07 October 2020

Episode 229: Best Of Year In Review 9

Once again, Brent and Rob (and Gabe) countdown their favorite tracks they discovered in roughly the last year (excluding "beyond" tracks).  This episode also marks ten years of doing the podcast!  Aside from the music, Episode 229 has a bunch of kiss blowing (which you can't see), and lots of talking about the drinking of water and related fluids.  Check out the Legacy Music Hour Patreon for an exclusive top ten of the last ten years countdown/discussion video which will be posted sometime this month.  Partial track listing below.



Game - Composer - Track - Company - Console - Year (North American release unless otherwise indicated)

Mega Man 3 - Yasuaki Fujita - Snake Man - Capcom - NES - 1990

10 comments:

  1. I still love your show and I frequently think about your joke about the pirate way to say goodbye ("they don't, they just stab you") to cheer myself up.

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  2. 10 years in and I feel like the tracks just keep getting better!

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  3. In anticipation of the impending spike in Time Lord prices, I figured this needed to be made:

    https://i.imgur.com/BTcAlfd.jpg

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    1. I had considered that, but wasn't sure the best way to do it. This was the best I had come up with:
      https://i.imgur.com/fYVHcWg.jpg

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  4. Congratulations on ten years! I have been listening to you guys since Episode 13 and have been listening through the full catalogue three times already. Of course I also joined the Patreon :).

    Don't pull the old stuff down, Brent! How could I do my fourth, fifth, sixth... listening round in the next ten years? Legacy music hour is my comfort food. Please keep it up!

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    1. I agree, as someone who has also gone back and re-listened to all episodes multiple times, please don't pull them down.

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    2. I’m also listening to old episodes. They’re all gems! Don’t change a thing.

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  5. I was a little disappointed to learn that we won't be getting LMH in Space anytime soon.

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