Let's Go!

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Let's Go!
Composer Brian Johnston, Tim Wright
Released 1991-02-14
Title Origin Game Location
Loops No

Let's Go! is a quick sound effect that plays at the beginning of each stage in Lemmings. It was first heard in the Amiga version where it was a digital recording of someone's voice, increased in tempo to raise its pitch (think Alvin and the Chipmunks). However, since the game was ported to numerous devices incapable of playing digital audio, it was played as an instrumental two-note sound effect attempting to match the spoken words. It is unknown whose voice was used for the recording.

Games

Lemmings (AMI)

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Lemmings (AMI)
Output - Paula.svg
Arranger Brian Johnston, Tim Wright
Released 1991-02-14
Length 0:01.42
Format SJS
Loops No

The original Amiga version of this tune is a digital recording of someone saying the phrase "Let's Go!".

Lemmings (DOS)

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Lemmings (DOS)
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Lemmings - DOS - Let's Go!.png
Arranger Tony Williams
Released 1991-05-??
Length 0:01.68
Format UNK
Loops No

The game's music arranger, Tony Williams no doubt made the two note equivalent of the "Let's Go!" interjection. It is played at the start of each new stage.

Lemmings (ARCH)

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Lemmings (ARCH)
Arranger Unknown
Released 1991-??-??
Format UNK


Lemmings & Oh No! More Lemmings (PS1)

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Lemmings & Oh No! More Lemmings (PS1)
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Arranger Unknown
Released 1992-??-??
Format UNK
Loops No

In the PlayStation version, Let's Go! is a lower-pitched digital recording of someone's voice.

Lemmings (W16)

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Lemmings (W16)
Output - PCM.svg
Arranger Unknown
Released 1994-??-??
Length 0:0.89
Format WAV
Loops No

Practically the same as the Amiga version with a digital recording of someone saying the phrase "Let's Go!", but in lower pitch.

Lemmings (A2GS)

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Lemmings (A2GS)
Arranger Unknown
Released 199?-??-??
Format UNK


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