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6581 Demo 1   [1986]

6581 Demo 1 Released by :
Stu Taylor

Release Date :
1986

Type :
C64 Music

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... Stu Taylor
Music .... Stu Taylor


SIDs used in this release :
Ice Cold(/MUSICIANS/T/Taylor_Stuart/Ice_Cold.sid)
Sky Runner(/MUSICIANS/T/Taylor_Stuart/Sky_Runner.sid)
The Ghoul(/MUSICIANS/T/Taylor_Stuart/Ghoul.sid)
Toyota Sony Chop(/MUSICIANS/T/Taylor_Stuart/Toyota_Sony_Chop.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/28854/6581 demo1.sjt.prg (downloads: 420)

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User Comment
Submitted by El Stocko on 19 August 2006
"Sky Runner" found in this release is the same tune as appears in the game Sky Runner. The game tune though is by John Lewis, I'm not sure what went on here. Whether Stu just liked it and decided to do a "cover version", or whether he had any kind of involvement with the game at some point. He was involved with a couple of commercial games, but I couldn't tell you what they were.
User Comment
Submitted by El Stocko on 17 August 2006
The version of Toyota Sony Chop here is evidently a work in progress as the final version appearing in the Wolverines Saturn demo and the single file Toyota Sony Chop sounds much more polished.

From memory, I think what it was, I know Stu had coded his own music player and this demo was written on version 1. I know he rewrote it at some point, so I think the other version of "TSC" was done on version 2. The tune itself is basically the same.
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