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Old 07 June 2008, 14:52   #1
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Music Disk Identification

I'm looking for a music disk that I owned and enjoyed back then. The problem is that with my bad memory, I can barely remember it. Maybe somebody here will be able to help me.

Here is what I can remember that was included :

1) music from the games "Blood Money" and "Killing Game Show" (pretty sure about that)
2) music from the game "Spellbound" (not sure)
3) "Space Debris" (see below)
4) simple text list with a copper effect in the letters (75% sure)
5) a starfield effect in the background (50% sure)
6) music selection with function keys or numerical keys (75% sure)

Now this is odd, because "Space Debris" isn't from Ray Norrish while the 3 others are. So maybe I'm wrong on this one (or my memory is blending 2 music disks together ).

It would be great if you could help me even just to identify this music disk. Thanks in advance.
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Old 07 June 2008, 18:21   #2
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Was it not something to do with Full FX, which was Rays alter ego?
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Old 07 June 2008, 18:53   #3
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Certainly, but I can't tell you for sure: my memories are too blurry. I know that's hard with so little clues but if you have even the smallest idea, please tell me.

By the way, I can't believe I'm talking to the famous Galahad. Of Fairlight ! I know it's late but, anyway, thanks for your work. And I'm really happy to see that you're still active, even if not in the same "category".
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Certainly, but I can't tell you for sure: my memories are too blurry. I know that's hard with so little clues but if you have even the smallest idea, please tell me.

By the way, I can't believe I'm talking to the famous Galahad. Of Fairlight ! I know it's late but, anyway, thanks for your work. And I'm really happy to see that you're still active, even if not in the same "category".
Ray Norrish is on EAB, send him a message via PM, he might be able to tell you.

And thanks
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Old 08 June 2008, 11:16   #5
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He is too ?! How many Amiga Stars are on EAB ? Damn, younger people may not know, but these guys are legends !

Anyway, thanks for your advice. I'll try that. And tomorrow, I'll call "Queen" to see if they still have a copy of "A Night At The Opera".
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