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The Fast

Catalog Number N/A
Release Date Mar 19, 2021
Publish Format Doujin/Indie
Release Price 10.00 CAD
Media Format Digital
Classification Arrangement, Vocal
PublisherThe Runaway Four / /


Drums / Allan Heppner
Keyboard / Chris Doughty
Vocals / Chris Doughty, Josh Pendlebury
Samples / Chris Doughty
Bass / Chris McKnight
Guitar / Josh Pendlebury
Guest Vocalists / Ian Martyn, Patricio Thielemann, Riley Zielinski, Jon O'Neal, Brandon Harnish
Arrangements / The Runaway Four
Produced by / The Runaway Four
Mixed by / Shafer Carson
Mastered by / Shafer Carson
Original Artwork / Chris Dlugosz
Original Composer / James & Gang, Tomoya Ohtani / , Cash Cash, Richard Jacques, Jun Senoue / , Taro Bando / , Vince Pontarelli, Ben Cullum, Junichi Masuda / , Shiho Fujii / , Katsuhiro "Funky K.H" Hayashi / , Nobuo Uematsu / , Keiichi Suzuki / , The Gone Jackals*, Kenta Nagata / , Soyo Oka / , Koji Kondo /
Original Theme / Akito Nakatsuka /


Disc 1

01 Pepsiman (from Pepsiman) 2:32
02 Gotta Go Fast 9:07
03 American Dream Chaser 5:19
04 Pedal Power 7:30
05 Split-Screen Speedway 7:55
Disc length 32:23



releases March 19, 2021

Allan Heppner - Drums
Chris Doughty - Keyboard, Vocals and Samples
Chris McKnight - Bass
Josh Pendlebury - Guitar & Vocals

Guest vocalists on Pepsiman:
Ian Martyn
Patricio Thielemann
Riley Zielinski
Jon O’Neal
Brandon Harnish

Arrangements by The Runaway Four
Produced by The Runaway Four
Mixed and Mastered by Shafer Carson

Original Artwork by Chris Dlugosz

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This album has been made possible by our loving patrons:

Insane Cultists:
Becca Tanner, Brian the Rebel, czykz, Dawn Davis, Eric Jackisch, Hails, Liam Worthington, Rudy Priegert, Tristan Faulk-Webster, Zachary Taylor

Beautiful UFOs:
Adam, Charlie Deagnon, Hd, Jeff Johnson, Mandie Thompson, Mike Dorval, Treasa, Blorgbeard,

Cute Li’l UFOs:
., Benjamin Tristan, Caisy, Chris Nyarady, Dave Morley, Josh Neilson, Josiah Tillett, Justin DeLima, Mike Weissberg, Mikhail Ivanov, ThisIsJayC

Runaway Dogs:
Antonia, Ashley Greenidge, Lame Genie VGM, Ludovic Chabant, Scott Montgomery

From the bottom of our hearts, thank you!

Track Info:

“Pepsiman” from Pepsiman (PSX, 1999) by James & Gang

“Reach For The Stars” from Sonic Colors (Wii, 2010) by Tomoya Ohtani & Cash Cash
“Tropical Resort - Act 1” from Sonic Colors (Wii, 2010) by Tomoya Ohtani
“Windy Hill - Zone 1” from Sonic Lost World (Wii U, 2013) by Tomoya Ohtani
“Super Sonic Racing” from Sonic R (Sega Saturn, 1997) by Richard Jacques
“Stage 03: Grand Metropolis” from Sonic Heroes (GCN, 2003) by Jun Senoue
“Azure Blue World...for Emerald Coast” from Sonic Adventure (DC, 1998) by Jun Senoue
“Rooftop Run - Day” from Sonic Unleashed (Wii, 2008) by Tomoya Ohtani
“Escape From The City” from Sonic Adventure 2 (DC, 2001) by Jun Senoue

“Dream Chaser” from F-Zero X (N64, 1998) by Taro Bando
“Roadkill Jam” from Cruis’n USA (Arcade/N64, 1994/1996) by Vince Pontarelli
“New Mexico” from Mickey’s Speedway USA (N64, 2000) by Ben Cullum
“Goal Fanfare” from F-Zero X (N64, 1998) by Taro Bando

“Cycling” from Pokémon Red/Blue/Green/Yellow (GBA, 1996) by Junichi Masuda
“Excitebike Arena” from Mario Kart 8 (Wii U, 2014) by Shiho Fujii (original theme by Akito Nakatsuka)
“Sprinter” from Super Hang-On (Arcade, 1987) by Katsuhiro "Funky K.H" Hayashi
“Bike Chase” from Chrono Trigger (SNES, 1995) by Nobuo Uematsu
“The Chase” from Final Fantasy VII (PSX, 1997) by Nobuo Uematsu
“Theme of Bicycle (Spinning Pedals)” from Earthbound (SNES, 1994) by Keiichi Suzuki
“Legacy” from Full Throttle (DOS, 1995) by The Gone Jackals

“Title” from Mario Kart 64 (N64, 1996) by Kenta Negata
“Luigi Raceway / Wario Stadium” from Mario Kart 64 (N64, 1996) by Kenta Negata
“Toad’s Turnpike” from Mario Kart 64 (N64, 1996) by Kenta Negata
“Moo Moo Farm / Yoshi’s Valley” from Mario Kart 64 (N64, 1996) by Kenta Negata
“Final Lap Fanfare” from Mario Kart 64 (N64, 1996) by Kenta Negata
“Rainbow Road” from Mario Kart 64 (N64, 1996) by Kenta Negata
“Result (1st place)” from Mario Kart 64 (N64, 1996) by Kenta Negata
“Award Ceremony (1st-3rd Place)” from Mario Kart 64 (N64, 1996) by Kenta Negata, Soyo Oka
“Course Clear Fanfare” from Super Mario Bros. (NES, 1985) by Koji Kondo

Album Stats

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Products represented
Sonic Colors / /
Sonic Lost World / /
Sonic R / /
Sonic Heroes / /
Sonic Adventure / /
Sonic Unleashed / /
Sonic Adventure 2 / /
F-ZERO X / /
Cruis'n USA / /
Mickey's Speedway USA (N64) / /
Pokémon Red & Green / /
Mario Kart 8 / /
Super Hang-On / /
Chrono Trigger / /
EarthBound / /
Full Throttle
Mario Kart 64 / /
Super Mario Bros. / /
Platforms represented
Arcade, NES (Famicom), Nintendo 64, Nintendo Game Boy, Nintendo Game Boy Advance, Nintendo Game Boy Color, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U, PC, Sega Dreamcast, Sega Saturn, SNES (Super Famicom), Sony PlayStation

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