Back in 1994 I had one of my earliest and most inspirational experiences with the concept of a soundtrack and how it could influence a piece of work when I played and adored Shining Force 2 for the Sega Megadrive
Many of us nerds know how amazing the Megadrive soundchip was for crunchy synth bass and crisp beats but what can get overlooked is the amazing compositional prowess of some of the unsung heroes of the 16 bit era.
That said I present to you a reinterpretation of the work of Motoaki Takenouchi with of course some new elements and a dose of Bamnan magic sprinkled in there.
I don’t think you really need to have played the game or even been a fan of videogame music of the era to enjoy it so I’m hoping some of you will give it a spin and bring yourselves back to 1994 (or thereabouts):
thank you for taking the time to read or listen.