Sunday Serenade: Syntech, Future Animals, and more!

Time for another Sunday morning dose of random songs that I’ve been listening to this past week! Welcome to Sunday Serenade — now let’s crank the jams up with… 

“ByT&E” by Syntech — A catchy synth-only track from 1989!

“Testing the Passionate Bonds” from Tales of Zestiria — Wonderfully spirited boss fight music. I like the Spanish guitar giving this a dance-like quality.

“Animal” by Jim Yosef and Riell — Man, there’s some great emotion running through this one. It’s epic in the best sense.

“The Best Days” by Sam Feldt and Karma Child — A lovely mix of sweet and sorrow.

“Ask For It” by Future Animals — Another downbeat/upbeat song that sucked me right into the depths of it.

“Feliz Navidad” by F4ST — A little house with your Christmas classics!

“Dynamite” by BTS — I only became aware of this Kpop group a week ago due to writing a news piece about them popping up in an MMO… and then this song came into one of my channels. It’s plenty poppy.

“99 Red Balloons” by Oliver Nelson — I definitely don’t like the singing here, but the melody is… I don’t know. It scratches an interesting itch in my brain.

“Dungeon” from Sword of Vermilion — A surprisingly good Genesis RPG tune!

One thought on “Sunday Serenade: Syntech, Future Animals, and more!

  1. bhagpuss December 6, 2020 / 2:04 pm

    You do know the original 99 Red Balloons, I assume? Or, I should say, the English language version of the German original 99 Luftballons? It was a U.S. hit as well as being huge in Europe, wasn’t it? If it’s the melody you like it’s there without the slightly annoying voice. Also it’s quintessentially 80s which should be right up your street.

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