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Old 29 October 2009, 16:40   #21
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Ah, here it is: Jay's Song! This one really inspired me to learn how to use Sonix (which led me to the whole world of computer music).

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Old 29 October 2009, 17:38   #22
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Wow and nobody mentioned Monkey Island 2 yet?

The first few notes give me a shivers run down my spine
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Old 29 October 2009, 22:41   #23
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This always does it for me...

http://flashtro.com/page.php?id=676

"Echoing" by Banana/TEK

Plus:

Vypeout - http://bitworld.bitfellas.org/demo.php?id=1064
Action - http://bitworld.bitfellas.org/demo.php?id=5139
Lepeltheme - http://bitworld.bitfellas.org/demo.php?id=1715
Ready - http://bitworld.bitfellas.org/demo.php?id=22615

These are all minor-key, slightly diminished sounding songs... ahh, bitter-sweet melancholy ;-)

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Old 29 October 2009, 22:47   #24
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there are so many i could list.

i'll start with just 3

Cybernoid
Supremacy
Hostages (that bassline!)
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Old 30 October 2009, 02:25   #25
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The first ones which comes to thought is Supremacy, James Pond 2 Lost Patrol, MI, Turrican II, Nitro, It Came From The Desert, Elvira and Mental Hangover. Hard to pick a winner.

Edit: Ok, I narrow it down to three atleast - James Pond 2, Nitro and Mental Hangover.

Fake edit: If I have to pick one - Nitro.

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Old 30 October 2009, 03:43   #26
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Edit: Ok, I narrow it down to three at least - James Pond 2, Nitro and Mental Hangover.
Good Choices, Nitro is awesome

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Old 30 October 2009, 14:07   #27
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Turrican II
Elvira II - music in garden
Shadow of the Beast I
Hero Quest ingame music
Heimdall map music
Jaguar XJ 220 - some of the tunes on radio and main theme
Horror zombies from the Crypt - main theme
its more but my memory is failing
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Old 01 November 2009, 22:56   #28
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The first 30 seconds of Agony credits (Psygnosis/Art & Magic) My most favourite, awesome loud

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Skid Row cracktro for Roadrash

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Pinball Dreams Table selector menu music
Pinball Illusions Main menu
Desert Dream (of course
Turrican II
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Old 02 November 2009, 11:19   #29
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Some nice ones were already mentioned, so I'll just add

Lotus 3 ( [ Show youtube player ] + [ Show youtube player ])
 
Old 02 November 2009, 13:33   #30
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The music from Enigma demo - Trip to Mars is probably my absolute all time favourite.
Turrican 2 title music (I know it's been mentioned many times already!) is another.
The loading music from Captive, as the screen gradually built up in a series of horizontal lines dropping down was also pretty cool.
And another personal favorite was the title music (I think) of Simulcra (the bit where the globe thing made of dots was spinning around).
All awesome bits of Amiga music that still give me the 'Amiga Feeling'!!!
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Old 02 November 2009, 14:23   #31
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I don't care how many times we have to say it so here it goes:

Turrican 2

Then games only in no particular order:
Battle Squadron
Bionic Commando
R-Type
Savage
Out Run intro
Blood Money

and some more certainly but this is all i can remember now.
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Old 02 November 2009, 22:38   #32
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Right now I have Dogs of War (buy weapons theme) and SWIV intro as ringtones on the cell.
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Old 02 November 2009, 22:41   #33
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Right now I have Dogs of War (buy weapons theme) and SWIV intro as ringtones on the cell.
hmm forgot SWIV. that is an excellent tune though. Play the game or listen to the soundtrack! arrrgh
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Here's a properly encoded version of sleepwalk.. Uade 2.12. It still plays a very tiny bit wrong, but at least it doesn't depress you like the SOAMC one does. :-/

http://jope.fi/sleepwalk.aac

Karsten Obarski is one of the few guys who made tunes that stand the test of time, using only samples from the ST-xx sampledisks he provided with The Ultimate Soundtracker. Sure, it sounds old, but compared to some of the hideous things people made with those samples back in the 80s.. Whoa.

Excuse me, I'll just lean back a bit and close my eyes while mod.sleepwalk is playing in my headphones. Blink away a tear, perhaps.. For me, this is definitely one of Those Songs that this thread is about. :'-)

.. I'm 9 years old in front of my first Amiga again, looking at the Star Frontiers cracktro to Tetris inside my head. Has it really been 20 years? :-)
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Old 03 November 2009, 15:32   #35
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From what i remember from the past...

Agony
(Intro)
Defender of the Crown (When you rescue the lady)
Chuck Rock (Title Theme)
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Old 03 November 2009, 17:15   #36
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Turrican 2, Wrath of the Demon and Horror Zombies are the ones that left a lasting impression on me Probably the odd tune here and there also, but nothing that instantly comes to my mind.
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Flashback (One of the intro tunes, and the end sequence)
Gods
Walker (Intro Music)
Jaguar XJ220 (Thrash Pig, Troubled Journey)
Lotus 3 (All)
Hired Guns (Intro - I never thought Amiga music could sound as good as this!)
Stardust (CD32, OK I know it's from a CD)
Wing Commander
Chaos Engine (Intro)
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Oh and Xenon 2 : Megablast!!!!
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Old 03 November 2009, 19:56   #39
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Had a listen through my cache of 15 sample mods and remembered some more golden oldies from my pre-teens. :-D

mod.unit5
mod.goldrunner
mod.endtheme

Kitty, I have to agree that Rock N Roll level 1 has always been a favourite of mine. Definitely one of Huelsbeck's better tunes. Doesn't have that sentimental value for me though, merely a good tune. :-)

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Here's a properly encoded version of sleepwalk.. Uade 2.12. It still plays a very tiny bit wrong, but at least it doesn't depress you like the SOAMC one does. :-/

http://jope.fi/sleepwalk.aac
you can also use the modland recording interface which works reasonably well for this tune (and others). also uses uade as backend for 4 channel mods.

http://www.exotica.org.uk/mediawiki/...for=&col=&ins=

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