Upon dropping the needle on Ship to Shore’s release of the Largrange Point soundtrack, one wonders just how the music to an 8-bit game for the Nintendo Famicom can sound so amazingly full. Honestly, the music on Lagrange Point rivals the likes of such 16-bit scores like Outrun, and it’s all due to a chip inside the cartridge — Konami’s VRC7 sound generator integrated circuit.
Read the full review at Starburst Magazine. Published 1/7/17
Knowing that Mondo’s Castlevania 10-inch vinyl release is just the first of five releases only makes it that much sweeter to put on the turntable. While hearing the theme music coming from a quality, non-bootleg release is amazing in and of itself, the work the label did on this release is just wonderful.
Read the full review at Starburst Magazine. Published 8/25/16
Since the Out Run soundtrack showed up last week, we’ve been getting so much more accomplished. The music, released to vinyl in celebration of the driving game’s 30th anniversary, is absolutely infectious and suitable for motivating you to get anything done — be it driving, racing, cruising, or otherwise, this is vigorously energetic music. If you’re familiar with Out Run, you’ll know that it’s held up as the platonic ideal of driving games, and a large portion of the game’s success is the music by Hiroshi “Hiro” Kawaguchi, Masayoshi Ishi, Manabu Namiki, and Jane-Evelyn Nisperos.
Read the complete review at Starburst Magazine. Published on 8/9/16
For those not willing to drop the fantastic amount of money required for the complete Fallout 4 score on sextuple LP, there’s a single picture disc vinyl LP available direct from the GameStop online store. It contains eight tracks of Inon Zur’s score and hits all the highlights from the 65 cuts composed for the game.
Read the complete review of Inon Zur’s Fallout 4 score at Starburst Magazine. Published 6/10/16