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Scotchman in a skirt (scotch.xm)

Info Summary

  • scotch.xm is a XM format module. Uncompressed, it is 859.68KB in size and has been downloaded 26238 times since Thu 5th Aug 1999 :D

Info Info

  • Mod Archive ID: 55761
  • Downloads: 26238
  • Favourited: 30 times
  • MD5: 36aaa11174bcff311456070428de6631
  • Format: XM
  • Channels: 32
  • Uncompressed Size: 859.68KB
  • Genre: Orchestral

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Comments Your Comments

member Posted by Swedra on Wed 3rd May 2017, rated 10 / 10.

It is almost unbelievable that this song isn't from some epic movie or something....it isn't, right?

In any case, like someone said, shivers all over the body, man!

member Posted by Bryd0 on Tue 20th Sep 2016, rated 10 / 10.

This makes me proud to be Scottish, and like what Saga said, it's unusual to hear the sound of bagpipes within a module. Considering I'm not keen on bagpipes themselves, their use in this masterpiece made me respect them more. Kudos to you. Cube :)

member Posted by Kilgariff on Mon 15th Feb 2016, rated 9 / 10.

I like this, It's really something different and I found the internal text quite hilarious:

"Whiskey, bagpipes and
a skirt, all that
a scotchman needs."

- a Scotsman.

member Posted by woolters on Mon 27th Jun 2011, rated 10 / 10.

Simply amazing. This one will send chills up and down your back, arms and legs. It is reminiscent of Vangelis' Conquest of Paradise. Amazing use of samples, awesome epic/adventurous feel to it. It holds you spell-bound till the very end.

member Posted by A-zTech on Tue 21st Oct 2008, rated 10 / 10.

pure insta-download in what it actually should be. awesome scottish tune with amazing samples and great melody.

member Posted by Saga Musix on Fri 21st Dec 2007, rated 10 / 10.

This is indeed one of the greatest modules I know. Original, interesting samples (I've never heard any scotch module or even bag pipes in a module before!), absolutely wonderful atmosphere and chords! You gotta love this, really. It's unique.

member Posted by Dave McCool on Fri 30th Mar 2007, rated 10 / 10.

Best module I heard in a long time. Very original, never heard much other songs tracked like this! Very good celtic tune.

member Posted by m0d on Fri 16th Feb 2007, rated 10 / 10.

This has to be the best module I've come across today. Found it by accident while invesigating a ripping case (some knob called morpheus has associated this to his profile long ago). This is by !cube, and it's a fantasticly smooth celtic influenced piece worthy of anyone's collection. Recommended.

member Posted by Ghidorah on Mon 23rd Aug 1999, rated 9 / 10.

A fantastic creation with a style i never heard as module before. This is bagpipes, violins and powerful strings played in a perfect way. It all sounds very good and this tune really rocks. The drums are very poweful. i believe that this song would fit nice in a TV show or a movie. This is done by a proffesional and it all fits in place. The huge pack of samples are of high quality although they are 8-bit mostly. The drumbeat at channel 01 and 12 is great. This is definetly recommended for you who loves orchestral music and especially scottish style.

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Info Internal Texts *

"Scotchman in a skirt"


    !Cube / Trauma +

 Whiskey, bagpipes and
     a skirt, all that
   a scotchman needs.



   Contribution to the
    music competition
     at Assembly '98.

      Samples from:

 !Cube, Mystical, NHP,
   Teque, Lizardking,
  Resound, Jugi, Yaz,
 Croaker and Mellow-D.

    Greets fly out to:

     Trauma members
   SCS*TRC members
        Prob. / Mono
     Mystical / Purple
        Necros / FM
      Mellow-D / FM
   Gspot / Recreation
Purple Motion + Skaven
     Balrog / TPOLM
       Lauri / Pasila
   and everyone else I
      happen to know.

      For ambiguous
    scottish articles:


  Use FT2 for playing!

  (c) !Cube Music 1998

"Ei tämmöstä 80-luvun

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