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Sterling Crew

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Sterling Crew
Role(s): Musician

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Mark "Sterling" Crew is a San Francisco-based music composer/musician, and a former keyboardist of the band, Santana. He was contracted by Spencer Nilsen to help compose songs for the American soundtrack of Sonic CD. In addition to Sonic CD, Sterling has also composed music for a number of other Sega CD games. [1]

Production history

Song credits

Sonic CD (U.S. edition)

  • Collision Chaos (Present) — Music & Arrangement, Produced by (w/Charles Albert), Guitar, Keyboards and Fairlight III Programming
  • Collision Chaos (Good Future) — Music & Arrangement, Produced by (w/Charles Albert), Guitar, Keyboards and Fairlight III Programming
  • Collision Chaos (Bad Future) — Music & Arrangement, Produced by (w/Charles Albert), Guitar, Keyboards and Fairlight III Programming
  • Metallic Madness (Present) — Music & Arrangement, Produced by (w/Charles Albert), Guitar, Keyboards and Fairlight III Programming
  • Metallic Madness (Good Future) — Music & Arrangement, Produced by (w/Charles Albert), Guitar, Keyboards and Fairlight III Programming
  • Metallic Madness (Bad Future) — Music & Arrangement, Produced by (w/Charles Albert), Guitar, Keyboards and Fairlight III Programming
  • Boss!! — Music & Arrangement, Produced by (w/Charles Albert), Guitar, Keyboards and Fairlight III Programming
  • Final Fever — Music & Arrangement, Produced by (w/Charles Albert), Guitar, Keyboards and Fairlight III Programming

Sonic the Hedgehog Boom

  • Collision Chaos — Music & Arrangement (w/Armando Peraza and Bobby Vega), Produced by (w/Charles Albert), Guitar, Keyboards and Fairlight III Programming
  • Metallic Madness — Music & Arrangement (w/Armando Peraza and Bobby Vega), Produced by (w/Charles Albert), Guitar, Keyboards and Fairlight III Programming
  • Robotnik — Music & Arrangement (w/Armando Peraza and Bobby Vega), Produced by (w/Charles Albert), Guitar, Keyboards and Fairlight III Programming

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