Doom II: Delta-Q-Delta — An OverClocked ReMix Album

August 9, 2008 at 12:24 PM (Doom) (, , , )

"This should be played at a high volume, preferably in a residential area."

Delta-Q-Delta

Saw on Doomworld last night that OverClocked ReMix has released a free album, called Doom II: Delta-Q-Delta.  This contains 14 music tracks (13 tracks plus one bonus track), which are all remixes of songs from the Doom II soundtrack.  It’s a follow-up to the 2005 album, Doom: The Dark Side of Phobos, which was a 2 CD album with remixes of songs from the Ultimate Doom soundtrack.

These albums can be downloaded from the respective websites.  Delta-Q-Delta can be downloaded as individual MP3s, or you can get it through BitTorrent — the torrent release is 805 MB in size and contains the tracks in MP3 as well as FLAC format.  As is the case with their earlier album and with recent album releases by Nine Inch Nails, they’ve thrown in a few extras as well — including album art and a desktop wallpaper at different resolutions.  I downloaded it through the torrent, but skipped the FLAC tracks.

I’m listening to the tracks now, all good stuff.  I guess one can usually depend on these remixers to deliver quality stuff — I’ve been keeping track of OCRemix releases more or less from 2001 I think, and have enjoyed listening to their takes on music from Doom, Doom II, Final Doom, Duke Nukem 3-D and a few other games.  Hence, if you have some time and bandwidth to spare, put this torrent for download and enjoy.

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