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Refuge - Blue Bomber: Rockman (Part 1) (NES VGM Chiptune)

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      chiptunes The classic chiptune 8-bit sound can be recognised from its synthesised square or pulse wave instruments, simple white noise percussion and heavy use of ultra-fast arpeggios to emulate chords of three or four notes on a single channel.

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    Chiptune from Capcom's original 1987 NES classic Rock Man (JP) and Mega Man (US). A tribute mix series to my favorite video game franchise / comic book hero of all time. Your games are what made my childhood 10x greater, and my adulthood too :P. Rocking Mega Man 9 + 10 on the Wii and playing X and Zero series to this day. Depending on how this volume goes, I will be putting out future sets on the rest of the classic series. Already have some great ideas lined up for Mega Man 2 + 3.

    Many thanks go to Keiji Inafune (artist/creator), Akira Kitamura (designer), Hitoshi Ariga (brilliant manga artist), Capcom, and all the brilliant composers of the series: Manami Matsumae & Yoshihiro Sakaguchi (Rock Man 1).

    Refuge - Blue Bomber Episode 1, Set List:
    1. MM 10 SFX (Wily's Ship) + MM 1 Stage Choosen Theme + MM VI SFX
    2. Dr. Wily's Fortress Level 1-2
    3. Fire Man
    4. Elec Man
    5. Cut Man
    6. Robot Master Theme with MM 2 SFX
    7. Warped Victory Fanfare 1 + EFX
    8. Bomb Man
    9. Guts Man
    10. Ending Theme
    11. Stage Select
    12. Ice Man

    Release date: Dec 17, 1987


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