California Raisins: The Grape Escape (NES)

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California Raisins: The Grape Escape
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Platform: NES
Year: Unreleased
Developer: Radiance

California Raisins: The Grape Escape is an unreleased game developed by Radiance, a company known for making bad games. Surprisingly, this game is a decent one and probably their best game. The story is that the California Raisins band members were captured by a rival band group and they need to be rescued.

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Music

The music is not the best music on the NES, but it does justice. It is surprising to know that the title and ending music are from the actual commercial. This game was Scott Etherton's first and last soundtrack, as he went on to programming games instead of doing music for them and passed away shortly after. The game's programmer Robert Morgan said that Scott Etherton used Acid Loops and Sound Forge for the game's music.

Recording

# Title ComposerArranger Length Listen Download
01 I Heard it Through the Grapevine Marvin GayeScott Etherton 1:52
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02 Level Select Scott EthertonScott Etherton 3:16
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03 Factory Scott EthertonScott Etherton 1:44
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04 Maize Maze Scott EthertonScott Etherton 2:01
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05 Grapevine Scott EthertonScott Etherton 1:52
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06 Juicery Scott EthertonScott Etherton 2:24
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07 Boss Scott EthertonScott Etherton 1:45
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08 Death Scott EthertonScott Etherton 0:04
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09 All Lives Lost Scott EthertonScott Etherton 0:06
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Title: California Raisins
Platform: NES
Released: Unreleased
Publisher: Capcom