BlaZeon is a horizontal shooter, developed by A.I Co and published by Atlus in 1992 for the arcade. Originally a Japanese only release, Atlus ported the game to the SNES for Japan AND the US shortly after (in the same year, 1992) The music (composed by Tsukasa Masuko) is totally pumpin’ and deserves a listen. Join in as we dive into the soundtrack.
BlaZeon (Atlus, 1992)
Composed by Tsukasa Masuko
- 0:00:07 Next Step (Stage Clear)
- 0:04:54 Optimistic Departure (Title Demo / Stage 1)
- 0:09:26 Cosmic Ocean Blue (Stage 2 [First Section])
- 0:16:08 Cosmic Ocean Blue (SNES)
- 0:20:48 Alpha (Stage 2 [Second Section])
- 0:28:41 Infinite World (Stage 3)
- 0:40:06 Unlimited Attack (Middle Boss)
- 0:43:29 Intimidating Spaces (Boss)
- 0:57:12 Fighting Machine (Stage 4 [First Section])
- 1:01:01 Emergency Avoidance (Stage 4 [Second Section])
- 1:05:03 Battle of Silence (Stage 5)
- 1:11:25 Hop, Step, Jump! (Ending)
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I’m glad you guys covered this because after hearing the SNES soundtrack, I never would’ve thought to listen to the arcade version.
It’s much better than the SNES and I wanna kick myself not knowing that a better version of Emergency Avoidance…I’ve been listening to it for years.
The SNES soundtrack ain’t bad but after hearing the Arcade version it’s hard to go back, right?
Yeah, the SNES isn’t terrible or anything, but I love to hear the original version of it.
Either way, the compositions are solid and the T&C Surf Design comparison made me nostalgic, LOL! THRILLA GORILLA!
Recently I was listening to all of Tsukasa musics the the stage 5 caught my attention and I do listen it many times. It pushes me to seek more and enjoy it. I hope there is a remix versions.