|The Imp's Song
The Imp's Song is a track from the Doom series.
It is named after one of the more common enemies in the game, the imp.
Bobby Prince used Sequencer Plus Gold to compose the song. Listeners compare it to Metallica's The Thing That Should Not Be.
In the DOS version of Doom, "The Imp's Song" is heard on E1M2: Nuclear Plant.
The song's internal name is "D_E1M2".
The Jaguar version of Doom no longer features music during gameplay, but after the player finishes a level, one of the selected track will play in the intermission screen. In the case of this song, The Imp's Song is heard after the player completes MAP01: Hangar, MAP11: Refinery or MAP21: Mt. Erebus.
"The Imp's Song" plays on MAP02: Plant and MAP11: Refinery (instead of Intermission From DOOM) in this version.
The Imp's Song is output to the S-SMP and plays on E1M2: Nuclear Plant. It also plays at the startup when you see Williams Entertainment logo but only for seven seconds.
The 3DO version features this on MAP02: Plant and MAP13: Command Center (instead of Demons On the Prey).
The Imp's Song reappears in The Plutonia Experiment portion of Final Doom where it is played on MAP01: Congo. It features instruments slightly different from original Doom to play on Gravis UltraSound and Sound Blaster cards.
The song's internal name is "D_RUNNIN".
"The Imp's Song" plays on E1M1: Hangar (instead of At Doom's Gate, unlike the other ports).