Nobody Told Me About id
Nobody Told Me About id is the song from Doom composed by Bobby Prince. The song is apparently play-on-words: the name, id, references the company which developed Doom, id Software, and the phrase "Nobody told me about it".
Bobby Prince used Sequencer Plus Gold to compose this track.
The song starts out with tricking its listeners into thinking the song is a 12/8 ballad. However, the notes playing are just triplets. The song later goes to a straight beat. The chord structures are Am Dm (on A) G#+, then Cm Fm (on C) B+.
The song has a similar style to a song Prince had previously written for Wolfenstein 3D, Hitler Waltz. Unfortunately, that song was not used, and later used in Spear of Destiny during the Copy Protection screen.
Nobody Told Me About id is the music for the toughest boss fight in all of Doom, E2M8: Tower of Babel. This is the music you hear while the huge cyberdemon is raining rockets down on you.
Its internal name is "D_E2M8". This track is not included in the shareware version of the game.
Blake Stone: Planet Strike (DOS)
This version of the song arranges the intro so it sounds like a straight beat, as opposed to the ballad sound of the original.
Nobody Told Me About id is the music for the E2M5: Tower of Babel level and is output to S-SMP chip.
Final Doom: The Plutonia Experiment (DOS)