We Are Error Ep. 40: Triforce Tunes Vol. 1


Jon Romo and Christopher Herman have returned for another video game music episode. This installment features the duo talking about their favorite musical compositions from the first five Zelda games,  The Legend of Zelda, The Adventure of LinkA Link to the Past, Link’s Awakening, and Ocarina of Time. Before discussing all those great songs though, the two also talk about the New Nintendo 2DS, Minecraft: Education Edition, and the surprising Darksiders 3 announcement.

Title Screen (The Legend of Zelda) – 00:04
Princess Zelda’s Rescue (A Link to the Past) – 33:44
Overworld (The Legend of Zelda) – 46:00
Labyrinth (The Legend of Zelda) – 46:44
Overworld (Zelda II: The Adventure of Link) – 47:43
Palace Theme (Zelda II: The Adventure of Link) – 48:38
Kakariko Village (A Link to the Past) – 58:57
Dark World (A Link to the Past) – 1:00:32
Hyrule Castle (A Link to the Past) – 1:02:38
Mysterious Forest (Link’s Awakening) – 1:04:12
Tal Tal Heights (Link’s Awakening) – 1:05:12
Water Temple (Ocarina of Time) – 1:15:53
Forest Temple (Ocarina of Time) – 1:17:33
Zora’s Domain (Ocarina of Time) – 1:19:20
Gerudo Valley (Ocarina of Time) – 1:20:58
Great Fairy’s Fountain (Ocarina of Time) – 1:30:30

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4 thoughts on “We Are Error Ep. 40: Triforce Tunes Vol. 1”

  1. Jon, if you like manuals with your game, you might like the monthly box service, “Indiebox” which give you a physical copy of a game with a manual to it, as well as the Sound Track, and 2-4 custom made items. I’ve been with it for about a year, and I’m quite happy with it.

      1. No prob dude. It my favorite Monthly Box service. If you want to check out one of the past boxes, the only thing to know. Everything before “Hand of Fate” the games where on a USB Drive. After that they have all the games on Disc.

  2. Nintendo should release their soundtracks on iTunes and other digital services. It is quite hard to find the CDs. I did manage to get a copy of the Super Mario Galaxy CD at a used CD store though.

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