|Intermission From DOOM
Intermission From DOOM is the song from Doom composed by Bobby Prince. Listeners compare it to Pantera's Regular People (Conceit).
Bobby Prince used Sequencer Plus Gold to compose this track. This track appears on the Doom Music album as track three.
Intermission From DOOM is played between each level as the intermission music but also in the level E2M3: Refinery if you have registered your Doom.
Within the DOOM.WAD file, the song is contained in the "D_INTER" and "D_E2M3" lumps (the latter lump is used for the level and only for the registered version of Doom).
Intermission From DOOM song plays when you finish the level.
Most of the listeners consider the Doom soundtrack arrangement on the 32X port the worst one.
Intermission From DOOM is a song that plays after you have completed a level and does it play when you complete an episode (therefore, compensating the lacking of The End of DOOM tune). It is output to S-SMP.
DOOM RPG (J2ME)
An arrangement of Intermission From DOOM in DOOM RPG plays when you advance to the next experience level (not stage or floor).
The song is contained in a file with MIDI format and is played at different sounding depending on device that runs the game.