Stop the Missile

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Stop the Missile
Composer Harumi Fujita
Released 1987-03-??
Title Origin Game Location
Loops Yes

Stop the Missile is a song from the Bionic Commando series originally composed by Harumi Fujita. It was first featured in the Bionic Commando arcade game and was rearranged for other releases. The title comes from the sign at the beginning of stage 5 in the arcade version of the game.

Games

Bionic Commando (ARC)

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Bionic Commando (ARC)
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Arranger Harumi Fujita
Released 1987-03-??
Length 1:51
Format UNK

Stop the Missile was originally composed by Harumi Fujita. The song plays in stage 5: Stop the Missile.

This song was included on the Legend of Game Music: Premium Box album. It's track 54 on disc 3, and it has the title "Top Secret".

The track plays on a YM2151 sound chip and is song number 0x0B in the game's 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 0:57.68
Format SNDH

Stop the Missile plays in the fourth and fifth stages in the ZX Spectrum port. The game probably didn't have enough space to fit Control Room. This song is track 5 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 0:52
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, Stop the Missile is played in the fifth and last stage of the game. The song is track 9 in the SID file.

Bionic Commando (ZXS)

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Bionic Commando (ZXS)
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Arranger Tim Follin
Released 1988-??-??
Length 0:57.44
Format AY

Stop the Missile plays in the fourth and fifth stages in the ZX Spectrum 3 port. The game probably didn't have enough space to fit Control Room. Despite the lower quality of the AY-3-8912 audio chip, Tim Follin made a pretty decent arrangement of the song. The song is track 4 in the AY file.

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