icon GhettoPlayVorbis is an early media player for the Dreamcast, it features Dan Potter's GhettoPlay menu and is the only Dreamcast homebrew application to concentrate solely on the OGG music format. Created by Thorsten Titze (using libogg and libvorbis code), the application is limited visually, but has very good playback quality.

This CD contains GhettoPlayVorbis along with a selection of freely available music tracks from the post-rock band Explosions In The Sky. In its complete form The Rescue EP (2005) features alongside tracks from four albums by EITS: How Strange, Innocence (2000), Those Who Tell The Truth Shall Die, Those Who Tell The Truth Shall Live Forever (2001), The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place (2003), All Of A Sudden I Miss Everyone (2007). As an added bonus we've included an EITS live broadcast at KVRX radio from 2000.



  • D-Pad Up / Down - Browse
  • L Trigger - One page back
  • R Trigger - One page forward
  • A - Play file (or Playlist)
  • B - Stop playback (or next file in playlist)
  • Y - Add file to playlist

Boot Disc

Along with the sampler CD Image there is a Boot CD Image that does not contain any additional multimedia files, it contains the GhettoPlayVorbis application only.


  • Ghettoplay Vorbis: Thorsten Titze and Dan Potter
  • Music: Explosions In The Sky
  • CD Image presented by: The DCEvolution Team

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