Talk:Blog:Share a Song of Six Pence

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Dylan said ...

I'm almost certain this is Michiharu Hasuya. Reasoning: he is credited as "T. Hasuya" as Rygar composer, and if you listen to other NES sountracks attributed to "T.Hasuya", they sound very much like his work...even Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode uses some of the same waveforms he uses in other games. I've heard others I'm almost positive he's done, like Clash at Demonhead.

Composers for the NES often had very distinct styles, Masaharu "Rezon" Iwata comes to mind.

--Dylan 23:36, 25 November 2009 (CST)

CRV said ...

Didn't realize Hasuya was credited in Rygar...

--CRV 02:00, 26 November 2009 (CST)

Andrew said ...

<comment date="2013-01-03T03:14:04Z" name="Andrew"> No one in Japan would have noticed at the time, since the Japanese version of Rygar has a completely different soundtrack for some reason. </comment> <endFeed />