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New Crush 40 Compilation Artwork and Track Listing Revealed | Merchandise

Monday, July 1st, 2019

We finally have official confirmation as to the complete contents of Crush 40’s new compilation, Driving Through Forever: The Ultimate Crush Forty Compilation 1998-2018. The artwork features a simple yet effective shot of the band playing live and is displayed through the album’s title. The album contains a 17 track CD and a 13 track DVD. The most notable inclusion is a new song called Call Me Crazy. What is still a bit of a mystery at this time is what the DVD is actually showcasing. One track is labelled ‘LIVE! Digest’, but it is unclear whether the other tracks are also live footage or music videos. We will update this information as we learn more.

See below for the full tracklisting for both the CD and DVD:

DISC 1
1 Green Light Ride
2 2 Nights 2 Remember
3 Free
4 Sonic Boom
5 One Of Those Days
6 All Hail Shadow
7 His World
8 Knight Of The Wind
9 Watch Me Fly…
10 I Am… All Of Me
11 Never Turn Back
12 Sonic Heroes
13 What I’m Made Of…
14 Live & Learn
15 Open Your Heart
16 Sonic Youth
17 Call Me Crazy

DISC 2
1 [DVD] CALL ME CRAZY
2 [DVD] 2 NIGHTS 2 REMEMBER
3 [DVD] ONE OF THOSE DAYS
4 [DVD] WATCH ME FLY・・・
5 [DVD] LIVE & LEARN
6 [DVD] SONIC YOUTH
7 [DVD] DOWN & DIRTY
8 [DVD] WHAT I’M MADE OF・・・
9 [DVD] OPEN YOUR HEART / WHAT I’M MADE OF・・・
10 [DVD] HIS WORLD
11 [DVD] LIVE! Digest
12 [DVD] I AM・・・ ALL OF ME / NEVER TURN BACK
13 [DVD] LIVE & LEARN

Crush 40’s Driving Through Forever: The Ultimate Crush Forty Compilation 1998-2018 will be released on the 24th of July 2019 and can be pre-ordered now through CD Japan.

New Crush 40 Compilation ‘Driving Through Forever’ Coming July 24th, Includes Bonus DVD | Merchandise

Saturday, June 8th, 2019

A listing for a new Crush 40 compilation called Driving Through Forever – The Ultimate Crush 40 Collection is available to pre-order on CD Japan and Amazon Japan with a release date of July 24th 2019 and an RRP of ¥2,918.

While there is currently no complete track list, it’s easy to assume that this will be another compilation similar to The Best of Crush 40 – Super Sonic Songs. Amazon Japan confirms that Green Light Ride, Open Your Heart, Live & Learn and Sonic Heroes will be included with other songs to be confirmed later.

The description does include mention of a DVD that comes with the compilation. Again, there are currently no details as to what this will include at the time of writing. We will update this story as we learn more.

German Techno Artist ‘Remute’ Releasing New Album on a Mega Drive Cartridge | SEGA Tunes

Monday, February 4th, 2019

We’re a big fan of new, independent Mega Drive releases, but normally they come in the form of games. This latest development is a 16 track techno album from German artist Remute.

Releasing on March 22nd 2019, this album has been specifically programmed to play back using the Mega Drive’s Yamaha YM2612 sound chip. While the compositions are by Remute, the programming was done by Kabuto and it features graphics by Exocet. Whether this means the cover art or the cartridge also features a graphical equaliser is not known at this time.

Pre-order the album from Remute’s Bandcamp page by clicking here. The cartridge will set you back €33.33. Click the embed below to listen to A Warm Feeling of Total Immersion, which will feature on the full abum:

[Source: Eurogamer]

SEGA Tunes: Marble Madness Remix Album

Tuesday, March 11th, 2014

First things first; yes, Marble Madness is an Atari arcade game and not a SEGA game per se, but we at SEGADriven regard any game published for a SEGA first party console fair game for feature on the website. As Marble Madness was released for Master System, Game Gear and Mega Drive it’s entirely relevant to us.

Now that’s out of the way, allow me to present ‘Where Good Marbles Go to Die’; a Marble Madness remix album courtesy of Stemage. The hard rock/heavy metal remix album tackles the entire Marble Madness soundtrack and features guest appearances from Disasterpeace, Lauren Liebowitz of Descendants of Erdrick, norg, XOC, Kirby Pufocia, housethegrate and VikingGuitar.

You can stream the entire thing using the below widget or alternatively download it at a pay-what-you-want price-point. Sadly the limited edition cassette version of the album is now sold out but at least it’s available digitally, right?

[Source: Destructoid]

SEGA Tunes: OC Remix Release ‘Sonic CD Temporal Duality’ 25/11

Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

The 45th OC Remix album is almost upon us and this time the community have remixed the Sonic CD soundtrack! On the 25th of November OC Remix will release ‘Sonic CD: Temporal Duality’; a 3 disc compilation of Sonic CD remixes from a huge selection of musicians. Check out the trailer for the project below:

Fan Scene: OC Remix Announce Gunstar Heroes Album

Friday, September 6th, 2013

OC Remix have announced another remix album centered around Treasure’s classic run’n’gun Gunstar Heroes for the Mega Drive. The album is due to be released soon and you can preview some of the tracks in the following trailer:

SEGA Tunes: The Sonic Stadium Music Adventure 2012 is Now Available to Download

Tuesday, April 9th, 2013

VizardJeffhog at The Sonic Stadium has orchestrated an enormous Sonic and SEGA music project called The Sonic Stadium Music Adventure 2012 which sees a huge amount (over 40) of different fan artists and musicians contribute to one of the biggest remix albums ever.

The collection spans 10 discs and 8 hours in length and it’s available to download now.

Click here to be taken to the official website.

If anyone is interested, I am one half of the artist known as Two Worlds Unfold who contribute a rock cover of Lee Brotherton/Bentley Jones’ Dreams of an Absolution from the Sonic the Hedgehog 2006 soundtrack.

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