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  • Interprète: Various
  • Titre: Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits
  • Taille FLAC: 2656 mb
  • Pays: US
  • Date de publication: Mar 2018
  • Style: Score, Soundtrack
  • # Catalogue: SL9-2036-1-6
  • Label: Spacelab9
  • Classement: 4.3 of 5
  • Genre: Écran
Various - Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits flac

Tracklist

1Game Play - New Rally X3:16
2High Score - Dig Dug (Game Sound Effect)0:51
3Game Play - Bosconian3:59
4In-Game Music - Mappy (Game Sound Effect)2:49
5Main Theme - The Return Of Ishtar (Original Soundtrack)1:45
6Game Play - Dig Dug (Game Sound Effect)1:42
7BGM: Crag - Dragon Buster Original Soundtrack1:15
8Game Over - Sky Kid (Original Soundtrack)0:06
9Game Play - Galaga2:56
10Game Over - Dig Dug (Game Sound Effect)0:02
11Miss - Pac-Man (Game Sound Effect)0:03
12In-Game Music - Tower of Druaga1:41
13Game Play - Gaplus (Game Sound Effect)5:09
14Sky Kid March - Sky Kid (Original Soundtrack)1:37
15Evil Cross & Nightmares (Stage 4) Splatterhouse Original Soundtrack1:20
16Main BGM - Rolling Thunder (Original Soundtrack)3:19
17Game Play - Xevious (Game Sound Effect)1:41
18Ending - Splatterhouse Original Soundtrack2:14
19Game Play - Pac-Man (Game Sound Effect)2:00

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SL9-2036-1-6Various Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Ltd, Mix)Spacelab9SL9-2036-1-6US2018
SL9-2036-1-6Various Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Ltd, GAL)Spacelab9SL9-2036-1-6US2018
SL9-2036-1-6Various Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Ltd, Spl)Spacelab9SL9-2036-1-6US2018

Crédits

  • Composed ByJunko Ozawa (tracks: B10, B12-B16), Katsuro Tajima (tracks: B17-B18), Nobuyuki Ohnogi (tracks: A2-A4, A9), Toshio Kai (tracks: A1, B19), Yuriko Keino (tracks: A5-A8, B11)
  • Mastered ByAnders Peterson

Remarques

"PAC-MAN" Colored Variant limited to 200 copies.

The first pressing of the NAMCO MUSUEM: ARCADE GREATEST HITS LP comes packaged in a “multicade” die-cut jacket, which simulates an actual arcade cabinet bezel, interacting with the full color, heavy stock inner sleeve allowing you to display your choice of action screens from PAC-MAN, GALAGA, MAPPY or DIG DUG! The package also includes a 8-page full-color booklet featuring original arcade artwork and additional information about each game.

Codes-barres

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A (Stamped)): 168154E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B (Stamped)): 168154E2/A

Entreprises

  • Mastered At – GS Mastering & Post
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.
  • Pressed By – GZ Media – 168154E
  • Exclusive Retailer – Spacelab9

Video

Album

A release by SPACELAB9. A single LP featuring a compilation of classic Namco music, sound effects, and. Also included is a booklet containing information and game controls for all of the games included on the album. Side A Game Play PAC-MAN Game Play Galaga Game first pressing of the NAMCO MUSEUM: ARCADE GREATEST HITS LP comes packaged in a multicade die-cut jacket, which simulates an actual arcade cabinet bezel, interacting with the full color, heavy stock inner sleeve allowing you to display your choice of action screens from PAC-MAN, GALAGA, MAPPY or DIG DUG The package also includes a stunning 8-page full-color booklet featuring original arcade artwork and additional information about each game. Altre versioni 4 di 4 Visualizza tutto. Various Artists Artist Format: Vinyl. Listen to all tracks of Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits for free. Tracks In This Album. Game Play Pac-Man - Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits - Various. Game Play Galaga - Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits - Various. Game Play New Rally X - Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits - Various. In-Game Music Mappy - Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits - Various. Game Play Xevious - Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits - Various. Game Play Dig Dug - Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits - Various. High Score Dig Dug - Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits - Various. arcade pacman namco spacelab9 gaming gamer. Album release date: 26 February 2018. 1 Pac Man Game Play Mastered And Trimmed. Not available in Russian Federation. N letter soundtracks. Namco Museum - Greatest Arcade Hits. Namco Museum - Greatest Arcade Hits Contents Pixel Explosion Variant. Published by. Spacelab9. Spacelab9 exclusive. Side A: Tracks 1-9 Side B: Tracks 10-19. Album was composed by and was released on February 27, 2018. Soundtrack consists of 19 tracks tracks with duration over about 40 minutes. Album was released by Spacelab9. Posts to: United Kingdom and many other countries See details. Details about NAMCO MUSEUM: ARCADE GREATEST HITS LP Vinyl Record video game Soundtrack - new. See original listing. NAMCO MUSEUM: ARCADE GREATEST HITS LP Vinyl Record video game Soundtrack - new. Photos not available for this variation. Condition . Namco Museum is a series of video game compilations developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for home video game consoles. The first title in the series was released for the PlayStation in 1995, titled Namco Museum Vol. There were five follow-up compilations for the platform. Several other iterations of the series would be released for a variety of systems, the latest being Namco Museum Archives Vol. 2, released in 2020. The Namco Museum name was originally used for a chain of retail. Namco Museum ナムコミュージアムNamuko Myūjiamu is a series of video game compilations containing games created by Namco during the 1980's and the early 1990's. Namco started the Namco Museum compilations on November 22nd, 1995 for the original Sony PlayStation, and they continue to this very day. The series has seen some growth and some decline, some good entries and some mediocre entries, but the series continues, and has appeared on many consoles from the 5th generation onward, even getting its own. Unknown Artist. Album: Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits. Genre: Electronic, Stage & Screen. mp3 album size: 1828 mb. ape album size: 1608 mb. wma album size: 1210 mb. Other music formats. SL9-2036-1-6. Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits LP, Ltd, GAL

Commentaires (1)

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An interesting record to say the least. From Spacelab comes a longly teased Namco Museum release, in pretty awesome packaging. It is top notch.This comes in a die-cut jacket with an inner printed sleeve that you can switch between Pac-Man or Galaga; Mappy if you decide to put the booklet in front. The site mentions Dig Dug, however this is misleading as it's printed on the inside of the jacket, you'll only see it if both the sleeve and booklet are removed from the jacket. The booklet is nice visual candy for a minute or two while the sounds of 80s nostalgia blasts over your head.For this release, I got the Pac-Man variant. Initial photos of the record that were shown on the internet are somewhat humorous as the Pac-Man design differs from copy to copy. Mine looks like Pac-Man's jaw is extended to its limit. The audio was terrifically mastered by Mr. Peterson for the vinyl format, no complaints on that front. The pressing is surprisingly good. There is little surface noise on the record, unfortunately there is noticeably more noise as the needle transitions to and from the yellow and clear portions but it is barely noticeable, you'd have to be listening for it to notice in the silent portions.As for the audio itself, it's a mixed bag. I can understand why for the earlier games they went with the 'gameplay' recordings, with sound effects layered on top as the tracks themselves are only seconds long loops but I think they could have still done it without all the extra sounds. Also kind of odd to have the Pac-Man 'miss' sound at the end of Side II when it's already at the end of the Pac-Man track on Side I. Seems forced.I would recommend this release to collectors or listeners of video game music in general. This is probably not something you're going to put on often, maybe once and then put it away. It could be useful for a gaming party or a 80s event or even in the background as you work on something. Otherwise it is an interesting little novelty record.
Definitely agree with this. Awesome release, odd mix of songs. The packaging is the best part about it. I'm glad I have it and definitely makes me want to play some old arcade games, but it's not something I'll listen to very often.

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