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Video Game Soundtracks Represent On The 2014 Classic FM Hall Of Fame

The Classic FM Hall Of Fame 2014 has now finished having broadcast across the Easter holiday here in the United Kingdom; and it’s been another sensational year for the campaign to get more recognition for classical and orchestrated video game music – with a record eight games represented in the list

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Music Monday: "Escape from the City"- A cover by NateWantsToBattle

I hope everyone had a happy and safe Easter weekend!

So, my problem with covers is that they are not sung by the original artist and they usually are not very good.  229 more words


References Part 1: Slide Penguin Slide & Keep Battles

Video games do not spontaneously generate, but rather emerge from the collective work of an individual or group of persons. Even if we consider a game made by one person, nobody works without some dependence on the work of others, and so it is useful to consider the ways in which games are influenced by and emerge through the work of others. 768 more words

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New Strategic Presentation Post under Musical Membrane

Follow the bitly link or read about the obscure track To be Reborn by Billy Howerdel on Musical Membrane.

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Meditation Music: Summer Fields

This song, originally from the video game Fable, is meant to convey a deep sense of peacefulness, and makes me recall the setting it was designed for: the peaceful summer fields of the protagonist’s safe, somewhat sleepy home village in the country. 26 more words

Ep. 21 - Mega Man 2 & 3 / Music

Get your weapons ready! This week, Jim and Kevin reminisce about memorable game music; then the duo figure out the secrets of having thicker, fuller robot hair.

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Retro Beats: Double Dragon

Sometimes I just want to play a game so I can hear some music that can really pump me up. One game I always have to pick up and pop in the ol’ Nintendo is Double Dragon. 204 more words