|Date:||September 8, 2003 / year-entry #50|
|Summary:||Doo, dudududingggggg.... ding.... ding... ding... In an interview with Joel Selvin at the San Francisco Chronicle, Brian Eno explains. Q: How did you come to compose "The Microsoft Sound"? A: The idea came up at the time when I was completely bereft of ideas. I'd been working on my own music for a while and...|
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For some reason, everybody wanted to know the artist from the Good Times video. Nobody was interested in the artists who did any of the other stuff. (Okay, probably nobody asked about Weezer because, well, that's the group right there in the filename.)
Hint: Right-click and select Properties. That will tell you the artist.
Oh, and the question nobody asked but I'm going to answer it anyway: The composer of the Windows 95 Easter Egg theme is Brian Orr. Here's his story of how it came to be.
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