Ghouls 'N Ghosts - Soundtrack
I haven't really had much to do with "modern" music for a very long time, there isn't much that's new and shiny that takes my fancy. Mainly because it's not very new and shiny. Stuff that's newish that I do listen to (Kavinski, Alden Tyrell, Freak Electrique etc) isn't doing anything particularly interesting or innovative, but it does what it does well. Which is more than your basic four fuckwits from Fulham type band can do. Come to think of it, anyone that wants to be in a band should fuck off. Let every single band be press-ganged, I want to hear two teenage girl sock factory workers and a pissed old man attempt an acid house revival using only a bucket, an acoustic guitar with three strings and the soulful noise that only the clatter of spoon on spoon can provide. Fuck me, I've just worked out my retirement plan. See on you the cover on NME circa 2040 (oh, it'll still be there, it's like a cockroach).
Oh yes. Ghouls'N Ghosts soundtrack. The aforemented Kavinski did an EP that reminded me of computer game music and Tim Follin (who did this) is one of the best. This is the Amiga soundtrack, the title track is amazing, as is the high score music. In fact I added the c64 version of that as well because it's been rammed into my skull for the last two days.
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