Game Radio Stations

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NoLife Radio

xxx - - - NoLife-radio.com - - - xxx 96kbps The Video Games Music Channel
Eternal Arcadia - Main Theme -- Dreamcast
http://nolife-radio.com
Genres: video game music

StreamingSoundtracks.com - Scores of Music from Movies, Game, TV & Anime w/Chat & Automated Requests


James Horner - Perfect Storm, The - To The Flemish Cap (7:17)
http://www.streamingsoundtracks.com
Genres: soundtracks score video game

Not GamingFM


Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life - GameCube - Lets Give Him a Name! (0:42)
http://gamingfmtmp.com/playing.html
Genres: video game

Retro PC GAME Streaming Radio for Gyusyabu


TCgrEX for X68k 03. Successor [퍼/ZXEEFYfC] (C)1990, 1991 GAINAX
http://gyusyabu.ddo.jp
Genres: game

GBR gamebytesradio | LIVE Video Game Music


Nintendo Sound Team - Brinstar - Super Smash Bros. For Nintendo 3DS / Wii U -A Smashing Soundtrack
http://gamebytesradio.net
Genres: video game music

The Spinning Stream: Nintendo Music Radio


The Story Tellers Tower - Professor Layton VS Gyakuten Saiban Magical Mystery Music - Tomohito Nishiura
http://www.destinedhero.com
Genres: game

The SID Station


Karsten Kekert - Abyss subtune1
http://c64radio.com
Genres: video game music

Otterlandia Radio


Calum Bowen, Xarnax42 - Final Fantasy VI Blackjacks Breakup Bossa OC ReMix

Genres: video game music rock electronic

Nerd Vision Radio


Nobuo Uematsu - The Last Battle

Genres: anime game gaming japanese j

ReBIT Radio - La radio senza tempo


Hazel - [Ftv]

Genres: game soundtrack

Gaming World United Radio


ClubM-FluteInTheSky
http://voscast.com
Genres: video game music

New Wave Radio - Soundtrack


John Williams - Qui Gons Noble End (Star Wars: The Phantom Menace - 03:43)
http://www.nwr.hu
Genres: classic soundtrack game soundtrack

SimCity stream


07 Rush Hour Chain Reaction
http://www.icehosting.nl
Genres: game music

About Game Music

Video game music refers to the soundtrack or background music from computer games. In its early days the music was restricted by old technological constraints to low bitrate sounds and the use of simple monophonic melodies. Video game music has since developed hugely in more recent years to the same complexity and quality standard as to be expected from television or movie soundtracks.

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