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The Legacy Music Hour #80: Free Play 8

Brent and Rob play whatever they want to close out Season 8.  The unintentional theme of this Free Play episode: Boys.  TurboGrafx-16, Genesis, Super Nintendo, Nintendo – they’re all here on The Legacy Music Hour, featuring the best video game music from the 8-bit and 16-bit era.  Full track listing below.

Game – Composer – Song – Company – Console – Year (North American release unless otherwise indicated)

Jennifer Capriati Tennis – Hiroki Kamata – Ending 1 – System Sacom/Renovation – Genesis – 1992

Target Renegade – Tim Follin – Name Entry – Software Creations/Taito – NES – 1990

Ganbare! Golf Boys – Atsuhiro Motoyama – Passing Illusion – Masaya/Dual – PC Engine – 1989

Seiken Densetsu 3 – Hiroki Kikuta – Walls and Steels – Square – Super Famicom – 1995

Neutopia II – Keita Hoshi – Ending 3 – Hudson Soft – TurboGrafx-16 – 1992

Sutte Hakkun – Akito Nakatsuka – Stage 4 – Nintendo – Super Famicom – 1998

Gai Flame – unknown – unknown – Masaya – PC Engine – 1990

Tenchi Sōzō – Miyoko Kobayashi – Light Side Field – Quintet/Enix – Super Famicom – 1995

Blaster Master 2 – Sound Images – Stage 7 – Software Creations/Sunsoft – Genesis – 1993

Override – Y. Santoh – Stage 4 – Sting/Data East – PC Engine – 1991

Nikkan Sports Pro Yakyuu VAN – Naofumi Hataya – Sound Code 86 – Sega – Mega Drive – 1991

Wardner – Osamu Ohta, Kazuo Okabayashi (arr.) – To Underground – Toaplan/Dragnet/Mentrix Software – Genesis – 1991

Double Dungeons – unknown – Dungeon – Masaya/NEC – TurboGrafx-16 – 1989

Last Bible III – Hiroyuki Yanada – Felest Tower – Atlus – Super Famicom – 1995

Final Fantasy – Nobuo Uematsu – Shop – Square – NES – 1990

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2 comments

  • Anything CD related would fall outside of what we look at, however, Rob may have accidently played a TurboGrafx-CD track on one of the earlier episodes.

  • You may have mentioned it at one time and I missed it but whwere does the TG-16 CD music fall for your guys? I loved Ys Books 1 & 2 and the music was stored on the disk as a regular CD track and was pretty clearly not regular TG music.

    Anyways thanks for doing it guys. I love the show and how it takes me right back to when having the NES SNES Genesis and TG-16 CD make me the king of my little nerd world.