Concluding a 2-part solo series focusing on obscure and failed CD-based consoles, Ed takes his 3DO off the shelf, dusts off the cobwebs, and delves into some of the music from games exclusive to the platform. There’s a lot to be explored here, with some extremely unique and memorable tunes that you may be hearing for the first time! From games with rockin’ music like Autobahn Tokio, the atmospheric dystopian beats of Iron Angel of the Apocalypse, or the playful industrial of Gridders, you’ll find a bunch of surprises and maybe a few new favorites!
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1 – “Cloud City” from Crash ‘n Burn (1993) Composed by Burke Trieschmann, Arranged by Dan Nicholson
2 – “Course 5” from Autobahn Tokio (1995, Japan exclusive) by an Unknown Composer
3 – “Level 1” from Blade Force (1995) Composed by Nick Lockwood
4 – “Water” from Chiki Chiki Machine Mou Race (1995) by an Unknown Composer
5 – “Music 6” from Gridders (1994) Composed by Doug Benson
6 – “Menu Mix B” from Pro Yakyuu Virtual Stadium – Professional Baseball (1995, Japan exclusive) by Michael J Sokyrka remixed by Adam Bravin
7 – “Antares” from Stellar 7: Draxon’s Revenge (1993) Composed by Christopher Stevens
8 – “Battle Against Baltan” from Ultraman Powered (1994, Japan exclusive) Composed by Kishou Yamanaka
9 – “Floor 3” from Iron Angel of the Apocalypse (1994) Composed by Norikazu Miura
10 – “Happy New Liver” from Virtuoso (1994) Composed by Thai Dyed Suicide