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Exclusive: Vince DiCola vs Saturday Morning RPG samples


7:30 PM on 01.15.2013
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Okay, there better be a lot of fans of Vince DiCola out there. And even if you don't know him by name, there better be a lot of fans of his music. DiCola is the man responsible for the soundtracks to the animated Transformers film from the '80s as well as Rocky IV among other titles.

As it turns out, he and his writing partner, Kenny Meriedeth, have ventured into indie game territory with an episodic title called Saturday Morning RPG, which appropriately pays homage to the 1980s. Even better, however, is that we have exclusive samples of the soundtrack for you courtesy of the Mighty Rabbit Studios team and Destructoid's SoundCloud account.

Check them out below, let us know what you think, and watch for our full soundtrack review in Note Worthy later this week! 






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