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Robin Beanland

Such a wide variety of styles and genres of music is rare (no pun intended!) in video games these days. Beanland's score is humorous and entertaining, much like the game it is taken from. Highlights for me are the flatulent sounding 'poo' and the drunken trombone of 'Beardy, Erm Birdy'. I'm curious as to why Dweezil Zappa's name appears first in the artist field. Granted, his guitar playing on track 4, 'Surf Punks', is simply amazing, but that's his only contribution. As the composer of pretty much all of the soundtrack (with the exception of track 1), Robin Beanland deserves all the credit.


Like Jimmy, I cannot understand why Dweezil Zappa and Nile Rogers are deserving any of the credits on this soundtrack when Robin Beanland and his colleagues at Rare have produced one of the best Games' accompaniments that have been released. Let's get it right!! Each track is very imaginative however and well played. My 64 year old mother loves it!


Born: 05 September 1969 in Hollywood, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Son of Frank Zappa and a heavy metal disciple of Eddie Van Halen and Steve Vai, Dweezil released his first album, Havin' a Bad Day, in 1986. He worked a stint as a VJ on MTV, appeared in the films Pretty in Pink and The Running Man, and had a brief sojourn in TV situation comedy with his sister Moon Unit, on 1988-1989's Normal Life. Dweezil also issued his second album, My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama, in 1988, following it in 1991 with Confessions, and subsequently took a break from solo recording....
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