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Song Information

SID (6581/8580)Artillery Have video

Author: flag Geir Tjelta GroupManiacs of Noise GroupShape Design

Uploaded By: Geir_Tjelta

Song Length: 7:34
Release Year: 2009
Song Status: Active *
Song Bitrate: 128 kbps
Song Legacy Flag: R
Song Source: Oldskool
Song Platform: PlatformSID (6581/8580)

Additional Information:

According to Geir, this is his first tune since 1996, and a follow-up of "A New Beginning".

Last Queued : 1 week, 2 days ago

This song has been played 333 times. [See Request History]
It was added 14 years ago.

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Song Rating: 4.7 - Votes Placed: 195 View Voting History
A total of 134 users have this song on their favourites list.

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Remixes Based On This Song:

PC (other)Artillery (Heavy Punk Artillery) by flag Dan Tootill

PC (other)Artillery (demo music remix) by flag MRT (Tomasz Inglot)


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from this demo:


A very good sid! Nice dance-ish elements on the tune too, even maybe unintentionally


@DJJoge. Those dance-ish elements is actually from some ideas I had in 2001. So it is intentionally. But I don't like dance music, so... it turned out like this instead. :-)

Mostly listener. Trying to learn.

So nice. I dig.

double u[t][f];


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