Episode 48: Jaleco Jams

 

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Game developer and publisher Jaleco was the underdog, struggling for a foothold in the gaming industry alongside giants like Capcom and Konami. While they may not have been as successful as their competitors, they released quite a few gems, and with those gems came some amazing music, In-house composers like Yasuyuki Suzuki wrote some amazing pieces for Jaleco, and we’ve dug up a bunch of his best works and more!

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The Tracklist:

Format: Game Title (Year) (System) – Track Title – Composer(s)

1 – Astyanax(1990) (NES) – “Marshy Swamp” – Toshiko Tasaki 

2 – Banishing Racer (1991) (Game Boy)  – “Level 1” – Yasuyuki Suzuki

3 – Battle Unit Zeoth (1991) (GameBoy) – “Stage 1” – Unknown (Probably Akihito Hayashi)

4 –  Fortified Zone (1991) (Game Boy) – “Stage 3 (Cave)” – Tsukasa Tawada

5 – Ikkari No Yousai 2 (1992) (Game Boy) – “Stage 1 (Laboratory)” – Yasuyuki Suzuki, Kyobaka Sangou

6 – Soldam (1992) (Arcade) – “VS. Mode” – Yasuyuki Suzuki, Atsuyoshi Itsemura

7 – Operation Logic Bomb (1993) (SNES) – “Outside Area” – Yasuyuki Suzuki

8 – Cybattler (1993) (Arcade) – “Interception [Mission 1]” – Pao, U. Masaaki, Y. Tsugumi, Kikki

9 – Tuff E Nuff (1993) (SNES) – “Syoh’s Theme” – Yasuhiko Takashiba, Suguru Ishida

10 – The Peace Keepers (1994) (SNES) – “Yamaoka’s Dojo” – Atsuyoshi Itsemura, Hyu

11 – Dragon Seeds (1998) (PSX) – “Guardian” – Kenichi Arakawa, Ryo Yamazaki

12 – Carrier (2000) (Dreamcast) – “Lower Decks” – Teruyuki Mori, Shinichiro Nakamura, Toru Ohara

 

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