Ackerlight track is the most recognizable from the demos of the French cracking group "Ackerlight" with Frédéric Hahn.
It was popularized with the quite known game DX-Ball (W32), where it was used.
A russian singer, SuperAlisa ("SuperAlice"), used this tune as an instumental for her song, "EVM" ("Electronno-vychislitelnaya machina", literally "Electric Calculating Machine", word sometimes used as a synonym for "computer" in Russia) in 2004.
This song is used for the high score board.
The history of this variant is very interesting. Howard Wootan and Mike Doyle arranged this tune in MIDI format without keeping the DX-Ball in mind somewhere in the beginning of the 1990s (the original name is "Acker-gs.mid", where "gs" means Roland GS).
The authors of this game, most likely Michael P. Welch, found this tune and just converted MIDI to MDS (probably using MIDI to Stream). He even didn't change the file name of this tune - it's actually "Acker-gs.mds"!
Although the author said in ReadMe that all the music is free, he didn't obtain the rights from arrangers or the composers of this tune, making this statement very controversial. Almost the same story with Trip Through the Grand Canyon. However, exactly this variant became very popular - even more than the original Amiga version.
- youtube.com/watch?v=XuomtwwHCD4 - The original version.