Episode 99 Part 1: SpookyTunes 4

Download Episode 99 Part 1: “SpookyTunes 4” here!

It’s a bonafide Halloween party! On the evening before Retroworld Expo 2017, the PTR boys gathered VGM fans from far and wide: Emily from the VGM Jukebox, Pernell from Rhythm & Pixels, and frequent PTR guest hosts Cam Werme and Todd Mason all in one room to record a VERY special episode of SpookyTunes 4.  Join the party and listen to some of the creepiest tracks to ever hit your podcast feed!

Also, stay tuned next week when PTR unleashes the LIVE AUDIO from their panel at Retroworld Expo!

Thanks to Chris Murray for submitting a PixelChat question. Send YOUR questions for us to answer at pixeltunesradio@gmail.com!

Check out Emily’s VGM Podcast: The VGM Jukebox

Find Pernell’s VGM Podcast at: Rhythm & Pixels

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The Tracklist:

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

1 – The 7th Guest (PC, 1993)- “Music Box (Puzzles)” – George Sanger

2 – Ecco the Dolphin: The Tides of Time (Genesis, 1994) – “Moray Abyss” – Attila Dobos, András Magyari, Andy Armer, David Javelosa

3  – Wild Arms 2 (PS1, 1999) – “Pinch Type 1” – Michiko Naruke

4 – Brave Fencer Musashi (PS1, 1998) – “Somnolent Forest” – Tsuyoshi Sekito

5 – Ontamarama (NDS, 2007) – “Trance Macabre” – Toshikazu Tanaka, Mitsuhiro Kaneda, Kimihiro Abe, Noriyuki Kamikura

6 – Treasure Buster (iOS, 2016) – “Tomb of Sentient Ooze” – Matt Creamer (Norrin_Rad)


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1 Response to Episode 99 Part 1: SpookyTunes 4

  1. Spritz says:

    Trance Macabre sounds like Michiru Yamane and Motoi Sakuraba had a child, and the child is that track.

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