Running From Evil

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Running From Evil
Composer Bobby Prince
Released 1994-10-10
Title Origin Official

Running From Evil is a song from Doom II: Hell On Earth (DOS). The song has a nice fast pace to it to get the player into the game. The song starts off with a bass riff, with organs accompanying the bass and drums soon after. The song then repeats, but on its second loop, there is a guitar solo that consists of mostly eighth notes.).

The song was composed by Bobby Prince using Sequencer Plus Gold.

Composition

The main part of the song starts out in the key of E, and the chord progression goes as follows: Em C C♯° Em7(omit5) C Em. The key then shifts back to A, then back to E. Then it goes to these chords twice with slight variations at the end of each one: Gm D D° C. Then the song goes back to the E minor part before resetting for the guitar solo.

Games

Doom II: Hell On Earth (DOS)

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Doom II: Hell On Earth (DOS)
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Arranger Bobby Prince
Released 1994-10-10
Length 3:59
Format MUS
Loops Yes

Running From Evil plays on two levels; Level 1: Entryway, and the fifteenth level, Level 15: Industrial Zone, the only level in the game that gives the player access to the two secret levels of the game.

The game's internal files are D_RUNNIN.MUS (used by Level 1) and D_RUNNI2.MUS (used by Level 15).

Doom II: Hell On Earth (GBA)

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Doom II: Hell On Earth (GBA)
Arranger Unknown
Released 2002-10-23
Format UNK
Loops Yes

Running From Evil, in the Doom II for Game Boy Advance, exists but loses the guitar solo after the mentioned loop.

It plays in the same levels, Level 1: Entryway and both parts of Level 15: Industrial Zone.

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