Erik Scerri (feat. Michaela Nachtigall & Stephan Wells)
Harmony of Heroes Final Smash
Tonight’s second VGM of the Day is Titans by Erik Scerri featuring Michaela Nachtigall and Stephan Wells. This song is my favorite from the Final Smash album. It’s a remix of the Xenoblade Chronicles main theme and a remix of the Gaur Plains daytime theme and it is fantastic!
Celebrate 30 years of the Metroid franchise here at Radio Nintendo! Right now we have a 24 hour radio stream featuring music from the games plus arrangements and remixes from fans around the world. And coming soon we have a show that will also promote the many awesome fan projects, communities and relevant content in an effort to share relevant content to our listeners.
We have additional live shows planned for the future where we hope to bring in special guests and focus positively on Metroid entering its 30th year. Stay tuned to Radio Nintendo and our social media accounts for more information!
You all really need to check this out, as it’s a fantastic way to get your Metroid music fix!
Today’s VGM of the Day is Defending Corneria from the Harmony of Heroes fan album.
With the major success of both Harmony of a Hunter albums. This album was created to celebrate the music of the Super Smash Brothers series. This album covers music from Smash 64 all to the way to Smash 4 ranging from digitally produced music to live orchestrations. This album is the perfect tribute to the Smash series as a whole and it’s the best in the “Harmony of” series so far.
Coming up is the download link for this fantastic album. There’s even the option to download the music entirely or by series as well in mp3 and Flac format. There’s even artworks for each of the series involved that are very wallpaper worthy.
Harmony of Heroes: A Super Smash Brothers Remix album! This will feature rearrangements of both original ‘Smash’ songs and some of the various Nintendo tunes represented in the series. This is only a small preview of what’s to come, and the album won’t be out until sometime in 2014. Still… get hyped, and if you’re into that kind of thing keep yourself updated with the facebook page!
Again, not OCReMix exactly. Again, very cool and worth it and related to the Metroid 25th Anniversary. There’s a lot of work that went into this album, and they eventually released another album, Harmony of a Hunter 101%, which had even MORE content. I’ll get to that later. But in 2011, it was just the original, and that was enough - two discs, 36 tracks, and a truckload of artists and styles to sample from. Something for everybody!
The original album is at the bottom of the following page, and you’ll easily see 101% at the top if you don’t want to wait for my post about it (seriously though it’s great check it out)