Bad Street Brawler (NES)
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Bad Street Brawler is a NES port of the game Bop'n Rumble for the C64. The game is a mediocre beat 'em up. The player takes the role of Duke, who happens to look a lot like Duke Nukem. The game was announced by Mindscape at the Winter CES, but it was scrapped in favor of Paperboy, and Mattel bought the rights to let the development team to add the Power Glove.
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There are only 5 songs in the game. While they are catchy tunes, they can get annoying after playing the game for a long period of time. Neil Brennan, who worked at Beam Software as a main programmer, originally composed the Title tune, but Gavan Anderson and Tania Smith rewrote the NES version and added their own songs. Even the Carmen Overture makes an appearance in the soundtrack. While the game does not have credits, Gavan confirmed who did the music. The song titles contain the name of the source files. The music was written in Music Macro Language using Gregg Barnett's sound driver.
The source code gives the real names of three of the songs, along with their composer.
|01||Street Stuff (Title)||Neil Brennan||Gavan Anderson, Tania Smith||1:52||Download|
|02||Street Jive||Gavan Anderson||Gavan Anderson, Tania Smith||1:52||Download|
|03||Boss||Gavan Anderson, Tania Smith||Gavan Anderson, Tania Smith||1:01||Download|
|04||Bull Fighter (Cutscene)||Georges Bizet||Gavan Anderson, Tania Smith||1:01||Download|
|05||Death||Gavan Anderson, Tania Smith||Gavan Anderson, Tania Smith||0:02||Download|
- Recorder: Doommaster1994
- Game Credits:
(Verified by Gavan; game lacks credits)
Ripping NES music is a very arduous process that is beyond the scope of this site.