1. Scars of Time (Chrono Cross)
2. TANK! (Cowboy Bebop)
3. The Athlete's Rag (Super Mario World)
4. Cruel Angel's Thesis (Evangelion)
5. Frog's Theme (Chrono Trigger)
6. Decisive Battle with Magus (Chrono Trigger)
7. Sadness and Sorrow (Naruto)
8. Vamo' alla Flamenco (Final Fantasy IX)
9. Korobeiniki (Tetris)
10. Bratja (Fullmetal Alchemist)
11. Dr. Wily's Castle Stage 1 (Mega Man II)
12. Every Heart (InuYasha)
13. 1000 Worlds (Final Fantasy X)
14. Kiss Me Goodbye (Final Fantasy XII)
15. The Prelude (Final Fantasy)
16. Ending Theme (Final Fantasy)
17. Final Fantasy Battle Medley
Battle with Gilgamesh (Final Fantasy V)
Dancing Mad (Final Fantasy VI)
The Last Battle (Final Fantasy IX)
Fight 2 (Final Fantasy IV)
Normal Battle (Final Fantasy X)
The Decisive Battle (Final Fantasy VI)
Those Who Fight (Final Fantasy VII)
Liberi Fatali (Final Fantasy VIII)
One Winged Angel (Final Fantasy VII)
Victory Fanfare (Final Fantasy)
18. Boss Battle (Original Composition)
Under the stage name "Piano Squall", Michael Gluck performs videogame and anime nusic piano concerts to raise money for charity. Since 2003, he has given concerts in sixteen different states to benefit organizations such as The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Race for the Cure, Baltimore Reads, The Maryland Food Bank, The Matthey Foster Foundation, and Tsunami Relief. Michael also donates a portion of all personal proceeds to The National Multiple Sclerosis Society to fight the disease that destroyed his grandmother's life.
In 2005, Michael performed at the anime convention Otakon for an audience of three thousand peple, and later that year, he was featured on MTV's website in recognition for his contributions to the world of videogame music. In 2007, Micheal released his debut album, entitled GAME, which became the first videogame and anime piano solo CD to be published by an independent musician.
Performed and recorded by Piano Squall (www.PianoSquall.com). Audio production by Michael Huang (www.Gamenoise.com). Logo by Rachel and Renee Britton. Cover design by Rebecca Schoen (www.handmade-publishing.com). Art by Rebecca Schoen, Aaron Epstein, Melissa Charles ([email protected]), and Miki Ivey (www.itsjustadream.com). Title conceived by Steve "Warky" Nuñez. GAME is a Piano Squall Production.
Scars of Time, Frog's Theme, Decisive Battle with Magus by Yasunori Mitsuda, TANK! by Yoko Kanno, The Athlete's Rag by Koji Kondo, Cruel Angel's Thesis by Shiro Sagisu, Sadness and Sorrow by Toshiro Masuda, Bratja by Michiru Oshima, Every Heart by BoA w/ Watanabe Natsumi, 1,000 Wods by Takahito Eguchi and Noriko Matsueda, Dr. Wily's Castle Stage I, by Manami, Ogeretsu, Ietel, and Yuukichan's Papa, Vamo' alla Flamengo, Kiss Me Goodbye, The Prelude, Ending Theme, Battle with Gilgamesh, Dancing mad, The Last Battle, Fight 2, Normal Battle, The Decisive Battle, Those Who Fight Further, Liberi Fatali, One Winged Angel, Victory Fanfare by Nobuo Uematsu. Boss Battle by Michael "Piano Squall" Gluck and Michael Huang.
The Last Battle and Those Who Fight Further by Shiro Hamaguchi, Battle with Gilgamesh by Shiro Satou. Liberi Fatali and One Winged Angel by Michael Huang. All other arrangements by Piano Squall.
To the consummate pianist Di Wu (www.DiWuPiano.com) for teaching me how to make music, to Rosina Bové, my first teacher, for letting me play Uematsu when all the other kids were playing Mozart, to the great sages Mustin, Gino Castro, Jim Lewis, Benjamin Tisdale, David Silverman, Tim Flanagan, and Jeff Kleist for imparting upon me their most valuable counsel, and to Dr. Charles and Lori Gluck, my loving parents and greates allies, who taught me that life's about doing what you love.