Jun Chikuma (Colv) (Pnk) - Bomberman Hero - O.S.T. [Colored Vinyl] (Pnk) | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. foehn
2. supplement
3. redial
4. stage clear
5. monogenic
6. oropharynx
7. map clear
8. untitled scene - long
9. cell
10. dessert
11. realtor
12. fatidic
13. wok
14. rescue
15. dark trap
16. mimesis
17. i am nitros
18. tripod
19. silent pressure
20. spiral
21. landlord
22. cosmo space
23. zip
24. garden's defeat
25. milky
26. beak
27. ending
28. ooze

More Info:

Ship to Shore PhonoCo. Is very proud to announce the release of the original N64 soundtrack to Bomberman Hero, now officially available on vinyl for the first time! Fan-favourite Bomberman Hero first appeared on the Nintendo 64 in 1998, and promptly blew everyone's collective minds with it's soundtrack. Series regular Jun Chikuma continued her winning streak of memorable VGM compositions by changing the formula to the franchise completely and removed all traces of chiptune. Instead, drum & bass, leftfield electro and even a touch of acid techno rip through the proceedings, like 808 State remixed by a chilled-out Goldie, making this album not just a bonafide classic for VGM fans but also a damn fine LP for electronic & breakbeat enthusiasts. Outside of it's Japanese CD release in 1998 (now excruciatingly difficult to find - and afford!), the album has been unavailable in international markets, besides the occasional inferior-sounding LP bootleg, which is why we are so thrilled with this pressing: it's the first official release of the soundtrack on vinyl - mastered from a new original hardware recording - and it should absolutely not be missed!"Bomberman, you're back!"