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Bad Moon Rising   [1991]

Bad Moon Rising Released by :
Psycho Genesis

Release Date :
28 July 1991

Type :
C64 Demo

Released At :
Gathering '91

Achievements :
C64 Demo Competition at Gathering '91 :  #4

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (7 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Paladin of Collision, Psycho Genesis
Music .... Noise of Victory
Graphics .... Paladin of Collision, Psycho Genesis
Text .... 2NY of Collision
  Captain Howdy of Collision, Tristar
  Deadbeat of The Sharks
  Dr. Who
  Paladin of Collision, Psycho Genesis
  Rolex of Topaz Beerline

SIDs used in this release :
Goodbye Mama(/MUSICIANS/N/Noise_of_Victory/Goodbye_Mama.sid)
Light My Fire(/DEMOS/UNKNOWN/Light_My_Fire.sid)
Little China(/MUSICIANS/N/Noise_of_Victory/Little_China.sid)
Perfect Stranger(/MUSICIANS/N/Noise_of_Victory/Perfect_Stranger.sid)
Touch Acid Version(/MUSICIANS/N/Noise_of_Victory/Touch_Acid_Version.sid)
What's up Dog?(/MUSICIANS/N/Noise_of_Victory/Whats_up_Dog.sid)

Contains information on the following event(s) :
Gathering '91  Some party information in various scrollers

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/24574/Bad_Moon_Rising.PSG.zip (downloads: 1001)

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User Comment
Submitted by Higgie on 27 December 2009
Thanx iAN CooG for giving the right credits now. Most NOV musics were found on a disk that was sent to Oli/TNF'77 by me when Frank, myself and some other guys were applying for membership back in the days. I guess that the tunes were later spread by Oli (maybe without giving credit to Frank) so some other guy(s) hijacked the tunes to release under their name(s). That original disk was finally given to Steppe in 2009 so the HVSC-Crew could correct the credits were needed. (as done with HVSC#52) :)
User Comment
Submitted by spider-j on 29 November 2009
hey. never saw this before. best song by ccr. best album by sonic youth. and a decent demo.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 29 November 2009
Nope, most musics in this demo are made by Frank Meyer (Noise of Victory) and were wrongly attributed to Paladin so far.
In the scroller of part "05*" we can read
note that this muzak (the doors' light my fire) is not from madman martin's
music-disk, it is done by a friend of mine. by the way, i really fucked up
with the music-routine. it did not worked very properly after packing...

Part "01.*" contains a sfx-only introtune (will not be included in HVSC) and an unknown/uncredited one ripped now as

Part "05.*" ripped now as

all /MUSICIANS/P/Paladin/*.sid are proven being composed by Frank Meyer and were creditfixed and moved in HVSC upd. #52

/MUSICIANS/P/Paladin/Bad_Moon_Rising_part_1.sid -> /MUSICIANS/N/Noise_of_Victory/Nightmare.sid
/MUSICIANS/P/Paladin/Bad_Moon_Rising_part_4.sid -> /MUSICIANS/N/Noise_of_Victory/Little_China.sid
/MUSICIANS/P/Paladin/Bad_Moon_Rising_part_5.sid -> /MUSICIANS/N/Noise_of_Victory/Goodbye_Mama.sid
/MUSICIANS/P/Paladin/Bad_Moon_Rising_part_7.sid -> /MUSICIANS/N/Noise_of_Victory/Perfect_Stranger.sid
/MUSICIANS/P/Paladin/Bad_Moon_Rising_part_8.sid -> /MUSICIANS/N/Noise_of_Victory/What_Up_Dog.sid
User Comment
Submitted by A3 on 18 June 2006
Music by Madman Martin and Jukka?
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