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Kung Fu Fighting Sample   [1986]

Kung Fu Fighting Sample Release Date :

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C64 Music

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http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/48562/KungFuFighting.zip (downloads: 859)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/182909/Kung Fu Fighting [cleaner version].prg (downloads: 148)

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User Comment
Submitted by Zyron on 27 May 2019
The so called cleaner version is most probably the original. Then some Wild Boys depacked it and hacked the basic line, introducing errors in the sample data at the same time.
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Submitted by G-Force on 27 May 2019
Added a cleaner version.
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Submitted by DivertigO on 15 August 2016
Could not believe
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Submitted by McMeatLoaf on 15 March 2009
Hmm, looked at this in VICE monitor:

>C:07f8 .........NHA..2118:.1...TTTTTTTTTTTspeec
>C:0820 h (c) wild boys...oys............OJP.`.Q
Where is that snippet from? The sampling software?
User Comment
Submitted by El Stocko on 27 December 2007
Oswald, I'm sure the demo you mentioned is pretty cool, but the reason Kung Fu Fighting and the others were good is because they came out 3 or 4 years beforehand and there had never been anything like it. Not that most people had seen anyway.
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Submitted by El Stocko on 27 December 2007
Aha, I think Born in the USA was another one I had, thanks Mace. And also Material Girl.

These others are attributed to ADJ Enterprises. Do you think we can safely attribute this Kung Fu one to them as well?

Maybe Apple will pay them 10 squillion dollars for ushering in the IPod era. Or maybe not.
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Submitted by Oswald on 24 December 2007
hmm had this one, but somehow kept me rather unimpressed. what made my pants wet were the digis here: Airdance III
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Submitted by Mace on 24 December 2007
Crap, this was only put online last November?!
I had it on an image for ages but never uploaded it :D
This was also one of the first samples I heard on the C64, together with Born in the USA, Normaal and Knight Rider.
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Submitted by OEP on 24 December 2007
When I first got this, I thought it was a demo to a game that was going to be released. I had no idea the c64 could play anything like this :)
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Submitted by El Stocko on 24 December 2007
The first time I ever heard digitized music was when I first got this demo. Fantastic to find someone has unearthed it. I think there were 2 or 3 of these clips, but I can't remember what the others were. This one is the main one I remember.

A bit later there was digital drum kit with realistic digitized drum sounds to play about with which was good fun too.
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