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Friday, February 16, 2018

Ep. 100: Hunderd

Josh and Emily are almost out of the Breakable Mist Zone, but there's one more act to go! Will they make it to the exit in time? Do blood stained ice shards form a beautiful crystal when stacked? Are they even doing this right? Tune in for the answers to these and many more questions, including: Why do hockey players fight? What is the Dreamcast Sound? And does it really matter? Also... one more thing... Josh wants to start a book club, but he didn't say the right name for the author. The name is Ian Bogost and the book is called "Play Anything," if you want to follow along. Anyways... get over here. It's the VGM Jukebox.


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This episode was made possible by:
Game Track Title Composer(s)
The Immortal Battle (I Forbid You to Come Any Closer) Rob Hubbard
Metropolis Street Racer It Doesn’t Really Matter Richard Jacques, T. J. Davis (vocals)
Snoopy Concert Daylight Forest Dave Brubeck, Hirokazu Tanaka, Minako Hamano
Sonic Mania Lights, Camera, Action! (Studiopolis Zone Act 1) Tee Lopes

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Friday, February 9, 2018

Ep. 99: Mount Rushmore

Josh and Emily are in the Breakable Mist Dungeon to play a couple tunes of their own choosing. This is a very important episode for VGM historians, as Josh presents new publications in his field, revising the legend of Yumi Kinoshita. Meanwhile, Emily shares her analysis of earfeel and melody. Special thanks is due to Brent Weinbach of the Legacy Music Hour and to the VGM Podcast Fans Facebook group for spearheading our latest research. Also, a big thank-you to St. John for stopping by with Hakama to take the art of VGM Karoake to new levels of intensity and intrigue. Feel free to take notes on this one as there may be a quiz at the end of the semester, here on the VGM JUKEBOX.


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Hamsterz LifeToy Box Cage   Shinsuke Kudou, Shin Nakajima, Yumi Satake
Battle Bull Stages 37 - 47 Takayuki Suzuki

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Friday, February 2, 2018

Ep. 98: The Sega Nintendo

Josh and Emily are in a whole new zone! They traverse this delicate landscape with some great listener-recommended tunes playing in their headphones (they must have some really long headphone cords). Join them as they recount days sifting through garbage, feeling like you are the video game character, and playing the Sega Nintendo. Plus, J&E discuss their experiences with the latest additions to their game libraries. Animite is still at the rest stop, but we're at the party with the most crushable dude. You're welcome to join us, so come on in!


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This episode was made possible by:
Game Track Title Composer(s)
TaleSpin The Clouds Minae Fuji
Bravely Default He of the Name Revo
Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d You Steal Our Garbage?!! Candy Kingdom Overworld Jake Kaufman
Deadly Premonition Life is Beautiful (Whistle Theme) Riyou Kinugasa, Takuya Kobayashi, Hiromi Mizutani
Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle Item C Chikako Kamatani
Godzilla: Monster of Monsters Main Theme / Planet X Masatomo Miyamoto

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