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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > 80s or 90s track
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Author: thyson1989
Posted: Nov 19 2018 - 03:36 AM
Subject: re: re: 80s or 90s track
Good grief, thanks a lot! I thought I'll be looking for this for the rest of my life :> Meddl on!

BTW: What was your method to find it? Did you outright know the track from the very start or what was your search strategy?

Author: rainerd
Posted: Sep 16 2018 - 10:57 AM
Subject: re: 80s or 90s track
"Raumpatrouille Orion" main theme:
Author: thyson1989
Posted: Sep 15 2018 - 01:53 AM
Subject: 80s or 90s track
Hellow fellow forum members!

I have searched the web (without any sucess!) for the name of the tune that has the following melody:

(important: the melody goes from 00:36 to 01:02 )

This is not a troll thread (despise the strange source material); i heard this melody for a coupla of times on a tape that my mother had for a short time when i was young - and I'd really love to get the full name of the song in order to enjoy it as a whole. Additional info: The version i heard on tape sounded like an 80s wave song with asian influences.

I am fully aware that these leads are awefully weak, but please, help me find this one youth song i am desperatly searching! Thanks in advance for your engagement :)
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