Don’t adjust your podcast! This week on the show we’re joined by VGM experts and podcast veterans Brent and Rob from The Legacy Music Hour! Pernell has double-vision when he sees two Robs! This East-coast-West-coast joint is bound to bring out the competitive nature in your hosts. But instead we find connections, Rob connections, Bob connections, and WILD connections!
Sit down on our couch, close your eyes, and tell us about your dreams. We listen to music from games based on dreams, games about dreams, and music designed to put you in a dream-like state. Also, Pernell is coming after Best Buy, lots of broccoli talk, and music that ranges from chill to insane.
Fields – Anodyne – Steam – Sean Han Tani
Oriental Grill – LSD: Dream Emulator – PlayStation – Osamu Sato
E-LE-KI Sparkle – NiGHTS into Dreams – Sega Saturn – Naofumi Hataya, Tomoko Sasaki, Fumie Kumatani
Who’s the boss!? No, we’re not talking Tony Danza. We’re talking the great boss fights and boss fight music of video games! It starts out all fun and games until the R&P brothers slowly get emotional talking about the all the bosses they’ve encountered. So make sure you’ve saved your game, stocked full of health potions, and get in on the fun! It’s music time.
We want to thank everyone for listening to the show. You’re the best and we love you. That is all 🙂
Aporia – Gimmick! – Famicom – Masashi Kageyama
Sky High – Dynamite Headdy – Genesis – Katsuhiko Suzuki, Koji Yamada, Norio Hanzawa, Aki Hata
The Sentients – Hyper Light Drifter – PC – Disasterpeace
Deadline – Revelations: Persona – Playstation – Hidehito Aoki, Misaki Okibe, Kenichi Tsuchiya, Shoji Meguro
Seymour Battle – Final Fantasy X – Playstation 2 – Nobuo Uematsu
Emptyness and – The World Ends With You – DS – Takeharu Ishimoto, lyrics by Satoko Amikura
Eternity – Blue Dragon – Xbox 360 – Hironobu Sakaguchi
Boss Battle 8 Bit Remix The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask – Bulby
The Serpent That Devours The Horizon – Bravely Default – Nintendo 3DS – Revo, Sound Horizon
Gwyn, Lord of Cinder – Dark Souls – Playstation 3 – Motoi Sakuraba