Retro VGM Revival Hour – DOUBLE DRAGON

Double Dragon is considered to be one of the first successful examples of the Beat Em’ Up genre, resulting in the creation of two arcade sequels and several spinoffs, as well as inspiring other companies in creating their own beat ’em ups.

Now with that out of the way let’s unleash the fury of the retro VGM revival hour to those that fight for might and Right as we dedicate this STAGE to the Double Dragon game series

 

Track List:
Game – Composer – Title – Year – Company – System

1.) Double Dragon – Kazunaka Yamane – “Mission 3-2: The Cave (Chin’s Theme) & Mission 4-1: The Hideout (Abobo’s Theme)” – June 1988 – Technōs Japan/Tradewest – NES

2.) Double Dragon II: The Revenge – Kazunaka Yamane – “Title Screen, Mission 1: Into The Turf, Mission 4: Undersea Base & The Fight Continues” – January 1990 – Technōs Japan/Acclaim – NES

3.) Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones – Akira Inoue, Takaro Nozaki, Michiya Hirasawa & Yoshihiro Kameoka – “Mission 1-2: Streets of USA, Mission 1-3: Factory, Mission 1-4: USA Boss & Mission 5-3: Three Diamonds Chamber” – February 1991 – Technōs Japan/Acclaim – NES

4.) Double Dragon – Kazunaka Yamane – “The Entrance of Abobo the Giant & Industrial Area (Riot)” – 1993 – Ballistic Software/Accolade – Sega Genesis(MegaDrive)

5.) Double Dragon II: The Revenge – Kazunaka Yamane – “Mission 1 & Mission 2 Boss” – December 20, 1991(Japan Only) – Technōs Japan/Palsoft – Sega Genesis(MegaDrive)

6.) Double Dragon 3: The Arcade Game(Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone) – Akira Inoue & Takaro Nozaki – “In Italy” – 1992 – Software Creations/Flying Edge – Sega Genesis(MegaDrive)

7.) Double Dragon IV – Kazunaka Yamane – “Mission 7 (Japan Harbor)/Mission 10 (Odawarea Castle Exterior) & Mission 8 (Atop Okada Tower)/Mission 11(Okada Sisters’ Private Villa Exterior)” – January 30, 2017 – Arc System Works – PS4 & Windows PC

8.) Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls – Robert Atesalp – “Shadow Dojo Exterior & Cody’s Nutron Grill”- August 5, 1994 – Leland Interactive Media/Tradewest – SNES

9.) Double Dragon Neon – Jake Kaufman – “Skullmageddon, Mecha Biker & Giga Skullmageddon” – September 11, 2012 – WayForward Technologies/Majesco – Ps3, Xbox 360 & Windows PC

10.) Double Dragon – Chiaki Iizuka, Fumio Suzuki, Kiyomi Kataoka, Osamu Sakai & Reiko Uehara – “True Fighter (Billy Lee’s Theme) & Bloody Meat Bomb(Blunov’s theme)“ – June 2, 1995(Japan Only) – Technōs Japan/Technōs Japan & SNK – Neo Geo CD

11.) Super Double Dragon(Return of Double Dragon) – Kazunaka Yamane – “Transport Truck(Mission 4) & Legend of the Double Dragons” – October 16, 1992 – Technōs Japan/Tradewest – SNES

12.) Double Dragon II: The Revenge – Kazunaka Yamane & Togo Hiroyuki – “Helicopter Interior(Stage 3) & Mysterious Warrior(Final Boss/Stage 9)- Mar 12, 1993(Japan Only) – Kid / Naxat Soft – PC Engine CD (TurboGrafx-16)

 

================== BONUS TRACKS ======================

Double Dragon II: The Revenge
Release Date: March 10, 1990 (Japan)
Music Composers: Kazuhiro Hara, Nobuhito Tanahashi, Tatsuya Chiba, Hiroshi Nakamura, Mitsuru Kanekuni

1. Dead or Alive (Opening Theme)
2. Unleashing the Vengeful Oni (Mission 1)
3. Silent Pursuit (Mission 2)
4. Night Sky Tension (Mission 3)
5. Charging towards the Morning Glow (Mission 4)
6. Escape to the Forest (Mission 5)
7. Wicked God (Mission 6)
8. Breaking the Barrier (Mission 7)
9. Entering the Enemy Base (Mission 8)
10. Roar of the Twin Dragons (Destined Confrontation)
11. Miracle of the Twin Dragons (End the Fighting)
12. Sweet Memories (Ending Theme)
13. Dead or Alive (Edit Version)

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