer – Drill Dozer – GameBoy Advance – Go Ichinose, Satoshi Nohara
  6. Plains Level – Kirby’s Adventure – NES – Hirokazu Ando
  7. Escape! – La Mulana – PC – Takumi Naramura, Houryu Samejima
  8. Hurry Faster! – Final Fantasy VII – PlayStation – Nobuo Uematsu
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Episode 17-6 Villains with Cameron from The Mad Gear!

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Villains are just plain terrible. Sometimes they’re trying to end the world, sometimes they’re turning woodland creatures into evil robots. But mostly all they want is to bring back swing music in the 90s, big brass bands and all. We have Cameron from The Mad Gear and joining us to sing along with these villainous hits, and think back fondly of all the bad guys who tried to destroy us.

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Rising from the streets, crawling out of the slums, a force known as The Mad Gear is gaining critical mass in Turbo Citysince 2014. They are draped in leather and denim, and armed with the toughest tunes from video games past, and original compositions of their own.

They are bad enough dudes to rescue the president, but probably won’t due to issues with authority.

Track list:

  1. Magus Battle – Chrono Trigger – SNES – Yasunori Mitsuda
  2. Yukari’s Theme (Necrofantasia) – Touhou 7: Perfect Cherry Blossom – PC – Junya Ota (ZUN)
  3. Zophar’s Theme (Battle) – Lunar 2: Eternal Blue – Sega CD – Noriyuki Iwadare
  4. And My Name is Booster – Super Mario RPG – SNES – Yoko Shimomura
  5. Bison’s Theme – Street Fighter V – PlayStation 4 -Hideyuki Fukasawa arranged by Ryudai Abe (ACRYLICSTAB)
  6. Luca Blight Battle (The Chase) – Suikoden II – PlayStation – Miki Higashino, Keiko Fukami
  7. Gangplank Galleon/King K. Rool’s Theme – The Mad Gear
  8. J-E-N-O-V-A (FFVII) – The Consouls
  9. Kefka (FFVI) – Michael “FalKKone” Sokolowski
  10. Room of Close Associates- Super Castlevania IV- Super Nintendo – Masanori Adachi, Taro Kudo (Konami Kukeiha Club)

 

Episode 15-5 Get Nostalgic with Knight of The Round

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This week we listen to games that we all have special memories of. These games may not be our favorites now, but they will always have a special place in our hearts. We talk about when we started appreciating game music, bullet-hell therapy, and why is it that musicians of the HEAVIEST of metal groups are also the chillest! Speaking of which, joining us this week is Final Fantasy metal group Knight of the Round!

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Joining us this week is Justin and Adam from the Final Fantasy metal group Knight of The Round! Spanning over a wide variety of the metal genre from classic thrash to modern progressive metal, the four piece delivers many iconic themes from Final Fantasy in the heaviest way possible.

Go listen to their latest album War of the Triad, just released!


Track list

  1. The Shinra Company – Final Fantasy VII – PlayStation – Nobuo Uematsu
  2. Title Screen – Mega Man 3 – NES – Harumi Fujita, Yasuaki Fujita (Bun Bun)
  3. Taiyo High School (Athletic Field) – Rival Schools United by Fate – PlayStation – Setsuo Yamamoto
  4. Icarus – Wipeout 3 – PlayStation – Sasha
  5. Menu Theme – Baseball Stars – NES – Masaharu Iwata
  6. Chase – EINHANDER – PlayStation – Kenichiro Fukui
  7. Across the Fluttering Dunes – Yoshi’s Woolly World – Nintendo Wii U – Kazumi Totaka
  8. Robot Is My Name – Robotron x – PlayStation – Aubrey Hodges, Danny Lewis (Technoman)
  9. Dancing Mad – Knight of the Round
  10. The Dragon Spreads Its Wings – Final Fantasy V – SNES – Nobuo Uematsu