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    VariousInput 64

    Label:Enduro – ENDURO R_03_01_CD, L'Age D'Or – LADO 17080-2
    CD, Compilation
    Genre:Electronic, Stage & Screen
    Style:Chiptune, Video Game Music


    1Jeroen TelMusic From Turbo Outrun (Intro)0:13
    2Rob HubbardBMX Kidz Title Theme3:06
    3Jeroen TelAlloy Run Main Theme3:53
    4Jeroen TelTheme From Kinetix5:01
    5Peter LiepaBoulder Dash2:00
    6Ben DaglishThe Last Ninja Wilderness In-Game4:09
    7Rob HubbardCrazy Comets Main Theme4:44
    8Martin GalwayMagnetic Fields IV (As Used In Yie Ar Kung-Fu)5:30
    9Peter ClarkeTheme From Bubble Bobble1:29
    10Jeroen TelMusic From Turbo Outrun4:19
    11Chris Huelsbeck*Final Theme From Baby Of Can Guru4:58
    12Martin GalwayTheme From Arkanoid2:29
    13Rob HubbardOne Man And His Droid Title Theme4:50
    14Martin GalwayInsects In Space Intro0:27
    15Peter LiepaBoulder Dash II : Rockford's Revenge1:38
    16Chris Huelsbeck*Theme From The Antics-Chip War4:46
    17Chris Huelsbeck*Intro-Theme From Starball5:50
    18Rob HubbardMonty On The Run Main Theme4:08
    19Jeroen TelMusic From Turbo Outrun (Outro)0:55


    A collection of Commodore 64 game music from 1984-1989.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 4005902458023
    • Matrix / Runout: A0100357360-0101 11 A0 Sony DADC
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94Z3

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Recently Edited
    Input 64: A Collection Of Commodore 64 Game Music 1984-1989 (2×LP, Compilation, Mono)Enduro, L'Age D'Or, Zomba DistributionENDURO R_03_01_LP, LADO 17080-1, RTD 139.4580.1Germany2001
    Recently Edited
    Input 64 (CD, Compilation, Promo)Enduro, L'Age D'OrR_03_01_CD, LADO 17080-2Germany2001


    planet-noise's avatar
    Edited 14 years ago
    This compilation CD is a deceit.
    A horrible way to make money of innocent people, and I don't think the artist which mentioned here got payed for their work.

    Actually, all you get here, is a recording of the original tunes, preformed by the legendary machine - the Commodore 64 computer. You can easily download those tunes as the original SID files, from any Commodore 64 fan site, and play it on a freeware SID Player, or a SID plug-in for your Real Player. The sound quality is exactly the same - 8 bit tunes, based on 3 channels, and a volume channel which usually been used to make beat which was based on white noise, just like the original SID chip that you had on your C64.

    The music itself is still doing it. After so many year, it finally get the attention it deserves, not to mention that the whole "Electro-Clash" scene is based on those square-wave sounds, with that "Low-Tech" feeling.
    Also, you can't call it "A Best Of..." collection, since the C64 has many other better and more familiar tunes. Still, "The Last Ninja" tune is an all time favorite (the tune was so much better the the game), and "Boulder Dash" made me wonder why the hell did I spend so much time as a kid, on that annoying game, trying to figure out how to solve the mazes and get the diamonds without getting smashed by a rock or those bloody 4-pixel butterflies...

    Ignore this release, type C64 in your search engine, download and enjoy these unforgettable games and tunes. Just please remember that you also have other duties and things to do with your life ;-)