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Song Title


    The Lawnmower Man - Main Theme

    SMW Music → The Lawnmower Man - Main Theme

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    Submission Details

    Name: The Lawnmower Man - Main Theme
    Author: Samantha
    Insert Size: 0x058A bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: Many
    Source: Port
    Duration: 3:01
    Featured: Yes
    Description: The song most famously known from "A2MT - B-Side." Now you can use this banger in your hacks without the need for MSU-1!

    This was made using spc2mml. Is most fitting for castles or final stages. Shoutout to Blind Devil for help with the weird SFX.
    Preview: Play SPC
    Tags: abstract castle final industrial tense
    Comments: 6 (jump to comments)
    5.0 (2 ratings)
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    Comments (6)

     Koopster Link
    Oh you, always fulfilling my hacker dreams
    Pinci Link
    This port broke some sound effects really badly, next time test your ports in-game accordingly. The arpeggio command prevented some sound effects from doing pitch bends but this was easily fixable by moving it to another channel.
    Zavok Link
    HammerBrother Link
    Also good for abstract levels, the use of male choirs fits the mood. Situations like if you've just landed on a new planet in the wilderness.
     Samantha Author Link
    Originally posted by Pitchin Luigi
    Isn't that weird that this one wasnt ported until 5 years later?

    No MIDI exists of this song and no one had faith in spc2mml as a tool. I made this in like two days on and off, it was much more simple than I anticipated it would be.
    Pitchin' Luigi Link
    I know this is a well done port. But i have to get out of the hands.

    Isn't that weird that this one wasnt ported until 5 years later?