Embassy Exclusive is on the main VGMbassy feed again this month, free for all as an offering to those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
This month’s show is a solo show in which Ed shares a few more selections from the 3DO that weren’t necessarily exclusives. Jam out to a few selections from Crystal Dynamics’ in-house composer Burke Trieschmann, vibe to a lovely piece of golf music from Yumi Kinoshita, and learn a little about why the 3DO version of Starfighter is way better than the PS1 and Saturn ports. All that and a few more surprises await!
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1 – “Silt Sorrow (World 5-1 & 5-2)” from Off-World Interceptor (1994) Composed by Burke Trieschmann, Cinematic Composition by Steven S. Henifin
2 – “Aqueous Major (Swamp)” from Total Eclipse (1994) Composed by Burke Trieschmann
3 – “Funkin’ C” from Need for Speed (1994) Composed by Edwin Dolinski
4 – “Course Overview” from Pebble Beach Golf Links (1994) Composed by Yumi Satake
5 – “Freefall” from Star Fighter (1994) Composed by John Avery of Rhubarb Productions
6 – “Title Theme” from PO’ed (1995) Composed by Jim Savitt