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.
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.
You’re training hard, but there isn’t enough time to show everyone? That’s when you need a montage! We’re talking tough-hard-hitting music for pumping iron. But we’re also talking about fun, harmonica-filled jams for the end of a 90s sitcom. Like Family Matters. What if that actually was Carl Winslow helping out Bruce Willis in Die Hard? We ask the tough questions.
Joining us on the show is Cameron from the video game cover band The Mad Gear! Cameron brings his wealth of game and music knowledge to the table and pushes it to the limit!
Check out their awesome music video, The World Warrior! It rules!
Final Boss Music – Double Dragon II: The Revenge – NES – Kazunaka Yamane
Road to Toronto – Brain Lord – Super Nintendo – Masanao Akahori
Gust of Wind – Ys: Memories of Celceta – Playstation Vita – Falcom Sound Team jdk
Stage 1 Asteroid Field – Gley Lancer – Sega Mega Drive- Masanori Hikichi, Noriyuke Iwadare, Yoshiaki Kubotera, Isao Mizoguchi
Ending 2 – Puyo Pop Fever – Playstation 2, Dreamcast – Hideki Abe
The One Star – The World Ends With You – Nintendo DS – Takeharu Ishimoto feat. Cameron Strother