OK to be Loco

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OK to be Loco
Composer Christian Salyer, Eric Klein Alexander Brandon, Daniel Gardopee
Released 1999

OK to be Loco is one of the in-game tunes for the game Vigilante 8: Second Offense. The song is a reference to the character Nina Loca. The song's Japanese title is ガンバレ ロコ (Ganbare Loco = Good Luck Loco).

Games

Vigilante 8: Second Offense (PS1)

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Vigilante 8: Second Offense (PS1)
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Arranger Christian Salyer, Eric Klein, Javier Marquez
Released 1999-10-31
Format CD


Vigilante 8: Second Offense (DC)

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Vigilante 8: Second Offense (DC)
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Arranger Christian Salyer, Eric Klein, Javier Marquez
Released 1999-11-30
Format CD


Vigilante 8: Second Offense (N64)

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Vigilante 8: Second Offense (N64)
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Arranger Alexander Brandon, Daniel Gardopee
Released 2000-02-02
Length 4:19
Format USF

Like the rest of the songs, the N64 version has an entirely different soundtrack than the PlayStation and DreamCast versions since the N64 version was done by Alexander Brandon and Dan Gardopee. Both the N64 and disc versions share a nice Latin soundtrack. The N64 version has nice gear sounds to accompany the percussion, giving it a more fitting feel to the game. There is a USF rip available for this game, however, we have recorded the music from a real N64 console for better authenticity.

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