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Trash Parts!   [1989]

Trash Parts! Released by :
Network

Release Date :
30 May 1989

Type :
C64 Demo

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (4 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Zix of Network
Music .... Digiblaster of World Wide Expressive
  ELA of Antimon
  FMD
  Link of Cheyens
  ReD of World Wide Expressive
Graphics .... The Fleet
  Zix of Network
Text .... Rex
  Zix of Network


SIDs used in this release :
Cheyens Megademo (part 9)(/MUSICIANS/L/Link/Cheyens_Megademo_part_9.sid)
Fashionating(/MUSICIANS/L/Link/Fashionating.sid)
Ghostbusters(/MUSICIANS/R/Red_Duijckaerts_Roger/Ghostbusters.sid)
Hans Inge Tune(/MUSICIANS/E/ELA/Hans_Inge_Tune.sid)
Music Box (tune 2)(/MUSICIANS/F/FMD/Music_Box_tune_2.sid)
Post Mortem(/MUSICIANS/D/Digiblaster/Post_Mortem.sid)
Robocop(/MUSICIANS/L/Link/Robocop.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/62505/Network-TrashParts.d64 (downloads: 463)

Look for downloads on external sites:
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User Comment
Submitted by FMan on 27 July 2008
I have had this on a floppy since receiving it from a contact of mine in Bionic Force. Thus, the header of the disk, which is untouched.

The second part (or first, if you count the first screen as intro) features a neat medley containing Jan Hammer's tune Forever and Tonight from Miami Vice. I don't know who made it, though, and the music credits are largely missing.

There is also a logo/picture made by X-Ray, but this is likely not either of the sceners called X-Ray in the database so far.
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