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    Steve Rot's Doom Tribute

    Post by Gunner on Fri Aug 13, 2010 9:11 pm

    Click here to download for free:
    http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?...logId=538019473

    For more info:
    http://www.myspace.com/steverotsdoomtribute
    http://doom.wikia.com/wiki/Steve_Rot's_Doom_Tribute

    http://www.myspace.com/steverot
    http://www.wix.com/steverot/steverot

    Steve Rot's Doom Tribute, released August 5, 2010, is a tribute to the music of Doom, the monumental video game from 1993. It was originally composed by iD Software's Bobby Prince.

    Most of the X and Y generations have played Doom and were haunted in their dreams by the macabre decor, the cliffhanging atmosphere, and the brooding music.

    Steve Rot's Doom Tribute offers the world a faithful nod to the original soundtrack, for free download. While conserving the moods of the original soundtrack, it updates it's original MIDI instrumentation to real audio and original performances by solo artist, producer, and engineer Steve Rot.

    You descend the cascading depths of Hell. You vomit at the sight of mutilated and eviscerated bodies hung from the ceilings and walls. Cybernetically armed demons stand in between you and The Icon Of Sin. Only you can make Hell go back to punishing bad people.

    Now stop and think - what music is playing in the background? If it's anything but Steve Rot's Doom Tribute, you're wrong.

    This collection includes two volumes:

    Hell On Earth: Steve Rot's Doom 2 Tribute
    Recorded: August 5, 2010
    Run time: 1:12:57

    Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Steve Rot.
    Additional composition and original performances by Steve Rot.

    All songs written by Bobby Prince, 1993-1994.
    Doom is a registered trademark of iD Software.

    1 Doom 2 Title
    2 Intermission
    3 Endgame
    4 Map01
    5 Map02
    6 Map03
    7 Map04
    8 Map05
    9 Map06
    10 Map07
    11 Map08
    12 Map09
    13 Map10
    14 Map18
    15 Map20
    16 Map23
    17 Map25
    18 Map28
    19 Map30
    20 Map31
    21 Map32

    Phobos Anomaly: Steve Rot's Doom Tribute
    Recorded: August 5, 2010
    Run time: 31:27

    Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Steve Rot.
    Additional composition and original performances by Steve Rot.

    All songs written by Bobby Prince, 1993-1994.
    Doom is a registered trademark of iD Software.

    1 Intro Music
    2 E1M1 Hangar
    3 E1M2 Nuclear Plant
    4 E1M3 Toxin Refinery
    5 E1M4 Command Control
    6 E1M5 Phobos Lab
    7 E1M6 Central Processing
    8 E1M7 Computer Station
    9 E1M8 Phobos Anomaly
    10 E1M9 Military Base
    11 Interlevel Music
    12 Victory (End Of Episode)
    13 Bunny (End Game)


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    Re: Steve Rot's Doom Tribute

    Post by Dr.Zin on Fri Aug 13, 2010 9:24 pm

    Looks interesting....sort of. We could use some screenshots lol. People aren't too keen on having to download a game just to see what it looks like Wink. But from the level list it sounds like it should be interesting.



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    Re: Steve Rot's Doom Tribute

    Post by Gunner on Fri Aug 13, 2010 9:29 pm

    @Dr.Zin wrote:Looks interesting....sort of. We could use some screenshots lol. People aren't too keen on having to download a game just to see what it looks like Wink. But from the level list it sounds like it should be interesting.

    Sorry, it's actually a bunch of Doom covers. I edited this to include the press release.

    Download it for free.

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    Re: Steve Rot's Doom Tribute

    Post by Dr.Zin on Fri Aug 13, 2010 9:40 pm

    I'm an idiot, its music. Don't mind my jackassery. I'll have to check this out when I get to my laptop!



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    Re: Steve Rot's Doom Tribute

    Post by Gunner on Sat Aug 14, 2010 7:20 am

    @Dr.Zin wrote:I'm an idiot, its music. Don't mind my jackassery. I'll have to check this out when I get to my laptop!

    Rolls right off my blade.

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