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Has 2 WADs that has different music for each level. The third wad replaces some music too, but only like five of them. I picked out all the songs that I knew and I also picked some songs that I like but never heard of them before (only like 5 of them). It has songs from Madonna and Micheal Jackson. It also has songs from this one group that my brother likes (and his girlfriend. That song is Level 1's music in the wad... DM2MUS1.WAD.) It has the song from Back to the Future, and some TV shows. It has a song from Forest Gump (the song at the beginning of the movie). It has the theme to Terminator 2. And there's LOTS MORE!!! Some of them are duplicates... I just went through all these WADs and MIDI files... I didn't really pay attention to what song I heard. But there are only like 5 duplicates.


Doom1: DM1MUS.ZIP (For Ultimate Doom) Doom2: DM2MUS.ZIP

I don't think I will make a WAD for DOOM 1 regular (not ULTIMATE). You still can run DM1MUS.ZIP in regular DOOM 1. You just won't hear the songs that are in Episode 4, Levels 1 - 9.

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Nostalgia! I had downloaded this back in the cdrom.com days. Now, it's a little weird hearing Sting's "Fields of Gold" while fighting the hordes of Hell. Perhaps it's the Doomguy's iPod. I'd rate it 5 stars, but this is simply another Music replacement wad that you've downloaded countless times. 3/5

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