Difference between revisions of "Doom music"

From DoomWiki.org

[unchecked revision][unchecked revision]
Line 24: Line 24:
 
|[[E2M1: Deimos Anomaly (Doom)|E2M1]]||d_e2m1||I [[Chainsaw|Sawed]] The Demons||[[Wikipedia:AC/DC|AC/DC]] "[[Wikipedia:Big Gun|Big Gun]]", also comparable to [[Wikipedia:Helstar|Helstar]] "[[Wikipedia:Burning Star (album)#Track listing|Burning Star]]"
 
|[[E2M1: Deimos Anomaly (Doom)|E2M1]]||d_e2m1||I [[Chainsaw|Sawed]] The Demons||[[Wikipedia:AC/DC|AC/DC]] "[[Wikipedia:Big Gun|Big Gun]]", also comparable to [[Wikipedia:Helstar|Helstar]] "[[Wikipedia:Burning Star (album)#Track listing|Burning Star]]"
 
|-
 
|-
|[[E2M2: Containment Area (Doom)|E2M2]]||d_e2m2||The Demons From [[Adrian Carmack|Adrian]]'s Pen||Metallica "[[Wikipedia:The Call of Ktulu|The Call of Ktulu]]", [[Wikipedia:Devil_Doll_(band)|Devil Doll]] "[[Wikipedia:Eliogabalus|Mr. Doctor]]"
+
|[[E2M2: Containment Area (Doom)|E2M2]]||d_e2m2||The Demons From [[Adrian Carmack|Adrian]]'s Pen||Metallica "[[Wikipedia:The Call of Ktulu|The Call of Ktulu]]", also comparable to [[Wikipedia:Devil_Doll_(band)|Devil Doll]] "[[Wikipedia:Eliogabalus|Mr. Doctor]]"
 
|-
 
|-
 
|[[E2M3: Refinery (Doom)|E2M3]]||d_e2m3||Intermission From DOOM||Pantera "[[Wikipedia:Vulgar Display of Power#Track listing|Regular People (Conceit)]]"
 
|[[E2M3: Refinery (Doom)|E2M3]]||d_e2m3||Intermission From DOOM||Pantera "[[Wikipedia:Vulgar Display of Power#Track listing|Regular People (Conceit)]]"

Revision as of 20:38, 5 October 2009

All of Doom's music was composed by Robert Prince.

Level MIDI Name Based on or inspired by
E1M1 d_e1m1 At Doom's Gate D.R.I., King Diamond, Metallica or Slayer1
E1M2 d_e1m2 The Imp's Song Metallica "The Thing That Should Not Be"
E1M3 d_e1m3 Dark Halls -
E1M4 d_e1m4 Kitchen Ace (And Taking Names) Pantera "Rise"
E1M5 d_e1m5 Suspense -
E1M6 d_e1m6 On The Hunt Believer "Sanity Obscure"
E1M7 d_e1m7 Demons On The Prey -
E1M8 d_e1m8 Sign Of Evil -
E1M9 d_e1m9 Hiding The Secrets -
E2M1 d_e2m1 I Sawed The Demons AC/DC "Big Gun", also comparable to Helstar "Burning Star"
E2M2 d_e2m2 The Demons From Adrian's Pen Metallica "The Call of Ktulu", also comparable to Devil Doll "Mr. Doctor"
E2M3 d_e2m3 Intermission From DOOM Pantera "Regular People (Conceit)"
E2M4 d_e2m4 They're Going To Get You -
E2M5 d_e2m5 Demons On The Prey -
E2M6 d_e2m6 Sinister -
E2M7 d_e2m7 Waltz Of The Demons -
E2M8 d_e2m8 Nobody Told Me About id -
E2M9 d_e2m9 Untitled Pantera "Mouth for War"
E3M1 d_e3m1 Untitled Pantera "Mouth for War"
E3M2 d_e3m2 Donna To The Rescue Judas Priest "Leather Rebel"
E3M3 d_e3m3 Deep Into The Code Slayer "Behind the Crooked Cross"
E3M4 d_e3m4 Sign Of Evil -
E3M5 d_e3m5 Demons On The Prey -
E3M6 d_e3m6 On The Hunt Believer "Sanity Obscure"
E3M7 d_e3m7 Waltz Of The Demons -
E3M8 d_e3m8 Facing The Spider S.O.D. "Sargent D & the S.O.D.", also comparable to Slayer "Silent Scream"
E3M9 d_e3m9 Hiding The Secrets -
Title Music d_intro2 - -
Intermission Music d_inter Intermission From DOOM Pantera "Regular People (Conceit)"
Victory Music d_victor The End of DOOM -
Endgame Music d_bunny Sweet Little Dead Bunny -
  1. Exactly which Metallica song "At Doom's Gate" is based on has been disputed. Usually suggested are "Master of Puppets" and "No Remorse". It is also possible that the song is based on a sequence in "The Family Ghost" by King Diamond (the part can be heard approximately 2:15 into the song). Slayer's Behind the Crooked Cross at 1:08 is also possible. The riff, almost verbatim, is also featured in D.R.I.'s Hooked from their 1987 LP Crossover.
  2. The Doom IWAD file includes two title screen MIDI lumps, d_intro and d_introa. The latter is used when using OPL MIDI playback (ie. on an Adlib or Soundblaster card).

See also

External links