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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Super Cars II Electric Fields Intro Music
Total Posts: 4 - Pages (1): [1]
 Author: Darren
Posted: Jun 20 2004 - 02:01 PM
Subject: Hehe i thought i was the only one
Its called Dies Irae
Author: Darren
follow Posted: Jun 20 2004 - 01:58 PM
Subject: Hehe i thought i was the only one
Its called Dies Irae
Author: Colin Cook
Posted: Jun 13 2004 - 03:15 AM
Subject: I've goto the file right here!
Please follow this link. This is the actual clip of music:

Author: Colin Cook
Posted: Jun 13 2004 - 03:10 AM
Subject: Super Cars II Electric Fields Intro Music

The old Amiga game called Super Cars II by Gremlin and Electric Fields. When the Electric Fields logo shows, a small clip of classical music plays. Does anyone know what this is?
Total Posts: 4 - Pages (1): [1]
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