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Sonix Stimulations V2   [1989]

Sonix Stimulations V2 Released by :
Sonix Systems

Release Date :
4 June 1989

Type :
C64 Music Collection

Released At :
Commodore Show 1989

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... Hookie of Cosine, Exact
Music .... Skywave of Cosine, Sonix Systems
Graphics .... The Cybernetic Man

SIDs used in this release :
Funky Zaxx II(/MUSICIANS/F/Francois_Marc/Funky_Zaxx_II.sid)
Racterslam loader 2(/MUSICIANS/F/Francois_Marc/Racterslam_loader_2.sid)
Robotix Theme(/MUSICIANS/F/Francois_Marc/Robotix_Theme.sid)
Savage Cool(/MUSICIANS/F/Francois_Marc/Savage_Cool.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/35248/Sonix Stimulations 2.t64 (downloads: 596)

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User Comment
Submitted by T.M.R on 8 December 2006
Please note: i couldn't find the final release version of this file, instead i had an uncrunched version from a workdisk that Hookie had (we were finishing it off on the Saturday night of the show at Skywave's place) so this has been crunched to put onto the CSDb until (perhaps) the actual release version appears...

Edit: there's a good chance that there isn't a release version, Odie sent me another copy of this today and it was one i'd packed previously to send him!
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