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The Bogg Collection Volume 1   [1986]

The Bogg Collection Volume 1 Released by :

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C64 Music Collection

Bogg Album 1

User rating:*********_  9.3/10 (5 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Bogg
Music .... Bogg
Graphics .... Bogg

SIDs used in this release :
Axel F(/MUSICIANS/B/BOGG/Axel_F.sid)
Bach Allegro(/MUSICIANS/B/BOGG/Bach_Allegro.sid)
Big in Japan(/MUSICIANS/B/BOGG/Big_in_Japan.sid)
Master & Servant(/MUSICIANS/B/BOGG/Master_and_Servant.sid)
New Song(/MUSICIANS/B/BOGG/New_Song.sid)
Roller Coaster(/MUSICIANS/B/BOGG/Roller_Coaster.sid)
Rule the World(/MUSICIANS/B/BOGG/Rule_the_World.sid)
Shake the Disease(/MUSICIANS/B/BOGG/Shake_the_Disease.sid)
Smalltown Boy(/MUSICIANS/B/BOGG/Smalltown_Boy.sid)
The Snowman(/MUSICIANS/B/BOGG/Snowman.sid)
What Is Love?(/MUSICIANS/B/BOGG/What_Is_Love.sid)
White Wedding(/MUSICIANS/B/BOGG/White_Wedding.sid)

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User Comment
Submitted by Raistlin on 23 May 2019
I’d almost forgotten about The Mighty Bogg ... but, yeah, his music was my first introduction to the scene... I heard the music playing in my local computer shop and was blown away. It wasn’t for another year or so that I actually found the scene for myself though.

Excellent stuff.
User Comment
Submitted by chancer on 23 May 2019
at the time, it was amazing.. so why no votes? are you all mad for cross dev. that uses a c64 as a "player" and *very* cycle specific.. people sometimes need to know where they have come from, to see where they are at ;-) .. a time where cross dev wasn't the norm..
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Submitted by STE'86 on 5 August 2010
one of my first memories of the demo scene.a true landmark piece of software for me. i still carry the memory of the word "Kayleigh" being spoken in his northern accent to this day :)
User Comment
Submitted by Thunder.Bird on 8 October 2008
~Big respect~ for this first piece of art! I ever loved the spoken samples of the musictitles.
The SIDs themselves are acurate and when I'm listening to this, I don't need to listen to the originals :]
Anyway the loading sounds I laughed at, but thats no negative point at all ;) This made my day \o/ YAY
I hope Kjell is listening to Roller Coaster in heaven now.
User Comment
Submitted by chancer on 28 September 2007
pretty sure this is the first or one of the first demo's I ever saw.. was nice at the time.

User Comment
Submitted by A3 on 4 August 2007
sids added.
User Comment
Submitted by El Stocko on 2 September 2006
Classic. I enjoyed reading an interview with him that's online somewhere, done in about 2001 I think, especially the bit where he said that once he got an Amiga, he destroyed his 64 by pouring water into it :D

I hacked Bogg Album 1 back in 86 to create a tape version for poor mates who didn't have disk drives. You just had to have a list of the tape counter positions where each track started. I've still got this version.
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