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Jonathan Dunn Music Collection   [1989]

Jonathan Dunn Music Collection Released by :
Bonzai [web]

Release Date :
1989

Type :
C64 Music Collection

AKA :
J.D.M.C.

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (3 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Trap of Abnormal, Bonzai, Success, The Dominators, The Ruling Company
Music .... Jonathan Dunn
Text .... Trap of Abnormal, Bonzai, Success, The Dominators, The Ruling Company


SIDs used in this release :
Dragon Ninja(/MUSICIANS/D/Dunn_Jonathan/Dragon_Ninja.sid)
Platoon(/MUSICIANS/D/Dunn_Jonathan/Platoon.sid)
Rambo 3(/MUSICIANS/D/Dunn_Jonathan/Rambo_3.sid)
Renegade 3 - The Final Chapter(/MUSICIANS/D/Dunn_Jonathan/Renegade_3-The_Final_Chapter.sid)
RoboCop(/MUSICIANS/D/Dunn_Jonathan/RoboCop.sid)
Vindicator(/MUSICIANS/D/Dunn_Jonathan/Vindicator.sid)
WEC Le Mans(/MUSICIANS/D/Dunn_Jonathan/WEC_Le_Mans.sid)


Scrolltext and other text in this release : ()
Damaged scrolltext recovered partly.

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/133498/JDMC.Bonzai.d64 (downloads: 268)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 8 November 2014
cheers for providing a working version!
User Comment
Submitted by Mace on 8 November 2014
\o/ yay for the Transfer Team!
And why don't we have a CSDb entry for us lads?
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 8 November 2014
Great! Preservation creates history and order in a chaotic and everchanging world!
User Comment
Submitted by Trap on 28 October 2014
Thanks a million to the transfer team for making this happen. I am really happy about this. You guys ROCK!!!!

This is definitely not my finest hour in regards to design and coding, but I do like the fact that I did this auto-start thing when loading. Totally forgot about that - a nice feature if you ask me :)
As for the production year, 1989 sounds about right. I do remember buying an Amiga in the spring of 1990 as I mention in the scrolltext.

Again, kudos to the transfer team ;)

Trap Crap Wrap
User Comment
Submitted by cba on 28 October 2014
The disk label says 1989, that sound more realistic.
User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 28 October 2014
I wonder if the release year set by Trap himself is correct. If this demo was made in November 1990 then I would have expected that one of the 3 tunes that Jonathan Dunn has made in 1990 were at least included.
I suspect that the month or the year is not correct.
User Comment
Submitted by cba on 27 October 2014
Finally this old demo was found !
A big thanks to goes to Genius/Paradize for letting us transferring his disks at X!. So to everybody reading this, support the Transfer Team and share your disks in order to preserve history.
User Comment
Submitted by Medicus on 22 September 2012
For data-recovery it would help if there was a list of corrupt sectors.

Is there actually any checksum or redundancy when storing to c64 disks? Using this information + the knowledge which sectors are broken would make it perhaps possible to reconstruct parts of the disk.

Bear with me if those questions turn out to be plain stupid :).
User Comment
Submitted by ΛΛdZ on 20 September 2012
Added screenshot of the directory. Not 100% correct but many files can be seen.

Notice that one of the first files is named "Trap"... maybe you made this collection after all Trap.
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 5 August 2012
Got this disk from Cash/3ad. Badly f*cked up disk, but at least it's the release that was asked for here: http://noname.c64.org/csdb/forums/index.php?roomid=9&topicid=81..

Let's hope someone out there have this release. Filename should be J.D.M.C. /BONZAI
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