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The contents of the demo disk from PC Today Magazine, volume 14, July 1991. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #51, December 1990. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #24, September 1988. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the cover disk for PC Zone issue #13, April 1994. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #31, April 1989. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #34, July 1989. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #25, October 1988. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the cover disk for PC Zone issue #10, January 1994. Thanks to Richard Davies.
Game Source Code: Miscellaneous
by Raven Software
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This is the source code for the computer games Heretic & Hexen by Raven Software. The source was originally published under a restrictive EULA in January 1999. After a long campaign by members of the online Doom community, it was re-licensed under the GNU Public License, version 2, in 2008 and published on Source Forge. For more information on the history of the source code, please see http://doomwiki.org/wiki/Raven_source_code_licensing
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The contents of the demo disk from PC Today Magazine, volume 8, January 1991. Thanks to Richard Davies.
PC Zone Magazine
by Dennis Publishing
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Cover CD for PC Zone magazine, issue #48, March 1997. The main feature was over 500 Quake add-on levels/utilities and over 500 Duke 3D levels.
Topics: quake, dukenukem, pczone, shareware
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #53, February 1991. Thanks to Richard Davies.
The Software Capsules Compilation
by GT Interactive
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Doom II Screensaver Win16 / 16 bit screensaver collection created by GT Interactive under license from ID Software. Please note this software cannot be executed on modern 64-bit machines, you will need to use an emulator or VM. For more information, see https://doomwiki.org/wiki/Doom_II_screen_saver
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Topics: doom, game, screensaver, windows, 16bit, win16
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The contents of the second cover disk (of 2) for Personal Computing magazine, July 1988. Thanks Richard Davies.
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The contents of the cover disk for Personal Computing magazine, January 1990. Thanks Richard Davies.
The DOOM Level CD Collection
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This was a "shovelware" collection of free, community-created Doom add-on resources compiled from various web sources (BBS, AOL/Compuserve walled gardens etc.) and sold by "SoftKey". More information: http://redump.org/disc/21231/
Topics: doom, shareware
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #44, May 1990. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #23, August 1988. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the demo disk from PC Today Magazine, volume 3, August 1990. Thanks to Richard Davies.
The DOOM Level CD Collection
by Gametek
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D! 1000 is a collection of add-on levels and resources for the computer game "Doom", originally sourced from various defunct on-line archives, compiled and distributed by WizardWorks entertainment. More info: http://doomwiki.org/wiki/D!ZONE
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The contents of the demo disk from PC Today Magazine, volume 2, July 1990. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #36, September 1989. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the cover disk for PC Zone issue #9, December 1993. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the first cover disk (of 2) for Personal Computing magazine, July 1988. Thanks Richard Davies.
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #58, July 1991. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #42, March 1990. Thanks to Richard Davies.
The DOOM Level CD Collection
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D!ZONE was a series of CD-ROMs produced around 1995 by WizardWorks, Inc., containing batches of Doom add-ons created by fans, harvested from bulletin boards, Compuserve/AOL walled garden file stores, etc. D!ZONE Gold was the last release in the series. More information: http://doomwiki.org/wiki/D!ZONE And: http://redump.org/disc/4500/
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The contents of the cover disk for Personal Computing magazine, October 1989. Thanks Richard Davies.
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The contents of the cover disk for Personal Computing magazine, May 1989. Thanks Richard Davies.
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The contents of the cover disk for Personal Computing magazine, September 1988. Thanks Richard Davies.
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #57, June 1991. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #37, October 1989. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the coverdisk for PC Plus issue #64, January 1992. Thanks to Richard Davies.
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The contents of the demo disk from PC Today Magazine, volume 18, November 1991. Thanks to Richard Davies.
The DOOM Level CD Collection
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"3D Game Alchemy for Doom, Doom II, Heretic, and Hexen" was the title for the second edition of the book "Tricks of the Doom Programming Gurus", both thick volumes on how to create your own levels and resources for the computer games Doom, Doom 2, Heretic and Hexen. The cover-mount CD was predominantly a collection of existing third-party resources for the games, created and distributed on BBS systems and collated for the book collection.
Topics: shareware, doom, heretic, hexen
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Sermons & Religious Lectures
by Various
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Fan-made tribute album to Nine Inch Nails's "Ghosts I-IV".
Topics: tribute, ambient, ghosts, nine inch nails, fan-made, instrumental
Sermons & Religious Lectures
by Nine Inch Nails
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Nine Inch Nails presents Ghosts I - IV, a brand new 36 track instrumental collection available right now. Almost two hours of new music composed and recorded over an intense ten week period last fall, Ghosts I - IV sprawls Nine Inch Nails across a variety of new terrain. Trent Reznor explains, "I've been considering and wanting to make this kind of record for years, but by its very nature it wouldn't have made sense until this point. This collection of music is the result of working from a...
Topics: Nine Inch Nails, Trent Reznor, Ghosts, Industrial, Instrumental, Rock, Alternative, Electronic,...
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Music for Our Future is a special compilation inspired by the SyFy original series, Caprica. Pitchfork Media and XLR8R have teamed up and curated a free compilation together.
Topics: scifi, caprica, electronic, compilation
Sermons & Religious Lectures
by Nine Inch Nails
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In July, 2008, Nine Inch Nails released their album "The Slip" for free, via a CC-BY-NC-SA license. The album was released in multiple formats. The highest-quality version was 24bit samples, 96khz. This is a downsampling of that version to 24/48, which is the highest quality that Apple iDevices (iPods, iPhones, etc.) can play. The files are encoded in iTunes-compatible ALAC. The 24/96 FLAC source for this release is available here:...
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Topics: nine inch nails, the slip, 24bit, 48khz, industrial, rock, alternative, trent reznor, electronic,...
Sermons & Religious Lectures
by Trent Reznor
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In July, 2008, Nine Inch Nails released their album "The Slip" for free, via a CC-BY-NC-SA license. The album was released in multiple formats. This is the highest-quality version: 24bit samples, 96khz, encoded using FLAC. Artwork included. Note that there's a mistake in the FLAC release artwork as distributed by NIN: 02-1000000.jpg is mistakenly a Photoshop source file. For this release, I have renamed it to .PSB and generated a new 02-1000000.jpg from the source (JPEG at quality...
Topics: nine inch nails, the slip, 24bit, 96khz, industrial, rock, alternative, trent reznor, electronic
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by Brian Eno, David Byrne
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These are the multitrack stems from the song "Help Me Somebody", taken from the album "My Life In The Bush of Ghosts" by Brian Eno and David Byrne. The stems were released (alongside those for " A Secret Lif e") in 2006 for the album's 25th anniversary on an interactive "forum" website bush-of-ghosts.com , now defunct. These stems are the WAV files as originally made available with no modifications. Coverage of the original release and site launch:...
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Sermons & Religious Lectures
by Nine Inch Nails, Jane's Addiction and Street Sweeper Social Club
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The NINJA 2009 Tour Sampler is a free collaborative EP by Nine Inch Nails, Jane's Addiction and Street Sweeper Social Club that was released to promote the Nine Inch Nails and Jane's Addiction 2009 NINJA tour.
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by Brian Eno, David Byrne
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These are the multitrack stems from the song "A Secret Life", taken from the album "My Life In The Bush of Ghosts" by Brian Eno and David Byrne. The stems were released (alongside those for " Help Me Somebody ") in 2006 for the album's 25th anniversary on an interactive "forum" website bush-of-ghosts.com , now defunct. These stems are the WAV files as originally made available with no modifications. Coverage of the original release and site launch:...
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This is a derivation of the Instagr/am/bient project, available at http://www.archive.org/details/Instagrambient. The only difference is I've replaced all the embedded artwork with higher-resolution copies (from the PDF file contained within). Please note that I did not upload the PDF (unchanged); see the original item for that. Original description: "25 ambient musicians created original sonic postcards in response to one anotherâs evocative instagram photos."
Topics: disquiet.com, netlabel, ambient, compilation