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86

The Legacy Music Hour: Outer Space

Brent and Rob go where no man has gone before: outer space.  That is, they focus on space related games and space levels for Episode 86.  And truth be told, other men (and women) have gone there before them, but not in this particular way, sharing music from games like Over Horizon and Target Earth.  Full track listing below.

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

Target Earth – Takayuki Suzuki – Surprise – NCS/DreamWorks – Genesis – 1990

Snoopy Concert – Minako Hamano – First Beagle on the Moon – Mitsui Fudosan/Pax Softonica/Nintendo – Super Famicom – 1995

To The Earth – unknown – Intro Cutscene – Nintendo – NES – 1989

Live A Live – Yoko Shimomura – Captain of the Shooting Stars! – Square – Super Famicom – 1994

Star Trek: The Next Generation: Echoes From the Past – Andrew Edlen – Codis Nu VI (First Visit) – MicroProse – Genesis – 1994

X – Kazumi Totaka – Mission 1 and 3 – Nintendo – Game Boy (Japan) – 1992

Star Fox – Hajime Hirasawa – Meteor – Nintendo – SNES -1993

Solar Jetman: Hunt for the Golden Warship – David Wise – Cyber Zone 2 – Rare/Tradewest – NES – 1990

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Crossroads of Time – Attila Dobos, Attila Heger, Gabor Kis, András Magyari, Steve Zuckermann – Hot Pursuit – Novotrade International/Playmates – Genesis – 1995

Star Ocean – Motoi Sakuraba – What Should Be – tri-Ace/Enix – Super Famicom – 1996

Space Shuttle Project – Scott Marshall – Title Screen – Absolute Entertainment – NES – 1991

Rocket Knight Adventures – Masanori Oouchi, Hiroshi Kobayashi, Masanori Adachi, Aki Hata, Michiru Yamane – Stage 6 – Konami – Genesis – 1993

Over Horizon – Masaharu Iwata (Rezon) – Stage 5 – Hot-B/Pixel – Famicom – 1991

Axelay – Taro Kudou – Cosmos – Konami – SNES – 1992

SDI: Strategic Defense Initiative – Katsuhiro Hayashi – Illusion (Stage 6, 7) – Sega – arcade – 1987