Very Good Music: A VGM Podcast show

Very Good Music: A VGM Podcast

Summary: Bedroth and Shootkapow take a parent/kid road trip through the wide world of VGM. Songs can come directly from games, be covers or remixes, or even just be inspired by existing VGM, but they always follow one rule: everything must be very good music! Subscribe to us on YouTube | Support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/vgmvgm VGMVGM art by Naomi Rubin! Support out her work at patreon.com/naomirubin and read her comics on moonsproutstation.com! Drawn Portraits by Carlos Leon-Roman. Check him out at Instagram.com/kf_carlito Pixelart by Ben "The Diad" Dishman. Check him out @TheDiad on Twitter!

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 Bonus Episode 9: Our Compositions | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3867

Greetings, Gamers! This week, we treat you to some Very Good Music composed by...us???  That's right! Bedroth and Shootkapow are also composers! Shoot has composed much more than her dad has - over 180 scores! - but they both still had enough to bring seven tracks to the table. Hopefully you'll all enjoy them. After all, this is Very Good Music! Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! The playlist this week features videos we uploaded especially for this episode. If you want to check out the rest of our work, just follow those links to see Shootkapow's account at Flat.io and Bedrot's Soundcould. Play-in: Anti-Chronon Base - Aura (Shootkapow) Bedroth 1: 5:06 - Title/Map Screen - Three Friends (nonexistent game that Bedroth used as inspiration) 8:32 - Sewer/Arcade Stage - Three Friends 10:51 - Fun Park Stage - Three Friends Shootkapow 1: 22:13 - Final Caverns - Aura (Mother-inspired game being deveoped by Shoot's friend RJ) 24:55 - Newer York - Aura 27:05 - Last Stand: End the Void - Aura Bedroth 2: 36:50 - Sylvan Dance/Forest Stage - Three Friends 38:30 - Thunder Elemental/Storm Stage - Three Friends 40:08 - Final Boss - Three Friends Shootkapow 2: 45:52 - Circuit Man Stage (Mega Man-style compostion) 47:30 - Trainer Battle (Pokemon-style composition) 38:52 - Swamp Man Stage (Mega Man-style composition) 1:00:38 - Play-out: All Is Well/End Credits - Three Friends (Bedroth) Blooper Reel: Bonus Stage - Three Friends (Bedroth) Special thanks to our Patrons: Alex Messenger, host of A VGM Journey Skeletroy, creator of SNES Thrash Remixes on YouTube Ryan Steel, composer of Catlandia: Crisis at Fort PawPrint "Kung Fu" Carlito, host of Heroes Three: Adventures in Asian Cinema Forrest Shamlian, creator of Castle Corp and Bomb Show on YouTube SprintCade The Mysterious Nathan Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Episode 4-9: The Metal Master from Oz, Mick Gordon with The Messenger | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 7040

Greetings, Gamers! This week, we are joined by the patron saint of VGM Podcasts, Alex Messenger, to discuss the work of the man who composed the music for the realm of demons in Doom and Doom Eternal: Michael John "Mick" Gordon! Gordon is well known for his hardcore musical style to modern re-imaginings of classic franchises like Killer Instinct, Wolfenstein, and the aforementioned Doom. He also happens to be Alex's favorite composer. We talk about all of that and more, and, as always, we play some Very Good Music! Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Playlist: (all tracks composed by Mick Gordon alone unless noted elsewhere) Play-in: At Doom's Gate - Originally by Bobby Prince, heavily adapted by Gordon for Doom - id Software/Bethesda Softworks - multiple consoles- 2016 8:37 - Title Theme - Nicktoons: Attack of the Toybots - Blue Tongue Entertainmnet/Natsume/Firemint/THQ - multiple consoles - 2007 14:36 - Sexi (Free Roam 1) - Need for Speed: World - Quicklime Games/Electronic Arts - Windows - 2010 23:58 - Everything Is Going to Be Okay (Intro Theme) - Prey - Arkane Studios/Bethesda Softworks - Windows/PS4/Xbox One - 2017 30:48 - Damnation - Doom - id Software/Bethesda Softworks - multiple consoles- 2016 40:25 - Toska-9 - LawBreakers - Windows/PS4 - 2017 47:35 - The New Order - Wolfenstein: The New Order - MachineGames/Bethesda Softworks - multiple consoles - 2014 55:25 - Mesquite, Texas - Wolfenstein: The New Colossus - MachineGames/Bethesda Softworks - multiple consoles - 2017 1:06:45 - Meathook - Doom Eternal - id Software/Bethesda Softworks - multiple consoles - 2020 1:17:25 - Type-03 (Fulgore's Theme) - Killer Instinct - Double Helix Games/Microsoft - Xbox One/Windows - 2013 1:27:51 - Inferno (Cinder's Theme) - Killer Instinct, Season 2 - Iron Galaxy/Microsoft - Xbox One/Windows - 2014 - feat. LittleVMills on guitar, includes arranged portions of "Trailblazer" theme by Robin Beanland Blooper Reel: Changeover Day (performed by Die Kafer) - Wolfenstein: The New Colossus - MachineGames/Bethesda Softworks - multiple consoles - 2017 - written and composed by Mick Gordon & Alex Pfeffer Mick's Website: https://mick-gordon.com/ Alex's Podcast, A VGM Journey: https://anchor.fm/vgmjourney Special thanks to our Patrons: Alex Messenger, host of A VGM Journey Skeletroy, creator of SNES Thrash Remixes on YouTube Ryan Steel, composer of Catlandia: Crisis at Fort PawPrint "Kung Fu" Carlito, host of Heroes Three: Adventures in Asian Cinema Forrest Shamlian, creator of Castle Corp and Bomb Show on YouTube SprintCade The Mysterious Nathan Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Episode 4-8: Final Fantasy Character Themes by Nobuo Uematsu | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 4782

Greetings, Gamers! This time around, all of our Very Good Music will follow a very specific theme. Nobuo Uematsu is probably the most famous video game music composer in the world. As such, we're going to hone in on a very small but significant corner of his library: Final Fantasy Character Themes! Our songs today come from Final Fantasies IV, VI, VII, VIII, IX, and X and run the gamut from slow and somber to soaring and heroic. We hope you enjoy this unique take on a composer focus as we look at the work of one of game music's greatest of all time. Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Playlist: (all games by Square and composed by Uematsu. Names are from the American versions) Play-in: World Map Theme 1/Terra's Theme - Final Fantasy VI - SNES - 1994 8:54 - Red Wings/Cecil's Theme - Final Fantasy IV - SNES - 1991 16:07 - Edgar and Sabin - Final Fantasy VI - SNES - 1994 21:44 - Theme of Love/Rosa's Theme  Final Fantasy IV - SNES - 1991 27:58 - Julia - Final Fantasy VIII - PlayStation - 1999 33:17 - Barret's Theme - Final Fantasy VII - PlayStation - 1997 39:29 - Hey Cid! - Final Fantasy IV - SNES - 1991 40:36 - Cid's Theme - Final Fantasy VII - PlayStation - 1997 42:23 - Cid's Theme - Final Fantasy IX - PlayStation - 2000 48:48 - Aerith's Theme - Final Fantasy VII - PlayStation - 1997 54:18 - Tifa's Theme - Final Fantasy VII - PlayStation - 1997 58:24 - Rydia - Final Fantasy IV - SNES - 1991 1:03:23 - Rikku's Theme - Final Fantasy X - PlayStation 2 - 2001 Blooper Reel: Palom and Porom - Final Fantasy IV - SNES - 1991 Special thanks to our Patrons: Alex Messenger, host of A VGM Journey Skeletroy, creator of SNES Thrash Remixes on YouTube Ryan Steel, composer of Catlandia: Crisis at Fort PawPrint "Kung Fu" Carlito, host of Heroes Three: Adventures in Asian Cinema Forrest Shamlian, creator of Castle Corp and Bomb Show on YouTube SprintCade The Mysterious Nathan Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Bonus Episode 8 - Arachnophonia with Dusklight | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3706

Greetings, Gamers, and welcome to another bonus episode! Dusklight joines us once again as we take a week off of the regular full-length episodes we've been droping during our composer-focused season to bring you a special holiday-themed spooky show! Although they are among the most beneficial creatures on the planet, spiders have always had a creepy reputation. Maybe it's the silken death-traps they make with their butts. Maybe it's their fun way of liquefying their prey from the inside so they can drink them for dinner. Maybe it's just all those eyes and legs! Regrdless, there's some Very Good Music associated withour arachnid acquantances in the wide world of VGM, and we hope you enjoy the songs we've chosen for you. Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Playlist: Play-in: Title Screen - Spidersaurs - Harumi Fujita - iPhone/Mac - WayForward - 2019 Block 1 (Dusk) Citadel of Spiders - Pikmin 2 - Hajime Wakai - GameCube - Nintendo - 2004 Dancing with Spiders - NyxTheShield (Remix of Spider Dance from Undertale by Toby Fox) NyxTheShield's Bandcamp: https://nyxtheshield.bandcamp.com/ Lair of the Smooch Spiders - Yoshi's Wooly World - Tomoya Tomita - Wii U - Good-Feel/Nintendo - 2015 Rave in the Grave/Spiderweb Island - Shantae and the Pirate's Curse - Jake Kaufman - 3DS - WayForward - 2014 Block 2 (Shootkapow) Tephra Cave - Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition - Manami Kiyota - Switch - Monolith Soft/Nintendo - 2020 Chargestone Cave - Pokemon Black & White - Shota Kageyama - DS - Game Freak/Nintendo/The Pokemon Company - 2010 Guardian Menace - Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity - Kumi Tanioka, Reo Uratani, Ryotaro Yagi, and Haruki Yamada - Switch - Omega Force/Nintendo/Koei Tecmo - 2020 His Friends Call Him Spuder (Don't Call Him Spuder) - Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling - Tristan Alric - MultiPlatform - Moonsprout Games/Dangen Entertainment - 2019 Block 3 (Bedroth) Shelob the Great - Lord of the Rings Online: Minas Morgul Expansion (2019) - Bill Champagne - several publishers/devlopers: currently Standing Stone Games/Daybreak Game Company - PC - 2007 Side of Building/Along the Street - Spider: The Video Game - Barry Leitch - PlayStation - Boss Game Studios/BMG Interactive - 1997 Web Spider Stage - Mega Man X4 - Toshihiko Horiyama - Saturn/PlayStation - Capcom - 1997 Koala in the Spider's Web - Jets'n'Guns - Machinae Supremacy - PC - Rake in Grass/Reflexive Entertainment/Stardock Soft-World - 2004 Web Woods/Forest Interlude - Donkey Kong Country 2 - David Wise - SNES - Rare/Nintendo - 1995 Booper Reel: Packing Pests - Rhythm Heaven Fever - Tsunku, Masami Yone, Shinji Ushiroda, and Asuka Ito - Wii - TNX Music Recordings/Nintendo - 2011 Special thanks to our Patrons: Alex Messenger, host of A VGM Journey Skeletroy, creator of SNES Thrash Remixes on YouTube Ryan Steel, composer of Catlandia: Crisis at Fort PawPrint "Kung Fu" Carlito, host of Heroes Three: Adventures in Asian Cinema Forrest Shamlian, creator of Castle Corp and Bomb Show on YouTube SprintCade The Mysterious Nathan Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Episode 4-7: Skeletroy Presents the 8-Bit Best of Sunsoft Sensation Naoki Kodaka | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 5772

Greetings, Gamers! For this episode we're joined once again by Skeletroy as we go through the NES library (plus a couple of bonus Bat-tracks) of renowned Sunsoft composer Naoki Kodaka. We have a blast[er Master] discussing one of our very favorite composers who, while he definitely gets attention, is not as widely-known as industry titans like Kondo, Uematsu, and Shimomura.  Still, as this episode will show, few could rival the talents of Kodaka and his team in the realm of Very Good Music on the Famicom/NES. Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Playlist: (all games by Sunsoft, all for the NES except where noted) 10:28 - Main BGM 2 - Batman: The Video Game (TG-16) (1990) 17:34 - Zone Theme 1 - Atlantis no Nazo (1986) 22:38 - Tower/Castle - The Wing of Madoola (1986) 28:52 - Stage 5: Terrorist Hideout - Freedom Force (1988) 36:28 - Area 2- Blaster Master (1988) 43:21 - Boss Battle - Fester's Quest (1989) 53:07 - Stage 3 - Journey to Silius (1990) 1:01:49 - Stage 1-2: The Office - Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) 1:12:56 - Slippery Slope - Uforia: The Saga (1991)  1:21:09 - Ending theme - Batman: The Video Game (GB) (1990) Links mentioned in show: Skeletroy's Journey to Silius Album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMDd3tSfLEk BGMania Kodaka Episode: https://anchor.fm/bgmania/episodes/Composer-Appreciation-Naoki-Kodaka-e1272ns/a-a5pn5de Shmupulations Interview: http://shmuplations.com/sunsoftmusic/ Special thanks to our Patrons: Alex Messenger, host of A VGM Journey Skeletroy, creator of SNES Thrash Remixes on YouTube Ryan Steel, composer of Catlandia: Crisis at Fort PawPrint "Kung Fu" Carlito, host of Heroes Three: Adventures in Asian Cinema Forrest Shamlian, creator of Castle Corp and Bomb Show on YouTube SprintCade The Mysterious Nathan Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Episode 4-6: Patreon Special with Skeletroy! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 7300

For this episode, I'm joined by friend, patron, theme song guy, and returning guest Skeletroy to discuss 5 composers recommended by our patrons! Forrest, SprintCade, Carlos, Ryan, and Skeletroy himself all recommended some lesser-known or under-celebrated VGM composers, and all the patrons voted to hear a sampling from all five of them. We hope you enjoy this crowdsourced collection of Very Good Music! Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Playlist Mike Beckett - chosen by Forrest 8:10 - Night - Bugdom - Pangea Software - Windows - 1999 15:28 - Level Exploration - Nanosaur - Pangea Software - Mac/Windows - 1998 Satoshi Hori - chosen by SprintCade 22:44 - Beacon of Peace (End Credits) - Monster Hunter Rise - Capcom - Switch/Windows - 2021 35:46 - Magnamalo - Monster Hunter Rise - Capcom - Switch/Windows - 2021 Toshiya Yamanaka - chosen by Carlos 50:48 - Destructive Note/Slapping Ball - Knight Arms: The Hyblid Framer - Arsys Software - Sharp X68000 - 1989 1:02:55 - Frontier - Dragon Drive: D-Masters Shot - Treasure/Bandai - GameCube - 2003 Voltz Supreme - chosen by Ryan 1:18:17 - One Shot Jones - Western Music Pack - Voltz Supreme - Self-Produced Asset Pack - 2020 Download the music pack here: https://voltzsupreme.itch.io/western-music 1:29:36 - Final Ascent - Adams Ascending - Parable Worlds - Steam - 2020 Buy the game on Steam. Buy the soundtrack here: https://voltzsupreme.bandcamp.com/ Kazunaka Yamane - chosen by Skeletroy 1:39:53 - Theme of Williams and Linda - Double Dragon IV - Arc System Works - Multi-Platform - 2017 1:45:29 - Mission 2 - Double Dragon II: The Revenge - Technos Japan - NES - 1989 Blooper reel: Meowcenaries from Monster Hunter Rise Special thanks to our Patrons: Alex Messenger, host of A VGM Journey Skeletroy, creator of SNES Thrash Remixes on YouTube Ryan Steel, composer of Catlandia: Crisis at Fort PawPrint "Kung Fu" Carlito, host of Heroes Three: Adventures in Asian Cinema Forrest Shamlian, creator of Castle Corp and Bomb Show on YouTube SprintCade The Mysterious Nathan Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Episode 4-5: Three Young Composers (Tristan Alric, Lena Raine, and Toby Fox) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 6353

Greetings, Gamers! For the first time this season (but not the last!) we bring you an episode focusing on multiple composers! This time we wanted to give the spotlite to three non-Japanese composers whose experience doesn't stretch back quite as far as the others we spoke about, but who are doing great work and who we believe have a bright future ahead of them! Dusklight joins us (as always) for the season's 5th episode, where we Tristan Alric's wonderful, Paper Mario-inspired score for Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling; a wonderful, eclectic selection of tracks from Celeste's Lena Raine, and some highlights from the worldwide phenomenon, Deltarune, the latest work from multi-hyphenate Toby Fox. As always, each of these tracks follows our number one rule: it's all Very Good Music! Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Playlist: Intro - Bug Fables (Title Theme) Block 1: Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling - Tristan Alric - Moonsprout Games/Dangen Entertainment - Multiple Platforms - 2019 5:33 - High Above, Bee Kingdom 12:41 - Team, It's Getting Serious! 16:32 - Outskirts 20:20 - Transcending, Overpowering, Everlasting Block 2: Lena Raine 35:16 - electroheist - hackmud - Drizzly Bear - Steam - 2016 - Buy it on Steam! 41:20 - For Lack of Sausages (Magic Club) - PANIC! at Multiverse High - DoubleBear Productions  - Steam - 2016 - Buy it on Steam! 49:40 - Perception Shift - ESC - Radical Dreamland - Web/Steam - 2018 - Buy it on Steam or at https://radicaldreamland.itch.io/esc 56:40 - Lani's Trek (DX Mix) - Celeste Classic 2: Lani's Trek - Maddy Makes Games - Web/PICO-8 - 2021 - Play it at https://mattmakesgames.itch.io/celeste-classic-2 1:05:04 - Intermission: Attack of the Killer Queen & Cyber Battle from DELTARUNE Chapter 2 by Toby Fox & Lena Raine Block 3: DELTARUNE - Toby Fox - Multiple Platforms - 2018 (Ch.1), 2021 (Ch.2) 1:12:21 - A CYBER'S WORLD? 1:17:46 - THE WORLD REVOLVING 1:24:16 - Lost Girl 1:30:20 - Hip Shop Blooper Reel: IT'S CHAD (PANIC at Multiverse High), The One Left Behind/Leif's Theme (Bug Fables), and Checker Dance (Deltarune) Composer Links: Tristan's Bandcamp: https://tristanalric.bandcamp.com/ Lena's Bandcamp: https://radicaldreamland.bandcamp.com/ Toby's Bandcamp: https://tobyfox.bandcamp.com/ Thanks to our Patrons: Alex Messenger, host of A VGM Journey Skeletroy, creator of SNES Thrash Remixes on YouTube Ryan Steel, composer of Catlandia: Crisis at Fort PawPrint "Kung Fu" Carlito, host of Heroes Three: Adventures in Asian Cinema Forrest Shamlian, creator of Castle Corp and Bomb Show on YouTube SprintCade The Mysterious Nathan Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Episode 4-4: The SID Sensation, Ben Daglish with Lee from The Sound Test | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 8073

Greetings, Gamers! This week we have a very special episode, co-hosted by our first intercontinental guest: Lee Tyrrell, the UK-based creator of The Sound Test podcast, where for over three years, Lee has hosted live VGM celebrations on YouTube and interviewed renowned composers, including the subject of today's show: legendary musician and SID chip composer Ben Daglish. Lee has curated a playlist designed to celebrate Daglish's life and work, and we really think you're going to enjoy this week's helping of Very Good Music. VGMVGM hasn't explored the SID very much, so this deep dive is long overdue. It barely scratches the surface of this huge, historic part of the VGM landscape, so we encourage you to go on a deep dive of your own into the wonderful world of the C64 SID and its successors.  Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Playlist: Intro: Main Theme - Krakout - Commodore 64 - Gremlin Graphics - 1987 11:06 - Wilderness Main Theme (Matt Gray Remix) - The Last Ninja - Commodore 64 - System 3 - 1987 (Remix from 2019) Matt's Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/mattgrayc64/matt-gray-the-wilderness-from-the-last-ninja-preview 20:45 - Track 01 - Deflektor - Commodore 64 - Gremlin Graphics - 1987  33:42 - Main Theme - Auf Wiedersehen Monty (with Rob Hubbard) - Commodore 64 - Gremlin Graphics - 1987  46:00 - Main Theme - Federation of Free Traders - Commodore Amiga - Gremlin Graphics - 1989 58:37 - Main Theme for Classical Guitar (Jamie Maxwell Cover) - The Last Ninja - Commodore 64 - System 3 - 1987 (Remix from 2010) Jamie's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/mymorningjackets 1:10:34 - Mutant Camels (acoustic cover by Lee Tyrrell) - Return of the Mutant Camels - Commodore 64 - Mastertronic Ltd. - 1987 (Remix from 2020) Lee's Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5WVxuAWW5vAdUdxtiDp6Rf 1:24:48 - Track 02 - William Wobbler - Commodore 64 - Wizard Development - 1985 1:32:47 - Race to the Debt - Bedrooms to Billions (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Gracious Films - 2015 1:40:19 - Wastelands Loader (Live at Underworld with the Fastloaders) - The Last Ninja - Commodore 64 - System 3 - 1987 (performance from 2016 Fastloaders Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fastloaders 1:50:18 - Trap (8-bit Symphony Orchestral Rendition) - Demo - 1986 (performance from 2019) 8-bit Symphony website: https://www.8-bit-symphony.com/ Blooper Reel: Main Theme - Thing Bounces Back - Commodore 64 - Gremlin Graphics - 1987 Links mentioned in show: Ben Daglish Obit at C64audio.com: https://c64audio.com/blogs/news/ben-daglish-an-obituarySid Effects II at C64audio.com: https://c64audio.com/products/sid-effects-ii-tribute-to-ben-daglish-free?_pos=6&_sid=94c9bda53&_ss=r Special thanks to our Patrons: Alex Messenger, host of A VGM Journey Skeletroy, SNES Thrash on YouTube Ryan Steel, composer of Catlandia "Kung Fu" Carlito, host of Heroes Three Forrest Shamlian, creator of Castle Corp and Bomb Show on YouTube SprintCade The Mysterious Nathan Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Episode 4-3: The Dynamo, Yuzo Koshiro with Bryan from BGMania | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 7525

Greetings, Gamers! This week, Bedroth is joined by the one and only Bryan Clutter, creator of Level Down Games, a multimedia company dedicated to covering the best that pop culture has to offer, through reviews, videos, and podcasts, including BGMania: A Video Game Music Podcast, on which Bedroth has been a guest several times! We are more than happy to welcome Bryan to join us this time to talk about his personal favorite VGM composer: Yuzo Koshiro! As we will learn, Koshiro is an absolute behemoth in VGM history. From his early days with Nihon Falcom working on the Japanese home computer system, the PC88, through his time as a freelance and as founder and president of his own development companny, Ancient, Koshiro has been an enduring presence in the world of games, and the source of a great deal of Very Good Music, just a small taste of which we are happy to bring you today. Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Playlist Prelude: Fillmore - Actraiser Renaissance - Current Gen Consoles/Steam - Square Enix - 2021 Intro: Go Straight - Streets of Rage 2 - Genesis- Sega - 1992 The Cursed Ship Queen Mary: After Disembarking - Sorcerian (Dragon Slayer V) - PC-88 - Nihon Falcom - 1987 Chinatown (Stage 6-1) - The Revenge of Shinobi - Genesis - Sega - 1989 Misty Blue Theme - Misty Blue - PC-88 - Enix - 1990 The Sadness I Carry on My Shoulders - Shenmue - Dreamcast - Sega - 1999 Protectors - Ys II Complete - Windows - Falcom - 2001 Driver's Delight - Wangan Midnight Maxium Tune - Arcade - Namco - 2004 Blind Fugitive - Protect Me Knight - Xbox 360 - Ancient - 2010 Disturbances: The One Called From Beyond - Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth - 3DS - P-Studio/Atlas - 2014 Raise Thy Sword in Pride - Etrian Mystery Dungeon - 3DS - Spike Chunsoft/Atlus - 2015 Through the Blowing Dust - Puzzle & Dragons X (Cross): Gods and Dragons - 3DS - GungHo Online Entertainment - 2016 Blooper: The Birth of the People - Actraiser - SNES - Enix/Quintet - 1990 Level Down Games: https://leveldowngames.com/ Episode 50 of BGMania (Deep Dive: Yuzo Koshiro): https://anchor.fm/bgmania/episodes/Deep-Dive-Yuzo-Koshiro--BGMania-Podcast-50-ej0gem/a-a33ove5 Special thanks to our Patrons: Alex Messenger, host of A VGM Journey Skeletroy, creator of SNES Thrash Remixes on YouTube Ryan Steel, composer of Catlandia: Crisis at Fort PawPrint "Kung Fu" Carlito, host of Heroes Three: Adventures in Asian Cinema Forrest Shamlian, creator of Castle Corp and Bomb Show on YouTube SprintCade The Mysterious Nathan Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Episode 4-2: The Queen of VGM, Yoko Shimomura | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 6905

Greetings, gamers! Let's talk about some of the most successful, longest-running franchises in gaming. Street Fighter. Mario. Final Fantasy. Mana. Kingdom Hearts. You know what they all have in common? Very Good Music, composed by the queen of VGM herself, Yoko Shimomura! This week, Bedroth and Shootkapow talk about another of their favorites, one of the most famous video game music makers on the planet. We trace her trajectory from her roots at Capcom all the way through her latest freelance collaboration with K-pop star Taeyeon. From chiptune jams to vocal-orchestral masterpieces, though, everything follows our number one rule: It's all Very Good Music! So good, this intro says it twice! Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Playlist: Intro: Dearly Beloved - Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix - Square Enix - PS3 - 2012 10:55 - Round 5: Bay Area - Final Fight - Capcom - SNES - 1990 20:21 - Attraction Medley - Adventures in the Magic Kingdom - Capcom - NES - 1990 26:49 - Vega's Theme - Street Fighter II: The World Warrior - Capcom - Arcade - 1991 36:25 - MEGALOMANIA - Live A Live - Square - Super Famicom - 1994 46:45 - Hello, Happy Kingdom - Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars - Square - SNES - 1996 57:48 - Title Theme - Legend of Mana - Square - PS1 - 1999 1:10:01 - In the Final/The Grand Finale - Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story - Nintendo - DS - 2009 1:17:49 - Primal Eyes for The 3rd Birthday - The 3rd Birthday - Square Enix - PlayStation Portable (PSP) - 2010 1:27:38 - Colony 9 - Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition - Nintendo/Monolith Soft - Switch - 2019 1:37:03 - Ahead of Destiny - Gran Saga - NPIXEL - Mobile - 2021 Blooper: BGM 1, 2, and 3 - Hataraku Chocobo - Square/Bandai - WonderSwan - 2000 Special thanks to our Patrons: Alex Messenger, host of A VGM Journey Skeletroy, creator of SNES Thrash Remixes on YouTube Ryan Steel, composer of Catlandia: Crisis at Fort PawPrint "Kung Fu" Carlito, host of Heroes Three: Adventures in Asian Cinema Forrest Shamlian, creator of Castle Corp and Bomb Show on YouTube SprintCade The Mysterious Nathan Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Episode 4-1: The RPG Maestro, Yasunori Mitsuda | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 5169

Greetings, Gamers, and welcome to Season 4! This season is all about composers! Some of the folks we'll discuss this season may be new names for you, and a few will be very well-known. Our first focus is a special one, though. Yasunori Mitsuda is possibly most well-known as the composer of the phenomenal soundtrack to the equaly phenomenal Super Nintendo RPG classic, Chrono Trigger. But that was just the beginning.  This episode explores a lot of Very Good Music, as always, and ventures into realms of this maestro's discography that surprised even the two of us, who have long counted him among our favorite composers! We can't think of a better way to start this new phase of our VGM road trip, and we're excited to have you along for the ride! Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Playlist: Intro: A Premonition - Chrono Trigger  4:32 - Wings of Time (Epoch) - Chrono Trigger - Square - SNES - 1995  18:36 - Store Keeper - Front Mission: Gun Hazard - Square - Super Famicom - 1996  23:38 - Village Pride (Our Village Is Number One!) - Xenogears - PS1 - Square - 1998 30:42 - Scars of Time (Time's Scar) - Chrono Cross - PS1 - Square - 1999 36:41 - Battle with the Devil - Tsugunai: Atonement - PS2 - Sony/Cattle Call - 2001 44:48 - Blue Moon - 10,000 Bullets (Tsukiyo ni Saraba/Moonlit Farewell/Moonlit Shadow) - PS2 - Taito/Blue Moon Studio - 2005 49:53 - Activate! Burning Phase - Inazuma Eleven - Nintendo DS - Level-5 - 2008 57:58 - West Tumbara (Night) - Lime Odyssey - PC - Aeria Games - 2009 1:02:24 - Main Theme (Soul Melody) - Soul Sacrifice - PS Vita - Sony/Marvelous AQL - 2013 1:11:13 - To the Top: A New Beginning - Revolve8 - Sega - Mobile - 2018 Blooper Reel - Goodness Gracious! - Soukou Kihei Armodyne - Soy/Omiya Soft - PS2 - 2007 Special thanks to our Patrons: Alex Messenger, host of A VGM Journey Skeletroy, creator of SNES Thrash Remixes on YouTube Ryan Steel, composer of Catlandia: Crisis at Fort PawPrint "Kung Fu" Carlito, host of Heroes Three: Adventures in Asian Cinema Forrest Shamlian, creator of Castle Corp and Bomb Show on YouTube SprintCade The Mysterious Nathan Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Bonus Episode 7 - Season 4 Prequel | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3871

Greeting, Gamers! Welcome to our second consecutive bonus episode, al about the number 4! In season 4, as you've heard, we're using each episode to focus on a particular composer. However, a while back, Shootkapow had the cool idea to play "VGM related to 4 of something". I always figured we'd play it to open up season four...so why not use it as a prequel? It may seem like a limiting topic, but trust us...everything you'll hear is very good music! Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Playlist: Forrest: Nintendo GameCube Alternate Startup (Intro Jingle) Carlos: Four Noble Devils - Romancing SaGa 3 - Kenji Ito - Square - Super Famicom - 1995 InspectorSpector: SIMnata #4 - The Sims  - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Electronic Arts -  PC/Mac - 2000 (online crediting for this track typically goes to Sims composer Jerry Martin, but the tune is actually the "Allegro" movement of Mozart's Piano Sonata #4. Four Fiends Battle - Final Fantasy IV - Nobuo Uematsu - Square - SNES - 1991 Stage 1 (Quartet Theme) - Quartet - Katsuhiro Hayashi - Sega - Arcade - 1986 Elite Four Battle - Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald - Junichi Masuda - Nintendo/The Pokemon Company - GBA - 2002  Four-in-a-Row (Remix) - Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics - Chamy Ishi & Toshiki Aida (Remix by Jojo Tunes) - Nintendo - Switch - 2020 Jojo Tunes Remix on YouTube: https://youtu.be/mJ8AS2DrNmc Route 4 (Summer) - Pokemon Black/White/B2/W2 - Shota Kageyama - Nintendo/The Pokemon Company - Nintendo DS - 2010   The Four Wariors of Light - Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light - Naoshi Mizuta - Square Enix - Nintendo DS - 2009 Elite Four Battle - Pokemon Black/White/B2/W2 - Junichi Masuda - Nintendo/The Pokemon Company - Nintendo DS - 2010  Course 2: Four Eye Square - The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures - Koji Kondo & Asuka Hayazaki nee Ohta - Nintendo - GameCube - 2004 The Metropolis of Fourside - Earthbound - Keiichi Suzuki & Hirokazu Tanaka - Nintendo - SNES - 1994 1989 - Tetris Effect - Russian folk melody, arr. Hirokazu Tanaka, arr. Hydelic - Enhance Games - PS4 - 2018 Blooper Reel: Koopa Bros Keep Cool / Attack of the Koopa Bros. - Paper Mario - Yuka Tsujiyoko - Nintendo - N64 - 2001 Special thanks to our Patrons: Alex Messenger Skeletroy Ryan Steel "Kung Fu" Carlito Forrest Shamlian SprintCade The Mysterious Nathan Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Bonus Episode 6 - Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony Musical Commentary | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 8123

Greetings, Gamers, and welcome to a very special bonus episode, where Bedroth flies solo to discuss the songs featured in the opening ceremony of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics! Special thanks to Nikkei on Twitter, who appears to have been the first to publish the official list of 19 songs played in the ceremony. Thanks also to YouTubers Deh Almeida and Nicolas Monteiro, who uploaded rips of the individual themes played at the ceremony which, along with the always-wonderful VGMDB website, helped make this episode possible. Anything I get right today will be a tribute to the information I found there, as well as on various crowdsourced info-banks like Wikipedia (only approved, source-citing articles!) and the Fandom Wiki (for the more obscure stuff). Here's a link to the MediaFiles episode mentioned in the intro. Seriously, you should totally be listening to this show! https://anchor.fm/the-mediafiles/episodes/Olympic-Games-Tokyo-2020-e15iikh/a-a69t9lj Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Playlist: Roto's Teme/Theme of Erdrick - Dragon Quest/Dragon Quest III - Koichi Sugiyama - Enix -  1986/1988 Victory Fanfare - Final Fantasy - Nobuo Uematsu - Square - 1987 Sorey’s Theme: The Shepherd - Tales of Zestiria  - Motoi Sakuraba - Bandai Namco - 2015 Proof of a Hero - Monster Hunter IV - Masato Kouda - Capcom - 2013 Olympus Coliseum - Kingdom Hearts - Yoko Shimomura - Square - 2002 Frog's Theme - Chrono Trigger - Yasunori Mitsuda - Square - 1995 First Flight - Ace Combat 5 - Keiki Kobayashi - Bandai Namco, 2004 Royal Capital Majestic Grandeur - Tales of Graces - Motoi Sakuraba - Bandai Namco - 2009 Wind of Departure - Monster Hunter 4 - Marika Suzuki - Capcom - 2013 Robo's Theme - Chrono Trigger - Yasunori Mitsuda - Square - 1995 Star Light Zone - Sonic the Hedgehog Masato Nakamura - Sega - 1991 Main Theme - Final Fantasy - Nobuo Uematsu - Square - 1987 (with elements from the ending theme of 1999's Final Fantasy VII) Guardians - Phantasy Star Universe - Hideaki Kobayashi - Sega - 2006 Hero’s Fanfare - Kingdom Hearts III - Yoko Shimomura - Square Enix - 2019 Act I-1 - Gradius in Classic I - Miki Higashino and others in the Konami Kukeiha Club - This arrangement comes from 1 1993 orchestral album released in Japan by King Records, performed by the London Philharmonic and arranged by Michiru Oshima, Masamichi Amano, Kunihiro Kawano, and the late Norio Maeda, who is responsible for this arrangement. Song of the Ancients - Nier - Square Enix - 2010. The arrangement used for the opening ceremony comes from the Nier Orchestral Arrangement Album - Addendum. The game was composed by Keiichi Okabe (who also produced the album), Keigo Hoashi, and Kakeru Ishihama. The track on the album was arranged by Sachiko Miyano and performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic with Emi Evans & J'Nique Nicole on vocals “The Minstrel’s Refrain: SaGa Series Medley 2016” - This medley is taken from The Orchestral SaGa - Legend of Music album. The medley compiles tracks from several games in the series and includes pieces composed by Nobuo Uematsu, Kenji Ito, Ryuji Sasai, Masashi Hamauzu. It was arranged by Kosuke Yamashita The Brave New Stage of History - Soulcalibur VI - Junichi Nakatsuru - Bandai Namco - 2018 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Episode 3-11: Superheroes with ProfJeff! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 8221

***Disclaimer for those who listen with kids - there are a few bad words and some dirty humor in this episode, especially the blooper reel. It's not a lot, but be forewarned.*** Greetings, Gamers! And welcome to the long-awaited (at least for me) Season 3 Finale: Superheroes with ProfJeff! The Professor hosted me at his apartment for the weekend and we finally recorded this episode, which we've been discussing for weeks and are really excited to finally share with you. There are a lot of great (and not so great) superhero games out there, and in this jam-packed episode, we bring you a wide variety of tunes featuring some of your favorite heroes, along with a few you've probably never heard of. Of course, everything follows our number one rule: Everything is Very Good Music. Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. You can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm.  You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Tracklist: Game Intro - Silver Surfer - Tim & Geoff Follin - 1990, Software Creations/Arcadia Systems, NES Title/Menu - Superman - Hiroyuki Masuno & Ryu Hasegawa - 1987, Kotobuki/Kemco, NES Main theme - Ultraverse Prime - Tim & Geoff Follin - 1994, Sony/Malibu Interactive, Sega CD Shoutout to electricboogaloo on Discord who informed me that Geoff is the vocalist on this track. For lyrics and fun facts, check out the Retro Pals video on YouTube. Boss (Gorilla Grodd) - Batman: The Brave and the Bold - The Videogame - Jake Kaufman - 2010, WayForward/Warner Interactive, Nintendo DS Final Duel with Joker - The Adventures of Batman & Robin - Konami Kukeiha Club (Kazuhiko Uehara, Harumi Ueko, Jun Funahashi, Masanari Iwata, Masahiko Kimura, Kayo Fujitani, and Masahiro Ikariko) - 1994, Konami, SNES Train (Stage 6) - X-Men: Mutant Wars - Kazuo Sawa - 2000, Activision/Avid/HAL, Game Boy Color Metro City (Stage 1) - Astro Boy: Omega Factor - Norio Hanzawa & Tsuyoshi Kaneko - 2003, Treasure/Hitmaker/Sega/Activision, Game boy Advance  Moliarty's Tower - Darkwing Duck - Yasuaki "Bun Bun" Fujita - 1992, Capcom, NES Menu Theme - Scud: The Disposable Assassin - Loudmouth, Tristan des Pres, DJR/IB3 Ltd., Fidget-X, and Unbelievable Jolly Machine - 1997, Syrox/SegaSoft, Saturn High Score - Green Lantern - Dean Evans - 1994 (Unreleased), Ocean, SNES Here Comes the Hero - X-Men - Seiichi Fukami, Yuji Takenouchi, Junya Nakano, and Ayako Hashimoto - 1992, Konami, Arcade Windy Night at the Park  - The Amazing Spider-Man: Lethal Foes  - Shoji Tomii, Minoru Endo, Makato Igarashi, and Daisuke Inoue - 195, Agent/Epoch, Super Famicom Gotham City/Streets of Desolation - Batman - Naoki Kodaka - 1989, Sunsoft, NES Theme of Dr. Doom - Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds - Hideyuki Fukasawa - 2011, Capcom/Eighting, PS3/Xbox 360 Trickster for Mayor - The Flash - Jeroen Tel - 1993, Probe, Sega Master System Ending Credits - The Incredible Hulk: The Pantheon Saga - Des Tong & The Gamma Gang (Mike Hehir, Chris Warne) - 1996, Attention to Detail/Eidos, Saturn/PlayStation Blooper Reel: The Fun House - Spider-Man - Fletcher Beasley - 1995, Western Technologies/Acclaim, Genesis Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

 Episode 3-10: Marvel vs. Capcom, Part 2 with Darryl and Carlos | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 4379

Greetings, Gamers! This week, we continue our exploration of the wonderful soundtracks from the Marvel vs. Capcom series with Kung Fu Carlito, Darryl "The Last Rican" Bowers, and friend of the show ProfJeff! Thanks as always to our amazing patrons and the artists who made our show art and theme song. Links to their content can be found below the playlist on our YouTube video! You, too, can become a patron at patreon.com/vgmvgm, and you can reach out to us one of these ways: Discord: https://discord.gg/qpbXPdCf2N Twitter: @VGMpod and @Shootkapow E-mail: verygoodmusicvgm@gmail.com Voicemail: Anchor.com/vgmvgm. You can also leave us a comment on YouTube and while you're at it, please let us know if you like the video, and subscribe and ring the bell to be notified of future episodes! We look forward to hearing from you! Games Featured in this Episode: X-Men vs. Street Fighter (XvSF) – Capcom – Arcade/Saturn/PS1 – 1996 – Yuki Iwai & Yuko Takehara Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter (MvSF) – Capcom – Arcade/Saturn/PS1 – 1997 – Yuki Iwai & Yuko Kadota Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (MvC) – Capcom – Arcade/Dreamcast/PS1 – 1998 – Masato Kuoda & Yuko Takehara Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes (MvC2) – Capcom/Backbone Entertainment – Arcade/Dreamcast/PS2/Xbox – 2000 – Tetsuya Shibata & Mitsuhiko Takano Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (MvC3) – Capcom/Eighting – PS3/Xbox 360 – 2011 – Hideyuki Fukasawa Round 1: Spider-Man’s Theme (MvSF) vs. Cammy's Theme (XvSF) Round 2: Apocalypse’s Theme (MvSF) vs. Sakura's Theme (MvSF) Round 3: War Machine’s Theme (MvC) vs. Captain Commando’s Theme (MvC) Round 4: Shuma Gorath’s Theme (MvSF) vs. Clock Tower Stage (MvC2) Round 5: Cyclops’s Theme (XvSF) vs. Staff Roll (MvC) Patron Links: Alex Messenger's Podcast: https://anchor.fm/s/f8b4688/podcast/rss Skeletroy's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM84dO4lFBk2NUnKQvypmTw Ryan's Bandcamp: https://polartabby.bandcamp.com/album/catlandia-soundtrack Carlos's Podcast: http://heroes3podcast.blogspot.com/ The Last Rican's Podcast: https://anchor.fm/s/379cabe4/podcast/rss Forrest’s Show: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgEAyaGKcvUoMsovGYtPQhA The Mysterious Nathan… Sprintcade Artist Links: Naomi Rubin - patreon.com/naomirubin | comics at moonsproutstation.com Carlos Leon Roman - Instagram.com/kf_carlito Ben "The Diad" Dishman - @TheDiad Skeletroy - patreon.com/skeletroy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vgmvgm/message

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