Absolutely Rose Street

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Absolutely Rose Street is a thirty-minute infomercial created by Sega of America, advertising agency Patrico-Sinare and Impulse Productions, which aired during November and December 1994 on US television. It existed to help promote and sell the Sega 32X and its initial library of games.

Spencer Nilsen created the music, with one track being included as part of Sega Music Group: 1995 Sampler.


Channels aired

Absolutely Rose Street aired across "20 markets" roughly 50 times a week, usually overnight.

  • Comedy Central
  • ESPN 2
  • MTV

Magazine articles

Main article: Absolutely Rose Street/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

SegaVisions US 22.pdf

Print advert in Sega Visions (US) #22: "December/January 1994/1995" (1994-xx-xx)

External link