Episode 35: N64 Nvasion

 

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The N64 was a very unique console compared to its competitors.  While Sony and Sega opted to use the CD-ROM format allowing for high-quality streaming audio, the N64’s cartridges used sequenced music. This resulted in some very interesting uses of sound, and Mike and Ed dish out some examples of the N64’s finest musical offerings. From old favorites like Banjo Kazooie to amazing and obscure titles like Rakuga Kids, this episode is a great overview of the console’s excellent soundtracks!

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The Tracklist:

*1 – Banjo Kazooie (1998) – “Mumbo’s Mountain” – Grant Kirkhope

*2 – Jet Force Gemini (1999) – “SS Anubis” – Robin Beanland, Graeme Norgate, Alistair Lindsay

*3 – Conker’s Bad Fur Day (2000) – “Rock Solid” – Robin Beanland

*4 – F-Zero X (1998) – “Devil’s Call In Your Heart” – Taro Bando, Hajime Wakai

*5 – Super Mario 64 (1996) – “Main Theme Overworld” – Koji Kondo

*6 – Mario Golf (1999) – “Koopa Cup” – Motoi Sakuraba

*7 – Rakuga Kids (1998) – “Orange Bridge” – Tomoya Tomita, Kozo Nakamura, Masahiko Kimura

*8 – Iggy’s Reckin Balls (1998) – “Tower 8” – Roy Wilkins

*9 – Zool Majuu Tsukai Densetsu (1999) – “Battle 2” – Ichiro Nemoto

*10 – Ridge Racer 64 (2000) – “Speed Nation” – Keith Arem

*11 – Beetle Adventure Racing! (1999) – “Mount Mayhem” – Phil Western, Scott Blackwood, Brenden Tennant.

*12 – Mischief Makers (1997) – “Volcanic” – Norio Hanzawa

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