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Episode from the podcastRETRO VGM REVIVAL HOUR

STAGE 54: Pinball Games

Released Wednesday, 28th February 2018
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In the days before video games, various local arcades were packed wall-to-wall with pinball machines.

Playing a pinball game is total feast for the senses. there are so many different ways to appreciate it, each experience is filled with great history, are technically innovative, display beautiful artwork, and have amazing sound. Playing a pinball machine is an immersive, interactive experience!

so for todays STAGE of the retro VGM Revival hour we are going to play some selected tracks from various pinball games to begin your journey to pinball wizard status.

===========Game – Composer – Title – Year – Company========

1.) Vegas – Unknown – “Main Play”- July 1st, 1990 – Jon Norris/D. Gottlieb & Co – Pinball

2.) Millionaire – Chris Granner – “Main Play & Track 1” – 1987 – Jerry Armstrong/Williams Electronic Games, Inc. – Pinball

3.) Swords of Fury – Brian Schmidt – “Main Play” – June 1988 -Doug Watson, Steve Kirk & Tony Kraemer/Williams Electronic Games, Inc. – Pinball

4.) Lights…Camera…Action! – Dave Zabriskie – “Main Play, Multiball & Stunt Scene” – 1989 – Jon Norris/D. Gottlieb & Co – Pinball

5.) Playboy 35th Anniversary – Brian Schmidt – “Multiball & Main Play” – May 1989 – Ed Cebula & Joe Kaminkow/Data East USA, Inc. – Pinball

6.) Batman Forever – Brian Schmidt – “Track 4, Track 14 & Main Play” – July 1995 – Joe Kaminkow & Paul Leslie/SEGA – Pinball

7.) Star Trek – Brian Schmidt – “Multiball & Main Play” – January 1991 – Ed Cebula & Joe Kaminkow/Data East – Pinball

8.) Title Fight – Unknown – “Multiball” – 1990 – Ray Tanzer/D. Gottlieb & Co – Pinball

9.) WWF Royal Rumble – Norm Wurz – “Doink, Unknown Track 1 & Lex Luger” – May 1994 – Joe Kaminkow & Tim Seckel/Data East – Pinball

10.) Attack from Mars – Dan Forden – “Multiball“ – December 1995 – Brian Eddy/Bally Manufacturing Co. – Pinball

11.) Police Force – Chris Granner – “Main Play & Multiball“ – August 1989 – Barry Oursler & Mark Ritchie/Williams Electronic Games, Inc. – Pinball

12.) F-14 Tomcat – Bill Parod & Chris Granner – “Main Play & Multiball“ – March 1987 – Steve Ritchie/Williams Electronic Games, Inc. – Pinball

13.) Elvira and the Party Monsters – Chris Granner – “Multiball” – October 1989 – Dennis Nordman & Jim Patla/Bally Manufacturing Co. – Pinball

14.) Lethal Weapon 3 – Brian Schmidt – “Main Play 2 (Instrumental of the ZZ Top song “well-dressed man”) & Main Play 3 (Based on the C & C Music factory song “Everybody Dance Now”)” – January 1992 – Ed Cebula & Joe Kaminkow/Data East – Pinball

15.) Last Action Hero – Brian Schmidt – “Main Play (Instrumental of the AC/DC song “Big Guns“) & Multiball”- August 1993 – Ed Cebula, Joe Kaminkow, John Borg & Tim Seckel/Data East – Pinball

16.) Twilight Zone – Chris Granner – “Multiball & Lock Is Lit (game Over Theme)“ – May 1993 – Pat Lawlor/Bally Manufacturing Co. – Pinball

17.) Black Knight 2000 – Brian Schmidt & Dan Forden – “Game Smart (main Theme), 2 Ball Multiball & 3 Ball Multiball” – April 1989 – Steve Ritchie/Williams Electronic Games, Inc. – Pinball

Huge shout out to Jay Hunter over at OSW Review For suggesting this Podcast Episode!!
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Edgar Velasco: @MoonSpiderHugs
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