This week we have a very nice chat with Rich Vreeland, known to some as Disasterpeace, to others as the man behind the Fez soundtrack, and to Bryan as "that Cat Astro Phi guy." We cover all of the important things such as Splatoon's way funky tunes and also website domains for some reason (www.whalesarewhal.es coming soon). To top it off, Rich tallies up an impressive Train Your Brain score-- we think. The math was sort of confusing.
This week's Open Question: "Do you play certain songs, albums, and artists to fit different moods?"
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Music used in this episode:
- Chilling with the Monkey Porter (Train Station at 8 Season 2 Theme) - Bryan Kelly
- Grant Kirkhope plays Ukulele for Yooka-Laylee!! - Grant Kirkhope
- Dwarven Stone Upon Dwarven Stone - Adam Skorupa, Krzysztof Wierzynkiewicz
- Skies of Deception - Arika Yamasaki
- Avengers - Alan Silvestri
- Super Smash Bros. Melee Menu - Hirokazu Ando
- The Dark World - Koji Kondo
- L.A. Noir Theme - Andrew Hale
- TERNAL - Zan-zan-zawa-veia
- Westopolis - June Senoue
- Sarasaraland Online - coda
- Single Player Theme / Gusher Gauntlet - Toru Minegishi, Shiho Fujii
- Vampire's Ball (NES) - Jake Kaufman
- Stairway to Revelation - flashgoodness
- Wars World News - Advance Wars
- On the Beach of Dreams - Yasunori Mitsuda
- Rick the Hamster - Hirokazu Ando, Ikegami