VGdrum Request VIII: Zombies Ate My Neighbors “Zombie Panic”

Happy Halloween! It’s a day late (I’m lazy), but here’s the next request. Zombies Ate My Neighbors is a pretty fun game with the quirkiest soundtrack you’ll ever hear on the SNES. I love how eclectic it is.

Am I the only one who hears a tinge of Danny Elfman’s “Batman” theme in the title screen music?

I apologize for the weird transition in the beginning. I messed up the drum intro so I went back to re-record that part. Unfortunately my china cymbal drowns out the sound of my snare at certain parts. Makes me wish I had drum mics so I wouldn’t have to rely on the camera’s audio anymore.

The next video or two may just be my own pick this time, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t forgotten about any requests. Keep ‘em coming!

The music was requested by Gwen S. & Matt R.

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“Zombie Panic” was composed by George Alistair Sanger.

Zombies Ate My Neighbors (Zombies in Europe and Australia) was developed by LucasArts and published by Konami (SNES, Mega Drive/Genesis) and LucasArts (Virtual Console) in 1993/1994.


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Author: Patrick Kulikowski View all posts by
Patrick Kulikowski is a Rutgers University graduate with aspirations of joining the game industry. I have a strong love of games and their music. When not serving as Associate Editor for Pixelitis,net and a writer for Game Music Online, you'll see him working on a game music drum cover project entitled "VGdrum" and managing his Breath of Fire Facebook and Twitter fan pages.

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