Looking for composer of tcp01-10.xm Tequila Chipcompo 1 "Palestina"

Started by stormformer, September 09, 2021, 13:49:47

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Hi all - glad to see after many years that interest in module music is still alive and well :D

I'm on the hunt to get in touch with the composer of this old XM:


I must have downloaded this about 20 years ago as part of the musicdisk done by the Tequila group, titled chipcompo #1! ...Web searches bring up nothing. I found the Tequila group listed here on AMP as well as on a few demoscene websites - but nothing about this specific compilation. I recognise some of the old names, but the XM file in question has no author appended to it, nor are they listed in the txt file. Perhaps being a chip tune compo, not much attention was put into details and the music a bit of a throw-away?

Anyway, I would deeply appreciate any clues as to who the composer of "Palestina" is, as I'd like to get in touch with them regarding a project I'm working on.

If it would help at all I could upload the original files so people could listen?

stormformer (AKA mr_mark_dollin / mmd / Foo?)


Can't say I've heard of this particular xm, but can you upload the mods/xm' by attaching (zipped) it here in a reply. No .exe or .com files just the mods?


Thanks Axxy. I've attempted to attach the zip. Let me know if that doesn't work. Some good old tunes in this one. :)


Wow, only recognise 3 of them..

tcp01-02 by Smirk
tcp01-04 by Nagz
tcp01-15 by Timbral (on Demozoo by Timbral, and different filesize to compo entry)

My xm by Nagz has credits - 1hour tqlcompo

No idea about the rest or if any ex-members are still active.

Quick look - https://www.facebook.com/zalzachip/ no posts since 2018)  :(


Thanks again Axxy... Glad you recognised a few names there. I guess I could reach out to those names to see if they are still active. Kicking myself for not getting those details years ago.


I'm surprised that the archive is still around after 20 years. At least you have found some unknown modules and the fun can begin trying to identify them all.  :o