8-Bit Demakes of Classic TV Show Themes

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If you listen to the Retroist Podcast, you probably hear the music of site regular Peachy all the time. In addition to making very fine original music he also engages in a hobby. He likes to remake or “demake” classic TV shows in 8-bit format. He just released a fresh crop of them on his Soundcloud page and each one is wonderful (I am sure you will hear them again on some future podcast). So give them a listen, download them and enjoy some re-interpreted TV audio magic.


8 Responses to 8-Bit Demakes of Classic TV Show Themes

  1. I own many tapes (yes cassette tapes) of Peachy from the late 90s/early 2000 thrashing around on a guitar like a demented Al Jourgensen. Oh what a fine noise he made then, and clearly still does now.

  2. Atari Adventure Square says:

    Great Peachy sounds!
    I’ll be thinking of 8-bit game-playing some favorite TV shows, today.

    Great tag at the end of QL!

  3. Dallas actually sounded like a pretty good 8-bit action game soundtrack.

    Now it’s stuck in my head…dammit…

    Awesome tunes, though!

  4. The Retroist says:

    @Gavin – I would like to hear some of that trashing.

  5. It’ll take me a little while (I live in a diff country to where all my old stuff is now) but once I have it – you’ll have it.

  6. VicSage says:

    Awesome stuff as always, Peachy! I agree with Atari Adventure Square 100%, that ending on Quantum Leap is just beautiful. :)

  7. peachy says:

    @Gavin Buckley
    If you ever, ever play those tapes to anyone with ears I would probably spontaneously combust.

    Now I need to make a comment that not only makes me seem humble but at the same time agrees with how damned awesome I am ;)

  8. The Retroist says:

    @peachy – In the interest of science and the study of spontaneous combustion, I really need to hear these tapes now.

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