Episode 57: GameCube with The Messenger

Ed is joined by Alex Messenger, host of “A VGM Journey,” to explore some of the lesser-known GameCube exclusive soundtracks.

Nintendo created the GameCube to compete directly with Microsoft’s Xbox and Sony’s powerhouse PlayStation 2. It featured faster load times due to a mini-DVD game format, a fantastic selection of Nintendo first-party titles, and and adorably compact cube-like exterior. On today’s podcast, Ed is joined by Alex Messenger, host of “A VGM Journey,” to explore some of the lesser-known GameCube exclusive soundtracks. There are some real hidden gems in here, so get those ears ready!

You can find Alex’s podcast, “A VGM Journey,” on Anchor!


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The Tracklist:

1 – “Ricco Harbor” from Super Mario Sunshine (2002) Composed by Koji Kondo and Shinobu Tanaka

2 – “Last Dungeon” from Homeland (2005) Composed by Hayato Matsuo

3 – “Credits” from Odama (2006) Composed By Yutaka Minobe and Keiichi Sugiyama

4 – “Endgame” from Dragon Drive: D-Masters Shot (2003) Composed by Toshiya Yamanaka

5 – “Legendary Air Ride Machine” from Kirby Air Ride (2003) Composed by Shogo Sakai, Jun Ishikawa, Hirokazu Ando, Tadashi Ikegami and Akira Miyagawa

6 – “Tourai” from Tube Slider (2003) Composed by Mitsuteru Furukawa, Guitar Performance by Osamu Katsumori

7 – “Wakakusa GCC Spring Theme” from Swingerz Golf (2002) Composed by Shinji Tamura

8 – “Battle Royale” from Amazing Island (2004) Composed by Yuzo Koshiro and Motohiro Kawashima

9 – “Cup Battles Menu” from Super Mario Strikers (2005) Composed by Graig Robertson and Kyle Nordman

10 – “Mission 2” from P.N.03 (2003) Composed by Shusaku Uchiyama and Makoto Tomozawa

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