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    HAIL TO THE KING, BABY xboy_in_da_house's Avatar
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    These game soundtracks deserve to be here in RadioSEGA

    Gauntlet 4, Master of Monsters, Devlish and Socket/Time Dominator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xboy_in_da_house View Post
    Gauntlet 4, Master of Monsters, Devlish and Socket/Time Dominator.
    None of those games were developed or published by SEGA. I've added them to my third-party to-do list.
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    Looks like the Project 575 category is missing a song - "おまえら"にアリガトウ / "Omaera" ni Arigatou by Utata-P

    Also, something else I noticed, Travel to The Other Side of The Moon (Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- Arcade Future Tone), the version on the playlist is the original GUMI and SONiKA version, rather than the Rin and Len version that is used in the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisylizzie View Post
    Travel to The Other Side of The Moon (Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- Arcade Future Tone), the version on the playlist is the original GUMI and SONiKA version, rather than the Rin and Len version that is used in the game.
    There's a couple of instances of this on the Playlist under Project DIVA. I know there's a similar issue with our version of the DIVA 1st soundtrack. On the list of bits for today to look into that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenViper8 View Post
    There's a couple of instances of this on the Playlist under Project DIVA. I know there's a similar issue with our version of the DIVA 1st soundtrack. On the list of bits for today to look into that.
    Haha, the Project Diva weirdness goes deeper than I thought. Cool cool. No huge rush, just figured I'd have to mention it eventually, much as I love that version.

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    I've asked before on the forum and I know I mentioned this in the Discord server. Please add Tembo the Badass Elephant! We need our fix of Tembo music here. Thank you! LOL!

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    I think it would be pretty cool if the Sonic Xtreme conceptual music could be in RadioSega.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GabrielSomething View Post
    I think it would be pretty cool if the Sonic Xtreme conceptual music could be in RadioSega.
    Nevermind, i'm dumb. I forgot that Xtreme is with an "-".

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    Unless I can't find it, it looks like the GO SEGA - 60th ANNIVERSARY Album is not in the playlist. There's a bunch of repetition with available tracks, however the HIRO remastering of everything is pretty special IMO. Would be a cool add (and I have it if that helps...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Long View Post
    Unless I can't find it, it looks like the GO SEGA - 60th ANNIVERSARY Album is not in the playlist. There's a bunch of repetition with available tracks, however the HIRO remastering of everything is pretty special IMO. Would be a cool add (and I have it if that helps...)
    Yeah, the only tracks from GO SEGA represented on the playlist are those that were a first for the playlist, like from UFO CATCHER DX, DRAGON TREASURE and (until a recent replace) Wonderland Wars. I assume when you mention HIRO remastering, you're referring to the way all the music was designed to sound as if were recorded the same year the game released.

    I don't think there's other instances of multiple masters being available for request (not counting mistakes we've made), so those retro tracks probably won't be added. Otherwise I would gladly add those and especially tracks from the G.S.M. albums. The closest I can think of is some Turbo Out Run songs in the OutRun2006 Coast 2 Coast folder that I added, but that's because how Turbo Out Run currently is on the playlist (taken from OutRun 20th Anniversary Box), the tracks are missing some instruments. I should probably just find an accurate game rip and add that.
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    OK. I see what you're saying. My understanding of the GO SEGA 60th album is that Hiro himself went back and pulled all this stuff and then remastered it himself. This was a massive undertaking for the 60th Anniversary. It's likely that you wouldn't notice too much the difference between the originals and what he remastered, but listening to it from the original CDs, it's pretty damn impressive. Given there are 108 tracks, it's a lot to go through and see what might be missing from the catalog.

    Anyway, even if it doesn't get added, I highly recommend checking it out yourself because it is sensational sounding to my ears and I've listened to this stuff from the original releases of the games, OSTs, and on Radio Sega for years and it still floored me how good it is.

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