Episode 30 – Street Fightin’ Songs


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The PixelTunes guys bring out the heavy hitters in this one! Join Mike and Ed as they dish out some tunes from fighting games, and debate which franchise is better: Street Fighter, or Mortal Kombat? They also check out music from Guilty Gear, Divekick, Dead or Alive 2, and more!

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The Tracklist

1 – Marvel vs Capcom 2 (Arcade)  – Cave Stage – Mitsuhiko Takano, Tetsuya Shibata

2 – Power Moves (SNES) – Warren Stage (Hawaii) – Hideki Suzuki

3 – Bushido Blade 2 (PSX) – Shadows I’m Fighting – Ryuji Sasai

4 – Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike (Arcade) – The Beep (Club Metro Stage) – Hideki Okugawa

5 – Mortal Kombat (Genesis) – The Pit – Dan Forden, Matt Furniss

6 – Tatsunoko vs Capcom Ultimate All Stars (Wii) – Orbital Ring Stage – Yasumasa Kitagawa, Kota Suzuki, Akihiko Narita, Reo Uratani

7 – Eternal Champions: Challenge From the Dark Side (Sega CD) – Blast’s Stage – Tristan Des Pres

8 – Guilty Gear – Holy Orders (Be Just or Be Dead) (PSX) – Daisuke Ishiwatari

9 – Divekick (PC) – Laboratory – Harrison Pretat

10 – Dead or Alive 2 (Dreamcast) – Vigaku – Makoto Hosoi

11 – Killer Instinct – Theme (N64) – Robin Beanland, Graeme Norgate

12 – Fighting Vipers (Saturn) – Theme of Sanman – David Leytze

*Outro Track*  SFIII 3rd Strike Character Select


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