LP containing breaks and beats for DJ use taken from video game samples. Made by Boba Fettucini and released by Mon Mothma Recordings. It contains samples from the games Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Galaga, Excite Bike, Pole Position, Doom, Super Mario Bros., Space Harrier, and more.
Club Saturn Limited Edition EP
12″ promo EP released in 1996 and released by Suburban Base Records. It contains 4 remixes of tracks from the games Nights Into Dreams…, Daytona USA, Virtua Cop, Athlete Kings, and Fighting Vipers.
Data Age: Mindscape
A flexi-disc 7″ promo featuring tracks from the games Sssnake, Warplock, Airlock, Bugs, and Encounter At L-5. Was released to promote Data Age-games for the Atari.
DECO History – Data East Game Music Scene One
LP released in 1988 by DATAM and Polystar. It contains 12 tracks from the games Stadium Hero, Brey Wood, Garyo Retsuden, Makyou Senshi, Captain Silver, Meikyuu Hunter G, Side Pocket, Last Mission, Dragonninja, Birdie Try, Laser War, and Secret Service.
12″ released by SEGA in 2011 as an Australian exclusive pre-order bonus for buying the Dreamcast Collection for the Xbox 360. It comes on cream white vinyl and each copy is numbered.
It contains 5 tracks from the games Sonic Adventure, Space Channel 5 Part 2, and Crazy Taxi.
Galaxy Force -G.S.M. SEGA 1-
LP released by Pony Canyon in 1988. It contains 7 tracks from the games Galaxy Force, Altered Beast, OutRun, Space Harrier, and After Burner.
LP released in 1993 by Melody Music. It contains 9 remixes of game music from the games Super Mario Land, Zool, Lemmings, Street Fighter II, Sonic The Hedgehog, Tetris, Addams Family, and Lotus 3: The Ultimate Challenge.
Game Sound Jaleco -G.S.M. Jaleco 1-
LP released in 1988 by Pony Canyon. It contains 8 tracks from the games City Connection, Argus, Kick Off, Ginga Ninkyouden, Butasan, Valtric, Sky Fox, and P-47.
Game Sound Nichibutsu – G.S.M. Nichibutsu 1-
LP released in 1988 by Pony Canyon. It contains 13 tracks from the games Moon Cresta, Crazy Climber, Mag Max, Terra Cresta, Cosmo Police Galivan, Mighty Guy, Soldier Girl Amazon, UFO Robo Danger, Ninja Emaki, Booby Kids, Chouji Meikyuu Legion, Terra Force, and Seiha.
Game Sound SNK -G.S.M. SNK 1-
LP released n 1988 by Pony Canyon. It contains 8 tracks from the games Psycho Soldiers, Gold Medalist, Paddle Mania, Fighting Soccer, Bermuda Triangle, The Legend Of Air Cavalry, Touchdown Fever, and Guerilla War.
HAL Game Music
LP released in 1988 by Japan Records. It contains 10 tracks from the games Eggerland, Air Fortress, Fire Beam, Gall Force, and Jumbo Osaki No Hole In One Professional.
Humble Indie Bundle 12 EP
12″ EP on red translucent vinyl released in 2015 by Humble Bundle. It was only available to those who paid $65 or more for the Humble Indie Bundle 12 and also came with a 30-page issue of HIB Informer Magazine, label pins, a t-shirt, and a shareware 3.5″ floppy disk. It contains 10 tracks from the games The Bridge, SteamWorld Dig, Luftrausers, Race The Sun, Hammerwatch, Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine, Gone Home, Gunpoint, and Prison Architect.
Input 64: A Collection Of Commodore 64 Game Music 1984-1989
2LP released in 2001 by Enduro, L’Age D’Or, and Zomba Distribution. It comes with a 24-page booklet. The sound on this wasn’t recorded from a real C64 but from a PC emulating the SID sound chip from the C64. It contains 19 tracks from the games Turbo Outrun, BMX Kidz, Alloy Run, Kinetix, Boulder Dash, The Last Ninja, Crazy Comets, Yie Ar Kung-Fu, Bubble Bobble, Arkanoid, One Man And His Droid, Insects In Space, Boulder Dash II: Rockford’s Revenge, Starball, and Monty On The Run.
Konami Game Music Collection Vol. 1
LP released in 1988 by King Records and contains a total of 58 tracks from the games Gradius II: Gofer’s Ambition, Labyrinth Runner (Trick Trap), Haunted Castle, and Checkered Flag.
Lost Floppies, Vol. 1
12″ released in 2015 by Data Airlines. Contains cracktro and keygen music from several titles. The vinyl version is a re-edited and remastered version of Dubmood’s original “Lost Floppies, Vol. 1” title.
Namco Video Game Graffiti
LP released in 1986 by Victor. It contains 9 tracks from the games Motos, Sky Kid, Baraduke, Star Luster, Genpei Tōma Den, New Rally-X, Mappy, Dig Dug, and Libble Rabble.
Namco Video Game Graffiti Vol. 2
LP released in 1987 by Victor. It contains 6 tracks from the games Dragon Spirit, Toypop, Blazer, Wonder Momo, Thunder Ceptor, and Shadow Land.
Namco Video Game Graffiti Vol. 3
LP released in 1988 by Victor. It contains 6 tracks from the games Assault, Galaga ’88, Bakutotsu Kijūtei: Baraduke II, World Stadium, Rolling Thunder, and Toypop.
Namco Video Game Graffiti Vol. 4
LP released in 1989 by Victor. It contains 9 tracks from the games Bravoman, Pacmania, Final Lap, Quester, and Dragon Spirit.
Namcot Game A La Mode
LP released in 1986 by Victor. It contains 9 tracks from the games Valkyrie no Bōken: Toki no Kagi Densetsu, Mappy, Warp Man, Galaxian, Galaga, Star Luster, Xevious, Tower Of Babel, Battle City, Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Sky Kid, and Libble Rabble. Some of the tracks are medleys with music from several games.
NES Greatest Hits Vol. 1
Unofficial pirate LP released in 2015 by Moonshake. It contains 16 tracks from the games Contra, Batman, Bionic Commando, Blaster Master, Bubble Bobble, Double Dragon, DuckTales, Mother, Final Fantasy, The Goonies 2, Kid Icarus, Little Nemo, Punch Out!, Mr. Gimmick, T&C Surf Designs, Tetris, Wizards & Warriors, Adventure Island, Faxanadu, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, River City Ransom, Crystalis, Rygar, and The Empire Strikes Back.
The Ninjawarriors -G.S.M. Taito 1-
LP released in 1988 by Pony Canyon. It contains 6 tracks from the games The Ninja Warriors, Operation Wolf, Full Throttle, and Rainbow Islands.
Output64 – Delete All Data – Input64 Remixed 1/X
One of two 12″s containing remixes of music found on the Input64 compilation. It contains 4 remixes of music from the games Crazy Comets 2 and BMX Kidz.
Output64 – Delete All Data – Input64 Remixed 2/X
The second of two 12″s containing remixes of music found on the Input64 compilation. It contains 4 remixes of music from the games Bubble Bobble, Kinetix, Turbo Outrun, and Arkanoid.
The Piano Collection
During a succesful Kickstarter campaign, for a collection of piano versions of game music composed by Chris Hülsbeck, backers could opt for a double vinyl option. A full tracklist isn’t available but it will feature music from Turrican II and R-Type among others. Backers were set to receive their copies of the vinyl record in late August, 2015.
Orders were later opened in January 2016 for the remaining copies of the album.
Push > Twice
10″ on neon yellow vinyl released in 2014 alongside the book “Push > Start: The Art Of Video Games” by Stephan Guenzel. It was published by EarBooks. The 10″ features remixes done by Big Twice of music from the games Castlevania, Super Mario Bros., Mega Man 2, Ninja Gaiden, Street Fighter, Space Harrier, Puzzle Bobble, and Tetris.
SEGA Classics Collection Soundtracks From 1986 To 1996
12″ released in 2005 or 2006 by SEGA Recordings. It was released in 900 copies as a promotional release for the Sega Classics Collection on PlayStation 2. It contains 9 tracks from the games Fantasy Zone, Space Carrier, Golden Axe, and OutRun.
SEGA Mega Drive Ultimate Collection
12″ on blue vinyl released in 2009 by SEGA. It is a promotional record included with special preorders of the SEGA Mega Drive Ultimate collection in Europe and Australia. It is limited to 3500 numbered copies. It contains music from the games Space Harrier, Ristar, Vectorman, Golden Axe, Phantasy Star II, and Vectorman 2.
SID Chip Sounds: The Music Of The Commodore 64
2LP released in 2012 by Robot Elephant Records. It contains 19 tracks from the games Last Ninja, Trap, Giana Sisters, Katakis, Glider Rider, Panther, Gauntlet III: The Final Quest, LED Storm, Cybernoid 2, Wizball, Comic Bakery, Parallax, Arkanoid, Dominator, Last Ninja II, Commando, and Sanxion.
12″ EP released in 2011 by Square Enix. It features 6 remixed and rearranged versions of tracks from the games Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy VI, Live A Live, Final Fantasy Adventure, Final Fantasy II, and Chrono Trigger.
Telenet Game Music Collection Vol. 1
LP released in 1988 by King Records. It contains 52 tracks from the games Fantasm Soldier Valis, Shinra Banshou, Final Zone, Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei, and High Grade Special Version.
Toy Music: Dancing Super Mario Brothers
LP released in 1988 by Toshiba EMI. It contains 10 tracks from the games Super Mario Bros., The Mysterious Murasame Castle, Famicom Tantei Club: Kieta Kōkeisha, Kid Icarus, Shin Onigashima, Famicom Grand Prix: F1 Race ~ 3D Hot Rally, Metroid, and The Legend Of Zelda.
Video Game Breaks And Sound Effects Vol. 1
Unofficial LP released in 2002 by Yosumi Records. It contains breaks and sound effects for DJs taken from the games Spy Hunter, Ms. Pacman, Galaga, The Legend Of Zelda, Metroid, Defender, Double Dribble, Rygar, Mr. Do, Popeye, Qbert, NBA 2K2, Soul Calibur, tomb Raider, Crazy Taxi, Street Fighter II, and Mortal Kombat.
Video Game Breaks And Sound Effects Vol. 2
Unofficial LP released in 2003 by Yosumi Records. It contains breaks and sound effects for DJs taken form the games Joust, Jungle Hunt, Shinobi, Galaxian, Frogger, Kangaroo, Donkey Kong, Tekken, Grand Theft Auto, Shenmue, Jet Grind Radio, and Space Channel 5.
Video Game Breaks And Sound Effects Vol. 3
Unofficial LP released in 2008 by Yosumi Records. It contains breaks and sound effects for DJs taken form the games Excite Bike, Contra, Gyruss, Tetris, Bubble Bobble, Alex Kidd, Mario, Xenogears, After Burner, Sonic, Gears Of War, Saint’s Row, Final Fantasy X-2, Katamari Damacy, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Video Game Music
LP released in 1984 by Yen Records and Pick Up Records. It contains 10 tracks from the games, Xeviouis, Bosconian, Pac-Man, Phozon, Mappy, Libble Rabble, Pole Position, New Rally-X, Dig Dub, and Galaga.
Video Game Techno Versions
LP released in 1993 by Discomagic Records. It contains 16 remixes of music from the games Tetris, Beetle Juice, Choplifter, Mario Bros., Gargoyle’s Quest, Dexterity, Indiana Jones, Atom Punk, Godzilla, Mega Man, Popeye, and Car Race.