Nosebleed Interactive’s managing director and the lead designer for Arcade Paradise, Andreas Firnigl, spoke to NME at Gamescom to substantiate that The Prodigy’s former dwell drummer was accountable for producing “80 per cent” of the Arcade Paradise soundtrack.
Arcade Paradise is a 90’s-fuelled retro arcade journey that sees the participant turning the household laundromat into “the ultimate arcade”. Perhaps fittingly, Firnigl spoke concerning the soundtrack to the sport which was produced by the previous dwell drummer for digital dance titans The Prodigy.
“Kieron Pepper, the live drummer for The Prodigy, produced probably 80 per cent of the music and the rest was just, like, my mates in bands,” stated Firnigl.
Pepper left the band after co-writing ‘Baby’s Got A Temper’, ‘Razor’ and ‘Black Smoke’ by The Prodigy, in addition to producing the late Keith Flint’s solo album, ‘Device #1’ which was by no means launched on the time, though has been leaked on-line since. Since leaving The Prodigy he’s gone on to supply with up and coming bands equivalent to Wargasm and Crashface, in addition to engaged on his personal challenge, BaseFace.
Accessing the prolonged soundtrack in Arcade Paradise sees gamers that select so as to add a jukebox to their arcades capable of entry an internet site known as Disc Jammers the place extra music is offered to be bought.
“It feels very era-appropriate,” stated Firnigl, with the tracks impressed by the likes of Nirvana and Pearl Jam amongst others.
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