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Status Replies posted by JDoyle

  1. Wow, how have I not seen this before?



    1. JDoyle


      Haha, I love the talk box!

  2. I had earworm at work all day, of a music that I was sure is from a WAD I had long time to play, so not sure why it popped up now. I figured out it was MAP11 of Requiem.

    1. JDoyle


      That's a good one! Tolwyn did a new version of it for our upcoming music project, should be released in a few months. Keep your ears peeled!

  3. Ever wanted to hear Requiem's soundtrack played on an actual Roland SC-55? Well, now you can! 


    1. JDoyle


      100% inspired by your "Let's Listen" videos, which I've been using as a reference for a few years now.

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  4. Really looking forward to those re-imagined tunes, you guys made some truly iconic Doom music and it will be awesome to hear it officially redone by the composers themselves. My ears are keenly awaiting!

    1. JDoyle


      I'm really excited for people to hear what we've been cooking up ;)

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  5. I kinda think this old folk song about harvesting barley would make a wicked gothic rock or gothic metal song.  If it hasn't already been done, that is.



    There went three kings into the east,
     Three kings both great and high;
    And they have sworn a solemn oath,
     John Barleycorn shall die.


    They took a plough and plough'd him down,
     Put clods upon his head;
    And they have sworn a solemn oath,
     John Barleycorn was dead.


    But the cheerful spring came kindly on,
     And showers began to fall;
    John Barleycorn got up again,
     And sore surprised them all.


    The sultry suns of summer came,
     And he grew thick and strong,
    His head well arm'd with pointed spears,
     That no one should him wrong.


    The soher autumn enter'd mild,
     And he grew wan and pale;
    His bending joints and drooping head
     Shew'd he began to fail.


    His colour sicken'd more and more,
     He faded into age;
    And then his enemies began
     To shew their deadly rage.


    They took a weapon strong and sharp,
     And cut him by the knee;
    Then tied him fast upon a cart,
     Like a rogue for forgery.


    They laid him down upon his back,
     And cudgell'd him full sore;
    They hung him up before the storm,
     And turn'd him o'er and o'er.


    They fill'd up then a darksome pit
     With water to the brim,
    And heav'd in poor John Barleycorn,
     To let him sink or swim.


    They laid him out upon the floor,
     To work him further woe;
    And still, as signs of life appear'd,
     They toss'd him to and fro.


    They wasted o'er a scorching flame
     The marrow of his bones;
    But the miller used him worst of all,
     For he crush'd him between two stones.


    And they have strain'd his very heart's blood,
     And drank it round and round,
    And still the more and more they drank,

     Their joy did more abound.


    So, neighbours all, make sad lament.
     And sorely weep and mourn,
    For now you've heard the doleful end
     Of bold John Barleycorn.



    1. JDoyle


      I've always admired Steve Winwood's version of the song. Apparently there's an English black metal band called Winterfylleth that did a version- and it's quite good, but they also went the traditional route with acoustic instruments.

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  6. Just finished updating the "Let's Listen - TNT: Revilution" series on Youtube to reflect changes made to the soundtrack since the beta.


    1. JDoyle


      How about this: I'll make the MP3s available to download for a while until I run out of space on Google Drive. Also included are the MP3s I recorded of tracks that are no longer used in the final release (denoted by OLD in the file name). 

      Individual tracks available here: 


      A 222mb zip of the entire set:


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