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I thought a trio of themed threads about other entertainment media might be good. If you're not interested, please just ignore the thread and pick some threads that interest you from here:

Anyway, discuss music...
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Nope, I'll check that, thanks for the heads-up. BTW, I've just learned about The Fragile: Deviations 1 that was released last year. I need to buy that. 
Distance 2017 
I put my track from jam9 up on YT here if you'd like to listen to it. The mp3 is linked in the description or you can grab it from the pack in the music folder (track128). This track goes way back to 1999. Made with Sony Acid and using all samples. This is a longer version with much more texture to it and mixed for Quake. Headphones recommended. If anyone wants a uncompressed or FLAC version I am happy to give you those. Just need to render them out. Enjoy. I consider it "dark ambient" and inspired by a few of the less melodic tracks in Quake. 
yes, pls make/post HD/flac version, thanks 
Will do this evening and post a link here. 
Yeah, I'll Just Listen To The .mp3 
I managed to circumvent my current lack of internet and DL'ed the jam via my phone. But a FLAC would be nice, yes. 
Black Metal Black-metal Extreme Metal Metal Hardcore Noise Screamo Un

Saw them live yesterday, pretty good. 
Other Good Bands From Yesterday 
Dunkirk Score By Hans Zimmer Is Really Intense 
I'm thinking of buying the score...
Anyways this is the 'most ambient' track one could use to play in the background of Quake... 
The Internet Archive Has Put Up 25,000 78rpm Records 
That's amazing. I would have sponsored that project if I had know. So cool. 
Gosh that would take a lifetime to listen to.

I clicked on Chop Suey Mambo expecting some System of a Down :D

They all look so lovely and retro too.

Imagine in 500 years how much music will be available to those generations, they just won't know what to listen to, plus music will probably be rubbish then. They won't know to go back to the classic era of musical instruments because it's better than computer generated beats and autotunes of 2517. 
@Jaromir83 @Mugwump 
I forgot to make a FLAC of my Jam9 music entitled Distance2017

Here's the download link.

Thanks David! 
Figured you had and was thinking about sending you a reminder mail. 
"Two Buckets Of Chicken And A Drive To The Liquor Store."

RIP Gord Downie, lead singer/writer of The Tragically Hip, Canada's greatest rock band. The rest of you guys might not find that all that impressive as we are a sparsely populated and snowy colony of Britain (lol, sorry, of America), but a lot of us canucks really appreciated all the dorky, laid back, blazed-up songs those guys wrote about Canada. Brain cancer will fuck you up, but at least he had time to reflect on how full a life he'd lived.

"When the Nazis find the whole place dark, I think God's left the museum for good." 
TRAR - Vietnam War OST 
tracks 8+9+10
work well as a Quake1 soundtrack imho

has Not Anymore song been already played live during concert by NIN? 
Hello World Of Quake! Here Is Some Overcooked Dark Mush... 
Nine Inch Nails's original and melancholic take on music is hard to duplicate.
But here is something that I have found...

Post-industrial, dark and at times depressive music, but inspirational as hell itself.
1. Reaps; NiN and Depeche Mode remixer, who encapsulates cinematic and exciting mood.

2. Time To Meet The Devil; seems like Iceland's bare, cold landscape is being a great influence for artist's hard, brutal and ruthless take on computer music.

3. Mindless Faith; a band with potential sounding vocal work, what reminds me Mad Max, lonely warrior in the middle of dystopian future, which is not far from theming of Quake, I think.

4. Camilo Chacon; dark ambience with industrial take, and melancholic, an apocalyptic as well as suspenful playlist, which could be great soundtrack for any kind of horrific or otherwise dark media. 
@qekko Maybe This? 
The Body 
Got This In The Mail Today 
eah I've had that album for a while too, good stuff, was happy to hear Layne Staley once again when I found 
@megaman Woah! Cool! 
I don't know if it could get any rawer than these. Sunn was maybe too much black metal for my taste, but The Body I liked.
It reminded me one of favourite artist's, Mike Patton's work. But I can see they are making something special, like a fusion between stoner rock, doom metal and little bit avant-garde in the mix.
I haven't listened to music earnestly in a while, so this should go to my "meditating playlist". Someone would say it's "satanitating"... No, I am not satanist or something like that XD. Just making dry humor here :D. 
That's some gloomy ambient. Booklet looks like Necronomicon easy-to-read edition for kids XD. Cool cover with ancient-looking pictures and old handwriting inside. Why did they make reading so hard in the past? Though it makes some cool design. 
Goosebumps Every Time 
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