Difference between revisions of "Okinoww!a"

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{{Infobox Song
 
{{Infobox Song
| Title      = Okinoww!a
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| Title      = Okinoww!a
| Listen      = 01 - Shadow Warrior - DOS - Okinoww!a.ogg
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| Recording  = {{Recording|Roland|01 - Shadow Warrior - DOS - Okinoww!a.ogg}}
| Composer    = [[Lee Jackson]]
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| Image      = Shadow Warrior - DOS - Title.png
| Arranger    = [[Lee Jackson]]
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| Composer    = {{Composer|Lee Jackson}}
| Released    = 1997-08-25
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| Arranger    = {{Arranger|Lee Jackson}}
| Length      = 1:14
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| Released    = 1997-08-25
| Format      = MIDI
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| Length      = 1:14
| Game        = Shadow Warrior (DOS)
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| Format      = MIDI
| TitleOrigin = Game Location
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| Game        = Shadow Warrior (DOS)
| Loops      = Yes
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| TitleOrigin = Game Location
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| Loops      = Yes
 
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The title is a play on words, both on the name of the Japanese [[wikipedia:Okinawa Prefecture|Prefecture of Okinawa]] and on another song by the composer - one of his first - titled [[Oww!]], used in [[Rise of the Triad: Dark War (DOS)|Rise of the Triad]].
 
The title is a play on words, both on the name of the Japanese [[wikipedia:Okinawa Prefecture|Prefecture of Okinawa]] and on another song by the composer - one of his first - titled [[Oww!]], used in [[Rise of the Triad: Dark War (DOS)|Rise of the Triad]].
  
{{SongScreenshot|Shadow Warrior - DOS - Title.png|left}}
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==Links==

Latest revision as of 12:50, 9 July 2018

Okinoww!a
Output - Roland.svg
Shadow Warrior - DOS - Title.png
Composer Lee Jackson
Arranger Lee Jackson
Released 1997-08-25
Length 1:14
Format MIDI.png
Game Shadow Warrior (DOS)
Title Origin Game Location
Loops Yes

This song is the theme music for Shadow Warrior and plays on the title screen and main menu only.

The title is a play on words, both on the name of the Japanese Prefecture of Okinawa and on another song by the composer - one of his first - titled Oww!, used in Rise of the Triad.

Links