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Song Information

PC-S3MCrystal Dragon

Author: flag Skaven (Peter Hajba) GroupFuture Crew

Song Length: 2:12
Release Year: 1992
Song Status: Active
Song Source: Musicdisk
Song Platform: PlatformPC-S3M

Additional Information:

Intriguing samples-comments :
Note: Originally made in
mono (ST3 didn't have
panning back then)

An oversized, heavy tune
made for just the fun of
it... or maybe not.

This oversized tune was inspired by... money! There was a little music compo in Finland, and I participated with this song. The music's style is somewhat medieval and very heavy indeed.

Last Queued : 2 weeks, 3 days ago

This song has been played 133 times. [See Request History]
It was added 12 years, 2 months ago.

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Song Rating: 4.4 - Votes Placed: 65 View Voting History
A total of 29 users have this song on their favourites list.

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This Song Is Listed In The Following Compilations:

Compilation Bitjam Podcast #78


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Blah! (c:

Excellent and epic medieval track!

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medieval ?!


One of my absolute favorites. It sounds more oriental than medieval to me.


First multichannel (more than 4) modules that I've heard, and was blown away! 12 channels, wow!

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Medieval, oriental… What about orchestral and mystical ? It's enchanting and with other instruments it could even sound celtic. I wish it was longer but it's still a musical treasure !!

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