Donna to the Rescue

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Donna to the Rescue
Composer Bobby Prince
Released 1993-12-10
Title Origin Official
Loops Yes

Donna to the Rescue is the song that was composed by Bobby Prince for Doom games. The name in the title, Donna, is a reference to Donna Jackson, who was the office manager of id Software at the time of Doom's development.

Bobby Prince used Sequencer Plus Gold to compose this track. This track appears on the Doom Music album as the last track under number 19.

Games

Doom (DOS)

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Doom (DOS)
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Doom - DOS - E3M2.png
Arranger Bobby Prince
Released 1993-12-10
Length 1:56
Format MUS
Loops Yes

Donna to the Rescue is played in E3M2: Slough of Despair (on the screenshot) and E4M2: Perfect Hatred (if you have Ultimate Doom expansion).

Its internal name is "D_E3M2". This track is not included in the shareware version of the game.

Doom (JAG)

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Doom (JAG)
Arranger Unknown
Released 1994-11-01
Length ?:??
Loops Yes


Doom (SNES)

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Doom (SNES)
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Arranger Paul Webb
Released 1996-02-29
Length 2:00
Format SNSF
Loops Yes

Donna to the Rescue was arranged by Paul Webb to play on SNES' S-SMP chip. The song plays in E3M2: Slough of Despair and does loop.

The song can be sometimes glitchy when too many objects appear on the scene leading into improper track loop or some instruments not being properly played.

Doom (3DO)

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Doom (3DO)
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Arranger Bryan Celand, Randy Scott
Released 1996-04-26
Length 1:54
Format AIFF
Loops Yes


Doom (GBA)

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Doom (GBA)
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Arranger Unknown
Released 2001-09-26
Format UNK
Loops Yes


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