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  1. Dracula X does seem a strange fit for this collection. Would definitely have been better among the other linear CV games featured in the Anniversary Collection. Saying that, I enjoyed it on the SNES. It’s a solid if uninspired entry in the series. Does the Requiem Collection have an exclusivity deal with Sony or would we likely see that on other formats later? The only other 2D game I can think of is Castlevania Chronicles on PS1, itself a port/remake of the Sharp X6800 Castlevania game.
  2. Recognised the name from somewhere but had no idea he was in Cabaret Voltaire. A quick search of my collection revealed this tasty slice of ambient techno from 1994. Recently rereleased on an excellent compilation from Music From Memory.
  3. Found this in the archives today. No idea where it came from! I thought it was going to be something from the Space Ape going off the spoken intro but it’s actually some Krautrock / Synth-Pop from Germany 1980. Xynn - Space
  4. acidbearboy

    WOO YEAH

    Also from the same album, although I'm not sure if this is a direct sample that was pitched right up or just a cheeky nod to the original.
  5. acidbearboy

    WOO YEAH

    Found this one on Deep Heat 8: The Hand of Fate.
  6. Also found via the Blind House videos. Can't believe I've never heard it before, but it just keeps getting better.
  7. acidbearboy

    The Jazz Thread

    ZOK once sent me the opening track from this jazz LP on one of his Rllmuk Mix Club CDs back in the day.
  8. Just catching up on some of the recommendations from this page. Liking this one very much. The original 1983 12" single is a bit pricey - Discogs has 1 For Sale from £161.58 but it was also recently reissued (2xLP/CD/Digital) on this French Disco Boogie compilation. I'll take the digital download for 99p thankyouverymuch!
  9. acidbearboy

    The Jazz Thread

    How about this for a vocal performance!
  10. I also fancied some PSO after having the Dreamcast out recently. I cheated and booted up PSO Blue Burst on PC. The Ephinea server is still fairly well populated, although I must admit I’ve mostly played on my own. I also cheated and played Rez on a modern format, but that will always be a Dreamcast title in my mind.
  11. This was one of the first SNES games I bought after getting the Mario All-Stars pack for Christmas in 1993. SF2 Turbo had not long been out, but I couldn’t afford that, so I grabbed this for £20 brand new from Argos I think. Loved it. And the sticker album. And the soundtrack cd from NMS.
  12. Samba de Amigo - full set up with the official maracas. Such fun! Cosmic Smash - really needs an update with a level select option. Rez Infinite - first time playing Area X and I just want more (or to try it in VR). Phantasy Star Online Blue Burst (Ephinea server) - Playing some Dreamcast games recently gave me the urge to play PSO too. Not played for several months and annoyingly levelled up my MAG with the wrong stat, meaning my Android character has 3 photon blasts without Shifta and Deband, so I ought to start again with a proper plan!
  13. acidbearboy

    The Jazz Thread

    Yeah, I have that and it is indeed a great album. And one I probably bought off the strength of his appearances on those Saint Germain comps. Is he still around?
  14. Comment posted on this YouTube video Sounds like a Japanese PSP game. I don't know the name of the game but the song sounds exactly like this song (Without the flute and the percussion). The cover of the game has a pink siluette of a girl holding a mobile phone. This a beautiful song though
  15. acidbearboy

    The Jazz Thread

    I've been revisiting Saint-Germain-Des-Pres-Cafe compilations of late, all of which feature some cracking tunes. Here's all you need from Vol.3 Love pretty much everything I've heard from Nicola Conte, this is sublime.
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