Difference between revisions of "March Of The Mods"

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Latest revision as of 08:16, 9 May 2019

March Of The Mods
Composer Joe Loss Orchestra
Released 1964-??-??
Title Origin Official

March of The Mods is quite popular popular music created in 1964.

Games

The DOS, GB and ZXS ports of "Lemmings" lack this song.

Lemmings (AMI)

Platform - AMI.png
Lemmings (AMI)
Output - Paula.svg
Arranger Brian Johnston, Tim Wright
Released 1991-02-14
Format SJS


Lemmings (NES)

Platform - NES.png
Lemmings (NES)
Output - NES.svg
Arranger Unknown
Released 1992-11-??
Format NSF


Lemmings (GEN)

Platform - GEN.png
Lemmings (GEN)
Output - OPN2.svg
Arranger Hirohiko Takayama
Released 1992-11-??
Format VGM


Lemmings (LYNX)

Platform - LYNX.png
Lemmings (LYNX)
Output - POKEY.svg
Arranger Brian Johnston, Tim Wright
Released 1993-??-??
Format UNK


Stuck in Castle Nessenstein (NES)

Platform - NES.png
Stuck in Castle Nessenstein (NES)
Output - NES.svg
Stuck in Castle Nessenstein - NES - Title.png
Arranger Micol972
Released 2005-??-??
Format NSF

March Of The Mods is a theme for the title screen in Stuck in Castle Nessenstein (NES).

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