Wikipedia is always wrong... isnt it?

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Wikipedia is always wrong... isnt it?

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Wikipedia has Tim Wright down for music credits in TKGS

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_Wright_%28musician%29

AFAIK Tim didn't do anything for the Amiga version of TKGS, they were done by Ray "FullFX" Norrish.

Could he have done the music for a port to another platform or the SFX?

Or is it just another case of bad Wikipedia?

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User manual text for AtariST and Amiga;
-Credtis-
Music and Sound Effects by Ray Norrish.
But it seems Tim Wright have also made some tracks for this game!?
The ingame credits are different.
"Music and Sound Effects RAY NORRISH TIM WRIGHT"

mod.t.g. loader (Tim & Ray)

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You live and learn. Maybe UnExotica needs updating.

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Ey up!

It's weird that Tim doesn't host any of this soundtrack on his website.

Hmmm...
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I cant seem to find anything on his website except SOTB2

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