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Phils Game Music Similarities - Outtakes #2

Tags: Zelda 3, Mega Man 2, Final Fantasy VI Hello, I've decided to bring some more Outtakes since I think they are at least worth a look: 1) Zelda 3 - A Link To The Past (1991): Can - Aumgn (1971): Maybe a little fat fetched, but I t...

 
 
 

Phils Game Music Similarities - Outtakes #1

Greetings fellow music lovers, this is my 50th entry for this blog. Celebration! Who'd guess I would make it this far.  But I have found so much stuff, I'll probably be in for one or the other interesting entry, so stay tuned for...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Phils Game Music Similarities Classics #5

Yes, I know my vacation is over. But I have come to realize that since the T-Square can has already been opened, we may just as well finish it here and now: I don't think I have to explain to anyone what song this sounds like a fragme...

 
 
 
 

Phils Game Music Similarities Classics #4

Greetings for my final classics entry before the end of my vacation. It features the well known Guile stage theme from Street Fighter 2 (1991): And without much comment the song "Travelers" from the japanese jazz fusion band T-Square:...

 
 
 

Phils Game Music Similarities Classics #3

Greetings fellow game music lovers. Today's classic similarity is the title theme of the C64 version of the action classic "Turrican" (1990): And as a comparison, the theme "Escape" from the 1986 movie of the Transformers franchise: ...

 
 
 

Phils Game Music Similarities Classics #2

Second classics entry, this time for the PC game Doom 2 (1994). The song "Running From Evil" (which plays in the very first level) has often been compared to sequences in Megadeths Hangar 18 (1990): Oh, but maybe one new fact: I thin...

 
 
 

Phils Game Music Similarities Classics #1

Hello, since I'm on vacation only a small update today. It contains a match that has already made its way through the web, but may not have been caught by everyone. It's the stage 1 theme from the 1986 NES/arcade game "Rygar": As ever...

 
 
 
 
 

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