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Desc:8-bit Pink Floyd on the NES
Category:Religious, Science & Technology
Tags:Nintendo, Pink Floyd, chiptunes, 8-bit, Brad Smith
Submitted:dbtng
Date:04/17/10
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Comment count is 7
splatterbabble
Gawd I miss making .mod music.
Suedeo
Ahh, refreshing. Thanks!
Lauritz Melchior
The Nintendo game consists of sitting back and listening, with the optional use of a marijuana joystick.

It is one of the most satisfying games ever conceived.
andybrownie
This is great, they shud make a pf nes game like no joke
dbtng
I hoped somebody else would like this. I've listened to it over and over again. You can download it as 2 mp3s on his website, one for each side of the original album.

http://rainwarrior.thenoos.net/music/moon8.html
Syd Midnight
Aww now I wish they'd make a SID chip version.
twinkieafternoon
First "Breath" sounds like one of those caves from "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?," then it sounds like it'd be perfect for Perry-Mason style, dark, rain-soaked, fog-and-manhole-smoke-filled street level. Like Toad Man in Mega Man 4, if you never go in the sewer.
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