Ape Escape Originape Soundtracks streaming on Spotify
Ape Escape Originape Soundtracks by Soichi Terada is available for streaming on YouTube Music, Spotify and Amazon Music Unlimited. The Japan Studio title, developed in 1999, is among the earliest PlayStation games to make full use of the DualShock controller's twin analog sticks.
Studio album Asakusa Light by Terada ships on two analog records from The Rush Hour store in the Netherlands. The house music album, featured as Bandcamp's album of the day back in January, utilizes the same synthesizers and drum machines that featured in the composer's music produced in the 1990s, preceding his score for Ape Escape.
From the product page:
Experience Ape Escape originally released on the PlayStation console, enhanced with up-rendering, rewind, quick save, and custom video filters.YouTube Music - Ape Escape Originape Soundtracks
A horde of apes has stolen the Professor’s time machine and travelled back through history to alter the past and ensure that monkeykind rules the world. It’s up to Spike – and his collection of incredible gadgets – to save the day.
Hunt down hundreds of cheeky chimps in the original Ape Escape™ adventure and collect loads of cool gadgets and tools, including a slingshot, monkey-net, sky-flying propeller, radio-controlled car, and monkey radar. Enjoy over 20 levels of madcap mayhem plus bonus mini-games including ski racing and Monkey Boxing.
Rush Hour Store - Asakusa Light 2xLP
Fun Fact: Ape Escape is one of the earliest original PlayStation titles to make full use of the DualShock controller's analog sticks.— PlayStation (@PlayStation) July 23, 2022
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