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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: Funky Dealer from Jet Set Radio Future

Sunday, January 6th, 2013

We’re huge fans of Hideki Naganuma’s sample-driven, hyperactive, pop stylings so we thought it was about time we featured one of the man’s greatest moments. Funky Dealer comes from the Jet Set Radio Future soundtrack and contains everything Naganuma-san is known for: huge beats, sampled vocals, flourishes of guitar work and a certain catchiness that only this man can achieve.

Ace deuce craps wants four:

If you’re interested in owning a physical copy of the Jet Set Radio and Jet Set Radio Future soundtrack, SEGA re-released it on CD last October. Click here to order a copy!

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