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Trekiej 
Amiga Music 1985-1993
Posted on 25-May-2020 8:25:43
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What music do you associate with the Amiga in those years?
This could be Rock, Pop, R&B, etc.

I think of 99 Red Balloons and some others.

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Re: Amiga Music 1985-1993
Posted on 25-Jun-2020 19:12:24
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Only Amigaaaa....

Hard not to have that tune pop in your head these days (although it wasn't what I would have originally associated to the period as I didn't hear it until way late in the 1990s).

Most of the music from the period was related to either the games or the scene - so there was a lot of music styles I wasn't keen on (such as techno, acid, trance) but we also had a lot of pop/rock in the 80s and 90s.

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Re: Amiga Music 1985-1993
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What music do you associate with the Amiga in those years?

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Re: Amiga Music 1985-1993
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Easy!

Bomb the Bass - Megablast

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Re: Amiga Music 1985-1993
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@Thread

Cool.
Thanks.

I would love to do a video with some music playing on my A600.
I am not for sure what the DRM situation would be like.

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Anything with panflutes, friend Trekiej.
Anything with loud, cheesy, overly-vibey, whole-track-occupying panflutes.

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I would love to do a video with some music playing on my A600.
I am not for sure what the DRM situation would be like.


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Re: Amiga Music 1985-1993
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Early Techno like 16-Bit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-AQQp30oLMU

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Re: Amiga Music 1985-1993
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That is a cool video with an A500.

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Re: Amiga Music 1985-1993
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There would be a few I can't think of right now. But there is a list of Amiga games with similar songs I want to compile. One day.

However the following was sent to me recently and it sounds very Amigaish. Acid Rock. It's so bad it's good!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wknAEWOIwKE

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Made on Amiga?
It should fit right in the Amiga Scene.


Acid Rock, I guess I never had a thing for it.

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I don't know if it's made on Amiga. But the layout is fairly simple. I think an Amiga could do it. As to the acid rock, well the internet reports it was a thing from the 60's. The acid rock in the video however, isn't really rock at all, since it has no guitars. It wouldn't exactly count as acid either, since it lacks the acid drops that used to go, "Di-di-di-di-di-di-di-di-do-doo-dooo-doooo-doooooo." LOL.

For the sake of amusement, it's fine, and I find it funny.

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"... since it has no guitars." I did not think about that. Rock needs guitars or maybe a stringed instrument.

It sounds too modern for the 60's. Uh, what do I know?

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Acid Rock.


Well 1989 ...

Reminds me at the time of 'Acid House', it was popular (for nearly 24 month) suddenly some music styles where called 'Acid Jazz', no wonder someone tried to sell something like 'Acid Rock' ...

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