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Tempest 2000: Original soundtrack

Game info

Name: Tempest 2000
Characteristics: Action, Top-Down, Arcade, Shooter
Publishers: Interplay, Atari, Llamasoft, LogicWare, Atari Games (APX - Atari Program Exchange)
Developers: Atari, Llamasoft, Atari Games (APX - Atari Program Exchange)
Original/port composer: Ian Howe
Sega Saturn - United States
Atari Jaguar (1994) - United States
PC Dos (1995) - Europe
Macintosh (1996)

Music info

Released: 01 Jan 1994
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Ian Howe
Music type: Original soundtrack
Num of tunes: 12
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: J8909
Play time: 45:55

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01-Thermal Resolution - 4:01
02-Mind's Eye - 4:54
03-T2K - 5:26
04-Ease Yourself - 5:46
05-Tracking Depth - 5:06
06-Constructive Demolition - 4:08
07-Future Tense - 1:59
08-Digital Terror - 0:50
09-Hyper Prism - 0:35
10-Glide Control - 5:15
11-Ultra Yak - 4:03
12-2000 Dub - 3:53

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Record created/updated: 17. September 2002.
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