Obligatory Forest Level

from Live from the Overworld by The Runaway Four

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Welcome to World 6: Obligatory Forest Level

Why is it that almost every video game has a forest level? Perhaps it's because of their diversity and the many feelings that can be expressed through their role in any story. They can be gentle places filled with light, they can be dark and foreboding, and in most cases they are places of mystery where danger or delight could be hiding just around the corner. Obligatory Forest Level explores all of these facets with classic music from Chrono Trigger, many Final Fantasies, Pokemon, Banjo-Kazooie and tons more. This is an 18 minute epic featuring our guest flautist Ingrid Cheung.


from Live from the Overworld, released June 23, 2018
0:00 “Venerable Forest” from Star Ocean 2 (PSX, 1998) by Motoi Sakuraba
1:15 “Eterna Forest” from Pokemon Diamond/Pearl/Platinum (NDS, 2006) by Hitomi Sato
2:30 “Forest of Illusion” from Super Mario World (SNES, 1990) by Koji Kondo
3:35 “Secret of the Forest” from Chrono Trigger (SNES, 1996) by Yasunori Mitsuda
5:47 “Phantom Forest” from Final Fantasy VI (SNES, 1994) by Nobuo Uematsu
7:28 “Stirring the Forest” from Final Fantasy IX (PSX, 2000) by Nobuo Uematsu
9:35 “Into the Thick of It” from Secret of Mana (SNES, 1993) by Hiroki Kikuta
11:02 “Lost Woods” from Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (SNES, 1991) by Koji Kondo
11:28 “Viridian Forest” from Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow (GB, 1996) by Junichi Masuda
12:30 “Murasaki Forest” from Mother 3 (GBA, 2006) by Shogo Sakai
13:55 “Beware the Forest’s Mushrooms” from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (SNES, 1994) by Yoko Shimomura
14:48 “Lost Woods” from Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64, 1998) by Koji Kondo
15:20 “Title Theme” from Wario’s Woods (NES, 1994) by Shinobu Amayake & Soyo Oka
16:05 “Click Clock Wood (Spring)” from Banjo-Kazooie (N64, 1998) by Grant Kirkhope
17:21 “Green Greens” from Kirby Superstar (SNES, 1996) by Jun Ishikawa


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The Runaway Four mix, match and mash the best of video game music from classic tunes to hidden gems. With over 300 songs in their repertoire they span all genres and generations, giving all gamers something to enjoy from their themed medleys, timed visuals, cosplay and energetic performance. ... more

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