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Duke Nukem: Music to Score By Enhanced

3.9 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Duke Nukem Theme - Megadeth
  2. Cinnamon Girl (Extended Depression Mix) - Type O Negative
  3. What U See Is What U Get - Xzibit
  4. Blisters - Coal Chamber
  5. Bitch - Sevendust
  6. Song 10 - Zebrahead
  7. The Thing I Hate - Stabbing Westward
  8. It's Yourz - Wu-Tang Clan
  9. Screaming From The Sky - Slayer
  10. New World Order - Megadeth
  11. Stone Crazy - The Beatnuts
  12. Land Of The Free Disease - C.O.C.


Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 24, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Red Int / Red Ink
  • ASIN: B00000JPAV
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #292,679 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
This album marks the begining of a new genre of music: Video Game soundtracks. Many people do not realize the hard work and talent that can go into producing a video game score. This Album is a fine example of quality music that can be found in a video game. I would like to specificaly say the work by Megadeth is excellent. It was also a treat to see that Megadeth's previously unreleased song, "New World Order," was included on this cd. Many fans of the band will be pleased. THe work by slayer on this album is also commendable. The mix of rap and rock combine to form a pleasurable mix of listening, day or night. I found the best track to be the Duke Nukem theme song, because it broughtback found memories of playing the original game. Hearing the theme in all it's glory performed by a proffesional band makes all the difference then listening to a midi card play it. I recommend it to all fans of the Duke Nukem game.
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This "Enhanced" CD arrived in great shape and played fine on my hi-fi rig. But the late 90's Enhanced portion of this CD made it a real pain to rip for storage on my media server. I eventually got it done, but not without a bit of head scratchin'. Filled a hole in my Megadeth collection and some of the other songs are excellent also. Thumbs up!
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..........track 3 (What U See Is What U Get by Xzibit) is the "censored" version of the song. I put that in quotes because although all the bad words are bleeped out, at the end of the song he yells out "mother f***er" totally uncensored. What the hell was the point of censoring the other parts of the song when that part is allowed to be played? I was pissed that I got the censored version so that was insult to injury. The other rap songs on the album are uncensored, so I don't know wtf they were thinking with this. Well enough with the rap, the rock music here is what I enjoy most. I was pleasantly surprised by track 2 (Cinnamon Girl by Type O Negative) because the version on this CD (called "Extended Depression Mix") is way better than the version I had on my computer which I assume was the original. I didn't know I was getting this version but I'm glad I did. I can only give this album 4 stars because of my issue with track 3, but it's still worth buying if you enjoy listening to these artists.
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By A Customer on October 26, 1999
Format: Audio CD
After having played the game, I drooled at the mention of a Duke Nukem Soundtrack. Megadeth, Sevendust, Stabbing Westward, and Slayer should be commended on their contributions to this cd. While a good contribution to the cd, I feel that the space devoted to rap would have been better spent on more metal, or some alternative or punk, all of which being heavy and/or up-tempo. Overall, this disk is a good buy.
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