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Posted: Oct. 06 2001, 10:31

this track named berlin 2000...i haven't got a chance to play that MVR, but i've heard the short music clips from the website and berlin 2000 and there's something...is there some connection between these...

just dumb me

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Posted: Jan. 29 2002, 17:14

yes i noticed that too.....there was a part in the realvideo presentation with that tune in it.....at least it sounds the same....

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Posted: April 08 2002, 12:57

What was the graphics in the MVR video that matched the tune?

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Posted: April 11 2002, 09:22

There is a section in MVR with horses running across a desert where Mike uses an extract from the Berlin 2000 track.

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Posted: April 27 2002, 23:58

yea i tihnk its when the announcer is saying somethn like "...encounter and apocalypse that is not..."

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Posted: Jan. 27 2004, 05:44

This song is in fact called "Art in heaven"...
I think you mean the one which ends with "Ode to joy"...

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