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OST » Official Soundtrack (CD / Digital)D-Generation HD - Virtual Reality

Author: flag TDK (Mark Knight)

Uploaded By: flag TDK

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Song Length: 5:30
Release Year: 2015
Song Status: Active
Song Bitrate: 320 kbps
Song Source: Official Original Soundtrack (OST)
Song Platform: PlatformOST » Official Soundtrack (CD / Digital)

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D/Generation was originally released in 1991 on the PC, followed by Atari ST, Commodore Amiga, and CD32 platforms in 1993.

I did the Amiga conversion of the PC title and end game tunes. There were no in-game tracks.

D/Generation HD, a 'high def' re-release of the original game, was released in October 2015 and I was given the opportunity to 'finish an unsettled score' by finally writing the in-game music missing from the original title.

Taking hints from 80's synth wave and cyberpunk, imagine John Carpenter writing happier music, this is the soundtrack I always felt the game was lacking.

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