We Answer Your Burning Questions on Retronauts Episode 20
Hey everyone -- it's your buddy Bob here with a minor disclaimer. Our audio equipment goofed up during the recording of this episode, and without the common decency to show any symptoms of its goofery. This isn't a major problem, but Kat and Ray come off sounding little quieter than Jeremy and myself, and I had to perform the audio editing equivalent of open-heart surgery to make episode 20 as listenable as possible. And because I spent so much time fixing this one, I don't have much left to write my standard overlong blog post, so I hope you can forgive me.
That said, this one is our listener mail episode, and our old friend Kat Bailey sat in to help us field some of your questions (and there were a lot of them). Oh yeah, and be sure to enter our new contest! Just write a review of Retronauts in the iTunes music store (an honest one!) by May 14 at 11:59pm PST—remembering to use the word "fandango" at some point within your text—and you'll be entered whether you like it or not. All three winners will receive a free t-shirt, but our grand prize winner will have their topic idea made into an episode! Exciting!
This episode's description:
"Mail call! Or something like that. Retronauts might be too cool for the United States Postal Service, but that doesn't mean we can't answer your burning questions! On this listener-focused episode, join Bob Mackey, Jeremy Parish, Ray Barnholt and Kat Bailey as they respond to fans who submitted their online-digital-e-messages to Retronauts.com. NOTE: due to a technical fudge-up, Ray and Kat are a little quieter than they should be. Lots of time was spent getting this episode to the state it's in now, so please be kind!"
Due to popular demand, here's the track listing for episode 20:
- 2:50 - "Stage 2 (Volcanic Stage)" Life Force (Konami Kukeiha Club)
- 39:46 - "Hoohoo Village" Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (Yoko Shimomura)
- 44:38 - "Serris / Yakuza Boss Theme" Metroid Fusion (Minako Hamano, Akira Fujiwara)
- 1:23:25 - "Town of the Fishermen" Tomba 2 (Ashif Hakik, Masaya Hiraoka)
- 1:39:32 - "Look Sharp, Be Sharp" (Boston Pops Orchestra)
- 1:41:21 - "Stage 5 (Temple Stage)" Life Force (Konami Kukeiha Club)