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{{Infobox Song
 
{{Infobox Song
| Title     = OK, We'll Move
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| Title       = OK, We'll Move
| Composer   = [[Junko Tamiya]]
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| Composer   = {{Composer|Junko Tamiya}}
| Arranger  = [[Unknown]]
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| Released   = 1988-07-20
| Released   = 1988/07/20
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| TitleOrigin = Official
| Length    = 0:13
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| Loops      = Yes
| Format    = NSF
 
| Game01    = [[Bionic Commando (NES)]]
 
 
}}
 
}}
  
While you're on the over world map, you will hear the '''''OK, We'll Move''''' track. The tune is short and repetitive, but is only heard for a few seconds at a time. This song is included on the [[Bionic_Commando:_The_8-bit_Soundtrack|soundtrack album]], and was named by [[Simon Vicklund]], obviously after the message you receive when moving around. The tune was remixed for [[Bionic Commando: Rearmed (W32)]].
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While you're on the over world map, you will hear the '''''OK, We'll Move''''' track. The tune is short and repetitive, but is only heard for a few seconds at a time. This song is included on the [[Bionic Commando: The 8-bit Soundtrack|soundtrack album]]. It was named by the album's designer, [[Simon Wiklund]], obviously after the message you receive when moving around.
  
[[File:Bionic Commando - NES - OK, We'll Move.png]]
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==Games==
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===Bionic Commando (NES)===
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{{Infobox SubSong
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| Platform  = NES
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| Game      = Bionic Commando (NES)
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| Recording  = {{Recording|NES|03 - Bionic Commando - NES - OK, We'll Move.ogg}}
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| Image      = Bionic Commando - NES - OK, We'll Move.png
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| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Junko Tamiya}}
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| Programmer = [[Yoshihiro Sakaguchi]]
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| Released  = 1988-07-20
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| Length    = 0:13
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| Format    = [[NSF]]
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}}
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This is the original version of the song, it is track 5 in the NSF file.
  
 
In the 8-bit soundtrack liner notes, Jeffery King writes:
 
In the 8-bit soundtrack liner notes, Jeffery King writes:
{{Quote|
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{{Quote |
 
This short loop features a quick-temp melody that descends slowly. The eerie bass jumps around as well, adding to the frantic pace. This song is ingrained into my head from hours deciding which area to TRANSFER to before DESCENDing... and then not having enough power.
 
This short loop features a quick-temp melody that descends slowly. The eerie bass jumps around as well, adding to the frantic pace. This song is ingrained into my head from hours deciding which area to TRANSFER to before DESCENDing... and then not having enough power.
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===Bionic Commando: Rearmed (W32)===
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{{Infobox SubSong
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| Platform  = W32
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| Game      = Bionic Commando: Rearmed (W32)
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| Recording  =
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| Image      =
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| Arranger  = {{Arranger|Simon Wiklund}}
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| Released  = 2008-08-13
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| Length    =
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| Format    = [[UNK]]
 
}}
 
}}
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The song was completely remixed for Rearmed.<br clear="all" />
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==Links==

Latest revision as of 16:53, 16 February 2017

OK, We'll Move
Composer Junko Tamiya
Released 1988-07-20
Title Origin Official
Loops Yes

While you're on the over world map, you will hear the OK, We'll Move track. The tune is short and repetitive, but is only heard for a few seconds at a time. This song is included on the soundtrack album. It was named by the album's designer, Simon Wiklund, obviously after the message you receive when moving around.

Games

Bionic Commando (NES)

Platform - NES.png
Bionic Commando (NES)
Output - NES.svg
Bionic Commando - NES - OK, We'll Move.png
Arranger Junko Tamiya
Programmer Yoshihiro Sakaguchi
Released 1988-07-20
Length 0:13
Format NSF

This is the original version of the song, it is track 5 in the NSF file.

In the 8-bit soundtrack liner notes, Jeffery King writes:

This short loop features a quick-temp melody that descends slowly. The eerie bass jumps around as well, adding to the frantic pace. This song is ingrained into my head from hours deciding which area to TRANSFER to before DESCENDing... and then not having enough power.


Bionic Commando: Rearmed (W32)

Platform - W32.png
Bionic Commando: Rearmed (W32)
Arranger Simon Wiklund
Released 2008-08-13
Format UNK

The song was completely remixed for Rearmed.

Links