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m=1000 - Millennium Tribute by Blithely Menace (2000)

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m=1000 - Millennium Tribute by Blithely Menace (2000)

An amazing and beautiful collection of fan made, Millennium inspired music tracks originally released for free download in 2000. Blithely Menace, creator of each and every one of these brilliant and creative sound collages, originally posted all thirteen of the pieces over a period of time on the Foundry's web page. They originally remained online for a limited period of time. With the exception of World Serpent, they were removed back in 2001.

01. The Midnight of The Century (part 1)

02. Frankly Speaking

03. One of Us

04. Dark Knights

05. Crusaders

06. Revelations

07. World Serpent

08. Jerusalem

09. Fire Brothers

10. Inside My Head

11. The Midnight of The Century (part 2)

Track 0 and 12 were Millennium's opening and closing themes, since available as commercially purchasable music on the Millennium soundtracks, these have not been included here for legal reasons.




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I simply love listening to the Midnight of the Century Parts 1 & 2 from Blithely Menace's m=2000 musical project, especially at Christmas! The sounds are incredibly well conceived and really add to what is one of my most favourite of Millennium's pieces ever. Simply stunning, an absolute must to listen to whilst you surf TIWWA or the internet this Christmas which is why its set as our new Featured Download!

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Thanks for sharing the Blithely Menace and Monk and Void albums. I've listen to both many nights while working and they are really terrific tracks in the their own right and add a surprisingly fresh, yet faithful take on the original material. Incredible stuff...

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I have edited this download because I noticed that people were only downloading the first file. Our Download Manager now allows multiple linked files, so hopefully people won't miss out on the whole soundtrack. Plus they are now the original MP3's and no longer require unzipping.

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