Who Burned My Toast? is a video game podcast where we don't just sit around and talk about the games we play and regurgitate the news for an hour. We sit down and interview the people who love to make games and feature bands who create kick ass video game music. We love games and we love music, so come join us.
Musicast Ep 22: Street Fighter 2 The World Warrior
Who doesn't love this OST?! Thanks Rene for the email. Enjoy everyone.
Musicast 21: Metroid Series
This musicast has been a long time coming (Sorry listener Charlie Chang for making you wait so long). The Metroid series has some of the most praised soundtracks of any game out there. We spin some of the classics as well as some inspired and impressive covers from this amazing game.
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Musicast 20: Mechwarrior 2
MechWarrior 2: 31st Century Combat is a vehicle simulation game developed and released by Activision in 1995, as part of the MechWarrior series of video games in the BattleTech franchise. Originally developed for DOS, it was ported to a variety of platforms including Windows, Apple Macintosh, and the game consoles Sega Saturn and PlayStation (as MechWarrior 2: Arcade Combat Edition).
Release Date: 1995
Genre: Vehicle Simulation Game
Platform: Windows, Apple, Sega Saturn and Playstation
Writer: Zachary Norman
Composer: Kelly Walker Rogers, Gregory Alper, Jeehun Hwang
Musicast 19: Half Minute Hero
Musicast 18: The Legend of Zelda Orchestra
Performed by The Legend of Zelda Orchestra Bastyr Chapel in Kenmore, Washington 2011 Recorded by Chad Seiter and Bruce Botnick Composed by Koji Kondo For all of you that can't make it to one of the live performances near you, (You can check at zelda-symphony.com) we've brought to you the special edition CD that came bundled with The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword so you can enjoy this amazing music as well. Enjoy! If you have a video game you'd like us to do a Musicast of email us firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes
Musicast 17: Megaman X
Dev: Capcom Publisher: Majesco Producer: Tokuro Fujiwara Art: Keiji Inafune, Hyato Kaji, Ikki Tazaki, Tatsuya Yoshikawa Writer: Keiji Inafune Composer: Setsuo Yamamoto, Makoto Tomozawa, Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara, and Toshihiko Horiyama Megaman X for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System released in 1993, is my favorite Megaman game in the whole series. Please enjoy the music. If you have a video game you'd like us to do a musicast of email us email@example.com. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes
Customer ReviewsSee All
Great collection of soundtracks! I have listened to the Altered Beast/Golden Axe episode at least 20 times! Love those games. Keep bringing us great tunes. I recommend Ecco the Dolphin, it’s influenced by Pink Floyd’s album “Wish You Were Here,” very spacey and foreboding.
You guys have a great podcast and good Choice of music do you take request? Looking Forward to more of your episodes, this is was I like about your Podcasts music from video games and with not alot of talking but when you guys talk you Give a small Brief of facts about the game music