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Mitch Hoogerhuis
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Mitch Hoogerhuis Very nice EP, they really pull off the the 90's era video game sound perfectly. It is extremely reminiscent of older Sega soundtracks which were always some of my most favorite. Keep up the great work! Favorite track: Kamata Highway.
Zach McCue
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Zach McCue This EP does a marvelous job of capturing a very specific sound from a specific time: That of early-to-mid 90's Sega arcade games. If the sounds of Out Run's Hiroshi Kawaguchi or Daytona USA's Takenobu Mitsuyoshi are beloved video game soundtracks, then give this a spin. I could listen to a full album or two of this stuff! Favorite track: Hiro Zone.
Terence Jackson
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Terence Jackson Drums are off da chain.
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Vagabond226 Love this album. I get a Sega Saturn-ish vibe from each track (if that makes any sense). This also officially made me a fan of Jazz Fusion. Favorite track: Keihin-Tōhoku.
Bo Hernö
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Bo Hernö Fantastic Fusion in the vein of bands such as T-square and casiopea. Favorite track: Kamata Highway.
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    High energy fusion with a video gamey twist!

    The Debut EP from Project Dolphin. Massively inspired by Japanese jazz fusion, Coffee, 90’s Video Game soundtracks and Shmups.

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Debut EP!

Blue Sky/video game/fusion inspired joy!


released September 6, 2010

All tracks written by Project Dolphin
Mastered by Oscar Cassidy

If you'd like to use any of our stuff in a video/game project. Or are interested in having original music written for your project. Just drop us a line...

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