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Nerds Without Pants Special: Makin' Music With Megan McDuffee

We bring in the Noize!

 Welcome, welcome, welcome, to the annual Nerds Without Pants music special! We’re coming back from hiatus very soon, but before that we have an AMAZING guest to talk about some of our favorite video game music with: none other than Megan McDuffee, the composer and singer of the River City Girls soundtrack!

Be sure to find Megan at pretty much every social media outlet you can think of and tell her how awesome she was on this episode, and be sure to grab a copy of her new EP, Barely Covered:



Into the Unknown from Subnautica - Simon Chylinski 

Daredevil from Ace Combat 7- Keiki Kobayashi

Mules from Death Stranding – Ludwig Fossell

Dawn from Skyrim – Jeremy Soule

Ready to Shave from Hypnospace Outlaw – Hot Dad (featuring Dave Pino)

Inception from Valfaris - Curt Vicor Bryant

Maze Forest from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Manaka Kataoka, Yasuaki Iwata, and Hajime Wakai

God Shattering Star from Fire Emblem: Three Houses - Takeru Kanazaki, Hiroki Morishita, and Rei Kondo

Edgewater (Night) from The Outer Worlds – Justin Bell 

Boss Boss Boss from Katana Zero – Bill Kiley 

Theme of Bloodstained (piano version with vocals) from Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night – Michiru Yamane 

Medley: Eye of Death/Wild Hearts Never Die/Dragon Heart/Clair De Lune/A Place I Don't Know from Sayonara Wild Hearts – Daniel Olsen 

Between Heaven and Earth from Fire Emblem: Three Houses – Rei Kondo 

Boss: Noize from River City Girls – Megan McDuffee 

The Hunt from River City Girls – Megan McDuffee






01/17/2020 at 03:23 PM

Holy crap.  Awesome episode, awesome guest.  

Julian Titus Senior Editor

01/17/2020 at 06:21 PM

Thanks! We were super stoked to have her on.


01/18/2020 at 01:23 AM

I think it's pretty neat you got Megan McDuffee. River City Girls was probably the closest I'll ever get to seeing a video game version of one of my favorite anime classics, Project A-Ko. Megan's music helped capture some of the vibe of Project A-Ko. 

Julian Titus Senior Editor

01/22/2020 at 12:35 AM

The Project A-Ko soundtrack has been popping up on shuffle for me a lot lately, and it makes me want to track the anime down. Haven't seen it in 20 years.

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