Our musical theme this week may sound morbid, but we swear we’re coming from a good place! The theme is all things blood related! Characters who drink blood, fighting games that draw blood, and hospitals that need blood. That means everything from smooth, sexy jams, to heavy hitting 16-bit classics, to old-school hip-hop!
Why Donate Blood?
A blood donation truly is a “gift of life” that a healthy individual can give to others in their community who are sick or injured. In one hour’s time, a person can donate one unit of blood that can be separated into four individual components that could help save multiple lives.
To find out more about where to donate blood locally, use AABB’s locator.
Black Witch – Dragon Star Varmir – PlayStation 4 – Yoh Ohyama, Kaori Tsutsui, Tesisena
Option – Vampire Night – PlayStation 2 – Unknown
The Hall Stage – Mortal Kombat – Genesis – Dan Forden, adapted by Matt Furniss
Rumble – Wu-Tang Clan Shaolin Style – PlayStation – U-God, feat. Inspectah Deck, Leatha Face, Method Man, Produced by True Master
Urge to Freedom – Mary Skelter: Nightmares – PlayStation Vita, Steam – Yoh Ohyama, Teisena
Gentle Breeze – Trauma Center Under The Knife 2 – Nintendo DS – Manabu Namiki
Underground – Bloody Roar – PlayStation – Takayuki Negishi
Blood Moon Masacre/Embrace Death (Samurai Showdown 2019) – Ghostwriter
Drive of Speeding – Mary Skelter Nightmares – PlayStation Vita, Steam – Yoshihiro Kawagoe, Teisena
Grab your glow-sticks and jump in the rave, we’re going on a Sega remix adventure! This special Bonus Beats episode features only classic remixes and arrangements officially released by Sega through compilation albums or as bonus songs on original sound tracks. Club beats and remixes starting from 1989, that’s 30 years of Sega music to groove on!
China Town Arranged (Super Shinobi, PC-8801) – Arranged by Yuzo Koshiro, from The Super Shinobi & Works (1989)
Quartet (Quartet, Arcade) – Arranged by D-RAM (Sesisuke Itoh, Yoji Biomehanika, AZUMA), from Sega Arcade Selection D-RAM Remix (1995)
NiGHTS Expressive Records Drum & Bass Mix (NiGHTS into Dreams, Saturn) – Arranged by Xpressive Records, from Club Saturn (1996)
The House Of The Dead “DJ Shinkawa’s O-D-E-M-S” (House Of The Dead, Arcade) – Arranged by DJ Shinkawa, from Club Sega (1997)
Secret Track: Conditioned Reflex STCC Mix (Sega Touring Car Championship, Saturn) – Takenobu Mitsuyoshi remixed by SEGA (S.S.T.), from Sega Touring Car Championship Original Soundtrack (1997)
MNF? (Sega Rally 2, Arcade) – Arranged by Tatsuhiko Fuyuno (Prime Direction), from Sega 1 Rally 2 Re-Arrange Album: another entries (1999)
Puyo Puyo (Puyo Puyo Tsuu, Arcade) – Composed and arranged by Katsumi Tanaka, performed by Katsumi Tanaka featuring MOO-shachou , from Puyo Puyo Tsuu DX. Complete Best Album 2 (1998)
Do De Do Da Arranged (Ristar, Genesis) – Arranged by Naofumi Hataya, Kenichi Tokoi, from Mega Drive Last Action Heroes (2010)
Bonus Track: Pilocene TNC SyncMix 3 (Tetris New Century, PlayStation 2) – Composed and arranged by Manabu Namiki (Basiscape), from New Century Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 28 Original Soundtrack (2006)
Atolm Dragon (Panzer Dragoon Saga, Saturn) – Music and arrangement by Saori Kobayashi, vocals by Eri Ito, from Panzer Dragoon Saga 20th Anniversary Arrangement (2018)
Escape From The City Cash Cash RMX (Sonic Adventure, Dreamcast) – Remixed by Cash Cash, from Sonic The Hedgehog Cafe Selections (2017)
When we got our first cell phones, the first thing we did was try and get video game music on there! So when your friend calls you up, you hear some nice melodies from Koji Kondo. This episode all about the music we’ve chosen to be our ringtones over the years. We also hold many victory celebrations for unfortunate life events, and Rob talks way to much about DDR at the beginning.
Do you have a favorite video game song or jingle you’ve used for your phone’s ringtone? Let us know!
Congratulation Everybody – Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney – Nintendo DS – Masakazu Sugimori and arranged for the DS remake by Akemi Kimura
Disney and video games go together like peanut butter and chocolate. And you’ve got to love the old-school Capcom disney games, but what about games outside of Capcom? What about games that aren’t about specific characters or shows, but just “Princesses” who knows! Rob and Pernell are joined by Mike and Justin from XVGM Radio to take a deep dive into the world of Disney, music, and absolute silliness!
XVGM Radio is a fine VGM podcast hosted by Justin and Mike (PixelTunes Radio). XVGM is presented in the style of a broadcast radio show, bringing you the best in video game music and composer interviews!
Level 1 Part 4 – Beauty and the Beast – NES – Jeroen Tel
Intro Sequence – Tron 2.0 – Mac OSX/Windows/XBox – Nathan Grigg
Pause Menu – Disney’s Kim Possible: Kimmunicator – Nintendo DS – Manfred Linzer, Martin Schioeler
This week on the podcast we listen to music from games based on cartoons! Mainly 90s cartoons, about saving the environment, and selling toys. Lots of toys! Rob quizzes Pernell on his video game knowledge, and Pernell goes off on the insane episodes of the Super Mario Bros. super show cartoon!