Russell Lieblich’s 1986 Music For The C-64 ‘Transformers: The Battle To Save The Earth’

Pic via Martin Smith and Moby Games

Pic via Martin Smith and Moby Games

Now here is the way to get yourself moving in the mornings, my friends! Take a moment for yourself and listen to game composer Russell Lieblich’s score for the Commodore 64 release of Transformers: The Battle to the Save the Earth!

[Via] Manialt
Transformers: BTSTE was designed by Activision co-founder David Crane, who you might know as being the designer on such classic games as Pitfall, Ghostbusters, and Pitfall II to name just a few. Russell Lieblich was a game programmer and designer himself for Activision and the Intellivision besides being a musician, sadly Lieblich passed away on January 26, 2005. He suffered a fatal heart attack outside of his home in Long Island, New York.


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