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Video Game Guitar Covers, Vol. 1
VIDEO GAME GUITAR COVERS VOLUME 1 (2010-2011)
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Pokémon Red & Green, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Metal Gear Solid, Banjo-Kazooie, Kingdom Hearts, Pokémon Gold & Silver, Portal, Final Fantasy X, Portal 2, Summoner, Star Fox, Mega Man 2, Rise of Nations, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game, Super Mario 64
Microsoft Xbox 360, NES (Famicom), Nintendo 64, Nintendo Game Boy, PC, SNES (Super Famicom), Sony PlayStation, Sony PlayStation 2, Sony PlayStation 3
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"This is the complete collection of single song video game covers by FamilyJules7x during his first year of weekly video game covers on YouTube. What started as a portfolio building project for future endeavors became Jules Conroy's first step into becoming a widely popular guitarist on YouTube and a composer and studio musician for future games.
FamilyJules7x's first year of video game covers earned him 1 million views and 10,000 subscribers. He was featured for his work on Kotaku, Dorkly, Today's Big Thing and the social media outlets for EA Games.
This compilation does not include all of the Year 1 covers or medleys due to strict limitations of licensing video game music. Jules expresses his apologies if any of your favorite tracks are missing from these compilations."
Junichi Masuda (01, 05, 07, 11, 12, 14, 15, 24)
Koji Kondo (02, 13, 25)
Grant Kirkhope (04)
Hikaru Utada (06)
Go Ichinose (08, 09)
Go Ichinose & Junichi Masuda (10)
Jonathan Coulton (16, 18)
Nobuo Uematsu (17)
Unknown [Walter Shaw, Dan Wentz & Scott Lee credited as composers / sound designers] (19)
Hajime Hirasawa (20)
Takashi Tateishi (21)
Duane Decker (22)
Peter Berkman (23)
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