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Death Rally: Game rip

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Game info

Name: Death Rally
Characteristics: Action, Racing / Driving, Top-Down, Arcade, Shooter
Publishers: GT Interactive, Apogee
Developers: Remedy Entertainment, Apogee
Original/port composer: Jonne Valtonen (Dos)
Platforms:
PC Dos (1996) - Europe
PC Dos (06 Sep 1996)

Music info

Released: 06 Sep 1996
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composer of these tunes: Jonne Valtonen
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 10
Size of archive: 2.28 MBytes

My info

Great racing tunes from Purple Motion (famous demoscene musician). Great choice for all racing fans :)



User reviews

  • "Orange Motion :)" (by Darth Nefelim, 20 Sep 2004) [6/10]
    Nice piece of finnish trackering style. Pleasant work of Jonne 'Purple Motion' Valtonen, really impressive level of technical perfomance. Fans are welcome.

  • "Death Rally Music" (by frosty, 2 Oct 2004) [9/10]
    Very good music :-)))
    Congratulations to the author.

  • "Suspected of comitting perfect crime..." (by JaD, 5 Jan 2005) [9/10]
    This is probably a direct rip, that's why I have written the above title. Feels like somebody "touched" the music slightly OR had a faulty souncard OR I have a ?#$@!>:/ player OR... the world is evil... anyway, forget I have written the above... Ouch... it's so late... (2:21 AM, +1.00 GT).
    - Have a nice dream.
    - Thanks.
    - Goodnight...

  • "Classy all the way" (by Mate S., 6 Jun 2006) [9/10]
    When I first played the game, a long time ago, I was amazed at how polished and big-budget the music seemed. Even now, many years later, it still impresses me - not just because of the incredible production quality, but because the music itself is cool. I couldn't think of a more ideal soundtrack for the game, and it's not bad background music apart from the game either! I especially recommend the awesome electronic Zen cool of the title theme (played in the menus). Demoscene reprazent!

  • "Polished" (by Wixit, 28 May 2009) [9/10]
    The music used here wouldn't be out of place in any "modern" game. Kudos.

  • "Purple Excellence" (by Daemit, 6 Sep 2016) [8/10]
    This techno is so-o-o smooth and sexy. "Purple Motion in da house, bitches!" :-)

    Seriously tho, excellent tunes. Respect.

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Facts / description

Thanks to Nullstring for this info:

The music is composed by Purple Motion, for the Demoscene.
Comment's in the S3M files indicate that maybe the name of the game was Hi-Speed, most notably on TRACK9.S3M: (c) Purple Motion 1996 composed for Hispeed (Uh, oh, for Death Rally)

Source: The track titles are stored inside the S3M mod files, available here or inside the folder "GoodiesMODs" on the Death Rally CD.

Tracklist

01 - Death Rally Main Menu
02 - Hi-Speed Track 1
03 - Track Whatever
04 - Fast-D
05 - Futuristic
06 - Hi-Speed Track 2
07 - Hi-Speed Hazard
08 - City Lights
09 - Botswana Hard (Jungle Track)
10 - Paavinkatu Blues

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Record created/updated: 6. April 2009.
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