Doom music covers

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Many artists have covered music from Doom. Apart from single covers, there have been several "albums" and compilations of Doom music. Following is a list of some notable Doom-music related albums, covers, and remixes. This list is not necessarily complete.

Andrew Hulshult - Doom[edit]

Andrew Hulshult made a professional cover of all the songs in Doom's soundtrack. A followup for Doom II's soundtrack has been promised.

Ashley Carr - Doom and Doom II[edit]

Ashley Carr remixed all tracks from Doom and Doom II. The remixes focus on heavily synthesized sounds.

Bloodshedder - Chiptune remixes - Doom and Doom II[edit]

Bill Koch (Bloodshedder) created Chiptune-style versions of songs from Doom and Doom II.

Bloodshedder - NES remixes - Doom and Doom II[edit]

Bill Koch (Bloodshedder) created NES-style versions of tracks from Doom, and a couple from Doom II.

CoTeCiO - Doom Remakes - Doom and Doom[edit]

CoTeCiO released a complete Doom remix album, later remade it, and made another complete album of remixed Doom II tracks.

Jay Reichard - Doom, Doom II, and Final Doom[edit]

Main article: Project Doom

Jay Reichard (silentzorah) created remixes mainly using synthesized electric guitars.

Jose Beausejour - Doom[edit]

Endgame - E1M8 - E3M3 - E1M4 - E2M9 - E1M1 - E1M1 Unplugged - E2M1

Kinkiness - Doom, Doom II, Final Doom, and Heretic[edit]

Kinkiness remixed a large number of Doom and Heretic tracks. Many are ambient. A music pack for Knee-Deep in ZDoom was created from his music.

Lorcan - Final Doom[edit]

Lorcan remixed music from Final Doom (TNT: Evilution).

OverClocked ReMix - The Dark Side of Phobos - Doom[edit]

OverClocked ReMix - Delta-Q-Delta - Doom II[edit]

Main article: Delta-Q-Delta

Paul's Stuff: Doom - Doom and Doom II[edit]

Paul's music features Doom and Doom II tracks, played through external synthesizers.

Partition 36 - Doom Remastered - Doom and Doom II[edit]

Doom Remastered is a high quality music mod for ZDoom- and Doomsday-based ports, created by Alexa Jones-Gonzales (Remilia Scarlet).

Per Kristian - Doom and Doom II[edit]

Per Kristian is currently remixing tracks from Doom and Doom II.

Ransu - All games[edit]

Complete soundtracks to Doom, Doom II, Final Doom, Heretic, Hexen, Strife, and Chex Quest were remixed by Ransu. Originally intended for the Risen3D engine, they were later made for Zandronum.

Shane Strife - Doom, Doom II, Final Doom[edit]

Doom and Doom II soundtracks were recreated by Strife, with high quality synthesizers and instruments.

Sonic Clang - Classic Doom 3 Soundtrack - Doom episode 1[edit]

Sonic Clang and Thumpmonk covered the Knee-Deep in the Dead soundtrack for the Classic Doom 3 Mod.

Steve Rot - Steve Rot's Doom Tribute - Doom episode 1 and Doom II[edit]

Steve Rot created covers of music from Doom and Doom II. All Doom II tracks are covered. However, with the exception of Sweet Little Dead Bunny, only tracks from Doom episode 1: Knee-Deep in the Dead are covered.

Sycraft - Doom, Doom II, Final Doom, Heretic, Hexen[edit]

Sycraft remastered the tracks from Doom, Doom II, Final Doom, Heretic, and Hexen.

Velvetic - DOOM Remastered Vol. 1, 2, and 3 - Doom, Doom II, and Final Doom[edit]

All classic Doom tracks were recreated by Velvetic (formerly known as Kira) with high quality instruments. The first two episodes of Back to Saturn X are also covered.

Xelteckon - XTDoom Soundtrack - Doom and Doom II[edit]

There are different versions of the album: vCyAn, vCyRem, and vCyRem2. Each is an improvement of the one previously released. They contain all tracks from Doom, plus the first track from Doom II. Xelteckon gave a title to the song for E2M9 and E3M1; "That's One Doomed Space Marine", in reference to a quote by Duke Nukem.