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Snapcase
11-07-2002, 18:16:41
It's a show dedicated entirely to playing music from classic computer games. Right now I'm listening to a Castlevania Special. Great Stuff!

Lazarus and the Gimp
11-07-2002, 20:25:19
That's sick.

MattHiggs
12-07-2002, 05:41:53
http://audio.gamingforce.com

You may like that site then Johan.

King_Ghidra
12-07-2002, 08:29:24
Originally posted by Snapcase
It's a show dedicated entirely to playing music from classic computer games. Right now I'm listening to a Castlevania Special. Great Stuff!

oh my god! link(not the zelda kind)?!?! please?!?!

Funkodrom
12-07-2002, 08:32:05
I think I've still got your Out Run cassette here somewhere.

King_Ghidra
12-07-2002, 10:17:08
:D

don't forget 'I'm looking at some hot graphics!'

Funkodrom
12-07-2002, 10:50:34
I gave that back to Wooooooooosh.

Snapcase
12-07-2002, 15:03:47
It's on the Swedish equivalent of Radio One, probably the wrong language for you. :)

http://www.sr.se/p3/frank/syntax.stm

Thursdays 7:10 PM, Press the link marked "Lyssna Direkt". For all the good it'd do. You might wanna check out Matt's link instead.

Laz: Several of the finest bands ever have been influenced by the music of computer games. My swedish favourites Silverbullit describe their method of writing music thus: Take a riff from a c64 game, add lots of harmonic layers, fine-tune, and eventually lose the original riff. :)

Lazarus and the Gimp
12-07-2002, 16:35:38
Yes. I've heard that their track "Pong bleep" is a real killer.

Snapcase
12-07-2002, 17:30:58
You so would like Silverbullit. "Citizen Bird" is still the #1 album I would spontaneously say "Laz should so buy this!" at. :D

Oh, and you will NOT like the music I'm making right now (okay, when I get back to my studi-- er, PC) if you don't like bleeps. And bloops.

Provost Harrison
14-07-2002, 00:40:03
Now I've always been fond of the songs from Doom believe it or not, gives me a big nostalgia trip :)

Snapcase
14-07-2002, 19:09:21
Oh god yes. "At Doom's Gate" has to be one of the finest metalpunk songs ever.

*End Is Forever*
15-07-2002, 02:19:04
I have the Tony Hawk 3 soundtrack... :hmm:

Funkodrom
15-07-2002, 08:36:03
Doom 2 level 2. Quality.