Title: PHIL COLLINS MUSIC for Doom II
Filename: music/pcollins.zip
Size: 376 KB
Date: 09/14/98
Author: Jason Wainman
E-mail: jwainman@mail.tds.net
Description: Who wouldn't like Phil Collins? This artist is well-known for hits like One More Night, In The Air Tonight, and Against All Odds, to name a few. This music WAD pays homage to Phil Collins' career retrospective as a musician; from his days with Genesis to his days as a solo artist.
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Editor(s) used: MIDI2MUS and MUSTOOL
Bugs: No bugs are known to exist here.
Rating: (8 votes)
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Anonymous
DO NOT MIX Phil Collins with the goodness of Doom!! +1 star for collecting the better songs, at least... heh... --MechWarrior Jake Prydex
Anonymous
What the fuck was this person smoking? Midi's of popular music are bad enough, but PHIL COLLINS?x
Anonymous
It is hard to express how awesome this is. Map25 really comes alive with "Sussudio" playing in the background. The arrangement haunts me. Map30, the final confrontation with hell, is nothing without "You Can't Hurry Love". The fact that "One More Night" is obviously broken, a tuneless awful mess, just makes the whole project seem complete.x
Anonymous
"Phil Collins" and "Doom" should never be in the same sentence, let alone web site.x
Anonymous
I'm more of a Huey Lewis and the News fan myself. Their early work was a little too new wave for my tastes, but when "Sports" came out in 83, I think they really came into their own, commercial and artistically. Phil Collins' solo career seems to be more commercial and therefore more satisfying, in a narrower way, but I think he works best within the confines of a group, rather than as a solo artist, and I stress the word artist.x
Anonymous
The people who vote negatively on this wad simply have no taste in music and probably have never gotten a table at Dorsia. Although, the Genesis albums before "Duke" seemed too artsy, too intellectual. It was on "Duke" where Phil Collins' presence became more apparent, but it's "Invisible Touch" that is the group's undisputed masterpiece. It's an epic meditation on intangibility, at the same time it deepens and enriches the meaning of the preceding three albums.x

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