Episode #25: CP Verlag Chronicles

In the early 90s the C64 gaming market started to dry up as most developers had moved on to 16 bit computers and consoles. This gap was partially filled by a number of disk magazines, like those issued by German publisher CP Verlag. And while the games on these disks were usually nothing to write home about; their soundtracks, often created by people from the demo scene, were a last hurrah for game music on the C64.

Download Episode #025: CP Verlag Chronicles (52 MB, mp3) here
…or watch it on Youtube

Playlist:

01 “Menu Music” – Magic Disk 64 (10/89) (1989, Commodore 64) by Markus Schneider
02 “Title Screen” – Ballfever (1993, Commodore 64) by Thomas Mogensen (Drax)
03 “Intro” – Tube Madness (1991, Commodore 64) by Stefan Hartwig
04 “Title Screen” – Roll Over (1994, Commodore 64) by Matthias Hartung (The Syndrom)
05 “Ending” – Sysiphus in Ägypten (1992, Commodore 64) by Stefan Woltran
06 “Main Theme” – Puzzle Shuffle (1990, Commodore 64) by Reyn Ouwehand
07 “Title Screen” – Enforcer (1992, Commodore 64) by Markus Siebold
08 “Upscene Production Logo” – Mastermind (1994, Commodore 64) by Tom Hoffer (MAC2)
09 “Title Screen” – Gordian Tomb (1990, Commodore 64) by Thomas Detert
10 “Title Screen” – Paranoimia (1989, Commodore 64) by Michael Hendriks
11 “Choice” – Snake Mania (1991, Commodore 64) by Klaus Grøngaard (Link)
12 “Title Screen” – Twin-Down (1992, Commodore 64) by Carl Gustaf Liebe (Yaemon)
13 “Menu Music” – Game On (11/89) (1989, Commodore 64) by Markus Schneider
14 “In-Game BGM” – Adrenalin (1991, Commodore 64) by Marvin Severijns, Michel de Bree
15 “Title Screen” – Black It! (1995, Commodore 64) by Matthias Hartung (The Syndrom)
16 “Title Screen” – Wobbler (1990, Commodore 64) by Rudolf Stember
17 “In-Game BGM” – Underground (1989, Commodore 64) by Chris Ammermüller (Beat Machine)

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