Rocket

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  1. Yes that a big job of manually updating or moving each song to get the proper order. This is why I've also requested before that the OCRID should be written in the track number. I love programs that have standard structure and that we are able to play with the backend
  2. Thanks you Aubrey, this is what I was looking for Well it is just simple: I'have a program to catalog all ocremix mp3 (and other songs) called "Mediamonkey". It is a very usefull interface, with an access back end database. I want to put the OCRemix ID in the track number, so that I have the exact order in which the songs where released, and I can burn cds from the first mix to the last mix. It is also very usefull to search back a remix on the web site. So I'm loading this in the database, and updating the track number with the OCR number, with the help of the xml file.
  3. Hi, I'm looking for some files about the 1001-1500 distribution. The old distribution got files like _003_files.xml and _003_readme.txt The XML file got all the OCR###### id and I need this information for the new torrent. The old backend site of OCRemix was also giving this information, but it is gone. Where can I get a list of files with their OCR ID? Thanks!!
  4. Hi, I was surfing the web when I saw this picture... maybe it can fit on a cdcover or something.. It looks like it came from Doom... http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/14659224/ TheRocket
  5. Random ideas: The Dark Side Of (The) Doom (maybe too easy , with mars instead of a moon) Doomed Forever Doom it my way Doom in coop (coolest way to play doom ) I agree for this one.... TheRocket
  6. This is the best remix ever! It is in the top 1 You will easily recognise the original song / instruments of dk2, but greatly enhanced! I'm always jumping to this song in my winamp playlist, and i listen it twice because it is so good! It seems like it can be the Nintendo orchestrated version of the original song! Protricity, you're on the road of perfection! Continue to create such good remixes of Dk2 and of all others DK games! Sorry for my bad english