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John Romero cleans out his bedroom and finds unreleased Doom music under his bed

Doom co-creator John Romero has posted a selection of music that never made it into the original Doom game. You can find all 31 tracks on CVG right now.... read more

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31 unreleased Doom tracks - for free!

Postby Maritz » 24 Jun 2007, 19:39

I've said it about Doom's music before, and I'll say it again:

It's a wonder Slayer never sued...
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Postby User removed » 24 Jun 2007, 19:55

what a wonderful gift!
thanks very much guys
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Postby Mogs » 25 Jun 2007, 00:31

un32 = Outshined by Soundgarden.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mML2NhjyLyU
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Postby Dajmin » 25 Jun 2007, 08:14

#36 is actually labelled 'Soundgarden -- "Outshined"' so you're obviously not alone in thinking that :)

It's nice to go all retro every once in a while. I like to see where the music evolved from.
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Re: 31 unreleased Doom tracks - for free!

Postby doomthree » 25 Jun 2007, 11:53

Maritz wrote:I've said it about Doom's music before, and I'll say it again:

It's a wonder Slayer never sued...


Yeah, they could sue lots of other bands too !
Just like Doom they pioneered their genre.

Loved these midi files...spotting the classic metal that inspired them was great fun.
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Postby Skid » 25 Jun 2007, 12:40

Slayer, Megadeth, AC/DC, Pantera, Metallica, Alice in Chains... what other bands uh "influenced" the original Doom soundtrack?
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Postby nb_nmare2 » 25 Jun 2007, 21:37

You can't sue over a musical composition, only a particular recording of that composition.

Therefore midi files of commericial music are 100% legal, even when used in a commercial product.
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Postby doomthree » 25 Jun 2007, 22:07

nb_nmare2 wrote:You can't sue over a musical composition, only a particular recording of that composition.

Therefore midi files of commericial music are 100% legal, even when used in a commercial product.


and the file sizes are tiny...This was important back in the days when upgrading from 4 to 8 megs of ram really did double your speed in Doom.

(wipes away nostalgic tear)
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