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Thread: nx666's Soundtrack-a-Ganza - Computer Edition (C64,Amiga,Atari,X68000,PC-88/98,etc.)

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    Zan 2: Kagerou no Jidai (PC-9801) - Part 2 of this Wolfteam series, the music is by Motoi Sakuraba and Ryota Furuya. The expansion pack Zan 2: Kagerou no Jidai Soshuhen has the exact same soundtrack so I'm not going to do a separate rip for that one.

    Heavy Unit (Arcade) - Kaneko game with music by Tatsuya Watanabe. There are some ok tracks but as a whole I found this fairly unremarkable.

    Ghost Battle (Atari ST)- By Jochen Hippel, this is partially based on his Amiga version but also adds a few new tracks.
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    Hook (Arcade) - I'm not overly familiar with the movie score, but this seems to be partially based on the Williams soundtrack.

    Tail-to-Nose / Super Formula (Arcade) - Top-down racing game by V-System. Some of the in-game tracks sound completely broken. I'm not sure if that is an emulation issue, I compared 4 different sources and they all have that problem.

    Princess Quest Mahjong Sword (PC-9801,OPNA) - 90s dance music by Daisuke Takahashi, the composer of Metal Force. This game doesn't use the FM channels at all, everything is done in PCM via software mixing. The result sounds fairly similar to the tracker music of that time.

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    Oh, wow. You're amazing.

    When you get the chance, could you please upload (if you find them):

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdyShearer View Post
    Oh, wow. You're amazing.

    When you get the chance, could you please upload (if you find them):

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    What systems are these for? X68000?

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    So will you combine threads with our friend ruiner?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KusanagiShiro View Post
    So will you combine threads with our friend ruiner?
    No, I don't really want to expand the scope of this thread past computer and arcade music, this is about as much as I can handle right now. But I offered to host the corresponding part of ruiner's collection similar to what I have already been doing with the Amiga soundtracks.

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    A Prehistoric Tale (Atari ST) - I think this was the original version of this game, programmed by Tim Moss who is currently Sony's director of technology. The music is by Jochen Hippel.

    Drift Out (Arcade) - The first in this series of top-down racers.

    Solitary Fighter (Arcade) - The sequel to Violence Fight with a only a handful of ok tracks.

    Zan 3: Ten'un Ware ni Ari (PC-9801,OPNA) - Part 3 in this Wolfteam strategy series. Some of the more melodic pieces are really nice.

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    Just wanted to drop by to give my thanks again for the PC-98 requests! And going back to the Konami M2 games, even if there is currently a method to rip them, as I said before, I'll put that idea on hold for the time being..... there's already a bunch of games on other readily available platforms that I plan on ripping first anyway, lol. So until next time!
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    The Queen of Duelists Gaiden Alpha+ (X68000) - Since I didn't get a reply to my question I did the X68000 version, which seems to be some sort of sequel to the original Queen of Duelists. It looks like a Mortal Kombat clone but the music is pretty good.

    Superior Soldiers / Perfect Soldiers (Arcade) - Irem's contribution to the fighting genre. Not their most spectacular soundtrack I guess.

    Fury of the Furries (Amiga) - In Europe this game was part of the Skweek series. For the US, Namco purchased the rights and released it as Pac-In-Time on the SNES. The excellent music is by Frédéric Motte.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NX View Post
    Fury of the Furries (Amiga) - In Europe this game was part of the Skweek series. For the US, Namco purchased the rights and released it as Pac-In-Time on the SNES. The excellent music is by Frédéric Motte.
    Have you given the DOS port a shot yet? If not I high recommend doing so consider how bloody good the conversion is! I'll have the link for you at the bottom so you can listen to it when or if you feel like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MentalHog View Post
    Have you given the DOS port a shot yet? If not I high recommend doing so consider how bloody good the conversion is! I'll have the link for you at the bottom so you can listen to it when or if you feel like it!

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    Yeah, the Adlib version is pretty good as well. Frédéric Motte aka Moby also created a ton of awesome demo music on the Amiga, including [Hidden link. Register to see links.]. He only did a few game soundtracks though, maybe I'll post some with one of the next updates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nx666 View Post
    What systems are these for? X68000?
    Yes.

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    I have a request- Can you upload the arcade soundtrack to Dead Connection and also the soundtrack to Signatory for the X68000?
    Last edited by Sharrif001; 10-18-2015 at 01:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdyShearer View Post
    Oh, wow. You're amazing.

    When you get the chance, could you please upload (if you find them):

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    These two would require some more investigation, so I'm going to put them on hold for now. However, I could do the PC-88 versions which (after a cursory listen) sound about the same.

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    A few more Rob Hubbard soundtracks

    Dragon's Lair II: Escape from Singe's Castle (C64) - Computer-exclusive sequel to the original Dragon's Lair with a few great tracks.

    Nemesis the Warlock (C64) - Epic title tune, the game is based on a British comic.

    Rasputin (C64) - The main theme is a medley of various (mostly Russian) folk songs.

    Wiz (C64) - Quite different from most other Hubbard songs, this is a very mystical piece that also quotes Italian prog rock band Premiata Forneria Marconi.

    Hollywood or Bust (C64) - Ragtime music (mostly covers), I don't know if the game/music is based on the movie of the same name.

    Thanatos (C64) - Lair for the C64. You control a big bad dragon wreaking havoc on everything in sight. The music was converted from the original Spectrum version.

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    I have some new Arcade requests for you to start the week off, nx666!

    - DragonGun (One of Data East's best soundtracks ever IMO. The second Stage 1 theme is a great example of this game's OST awesomeness.)
    - Exvania (Despite being medieval themed, the music has some surprisingly good early 90's synthpop goodness.)
    - Galmedes (A shmup by Visco.)

    Have a great week, nx666, and long live OSTs!!

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    Akiko Gold: The Queen of Adult (PC-9801) - Pretty creepy hentai game with great suspenseful music.

    Dead Connection (Arcade) - A soundtrack by Zuntata member Yoshirou Horie.

    Tiny Skweeks (Amiga) - By Frédéric Motte. This was later released on the SNES as The Brainies. The intro and main theme are pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nx666 View Post
    Akiko Gold: The Queen of Adult (PC-9801) - Pretty creepy hentai game with great suspenseful music.

    Dead Connection (Arcade) - A soundtrack by Zuntata member Yoshirou Horie.

    Tiny Skweeks (Amiga) - By Frédéric Motte. This was later released on the SNES as The Brainies. The intro and main theme are pretty good.
    Thanks for Dead Connection.

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    Thanks for your efforts, nx666. Here are three new requests:

    Sand Scorpion (FACE, Arcade)
    Hacha Mecha Fighter (NMK, Arcade)
    Cabal (TAD Corporation, Arcade)

    Thank you very much. ^_^
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    Three more soundtracks by Frédéric Motte:

    Paragliding (Amiga) - Aweful game with awesome guitar tracks.

    Geisha (Amiga) - Erotic adventure game by Cocktel Vision. There is only one track with a slight Japanese theme that uses some porn samples towards the end.

    Fascination (Amiga) - The sequel to Geisha. Again, there is only one track, but that one is 17 minutes long.

    And one request:

    DragonGun (Arcade) - Data East crosshair shooter. The music is a mix of electronic and symphonic and reminds me a little bit of Sakimoto's soundtracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nx666 View Post
    A few more Rob Hubbard soundtracks

    Dragon's Lair II: Escape from Singe's Castle (C64) - Computer-exclusive sequel to the original Dragon's Lair with a few great tracks.

    Nemesis the Warlock (C64) - Epic title tune, the game is based on a British comic.

    Rasputin (C64) - The main theme is a medley of various (mostly Russian) folk songs.

    Wiz (C64) - Quite different from most other Hubbard songs, this is a very mystical piece that also quotes Italian prog rock band Premiata Forneria Marconi.

    Hollywood or Bust (C64) - Ragtime music (mostly covers), I don't know if the game/music is based on the movie of the same name.

    Thanatos (C64) - Lair for the C64. You control a big bad dragon wreaking havoc on everything in sight. The music was converted from the original Spectrum version.

    Thanks as always for the C64 & Amiga updates. I just wanted to let you know that your link for Thanatos (C64) actually links to Wiz (C64).
    Cheers.

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    That means your next rips should be all home computer versions of Back to the Future games to be ripped. Starting with...


    Back to the Future (MSX, Pony Canyon)
    Back to the Future Part II (Amiga, Image Works)
    Back to the Future Part III (Amiga, Image Works)

    But first, stick with your earlier requests.

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    Exvania (Arcade) - A Bomberman-inspired game by Namco, percussion-heavy music with lots of orchestra hits.

    Signatory (X68000) - Adventure game by NCS.

    Spikey in Transylvania (C64) - A Codemasters game about vikings and vampires. The music is by Ashley Hogg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1983parrothead View Post
    Thanks for your efforts, nx666. Here are three new requests:

    Sand Scorpion (FACE, Arcade)
    Hacha Mecha Fighter (NMK, Arcade)
    Cabal (TAD Corporation, Arcade)

    Back to the Future (MSX, Pony Canyon)
    Back to the Future Part II (Amiga, Image Works)
    Back to the Future Part III (Amiga, Image Works)

    But first, stick with your earlier requests.
    I can't do Hacha Mecha Fighter and Cabal and I'm not doing MSX games right now either. This condenses your list down to 3 requests, so you escape my ire this time


    A little bonus for today:

    Cabal (Amiga) - I never really liked that type of game, but if I remember right this was a fairly well-regarded port by Ocean. The music stays close to the Arcade original and there are also a few extra tunes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twinbee74 View Post
    Thanks as always for the C64 & Amiga updates. I just wanted to let you know that your link for Thanatos (C64) actually links to Wiz (C64).
    Cheers.
    Thanks, it's fixed now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1983parrothead View Post
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    That means your next rips should be all home computer versions of Back to the Future games to be ripped. Starting with...


    Back to the Future (MSX, Pony Canyon)
    Back to the Future Part II (Amiga, Image Works)
    Back to the Future Part III (Amiga, Image Works)

    But first, stick with your earlier requests.
    Uh, no.

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