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The Great Escape - Music & More

Limited clear vinyl LP pressing. Ship to Shore PhonoCo. Is proud to present Masashi Kageyama's original video game soundtrack to Sunsoft's platformer Gimmick. Criminally overlooked on it's original release on the Famicom in 1992, Gimmick's popularity has increased substantially over the years... and for good reason. It's fluid gameplay, enticingly unique design and enemy AI mechanics are just some of the reasons why the game is passionately cherished by those in-the-know. Masashi Kageyama's score is sublime: a classic representation of game music composition for the 8-bit generation while also standing alone as an awe-inspiring piece of work in it's own right. That those lucky enough to have enjoyed the game in days gone by will also get a kick from the nostalgia value is just the cherry on top.
Limited clear vinyl LP pressing. Ship to Shore PhonoCo. Is proud to present Masashi Kageyama's original video game soundtrack to Sunsoft's platformer Gimmick. Criminally overlooked on it's original release on the Famicom in 1992, Gimmick's popularity has increased substantially over the years... and for good reason. It's fluid gameplay, enticingly unique design and enemy AI mechanics are just some of the reasons why the game is passionately cherished by those in-the-know. Masashi Kageyama's score is sublime: a classic representation of game music composition for the 8-bit generation while also standing alone as an awe-inspiring piece of work in it's own right. That those lucky enough to have enjoyed the game in days gone by will also get a kick from the nostalgia value is just the cherry on top.
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Limited clear vinyl LP pressing. Ship to Shore PhonoCo. Is proud to present Masashi Kageyama's original video game soundtrack to Sunsoft's platformer Gimmick. Criminally overlooked on it's original release on the Famicom in 1992, Gimmick's popularity has increased substantially over the years... and for good reason. It's fluid gameplay, enticingly unique design and enemy AI mechanics are just some of the reasons why the game is passionately cherished by those in-the-know. Masashi Kageyama's score is sublime: a classic representation of game music composition for the 8-bit generation while also standing alone as an awe-inspiring piece of work in it's own right. That those lucky enough to have enjoyed the game in days gone by will also get a kick from the nostalgia value is just the cherry on top.
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