Just a quick shout out to let you know that my Pokemon Sun & Moon music album (12 tracks) is out now! 8 different battle themes: Skull Leader Guzma Battle theme, Solgaleo & Lunala, Totem Pokemon Battle & more. And also new versions of Gladion’s theme, the spheric Po Town theme, The Jazzy Hau’oli Night theme and the Suspense-ive (…) Showdown of Lusamine. Please enjoy and let me know what you think!
Apple Music / iTunes: http://goo.gl/EFEVw6
Google Play Music: http://goo.gl/wNGXHp
- a (quite relaxing) version of the Pokemon Go main map music theme
- a full album of Pokemon X & Y tracks. I tried to get the energy levels way op on 6 different Battle themes – including Xerneas & Yveltal Battle and the Elite 4 Battle theme. And a few more relaxing other themes like Anistar City in between.
You can find it on your favorite music / streaming service:
iTunes / Apple Music: http://goo.gl/npXy3I
Google Play Music: http://goo.gl/vCdNE4
Amazon MP3: http://goo.gl/m653yL
Listen to the “Pokémon Gold & Silver Game Boy Classics” music tribute on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music and Amazon MP3.
The “Pokemon” series has bridged the generational gap since its introduction in the late ’90s, sporting some of the most subtly addictive gameplay this side of modern mobile titans and soundtracks that has resonated with adults and children alike. For the time, few games could contain such a raw sense of exploration or adventure, and we had the soundtracks to thank for building up such a strong atmosphere.
“Pokemon Gold” and “Pokemon Silver,” originally released in Japan for the Nintendo GameBoy in 1999, perfected the template laid out by their predecessors “Red,” “Yellow,” and “Blue.” More Pokémon, more areas to explore, new items to use or discover, and some new gameplay mechanics to smooth out the rough edges of the earlier titles — they had everything a good sequel should, including a phenomenal soundtrack collaboratively composed by Junichi Masuda and Go Ichinose.
Notable tracks include the New Bark Town theme, a soft, peaceful melody only hinting at the grand adventure to come; the Azalea Town theme with it’s soothing atmosphere; and the Goldenrod City theme, a uniquely “urban” track that meshed well with the town’s casino and hidden Team Rocket hideout.
Of course, one cannot mention an early “Pokémon” soundtrack without paying tribute to the Route 27 theme, a booming and triumphant track (by Gameboy standards) that firmly reminds the player they are indeed exploring the famed Kanto region. And with almost two hours of music packed onto one bulky brick cart.
I’ve tried to include the best songs from the game into one tribute album. I hope it will help you to re-live the raw spirit of adventure from Pokémon in the early Game Boy days!
Please check it out on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music and Amazon MP3.