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Earthworm Jim Anthology
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Contained in 27 collections
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Earthworm Jim, Earthworm Jim 2
PC, Sega CD, Sega Saturn
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Feb 12, 2007 05:32 PM
May 23, 2012 09:36 PM
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Music by Tommy Tallarico Studios, Inc.
Composed, Orchestrated & Arranged by: Tommy Tallarico
Additional Music & Orchestration: Tony Bernetich, Christopher Beck
Guitars: Tommy Tallarico, Michael "Bijan" Johnson
Accordion: Thomas V. Tallarico
Recorded at Tommy Tallarico Studios - Orange County, CA
Mixing Engineers: Tommy Tallarico & Buzz Burrowes
Mixed at: The Record Plant - Hollywood, CA
Mastered at: A&M Studios - Hollywood, CA
Mastering Engineer: Dave Collins & Patricia Sullivan
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Here are some clarifications by Tommy Tallarico about the game music credits:
"We put Mark Miller's name on the credits because I was still working at Virgin when the game was being worked on (but was secrectly working on EWJ on the side). At the time we didn't want to upset anyone at Virgin so we put Mark's name (who is a great friend of mine... ToeJam & Earl baby!!) on the project. Mark actually did help to convert the Sega Genesis work I was doing to the SNES.
Because of the style of music, sounds, approach, samples, etc... everyone in the industry and press kinda knew it was me. So after I left Virgin and started my own company (Tommy Tallarico Studios, Inc.) people wanted to know the "real" story so I let everyone know it was actually me.
The other guys you mentioned (and who I give credit to) did the following...
Mical Pedriana - helped to orchestrate 3 or 4 of the electronica-style tunes (i.e. drum beats & synths). (EWJ 1)
Tony Bernetich - helped me orchestrate the banjo instrumentation and the ragtime piano piece. (EWJ 1)
Christopher Beck - worked with me on writing the "Anything But Tangerines" organ stuff (from EWJ 2)
Bijan Johnson - played guitar on the "Anything But Tangerines" tune (Sega-CD and album version)"
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