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AMIGA-MODTechnology

Author: flag Axel (Alexander Strohm) GroupBrainstorm

Uploaded By: flagMMX

Song Length: 6:30
Release Year: 1993
Song Status: Active
Song Source: Musicdisk
Song Platform: PlatformAMIGA-MOD


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Except from being used in musicdisk Musicland, it also competed in The Party'92 4ch music compo and
got 8:th place.

Last Queued : 3 months, 1 week ago

This song has been played 61 times. [See Request History]
It was added 10 years, 4 months ago.

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flagDJJoge

Ahhhh those golden fx-packed doskpop demo muzax amiga module ages! I recognize so may familiar samples used by everybody back on start of 90's

flagElrinth
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double u[t][f];

soooo damn good! love the guitar snaps

flagAxel

additional trivia: I ran out of patterns in the end. Not sure how many you were allowed to use in protracker. 63 or so? I almost made each pattern unique, that's why all of a sudden the song switches to just chords in the end, because I had to run the pattern at ultra-slow speed in order to create some smooth ending instead of just ending with a bang.