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Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues (Original Game Soundtrack)

Leo Birenberg, Zach Robinson

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1.1
Main Menu
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:26
1.2
Miyagi-Do Dojo
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:12
1.3
Cobra Kai Dojo
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:11
1.4
Arcade
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
3:30
1.5
Overall Boss Fight
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:18
1.6
Reseda
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:06
1.7
Smitty's Diner
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
1:45
1.8
Encino
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:18
1.9
Larusso Auto
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:16
1.10
Shopping Mall
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
3:35
1.11
Woodley Ave
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:05
1.12
Oaks on the Beach Club
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:16
1.13
Beach Party
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:23
1.14
TV Studios
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:21
1.15
All-Valley
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
3:03
1.16
Park
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:32
1.17
Foothills
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:17
1.18
Beach Street
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
1:49
1.19
School
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
3:19
1.20
Bar
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:05
1.21
Valley Fest
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
3:04
1.22
Final Dojo
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:02
1.23
Cutscene Neutral
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
1:20
1.24
Cutscene Tension
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
1:34
1.25
Pawn Shop
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
0:58
1.26
Mission Complete - Cobra Kai
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
0:10
1.27
Mission Complete - Miyagi-Do
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
0:10
1.28
Game Over - Cobra Kai
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
0:12
1.29
Game Over - Miyagi-Do
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
0:12
1.30
Staff Roll
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
3:31
1.31
Big Houses (Bonus Track)
Leo Birenberg; Zach Robinson
2:04
Total Playing Time    64:04
Madison Gate Records release the Original Game Soundtrack for Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues, with original music by Leo Birenberg and Zach Robinson. Made in collaboration with the series showrunners of the new series Cobra Kai, the game delivers an original two-fold story from dueling perspectives complete with character-driven cutscenes and a classic 80's inspired score from Birenberg and Robinson. "If you take a listen to 'Strike First,' 'Mall Fight,' or 'Hallway Hellscape' off our series soundtrack albums, you'll immediately hear how the music of Cobra Kai is intrinsically linked to retro video game soundtracks. We grew up playing side-scrolling brawlers like Streets of Rage, Double Dragon, Final Fight, and Power Rangers, and the music of those games is a huge influence to the show's sound." - Zach Robinson "When we were approached to score the Cobra Kai game, we were incredibly excited, both as composers and gamers, to awaken the snake and fully embrace the score's video game-inspired roots. The sound of the game expands on the show's 1980's-influenced, heavy metal and synthwave palette, but draws further on the video game soundtrack ethos created by composers such as Kazunaka Yamane and Nobuo Uematsu. We composed over 25 new tracks each with its own personality and flavor depending on the level they accompany." - Leo Birenberg
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Madison Gate Records Studio Masters

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