Episode #20: Thalamus

Thalamus was a British publisher, mostly known for their small, but fine selection of C64 releases, which included some of the most impressive games on the system. Equally impressive were their soundtracks, composed by an assortment of SID legends, like Rob Hubbard, Jeroen Tel, Martin Walker, Matt Gray, or Steve Rowlands. This podcast features a selection of some of Thalamus’ best tracks on the C64 and Amiga.

Download Episode #20: Thalamus (78 MB, mp3) here
…or watch it on Youtube

Playlist:

01 “Thalamusic” – Demo (1991, MOD) by Matt Simmonds (4-Mat), comp. Rob Hubbard
02 “Intro” – Snare (1989, Commodore 64) by Martin Walker
03 “In-Game” – Venom Wing (1990, Amiga) by Ramon Braumuller
04 “Load Next Level” – Hawkeye (1988, Commodore 64) by Jeroen Tel
05 “Creatures Title Remix Dance” – Demo (2001, Remix.Kwed.Org) by CZ-Tunes, comp. Steve Rowlands
06 “Title Screen” – Delta (1987, Commodore 64) by Rob Hubbard
07 “Level 5: The Metal Base” – Borobodur: The Planet of Doom (1992, Amiga) by Reinier van Vliet
08 “Ballonacy” – Creatures 2: Torture Trouble (1992, Commodore 64) by Steve Rowlands
09 “Ending” – Venom Wing (1990, Amiga) by Ramon Braumuller
10 “Ending” – Armalyte (1988, Commodore 64) by Martin Walker
11 “Skate School, River Patrol, Ski Patrol” – Winter Camp (1992, Amiga) by Reinier van Vliet
12 “Title Screen” – Creatures 2: Torture Trouble (1992, Commodore 64) by Steve Rowlands
13 “Quedex (Infected Leads)” – Demo (2009, Remix.Kwed.Org) by PowerTrace, comp. Matt Gray
14 “Aggressor Theme” – Walker’s Warbles (1988, Commodore 64) by Martin Walker
15 “Title Screen” – Hawkeye (1988, Commodore 64) by Jeroen Tel

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