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Motohiro Kawashima

Motohiro Kawashima (川島 基宏, Kawashima Motohiro) is a Japanese video game composer and techno producer. He is best known for his collaborations with composer Yuzo Koshiro on various games, including Streets of Rage 2 and 3.[1]

Motohiro Kawashima
Born Japan
Genres
Occupation(s)
Years active 1992–1996, 2004-present
Associated acts Yuzo Koshiro

In 2010, he used the pen name Kylie & Kashii while working as a commissioned composer for the music label D-topia Entertainment.[2]

In 2013, he composed for Oh, Deer!, as a result of a meeting with Brandon Sheffield.[3]

WorksEdit

  • Batman Returns (Sega 8-bit versions) (1992)
  • Shinobi II: The Silent Fury (1992) - with Yuzo Koshiro
  • Streets of Rage 2 (1992) - with Yuzo Koshiro
  • Streets of Rage 3 (1994) - with Yuzo Koshiro
  • Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Eye of the Beholder (Mega CD version) (1994) - with Yuzo Koshiro
  • Manji Psy Yuuki (1995) - with Yuzo Koshiro
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire (PlayStation and Saturn versions) (1996) - with Yuzo Koshiro
  • Vatlva (1996) - with Yuzo Koshiro
  • Amazing Island (2004) - with Yuzo Koshiro
  • Ueki no Housoku (2006) - with Yuzo Koshiro and Takeshi Yanagawa
  • Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Dream Hyper Battle! (2007) - with Yuzo Koshiro and Takeshi Yanagawa
  • Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Battle Arena (2008) - with Takeshi Yanagawa
  • Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Battle Arena 2 (2009) - with Takeshi Yanagawa
  • "NANBA" (2010), a song by the experimental rock group KOR=GIRL - as Kylie & Kashii
  • "Human Future" (2010), a song by electro-pop artist Aira Mitsuki - as Kylie & Kashii
  • Dead Heat (2010) - with Yuzo Koshiro
  • "GATE or EXIT" (2011), a song by artists Aira Mitsuki and Saori@destiny - as Kylie & Kashii
  • Oh, Deer! (2013)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Motohiro Kawashima worklist". Retrieved 7 April 2014. 
  2. ^ "Composer & Arranger 作曲アレンジ科" (PDF). Kunitachi Music Academy. 
  3. ^ "Why The Streets Of Rage Composer Was The Only Musician For Oh, Deer!". Retrieved 27 October 2015. 

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