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AMIGA-MODJaguar XJ220 (Troubled Journey)

Author: flag Nuke (Martin Iveson)

Song Length: 4:44
Song Status: Active
Song Bitrate: 192 kbps
Song Legacy Flag: R
Song Source: Game
Song Platform: PlatformAMIGA-MOD

Last Queued : 1 week, 3 days ago

This song has been played 93 times. [See Request History]
It was added 13 years ago.

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Song Rating: 4.3 - Votes Placed: 56 View Voting History
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9 millenia,

Credits to Salinga for the mp3 recording.

Amiga Rulez 4 Ever!

I have always loved this game's tracks.. and this mod is definitely one of the better ones.


Great soundtrack to nice racing game! Great nostalgia!


Links provided are actually for the title screen music (Jaguar XJ220 (title)).

There are two versions of this track (although the song length given here would suggest there's a third) and both can be found here-


This old fave has survived so many copies of my module collection migrating over so many computer platforms through the decades.. an Amiga classic!