05 January 2022

Episode 244: Fingers Crossed

Even though this episode is coming out after Christmas, it was recorded before Christmas, so basically, it's a Christmas episode.  The boys talk about Santa and Christmas spirit and stuff like that, and of course there's great music tracks, which are almost like little presents.  Anyway, the Legacy Music Hour really hopes you like their gifts.  Fingers crossed.  Full track listing below.



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

Skeleton Krew - Nathan McCree - Ending Theme - Core Design Ltd. - Genesis - 1995

F-1 Sensation - Tomoya Tomita - BGM 3 - Konami - Famicom - 1993

Sega Game Toshokan (Sega Game Library) - Sachio Ogawa - BGM 4 - Sega - Mega Drive Meganet - 1990

Lock On - Akihiko Mori (Don) - Special Mission 1 - Vic Tokai/Copya Systems - SNES - 1993

Cannon Fodder - Jon Hare, Richard Joseph, Allister Brimble (arr.) - War Has Never Been So Much Fun (Title) - Sensible Software/PanelComp/Virgin Interactive - Mega Drive (Europe) - 1994

Dark Law: Meaning of Death - Satoshi Nagano, Michihico Shichi - Ending Credits - SAS Sakata/ASCII - Super Famicom - 1997

Kouryo no Mimi - Takada Youko - Round 3 (Train to Japan) - Vap - Super Famicom - 1995

Farland Story - Tomoo Kasahara, Tetsuya Watarai (Unit G.T.O), Takahiro Yonemura (Unit G.T.O), Music Worx (arr.) - Angel in Ocean (Map: Sea) (Valkyries' Island) - TGL/Banpresto - Super Famicom - 1995

Hurricanes - Andi McGinty - Stage Theme 2 - Arc Developments/U.S. Gold - Mega Drive (Europe) - 1994

Blazing Lazers - Masatomo Miyamoto (Miyamo), J.T.S, Masanobu Tsukamoto (Mats), Sydon Inoue (Sydon), Ozono, Keiji Takeuchi (Takeuchi) - Area 7 - Compile/Hudson Soft - TurboGrafx-16 - 1989

Dial Q o Mawase! - unknown - Intro - Studio Fazzy - Mega Drive - 1992

Pieces - Nobuyuki Hara - Staff Roll - Prism Kikaku/Atlus - SNES - 1994

Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight - Junko Tamiya - Spaceway (Planet 5 - Area 2) - Capcom - NES - 1990

3 comments:

  1. The Cannon Fodder song originated on the Amiga and had Lyrics with it. You can find it on YouTube[1] of course, for the realease of the game they also put together a full motion music video[2]. The game was ironically anti-war - as given away by the name and also in game. For example your troopers could randomly die by debris or random events, driving the point home that individual soldiers were not held at high importance during war. The game created controversies with war memorial and veteran organizations at time of release. It was also a very well made game, a ton of fun to play.


    [1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiYuq6Ac3a0
    [2] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LSTO7vpJg4

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  2. Hey Brent, I was the one who sent you guys the Hyper Marbles track that you ended up playing on the show (it was the song that sounded a bit like Max Tundra). I had the same confusion as you all did upon hearing the Sega Game Toshokan soundtrack for the first time...

    Great episode!

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    1. Also, Akihiko Mori was the man. RIP to an underrated VGM maestro.

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