Episode 56 – Tunes of Doom

It revolutionised the world of PC gaming, and then launched a prolonged assault on the world of console gaming, thrilling players with its blood splattered action and exciting soundtracks… It’s the DOOM series! I am joined by Rob to enjoy some of DOOM’s most striking musical moments, from the rocking MIDI tunes of the 1993 DOS original to the ferocious cutting-edge tracks of the 2016 reboot.

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It revolutionised the world of PC gaming, and then launched a prolonged assault on the world of console gaming, thrilling players with its blood splattered action and exciting soundtracks… It’s the DOOM series! I am joined by Rob to enjoy some of DOOM’s most striking musical moments, from the rocking MIDI tunes of the 1993 DOS original to the ferocious cutting-edge tracks of the 2016 reboot.

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DOOM (1993, PC) ‘The Imp’s Song’ by Robert Prince

DOOM (1993, PC) ‘Untitled’ by Robert Prince

DOOM (1993, PC) ‘Deep into the Code’ by Robert Prince

DOOM (1996, SNES) ‘E1M1 – At Doom’s Gate’ by Robert Prince and Paul Webb

DOOM (1996, SNES) ‘E2M2 – The Demons From Adrian’s Pen’ by Robert Prince and Paul Webb

DOOM (1995, Sony Playstation) ‘Main Theme’ by Aubrey Hodges

DOOM (1995, Sony Playstation) ‘Club Doom’ by Aubrey Hodges

DOOM II (1994, PC) ‘Bye Bye American Pie’ by Robert Prince

DOOM 64 (1997, Nintendo 64) ‘Altar of Pain’ by Aubrey Hodges

DOOM³ (2004, PC) ‘Main Theme’ by Chris Vrenna and Clint Walsh

DOOM (2016, Sony Playstation 4) ‘Rip & Tear’ by Mick Gordon

DOOM (2016, Sony Playstation 4) ‘At Doom’s Gate’ by Mick Gordon

 

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Episode 32 – Rocking the Roland MT-32

The Roland MT-32 was a powerful pre-General MIDI sound module for PC that offered game composers a ton of different voices to make music with. Lock in and enjoy some of my picks from DOS game soundtracks played on the MT-32, and humour my musings on Black Sabbath’s unsung hero, management simulation games, and BBC Ceefax!

The Roland MT-32 was a powerful pre-General MIDI sound module for PC that offered game composers a ton of different voices to make music with. Lock in and enjoy some of my picks from DOS game soundtracks played on the MT-32, and humour my musings on Black Sabbath’s unsung hero, management simulation games, and BBC Ceefax!

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Nova 9: The Return of Gir Draxon (1991, DOS) ‘Title’ by Dale Cooper and Christopher Stevens

Sim City 2000 (1993, DOS) ‘Dancing Megalopolis – Credits’ by Sue Kasper

Sim City 2000 (1993, DOS) ‘Work Work Work!’ by Sue Kasper

Waxworks (1992, DOS) ‘Egypt Theme’ by Jezz Woodroffe

Waxworks (1992, DOS) ‘Vladimir Battle’ by Jezz Woodroffe

Fire Hawk: Thexder The Second Contact (1990, DOS) ‘Mission 1’ by Hiromi Ohba and Masahiko Yoshimura, Roland MT-32 music adapted by Rob Atesalp

Fire Hawk: Thexder The Second Contact (1990, DOS) ‘Mission 7’ by Hiromi Ohba and Masahiko Yoshimura, Roland MT-32 music adapted by Rob Atesalp

Transport Tycoon Deluxe (1995, DOS) ‘Cruise Control’ by John Broomhall

Transport Tycoon Deluxe (1995, DOS) ‘Funk Central’ by John Broomhall

Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss (1992, DOS) ‘Introduction’ by David Govett and George Alistair Sanger

Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss (1992, DOS) ‘Combat’ by David Govett and George Alistair Sanger

Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers (1993, DOS) ‘Wolfgang Ritter’ by Robert Holmes

 

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