PixelTunes Radio VGM Podcast – Episode 74: SPOOKYTUNES 3!



Halloween is upon us, and that means it’s time for another episode of SpookyTunes! Join SpoOoOoOky Mike and the Edless Horseman as they shake the skeletons from their closets and drag out some of the ghastliest video game music around. With composers like Matt Furniss, Koji Kondo, Danny Baranowski, and Shinji Hosoe in the mix, you KNOW this is going to be an episode you’ll take to the grave! Happy Halloween, everybody!

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The Tracklist:

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

1 – Majyuuou (SFC, 1995) – “Ice Palace” – Tomohiro Endo, Hiroshi Iizuka

2 – Bill’s Tomato Game (Genesis, 1992 Unreleased) – “Theme 4” – Matt Furniss

3 – Night Slashers (Arcade, 1993) – “Stage 3/Under the Moonlight” – Tatsuya Kiuchi, Tomoyoshi Sato

4 – Left 4 Dead – (PC/Mac/Xbox360, 2008) – “Witch Enroacher” – Mike Morasky

5 – New Ghostbusters 2 (NES, 1992) – “Level 4: the River of Slime” – Jun Ishikawa, Hiroaki Suga

6 – Super Mario World (SNES, 1991) – “Ghost House” – Koji Kondo

7 – 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors – (DS, 2010) – “Quietus” – Shinji Hosoe

8 – Death Road to Canada – (PC, 2016) – “Frankenstein Goes to Jamaica/ Theme of a Broken Car” – Joey Grady

9 – Sword of the Berserk: Gut’s Rage (Dreamcast, 2000) – “The Burning City” – Susumu Hirasawa, Masaya Imoto, Hiromi Murakami

10 – Blood – (DOS, 1997) – “Dark Carnival” – Daniel Bernstein, Guy Whitmore

11 – Addams Family (SNES, 1992) – “Wonderfully Gloomy Atmosphere” – Jonathan Dunn

12 – Super Meat Boy (PC etc, 2010) – “Betus Blues” – Danny Baranowski

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PixelTunes Radio is a celebration of video game music in an hour long (give or take a few minutes) podcast format. Created by Ed (Ruiner9) Wilson and Michael (Miketendo) Levy, the concept is simple: every two weeks a new episode with a different theme is released. There's tons of colorful commentary, awesome video game music and of course, hilarious gamer-related fake commercials to enjoy. Please make sure to also download our podcast on iTunes and also on Youtube.com/dongled for a video-streaming option.