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Desc:A non public speaker talks about his adventures in the c64 music scene.
Category:Video Games, Educational
Tags:Legend, Commodore 64, Demoscene, c64, rob hubbard
Submitted:kamlem
Date:05/04/11
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baleen
I kinda want to give this guy a hug and tell him he's ok and that he's doing a great job.
riedquat
Rob Hubbard and David Whittaker were the Liszt and Chopin of chiptunes. I used to think they must have got all the chicks.
kamlem
As a kid I would go through the 20 minute process of loading up Monty on the Run c64 on cassette tape just to listen to his high score table music. My childhood would not have been the same without him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OT3SP8tvLc
Syd Midnight
As a C64 nerd I expected him to be much taller, also radiating light and crackling with electricity.

"A drunken monkey on the piano trying to play the Blue Danube" is a good description of early 8-bit music and makes me nostalgic for the Atari 2600
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