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Composer Brad Fuller
Released 1987-03-??
Title Origin Official
Loops Yes

Bradinsky is a song from Atari's arcade version of Tetris. The song is named after its composer, Brad Fuller.

The song's official title comes from the NES version's music selection screen, and has also been verified by its composer Brad Fuller.


Tetris: Atari (ARC)

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Tetris: Atari (ARC)
Output - SSG.svg
Tetris Atari - ARC - Bradinsky.png
Arranger Brad Fuller
Released 1988-??-??
Length 2:28
BPM 168
Format VGM

Brad wrote the music in Music-V Language in RPM.

Tetris: Tengen (NES)

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Tetris: Tengen (NES)
Output - NES.svg
Tetris Tengen - NES - 2 Players.png
Arranger Brad Fuller
Released 1989-05-??
Length 2:29
BPM 166
Format NSF

The NES version is the superior sounding version, as the triangle channel adds a better bass, and the noise channel is used to add a snare drum track.

Brad wrote the music the exact same way as the arcade version, but through the NES version of RPM.