Sound Test Vol.2 - My Life in Racing Games
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Keith's back with another music pod! At last!! Was it worth the wait? You betcha! A tale of how young Keith fell in love with 8-bit SEGA racing games, then 16-bit SEGA racing games, then SEGA arcade racing games, you get the hint (hahahahahha). But seriously, let him tell you tales via the medium of sound and some of the best soundtracks to racing games ever created.

Splash Wave - Outrun - Master System (1987) - Hiroshi Kawaguchi    Enduro Racer - BGM 1 - (1987) - Hiroshi Kawaguchi    Super Monaco GP - Concentration - (1990) - Tokuhiko Uwabo    Super Hang-On - Winning Run Mickey Ver. (Mega Drive version released 1990) - Katsuhiro Hayashi, Koichi Namiki    Power Drift - Artistic Traps - (1988) - Hiroshi Kawaguchi    F-Zero - Big Blue - (1990) - Yumiko Kanki, Naoto Ishida   Road Rash - Grass Valley - (1991) - Rob Hubbard   Virtua Racing - course select - (1992) - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi   Street Racer - Frank's course - (1995) - Matt Furniss   Daytona USA (Saturn) - The King Of Speed - (1993/1995) - Takenobu Mitsuyoshi   Sega Rally (Saturn) - Conditioned Reflex, My Dear Friend, Rally - (1994/1995) Takenobu Mitsuyoshi, Naofumi Hataya, Takayuki Hijikata   Wipeout - (PlayStation) - Cold Comfort - (1995) Tim Wright (as Cold Storage)    Manx TT Superbike (Saturn) -Track 5 - (1997) - Howard Drossin   Gran Turismo 2 - Arcade Mode - (1999) Masahiro Andoh, Isamu Ohira    Burnout 3 Takedown - Broken Promises - (2004) - Moments in Grace    Tourist Trophy - TT Mode Menu Music - (2005) - Sun Paulo and Makoto    Outrun 2 Coast to Coast - Risky Ride - (2006) -Hiroshi Kawaguchi, Fumio Ito, Richard Jacques   

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