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Joseph Collins information

Nick: Joseph Collins
Homepage: www.ninthdimension.net/motg2

Joseph Collins's reviews:

    Atari Karts: Game rip
    "A Fantasic Soundtrack" (by Joseph Collins, 7 Apr 2013) [8/10]
    I actually found out about this game through a comedic review series called Taco-Man Plays a Video Game. (Rest-in-peace, Bently Bear.) The instant I heard the music, I knew it was done in Amiga's ProTracker. Little did I know that the game soundtrack had actually been ripped and put up here at Mirsoft's World of Game Music!

    This soundtrack is, as you probably guessed from my article title, fantastic. It's relatively simple, but infinitely catchy. There's quite a few files missing, if the Amiga Music Preservation site is any indication, but the rest of the music seems to be here. And it's very much worth a listen.

    Mystic Towers: Game rip
    "Incomplete Game Rip" (by Joseph Collins, 12 Jun 2007) [9/10]
    This set of files is an incomplete game rip. Rather, it's a rip, but it's a rip of the DEMO version. Regardless, it's still awesome music.

Joseph Collins as source of these music records:

These music records are available to you also thanks to Joseph Collins. This means, if the tune is Digital Audio, Joseph Collins probably supplied some information to the music record. In case of downloadable MOD/MID music files he probably supplied and/or ripped some or all tunes.