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AMIGA-MODAmiga Format

Author: flag Allister Brimble

Uploaded By: flagprowler

Song Length: 5:17
Release Year: 1989
Song Status: Active
Song Bitrate: 320 kbps
Song Legacy Flag: R
Song Source: Oldskool
Song Platform: PlatformAMIGA-MOD


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ST/Amiga Format was perhaps the biggest Amiga magazine in the UK in the early 90's, and mr Brimble did some special music for their "bonus disks" attached to the mags. I remember this mod was used together with a picture made by Rico Holmes, who later collaborated in several game projects under the Team 17-Bit Software label.
This demo came with Issue 3, October 1989.

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STAmiga1 [STAmiga1 - Hideaway Mix] by flag HideawayStudio (D. A. Wilson)
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heimorgelspieler

Nice & a little mysterious.

flagHideawayStudio
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Always liked this classic Amiga module - its been in my favourites folder on several computers through the generations since the early 90s!