Demons On the Prey

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Demons On the Prey
Composer Bobby Prince
Released 1993-12-10
Title Origin Official

Demons On the Prey begins with an eerie sound, and crescendos into a monotonous, yet sinister, drum beat. This track appears on the Doom Music album.

Bobby Prince used Sequencer Plus Gold to compose all of the music in Doom.

Games

Doom (DOS)

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Doom (DOS)
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Arranger Bobby Prince
Released 1993-12-10
Length 2:29
Format MUS
Loops Yes

The song is played in E1M7: Computer Station, E2M5: Command Center, E3M5: Unholy Cathedral, and E4M8: Unto the Cruel (if you have Ultimate Doom). The song exists three times in the Doom.wad under the names "D_E1M7", "D_E2M5", and "D_E3M5".

Doom (32X)

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Doom (32X)
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Arranger Brian Coburn
Released 1994-11-21
Length 2:33
Format UNK
Loops Yes


Doom (SNES)

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Doom (SNES)
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Arranger Paul Webb
Released 1995-09-01
Length 2:27
Format SPC
Loops Yes

Demons On the Prey is output to S-SMP and plays on E1M6: Computer Station (in the DOS version, it was the seventh level). The song does loop.

Notes: the levels E2M5: Command Center and E3M5: Unholy Cathedral were removed from the Super Nintendo version. Therefore, Demons On the Prey plays only in one level.

Doom (3DO)

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Doom (3DO)
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Arranger Bryan Celand, Randy Scott
Released 1996-04-26
Length 2:27
Format AIFF
Loops Yes


Doom (GBA)

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Doom (GBA)
Arranger Unknown
Released 2001-10-26
Format UNK
Loops Yes


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