Episode 360: Same But Different

In this episode, Karl & Will explore an interesting situation in video game music. This is where a game, for various reasons, had multiple soundtracks. Whether it was due to differing platforms, technology, or even copyright reasons, this is an interesting look at multiple composers scoring the same stage or setting. Enjoy!

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The Lost Vikings - Charles Deenen - SNES - Factory
The Lost Vikings - Allister Brimble - Amiga - Factory
1943 Kai - Manami Matsumae, Takashi Tateishi - Arcade - Air Battle A
1943 Kai - Hisashi Matsushita, Daisuke Morishima - PC Engine - Original Mode 6
Sonic CD - Naofumi Hataya - Sega CD - Palmtree Panic Present (Japanese)
Sonic CD - Spencer Nilsen & David Young - Sega CD - Palmtree Panic Present (US)
Jurassic Park - Jonathan Dunn - SNES - Triceratops Trot
Jurassic Park - Sam Powell - Genesis - Jungle
Donkey Kong Country 3 - Eveline Fischer - SNES - Cascade Capers
Donkey Kong Country 3 - David Wise - GBA - Cascade Capers
Batman: Return of the Joker - Naoki Kodaka - NES - Stage 1: Gotham in Danger
Batman: Return of the Joker - Manami Matsumae - Game Boy - Stage 1: The Sewers
Aladdin - Donald Griffin - Genesis - Gloomy Tune
Aladdin - Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara - SNES - Cave of Wonders
Sonic 3D Blast - Jun Senoue - Genesis - Green Grove Zone Act 1
Sonic 3D Blast - Richard Jacques - Saturn - Green Grove Zone Act 1
Sonic 3 - SEGA Sound Team - Genesis - Launch Base Zone Act 1
Sonic 3 - Shigeaki Irie, Masaaki Nishizawa - PC - Launch Base Zone Act 1
Flashback - Jean Baudlot, Fabrice Visserot - Genesis - Ending
Flashback - Jean Baudlot, Fabrice Visserot - Sega CD - Ending