End of Stage - Bionic Commando

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End of Stage
Composer Harumi Fujita
Released 1987-03-??
Title Origin Game Location
Loops No
This page is for the Bionic Commando song, for more titles see End of Stage.

End of Stage is a fanfare from the Bionic Commando series. The song fanfare was composed by Harumi Fujita and was first featured in the original Bionic Commando arcade release, though it appears in several other releases.

Games

Bionic Commando (ARC)

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Bionic Commando (ARC)
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Bionic Commando - ARC - End of Stage.png
Arranger Harumi Fujita
Released 1987-03-??
Length 0:09
Format UNK

The End of Stage fanfare plays when you reach the end of the first four stages. This is the original version of the song as composed by Harumi Fujita.

The song plays on a YM2151 sound chip and is song number 0x09 in the sound test.

Bionic Commando (AST)

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Bionic Commando (AST)
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Arranger Tim Follin
Programmer Mike Follin
Released 1988-??-??
Length 0:07.20
Format SNDH

Like the arcade original song, End of Stage plays when you successfully make it to the end of a stage. This song is track 6 in the SNDH file and plays on the YM2149 chip.

Bionic Commando PAL (C64)

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Bionic Commando PAL (C64)
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Arranger Tim Follin
Released 1988-??-??
Length 0:07
Format SID

Bionic Commando had two different ports for the Commodore 64, one for North American, which did not feature this song, and the PAL version for Europe which did. Like the arcade game, End of Stage is played at the end of the first four stages. The song is track 2 in the SID file.

Bionic Commando (ZXS)

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Bionic Commando (ZXS)
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Arranger Tim Follin
Released 1988-??-??
Length 0:07.16
Format AY

Like the arcade game, End of Stage plays when you finish a stage. It was arranged by Tim Follin to play on an AY-3-8912 audio chip. The song is track 5 in the AY file.

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