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Game musicEdit

This is a list of music present in the sound test of Pulseman.

#BGMUsed in
01Neo TokyoStage 1 (real world)
02Integrated CityStage 1 (cyberworld)
03Blank StructureStage 1 boss: Virtual Hand
04Stereo ProtectStage 2
05Cycle PatitionStage 2
06Real OverflowStage 2
07CL ArchitectureStage 2 boss: Wonder Tree
08Shutdown 2Stage 3 (Chasing D.D.T. in the beginning)
09Kernel PagesStage 3
10TechnologyStage 3
11Halt 16 VoiceStage 3 boss: Dynamite Desert Tank
12Brain WashStage 4
13Brain VoiceStage 4
14Piston PowerStage 4
15RebootingStage 4
16Boot SequenceStage 4 boss: Texture Mapping Noishinsu
17RemountingStage 5
18Voltage AlgorismStage 5
19MetamorphoserStage 5 boss: Veil
20Dead DimensionStage 6
21End TracebackStage 6
22Run CommandStage 6 boss: Super Strong Submarine
23Stop ProgramStage 7
24Swap AreaStage 7
25Port 1Stage 7
26Memory StaticStage 7
27Bad TrapStage 7 boss: Great Core
28File SystemsStage 7
29AcceleraterFinal boss: Doc Waruyama (first part)
30ShutdownFinal boss (second part)
31Electrace ManTitle screen
32Super TargetBonus Stage
33Dump SucceededStage Select screen
34AmabilisStaff Credits

Electrace PulsemanEdit

Electrace Pulseman is a CD released in Japan by Nippon Columbia in 1994. It contains music produced and arranged by Stereotype, which is mainly formed by Satoshi Tajiri (Game Freak), Dai Satō (White Base), Yoshinori Sunahara, Naohito Kawano (Studio Sound Dali), Junichi Masuda (Game Freak), and Ken Sugimori (Game Freak).

  1. INICIO/DEL CARTUCHO
  2. Electrace Pulse Man
  3. OPEN YOUR -MOSAiC-
  4. Electrace Pulse Man [revenge]
  5. IHR ZIEL
  6. DETESTI LEGGERE I MANUALI
  7. SALASANAT
  8. 16-bit SAD FINAL SECRET
  9. BACK SPACE STRIKES BACK
  10. GIGA DRIVER

Frogman RecordsEdit

Pulseman arranges released by Frogman Records in Japan.

Pulseman ~ Double Pack AlbumEdit

Vinyl released in 1994.

#ArrangerMusic
TOKYO SIDE
1NINJAHEADPulseman VS Sineman
2STEREOTYPEFAQ
3MIND DESIGNAbsolute Science
4C.T. SCANMacro Scope
WORLD SIDE
1RESISTANCE DBeatrice
2STATION ROSEPulseman Goes to Pray
3G.T.O.Pulse 3

Pulseman e.p.Edit

Vinyl released in 1994.

#ArrangerMusic
1Last Front (Fumiya Tanaka)Galaxy Gang
2NinjaheadPulseman VS Sineman
3Transmission 09C-Life

PulsemanEdit

CD released in 1995.

#ArrangerMusic
1RESISTANCE DBeatrice
2LAST FRONT (Fumiya Tanaka)Galaxy Gang
3BLACK DOGYama
4STEREOTYPEFaq
5G.T.O.Pulse 1
6TRANSMISSION 09C-Life
7NINJAHEADPulseman VS Sineman
8MIND DESIGNAbsolute Science
9C.T. SCANMacro Scope (Last Stage Mix)

Tokyo Trax Remixes by Mijk's Magic Marble BoxEdit

A 1996 CD produced by Mijk van Dijk and remixed by different persons. Although not a Pulseman soundtrack, Fumiya Tanaka's remix has Doc Waruyama saying "Pulseman".

  1. Mijk's Magic Marble Box: Gamer's Night (Quazar's Remix)
  2. Mijk's Magic Marble Box: Gamer's Night (Takkyo Ishino Remix)
  3. Mijk's Magic Marble Box: Gamer's Night (Fumiya Tanaka's Remix)

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