Sinopsis

Who Burned My Toast? is a video game podcast where we don't just sit around and talk about the games we play and regurgitate the news for an hour. We sit down and interview the people who love to make games and feature bands who create kick ass video game music. We love games and we love music, so come join us.

Episodios

  • Musicast Ep 22: Street Fighter 2 The World Warrior

    Musicast Ep 22: Street Fighter 2 The World Warrior

    29/08/2014 Duración: 42min

    Who doesn't love this OST?! Thanks Rene for the email. Enjoy everyone.

  • Musicast 21: Metroid Series

    Musicast 21: Metroid Series

    29/10/2012 Duración: 52min

    This musicast has been a long time coming (Sorry listener Charlie Chang for making you wait so long). The Metroid series has some of the most praised soundtracks of any game out there. We spin some of the classics as well as some inspired and impressive covers from this amazing game. Subscribe on iTunes or come join the conversation on Facebook. We post all kinds of awesome random game related stuff up on that shizzle. Cover art by: Noe Leyva http://www.noeleyva.blogspot.com/ and at Deviantart http://blkcelebration.deviantart.com/

  • Musicast 20: Mechwarrior 2

    Musicast 20: Mechwarrior 2

    15/10/2012 Duración: 19min

    MechWarrior 2: 31st Century Combat is a vehicle simulation game developed and released by Activision in 1995, as part of the MechWarrior series of video games in the BattleTech franchise. Originally developed for DOS, it was ported to a variety of platforms including Windows, Apple Macintosh, and the game consoles Sega Saturn and PlayStation (as MechWarrior 2: Arcade Combat Edition).   Developer: Activision Release Date: 1995 Genre: Vehicle Simulation Game Publisher: Activision Platform: Windows, Apple, Sega Saturn and Playstation Writer: Zachary Norman Composer: Kelly Walker Rogers, Gregory Alper, Jeehun Hwang

  • Musicast 19: Half Minute Hero

    Musicast 19: Half Minute Hero

    12/10/2012 Duración: 36min
  • Musicast 18: The Legend of Zelda Orchestra

    Musicast 18: The Legend of Zelda Orchestra

    12/10/2012 Duración: 48min

    Performed by The Legend of Zelda Orchestra Bastyr Chapel in Kenmore, Washington 2011 Recorded by Chad Seiter and Bruce Botnick Composed by Koji Kondo For all of you that can't make it to one of the live performances near you, (You can check at zelda-symphony.com) we've brought to you the special edition CD that came bundled with The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword so you can enjoy this amazing music as well. Enjoy! If you have a video game you'd like us to do a Musicast of email us whoburnedmytoast@gmail.com. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

  • Musicast 17: Megaman X

    Musicast 17: Megaman X

    12/10/2012 Duración: 27min

    Dev: Capcom Publisher: Majesco Producer: Tokuro Fujiwara Art: Keiji Inafune, Hyato Kaji, Ikki Tazaki, Tatsuya Yoshikawa Writer: Keiji Inafune Composer: Setsuo Yamamoto, Makoto Tomozawa, Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara, and Toshihiko Horiyama Megaman X for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System released in 1993, is my favorite Megaman game in the whole series. Please enjoy the music. If you have a video game you'd like us to do a musicast of email us whoburnedmytoast@gmail.com. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

  • Musicast 16: World of Goo

    Musicast 16: World of Goo

    12/10/2012 Duración: 33min

    Developed by: 2D Boy Published by: 2D Boy, Nintendo 2008 Art by: Kyle Gabler Music: Kyle Gabler This week I’m going to playing for you the soundtrack to one of my favorite puzzle games to come out this console generation, no not Zak and Wiki. Although, those of you who listen to the podcast know my love for that game, anyways the soundtrack you need to be listening to right now is World of Goo! Enjoy this weeks Musicast and thanks for listening. To check out the soundtrack for yourself head on down to http://kylegabler.com/WorldOfGooSoundtrack/  and pick it up for free! If you have a video game you'd like us to do a musicast of email us whoburnedmytoast@gmail.com. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

  • Musicast Ep 15: Scott Pilgrim Vs The World The Video Game

    Musicast Ep 15: Scott Pilgrim Vs The World The Video Game

    12/10/2012 Duración: 27min

    Developed by Ubisoft Montreal. Published by Ubisoft and Universal Studios. Art by: Paul Robertson, Stephane Boutin, Jonathan Lavigne, Justin Cyr, Jonathan Kim, and Mariel Cartwright. Music: Anamanaguchi. I didn't read the graphic novel, nor did I ever care to. As fun and interesting as it might be, I was more interested in the game for a couple of reasons. Anamanaguchi I heard was going to be doing the whole soundtrack to the game. They are an 8-bit chiptune punk rock band that I had once heard. I really enjoy their music so I was very excited about this. The other super attractive thing about this game is the main artist. His name is Robert Paulson... no I mean, his name is Paul Robertson. His work is familiar to me because of one really cool video. Here it is: Big thanks to Edward Fonseca for the recommendation. If you have a video game you'd like us to do a musicast of email us whoburnedmytoast@gmail.com.. We hope you enjoy this weeks Musicast. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

  • Musicast 14: Sega Arcade Classics - Altered Beast  Golden Axe

    Musicast 14: Sega Arcade Classics - Altered Beast & Golden Axe

    12/10/2012 Duración: 56min

    SEGA! This week we're doubling up and featuring two, yes two game soundtracks. Altered Beast and Golden Axe were ported from the Arcade to the Sega Genesis early in its lifecycle. These classic games were cemented in many young gamers memories because of their great music and brutal gameplay. Come enjoy these classic distinctive gaming tunes. Hey! Send us feedback on this not so new series. Love it or hate it? Let us know. Also don't forget to send us in your requests of game soundtracks for us to feature. We hope you enjoy this weeks Musicast. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

  • Musicast 13: Demons Souls

    Musicast 13: Demon's Souls

    12/10/2012 Duración: 39min

    Back in 2009 my world was invaded by a black phantom. This black phantom was called Demon's Souls. A spiritual successor to King's Field which stood apart from all other games of it's kind. In part due to it's design, but mostly due to it's difficulty. Most people after playing this game seem to recall the old days of gaming; when you knew whatever you played was going to kick the crap out of you across the street. I even reviewed Demon's Souls back then. I gave it a Buttered Toast which is basically a 2/3. Since then I've returned to playing it and as I stated in the musicast I'm 4 play-throughs in. Anyway Please enjoy this weeks Musicast. Oh! Also visit preparetodie.com to pre-order Dark Souls which comes out October 4th. FROM SOFTWARE in join development with SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT JAPAN STUDIO (SCE Japan Studio). directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki of FROM SOFTWARE and Produced by Takeshi Kaji from SCE Japan Studio. Music composed by Shunsuke Kida. Subscribe in iTunes

  • Musicast 12: Star Fox 64

    Musicast 12: Star Fox 64

    12/10/2012 Duración: 44min

    You may have seen this one coming from a mile away, but it's only fitting to listen to classic music from one of the N64's greatest games. So to coincide with the recent release of Star Fox 64 3D, here is the soundtrack in all its Midi glory. Game Developed by: Nintendo EAD Published by: Nintendo Composer: Koji Kondo, Hajime Wakai Hey! Send us feedback on this not so new series. Love it or hate it? Let us know. Also don't forget to send us in your requests of game soundtracks for us to feature. We hope you enjoy this weeks Musicast. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

  • Musicast 11: Mushroom Men The Spore Wars

    Musicast 11: Mushroom Men The Spore Wars

    12/10/2012 Duración: 28min

    So I'm not cool enough to have played this game when it came out. I do plan to change that in the future because after hearing the music and talking about the story I'm very interested. Even the concept art is really good! Thanks to our friend Eric for the request. Enjoy. Game Developed by: Red Fly Studio Published by: Gamecock Media Music by: Les Claypool (of Primus fame) Please let us know what you think of this not so new series and don't forget to send us in your requests of game soundtracks for us to feature. We hope you enjoy this weeks Musicast. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

  • Musicast 10: Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time

    Musicast 10: Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time

    12/10/2012 Duración: 40min

    If you were paying attention recently a little known game was re-released on the Nintendo 3DS. The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D is here and along with that came a limited edition release of the Ocarina of Time soundtrack for anyone who registered the game with Club Nintendo. Well I am happy to say that we have procured a copy of the soundtrack and will be playing it for you on this very installment of the WBMT Musicast. Anyway listen up. Developed by: Nintendo EAD Producer: Shigeru Miyamoto Music composed by: Koji Kondo Please let us know what you think of this not so new series and don't forget to send us in your requests for game soundtracks for us to feature. We hope you enjoy this weeks Musicast. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

  • Musicast 9: Cho Ren Sha 68k

    Musicast 9: Cho Ren Sha 68k

    12/10/2012 Duración: 35min

    What you've never heard of it? Yeah I know. Well here's your chance to be cool once again, like you were after you snorted that pepper off of your desk in Jr. High. Yes that's right, after listening to this you'll command a new respect among your pears. Cho ren Sha 68k was a game that was made for the "Sharp 68K" gaming system that was only released in Japan. How would I know about this game at all you ask? Well they went through the trouble of porting it to windows! Here's your chance to be cool again. CLICK HERE to download the full game. Believe me you won't regret it. As you can see in the image above this is a classic space shooter, also called a "Shoot 'em up", or that other stupid phrase people like to us that I won't use. Anyway listen up. Developed by: Famibe No Yosshin Music composed by Ruzarin Kashiwagi. Please let us know what you think of this not so new series and don't forget to send us in your requests for game soundtracks for us to feature. We hope you enjoy this weeks Musicast. You can

  • Musicast 8: U.N. Squadron

    Musicast 8: U.N. Squadron

    12/10/2012 Duración: 28min

    Come and join us in celebrating 4th of July with Jets and the music from what is regarded as one of the best side scrolling shooters of all time, U.N. Squadron (Area 88 in Japan). The music comes from what I consider a golden age of Capcom games with memorable soundtracks that have stuck with an entire generation of gamers. U.N. Squadron may be lesser known but is just as good as they come. Enjoy! Original Composition by: Manami Matsumae Rewritten for the SNES by: Takashi Tateishi & Mari Yamaguchi Songs played in order: Introduction Front Line Base Enemy Airforce Boss Forest Frotress Forest Fortress 2 Boss 2 Ground Carrier Qustermaster Corp The Canyon The Minks Qustermaster Corp The Seavet Porject 4 Fortress Final Boss If you remember playing U.N. Squadron let us know. Would you be happy to see a re-release someday? Feel free to send us in your requests for game soundtracks for us to feature. Thanks for listening! You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

  • Musicast 7: Final Fantasy VII

    Musicast 7: Final Fantasy VII

    12/10/2012 Duración: 01h22min

    We invite you to join us in celebrating the music from one of the greatest RPGs of all time. Final Fantasy VII. Directed by: Yoshinori Kitase Written and Produced by:Kazushige Nojima, Yoshinori Kitase, Hironobu Sakaguchi, Tetsuya Nomura Composed by: Nobuo Uematsu Art by: Tetsuya Nomura and Yusuke Naora Songs played in order: PRELUDE MAIN THEME OPENING BOMBING MISSION STILL MORE FIGHTING ANXIOUS HEART AREITH’S THEME RED XIII’S THEME CAIT SITH’S THEME FIGHTING   MAIN THEME OPENING BOMBING MISSION STILL MORE FIGHTING ANXIOUS HEART AREITH’S THEME RED XIII’S THEME CAIT SITH’S THEME FIGHTING   SENDING A DREAM INTO OFF THE EDGE OF DESPAIR YOU CAN HEAR THE CRY OF THE PLANET THOSE CHOSEN BY THE PLANET THE BIRTH OF A GOD JENOVA Please let us know what you think of the new series and don't forget to send us in your requests for game soundtracks for us to feature. We hope you enjoy this weeks Musicast. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

  • Musicast 6: Portal

    Musicast 6: Portal

    10/10/2012 Duración: 44min

    Portal came out of nowhere in 2007 as an innovative action puzzler that quickly became one of the best games to come out in recent years. It was time to make a slight shift in the Musicast format and do game from this console generation. I couldn't think of a better games soundtrack to feature than Portal. Portal: Composers, Kelly Bailey and Mike Morask. "Still Alive," was written by Jonathan Coulton. Portal II: Composers Mike Morasky. “Want you Gone” by Jonathan Coulton I hope you enjoy the ambient techno sounds from the series. This is defiantly music that you can just kick back and put on as background music as you grind your way through your day job. I know that's what I'll be doing. Please take a moment to leave your comments below and let us know what you think of the new Musicast series and don't forget to send us in your requests for game soundtracks you would like us to feature. We hope you enjoy listening to the show. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

  • Musicast 05: Phantasy Star I  II

    Musicast 05: Phantasy Star I & II

    25/05/2011 Duración: 30min

    Phantasy Star is one of the most popular PSP games out there. On the Dreamcast too it was very popular. But before Phantasy Star went online it was just a sci-fi themed first person view RPG on the Sega Master System. Some call it the greatest RPG series of it's time. Some call it the greatest RPG series period. Whatever the case for you, Phantasy Star is something you should take a lot more seriously in the future. How many of you can remember playing any of the Phantasy Star games? Phantasy Star I: Music Composer Tokuhiko Uwabo (bo). Phantasy Star II: Music Composer Tokuhiko Uwabo (bo). Please let us know what you think of the new Musicast series and don't forget to send us in your requests for game soundtracks for us to feature. We hope you enjoy listening to the show. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

  • Musicast 04: Mega man

    Musicast 04: Mega man

    25/05/2011 Duración: 42min

    He's blue and cyan... MEGA MAN! Well on this North America game box art he's more of a yellow and bluish color, but that's beside the point. We go back to one of the greatest classics to ever grace the NES console and feature music from the first three games in the Mega Man (a.k.a Rockman) series. We hope that this episode brings back fond memories of the glory days when games were designed to kick your little kid ass. I believe most of us remember the good old days of challenging platformers and Mega Man was one of the best to come from the NES era. Mega Man: Music Composer Manami Matsumae. Cutman Fireman Bombman Elecman Dr. Wileys Castle Mega Man II: Music Composer Takashi Tateishi. Intro Metalman Flashman Quickman Woodman Airman Crashman Bubbleman Heatman Dr. Wileys Castle Mega Man III: Music Composer Yasuaki Fujita. Enemey Select Topman Sparkman Hardman Magnet man Needleman Snakeman Dr WIleys castle Please let us know what you think of the new Musicast

  • Musicast 03: Castlevania

    Musicast 03: Castlevania

    24/04/2011 Duración: 35min

    This weekend is the anniversary of the resurrection of someone very important to us. Someone who has changed lives by the masses. Someone who has a myriad of books and movies dedicated to telling the story of his life. Someone who has followers willing to do anything and everything it takes to see his return. I'm talking about our friend Dracula. This week's Musicast is dedicated to Castlevania.  One of my all time favorite series by Konami. Happy Dracula day everyone. Castlevania: Lead Designer Akihiko Nagata. Music Composer Kinuyo Yamashita. Story BGM: Black Knight Vampire Killer Stalker Wicked Child Heart of Fire Voyager Castlevania II Simon's Quest: Lead Designer H. Akamatsu. Music Composer Kenichi Matsubara. Story BGM: Password Bloody Tears Silence of Daylight Monster Night Dwelling of Doom Dracula's Castle Game Over Castlevania III Dracula's Curse: Lead Designer H. Akamatsu. Music Composers Hidenori Maezawa, Jun Funahashi, and Yukie Morimoto. Story BGM: Encounter Beginning Aquarius Clockwork

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