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  • galway.xm is a XM format module. Uncompressed, it is 888.78KB in size and has been downloaded 13939 times since Sun 27th Jun 1999 :D

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  • Mod Archive ID: 42809
  • Downloads: 13939
  • Favourited: 15 times
  • MD5: 879c5466831f1908d3be8c7aa222fa22
  • Format: XM
  • Channels: 16
  • Uncompressed Size: 888.78KB
  • Genre: Electronic - Dance

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member Posted by Violette on Sat 20th Feb 2016, rated 10 / 10.

I've never owned a C64, but this is such a special masterpiece. That is all I can really say, as it's hard not to be speechless each time I listen to this. The emotion in this track is bursting at the seams.

member Posted by threeRd on Sat 2nd Nov 2013, rated 10 / 10.

I came in search of a Galway recreation, and I was not disappointed!

member Posted by jerry1975 on Mon 6th Dec 2010, rated 10 / 10.

Really impressive conversion of two classic Galway pieces from 1985/6 on the C64. Quite how difficult this is to do and get the right effect really can't be underestimated. Superb work from Jogeir. I never tire of listening to this at all!

member Posted by Arne Puszelski on Tue 28th Jul 2009, rated 10 / 10.

What a remake of Galway´s themes! Brilliant music feeling and composing! This is the best remake of Galway´s musics i´ve ever heard - better than the original! Absolutely great job!

member Posted by Saga Musix on Wed 9th May 2007, rated 10 / 10.

The best c64 remakes i ever heared! Jogeir did a great job, again. His typical drum style fits well into the c64 tracks. and to be honest, i like this version better than the original files without drums! Especially part one is very impressive.

member Posted by m0d on Tue 8th May 2007, rated 10 / 10.

warhawk summed this up nicely in the review, and I really do recommend you leave this playing all the way through - mainly because the intros where it's merging from the original C64 themes into the fully multichannel verses is a bit empty (be be expected). Brilliant overall use of samples and totally pushes buttons with anyone who remembers the Rambo and Green Beret games of the 64.

member Posted by warhawk on Sat 24th Jul 1999, rated 10 / 10.

Everyone who owned a C64 probably knows who Martin Galway is. He is one of the most famous C64 composers. And when the greatest of all modmakers make a module out of one of Galways tunes, its just great! This could be explained as a 16 channel C64 song, those Sid sounds makes me freeze. It is a wonderful song indeed and the 2 Galway tunes Jogeir has chosen for this song is Rambo (part 2) and the green beret loader. The nostallgian kicks i got by this tune, its unexplainable. If you once owned a C64 this is a must, you wont be sad, i promise you. This is the first 10 i give out and i do NOT regret it. Those old sid samples are just so beutiful. And when they are in the hands of Jogeir, this is magic. I almost started crying when i heard this song. Thank you Jogeir!


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Info Internal Texts *



  these marvellous
pieces were originally
 composed by Martin
  Galway on the c64.
----------------------
multichanneled & mixed
       in 1997 by
    Jogeir Liljedahl
         part 1 :
     rambo (part II)
  (c) 1986 by ocean

         part 2:
   green beret loader
  (c) 1986 by imagine

------A-n-Y----------
  reasons/comments:
      *- snail -*
  box 8260 spjelkavik
    n-6022 aalesund
      *- email -*
    jogeirl_online.no
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----------------------
        thanks to
  michael schwendt
          for his
  synthetic waveform
   generator program
        sid2wav.
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 for more c64-convs,
       check out
 the bluenine c64-mod
     collection at:
 http://inet.uni-c.dk/
        "bluenine
----------------------
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  this one is
        for you
            Martin
               Galway!

----------------------
  greetings goes to

 adept - jason - geir
   scorpik - unreal
 laxity - wave - tim
    chris - joachim
   rob - ben - greg

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