Namco Museum: Arcade Greatest Hits

Spacelab9 have announced that they will be releasing a title called “Namco Museum:  Arcade Greatest Hits” on vinyl.

On February 9, 2018 Spacelab9 shared a photo of the cover art, which included pictures of Dig Dug, Gaplus, Mappy, Pac-Man, Rolling Thunder, and Xevious.

There are currently no details on a release date.

Dig Dug

Synth-pop songs by Digital Air (aka. Gary Wright) released in 1984. Inspired and titled after the game, but not otherwise related.

Promo version of the Dig Dug single, which features the title track on both sides and does not include Berzerk as the commercial release.

Dig Dug / Berzerk

Synth-pop songs by Digital Air (aka. Gary Wright) released in 1984. Inspired and titled after the games, but not otherwise related.

Video Game Music

LP released in 1984. It contains 10 tracks from the games, Xeviouis, Bosconian, Pac-Man, Phozon, Mappy, Libble Rabble, Pole Position, New Rally-X, Dig Dub, and Galaga. All tracks are arranged versions done by Haruomi Hosono.

There’s been a few different pressings of this album. This is a Japanese promotion pressing on Yen Records.

Video Game Music

LP released in 1984. It contains 10 tracks from the games, Xeviouis, Bosconian, Pac-Man, Phozon, Mappy, Libble Rabble, Pole Position, New Rally-X, Dig Dub, and Galaga. All tracks are arranged versions done by Haruomi Hosono.

There’s been a few different pressings of this album. This is the Dutch pressing on Pick Up Records.

Video Game Music

LP released in 1984. It contains 10 tracks from the games, Xeviouis, Bosconian, Pac-Man, Phozon, Mappy, Libble Rabble, Pole Position, New Rally-X, Dig Dub, and Galaga. All tracks are arranged versions done by Haruomi Hosono.

There’s been a few different pressings of this album. This is the Japanese pressing on Yen Records.

Namcot Game A La Mode

LP released in 1986 by Victor. It contains 9 tracks from the games Valkyrie no Bōken: Toki no Kagi Densetsu, Mappy, Warp Man, Galaxian, Galaga, Star Luster, Xevious, Tower Of Babel, Battle City, Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Sky Kid, and Libble Rabble. Some of the tracks are medleys with music from several games.

Namco Video Game Graffiti

LP released in 1986 by Victor. It contains 9 tracks from the games Motos, Sky Kid, Baraduke, Star Luster, Genpei Tōma Den, New Rally-X, Mappy, Dig Dug, and Libble Rabble.

Boba Fettucini Presents: Arcade Breaks

LP containing breaks and beats for DJ use taken from video game samples. Made by Boba Fettucini and released by Mon Mothma Recordings. It contains samples from the games Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Galaga, Excite Bike, Pole Position, Doom, Super Mario Bros., Space Harrier, and more.

The Return Of Video Game Music

LP released in 1985 by G.M.O. Records and Alfa. It contains 13 tracks from the games Pole Position 2, Grobda, Dig Dug, Dragon Buster, Metro Cross, Gaplus, and The Tower Of Druaga.