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  • Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions: A Tribute to Millennium by Monk and Void   By The Old Man

    Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions: A Tribute to Millennium by Monk and Void This remarkable fan-created CD features the score by Mark Snow, popular songs from the series, original music, and glossy cover/insert art. Tracks include: I. Pilot (The Frenchman) II. MillenniuM 3. Luminary Four. Paper Dove V. LEGION 6. Prophets (19:19) VII. Dancing Barefoot VIII. Through a Glass Darkly IX. Omerta ten. ZERO ZERO XI. Ascension Download includes each of the 11 tracks and the separate artwork/extras file.
  • Millennium Gadgets Pack (for Rainmeter & Windows)   By The Old Man

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    Millennium Gadgets Pack (for Rainmeter & Windows) This download has been updated and now contains a suite or pack of Millennium-style gadgets replacing (but still including just the initial Frank Black Countdown in the first version). Pack includes 5 Millennium inspired gadgets, some with variants. Frank Black Countdown 2.0 Halloween 'Spooky' Frank Black Countdown 2.0 (new) Halloween Pumpkin Countdown 2.0 (new) with 2 selectable variations, animated with flickering candle and standard non-animated version. Lucy Butler Countdown 2.0 (new) Ouroborous Countdown 2.0 (new) with 3 selectable variations including standard gold Ouroborous, an animated rotating Ouroborous and the popular Owls version of the Ouroborous. 
    Description: The Countdown gadgets are an updated version of our previous gadgets which you can now install on later versions of Windows, including Windows 7, 8x, 10 if you have Rainmeter installed.
    The gadgets feature images inspired by Millennium, a Welcome Message from the Millennium Group, your name (optional) and the number of days remaining (you can edit the countdown) inspired by Chris Carter's Millennium television series.
    By default, when first installed each gadget displays the message "Welcome Frank", but the gadget can be easily configured to display any name and count down to any specific time and date you prefer. Features Our interactive desktop Countdown gadgets in the pack feature images from Millennium television series, the default gadget is of Millennium Group profiler Frank Black. Easy to personalise - simply click on the Welcome message or countdown to easily configure to display your own name (max 16 letters) and count down to any specific time and date you prefer. Days Remaining Countdown - Upon first install, displays the current number of days remaining in Millennium-inspired style until next New Year's Day (currently 1st January 2018) or Halloween. Easily customisable countdown date (see below); no longer any need to open and edit the settings files! Simply click on what you want to personalise! TIWWA Site Link - Clicking the image on the gadget triggers the booming Millennium drum sound and takes you to straight to our Millennium community forums (TIWWA) via your current default internet browser. The gadget will remember your customised settings (name, target date) whenever you restart your computer (if you have the default setting enabled in Rainmeter to load Rainmeter when you start Windows). Drag and drop to anywhere on your desktop. Rainmeter will remember where you left the gadget and it will appear in the same place when you restart Windows.   Requirements Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows 8, Windows 10 or later. Rainmeter, the best known and most popular desktop customization program for Windows. It enhances your Windows computer with 'skins'; handy, compact applets that float freely on your desktop.
    Rainmeter uses very little CPU and RAM resources, has a tiny space footprint, and will run perfectly well on any hardware.
    Rainmeter is free and open source. Please download and install the Rainmeter is available from https://www.rainmeter.net/ What is Rainmeter? Our gadgets have been redesigned to use Rainmeter. As you may know, Microsoft ended support for gadget some years ago. Rainmeter instead provides an alternative, free, solid and stable platform to display gadgets and widgets known as 'Rainmeter skins' on later versions of Windows. Rainmeter has nothing specifically to do with rain or the weather, although you can get some very nice weather-related gadgets for Rainmeter! There are thousands and thousands of skins available for Rainmeter, crafted by a large and ever-growing community of Rainmeter users.
    As with anything from the internet, care should be taken when downloading any files, always read the feedback and comments and have up to date antivirus software installed as a precaution. For more hints and guidance on using the gadgets, how to display more than or choose different styles on some gadgets, please see this pinned topic:- How to install First, ensure you have the free Rainmeter software installed first and running on your computer. You can download it for free from https://www.rainmeter.net/ When first installed, Rainmeter shows you a welcome message skin, which is part of the illustro range of demo/pre-supplied skins (gadgets) which you can also enable and use.
    You can disable any you don't like by right-clicking on them and selecting Unload, or you can mange your skins and groups of skins via the Manager. Right-click on the Rainmeter taskbar icon for more options. Download and install our Millennium gadget and it should open in Rainmeter. How to configure You can drag and drop the gadget to any are of any monitor you have. You can change the name shown from Frank to your own, simply click on the "Welcome Frank" message and follow the instructions. You can change the countdown's target date by clicking on the current countdown message and following the instructions to enter a new future date. The gadget will ask you for the year, month, day, hour and minute
    eg. For midnight on 18th March, 2019, enter  19, followed by 03, followed by 18, followed by 00, followed by 00. The gadget refreshes after a few seconds with the new setting. MILLENNIUM and all related characters are © Copyright Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc and its related entities. All Rights Reserved.  
  • Collection of Millennium Group Vocal Id's   By The Old Man

    A collection of updated recordings of the various Millennium Group computer vocal pass phrases or ID's, spoken by Millennium Group members. For convenience, the zipped file archive contains both MP3 (192kbs) and .wav versions of each sound file. Includes: Lara Means - "Open the pod bay doors please Hal." Version 1 - From the episode Goodbye Charlie. Version 2 - From the episode Owls. Peter Watts - "My god, it's full of stars." From the episode Goodbye To All That. Frank Black - "Soylent Green is people." Version 1 - From the episode The Beginning and the End. Version 2 - From the episode Beware of the Dog. Version 3 - From the episode The Fourth Horseman. Version 4 - From the episode Luminary. Version 5 - From the episode Luminary. Version 6 - From the episode Roosters. Version 7 - From the episode Sense and Antisense. The Old Man - "The Time is Near." From the episode The Time is Now.
  • m=1000 - Millennium Tribute by Blithely Menace (2000)   By The Old Man

    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.