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Beatles Music for Doom2

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A beatles wads for Doom2 that replaces all songs in the enitire game, intermissions, levels, end of the game, game introduction, EVERYTHING. I originally had 56 beatles midi files and will release the other 22 .MUS files in a wad upon request.


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The Beatles music? wtf. crappy for a serious experience but good wad for a funny experience.

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Nah, I was still using DOS and soundblaster in 1996, and broadband internet was maaaaybe available at universities. It was always cool to get Doom to play new tunes :-D

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Awful on a serious level, but as an hilarious camp artifact it's brilliant for the four minutes it takes to (a) play the first level (b) skip to levels 3, 30 and 32 and (c) that's it. Starts off with a pan-pipe muzak version of A Day in the Life, level three has a piano muzak version of And I Love Her. 1996 was just on the cusp of the MP3 revolution, which presumably ripped the guts out of this kind of thing.

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