Happy Halloween! It's a day late (I'm lazy), but here's the next request. Zombies Ate My Neighbors
is a pretty fun game with the quirkiest soundtrack you'll ever hear on the SNES. I love how eclectic it is.
Am I the only one who hears a tinge of Danny Elfman's "Batman" theme in the title screen music?
I apologize for the weird transition in the beginning. I messed up the drum intro so I went back to re-record that part. Unfortunately my china cymbal drowns out the sound of my snare at certain parts. Makes me wish I had drum mics so I wouldn't have to rely on the camera's audio anymore. It's also impossible to take out the drum track to this one, as the SNES game's drum tracks were programmed into each channel of the SNES sound chip (how weird!).
The next video or two may just be my own pick this time, but that doesn't mean I haven't forgotten about any requests. Keep 'em coming!
The music was requested by Gwen S. & Matt R.
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"Zombie Panic" was composed by George Alistair Sanger.
Zombies Ate My Neighbors
in Europe and Australia) was developed by LucasArts and published by Konami (SNES, Mega Drive/Genesis) and LucasArts (Virtual Console) in 1993/1994.
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