Welcome to the main Sonic Section of the website. Here you will find thousands upon thousands of Sonic related media. Teams of highly trained hedgehogs were sent to gather up all of the stuff in this section and they're still on it. So take your time and explore every nook and cranny, while we begin training the foxes, echidnas, and armadillos to expand our work force so we can bring you even more content.
Crazy Marketing Schemes
So I’m getting things together for the Official Albums page and I come across a few of SEGA’s old European released albums. Brings a tear to the eye when you remember the days when all SEGA had to do is slap an image of Sonic on the cover and it would sell itself. This is probably the only era that you would find popular artists of the time; like the Backstreet Boys, Tag Team, and Tony Toni Toné all on the same album with Sonic.
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[Music » Official Albums] Rock Out to The Best of Sonic the Hedgehog!
In our effort to get our site back and running, we've just updated our Official Albums section with one of the greatest video game compilation albums in history: True Blue: The Best of Sonic the Hedgehog is now available for download in its entirety!
This album features some exclusive songs (at the time of release) like the upbeat Super Smash Bros. Brawl version of Angel Island Zone and the absolute banger that is the Crush 40 version of Seven Rings in Hand. Along with some of the most memorable vocal tracks from the famous blue hedgehog's history.
Stay tuned for future updates right here on Retro Media! See you next time!
Hatsune Sings Sonic Classics
If Japan is the land of the rising sun, the British Empire is the land where the sun never sets and the Arctic Circle is the land of the midnight sun; where does the sun go? Apparently it curls up into the fetal position and nervously rocks back and forth over Japan, or so says economic reports. What on Earth does this have to do with anything? Nothing, I just like messing with you.
Speaking of Japan, awesome segue I know, it looks like someone with a Miku Hatsune and a Ren Kagamine Vocaloid decided to synthesize Green Hill Zone and Chemical Plant Zone. Now that I pretty much lost a good majority of you, I will explain who’s who. (You can also turn the text off by clicking the speech bubble on the player)
Vocaloid is a singing synthesizer application that the Yamaha Corporation developed, so you can produce singing through the use of lyrics and melody. Each application that is released is also given a persona to make them more appealing and easier to sell to their demographic market. So what’s the big deal? Well in 2004, a few weeks after the first application (Miku Hatsune) was released, fan videos of her singing started appearing on video hosting sites. Just like with any viral video, it had mass appeal and she eventually became a virtual idol (in Japan). Don’t believe me? Well, let’s say she’s held a couple of “live” concerts and they were all packed with fans.