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Today Rebecca is:

It's been a little while since I've visited these shores with tails of music and song and videogames. But behold, I return.

Umm, yeah. Not quite sure where that came from, but needless to say I'm super excited about my new show for Game People, which I'm just putting the final touches and last minute tinkering on. I'm going back to my roots - back to the eclectic mix of boys and girls where the fun all started.

I'm going to be telling my story right from the beginning. Maybe you've been listening since day dot, or maybe you've only just joined the crew, either way now I want to let you in on the whole sordid (well not so sordid actually) tale.

Each episode I'll be picking one of my videogame songs and telling you how it all came about, and how people reacted to it - which was often more entertaining than the music itself. Then, to round the show off I'll be pulling out my guitar (and assorted other instruments) for an impromptu live version of each song.

I can't wait to spill the beans, and finally take some time to try and figure out what just happened, these last few years. Come along for the ride, if you will, I think it's going to be fun.

Speak soon, Rebecca.

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