Discussion in 'General Sonic Discussion' started by Shadix, Aug 7, 2008.
Hello Green Grove Act 1 Saturn.
I'm kinda mystified this comparison was not yet made considering this song is not at all obscure. Or maybe I'm so off the deep end the similarities are evident only to me. It's a coin flip!
The National Emblem March by Edwin Eugene Bagley. (The relevant bits are about 40 seconds in, in case you're that pressed for time)
Not Sonic but so close I had to tell someone. The theme song from the Toys that made us sounds almost exactly like Brawl in the Family's History of Nintendo
"I went to the shop"
"what did you buy?"
And one for the Mario fans:
Was listening to this, and it kinda reminded me of:
First song from 2:10
Oh, we can do better than that....
(try 1.5x for it to be even closer!)
Well this music making me singing CHA-LA!
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYnLO7MVKno[/youtube] (start at 0:57)
Found another one the other day, Mystic Merlin's Just Can't Give You Up, that sounds similar to that same part of Tidal Tempest, starting 50 seconds in:
According to the US manual (yes really), this inspired the rythms for the US version of Palmtree Panic in Sonic CD.
I'm pretty sure that it comes from a sample CD. The same sample is used by Hideki Naganuma in Ollie King's OST:
Listen to this at 2:14:
On the subject of shared samples:
I'd buy an Xbone for a Blinx sequel
Didn't expect Blinx and Ollie King to share samples. Never actually played Blinx, I should probably check it out on the XB1. Just googled and found out that it's backwards compatible.
1:01 Vs Narrative Cue: Pre Race (0:14) from TSR's soundtrack. What a find!
So, this one's been buggin' me for days now, I know I've heard something very similar out of one of the Streets of Rage games, but I can't quite place it, figured I might as well post it here as someone is bound to figure out the connection.
I was gonna say it sounds like Go Straight but then I listened for another second or two.
Definitely sounds like a SoR track but can't place it myself.
Reminds of Alien Power, or Never Return Alive.
Reminds me of this. Just a coincidence, I'd imagine, of being the same genre doing the same techniques at the same time but, it can't help getting one stuck in my head if I hear the other:
Psykosonik - Welcome to my Mind (starts at 0:27 mark):
Since Psykosonik replaced Hitoshi Sakimoto when the game was brought West.
Why does the background music of this sound so familiar?
Disregard, found the same sample used in Futrama:
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