Motohiro Kawashima

From Sega Retro

Notavailable.svg
Motohiro Kawashima
Role(s): Musician

This teeny-tiny article needs some work. You can help us by expanding it.


Motohiro Kawashima (川島 基宏) is a sound composer who worked on the Streets of Rage and Shinobi series (among other games) alongside Yuzo Koshiro.

After a long period, Kawashima and Koshiro worked together once more on a game based off the hit manga series Katekyo Hitman Reborn!

Production history

Games

  • (; 1992) — Sound[1]
  • (; 1992) — Sound[2]
  • (; 1992) — Music Composition[3]
  • (; 1993) — Sound[4]
  • (; 1994) — Sound Composer[5]
  • (; 1994) — Music Composer[6]
  • (; 1994) — Music[7]
  • (; 1996) — Music
  • (; 1996) — 音楽・効果音 (as 川島 基宏)
  • (; 2004) — Sound Effects & Music Composition
  • (; 2015) — Original Music Composers
  • (; 2020) — Japanese Composer Tracks - Produced by Brave Wave Productions

Music

  • (; 1993) — Recording Assistant
  • (; 1994) — Produced by
  • (; 2012) — Original Music by[8]
  • (; 2016) — C4, C5, D2 by[9]
  • (; 2016) — C2 by[9]
  • (; 2017) — Composed by[10]
  • (; 2020) — Artist

Song credits

Main article: Motohiro Kawashima/Song credits.

Streets of Rage 2

  • Jungle Base — Music & Arrangement (with Yuzo Koshiro)
  • Expander — Music & Arrangement
  • Max Man — Music & Arrangement
  • Little Money Avenue — Music & Arrangement

Streets of Rage 3

  • Fuze — Music & Arrangement
  • Cycle I — Music & Arrangement
  • The Poets II — Music & Arrangement
  • Dub Slash — Music & Arrangement
  • Boss — Music & Arrangement
  • Percussion — Music & Arrangement
  • Bulldozer — Music & Arrangement
  • BGM I (Underground) — Music & Arrangement
  • Moon — Music & Arrangement
  • The Poets I — Music & Arrangement
  • Cycle II — Music & Arrangement

Vatlva

  • Buggy — Music & Arrangement[11]
  • hover — Music & Arrangement[11]
  • Rally — Music & Arrangement[11]
  • polypod — Music & Arrangement[11]
  • road roller — Music & Arrangement[11]
  • tank — Music & Arrangement[11]
  • tank — Music & Arrangement[11]
  • pakeratta — Music & Arrangement[11]
  • polypod2 — Music & Arrangement[11]
  • trike — Music & Arrangement[11]

References