8-bit Version of the Theme to Dallas by Peachy

Peachy might be having internet issues, but that does not stop him from making wonderful 8-bit music. This week he sent over an 8-bit version of the theme to the hit tv show Dallas. I know we have plenty of Dallas fans out there, so enjoy.

8-bit Dallas Theme Song by Peachy


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2 thoughts on “8-bit Version of the Theme to Dallas by Peachy

  1. Atari Adventure Square says:

    Huzzah for Peachy’s 8-bitted retro themes!
    Y’know, it’s especially fun to hear familiar tunes this way cuz then one can imagine the accompanying gameplay for consoles of yonder.

    And the imaginary games are bug-free, I tells ya.
    Especially if someone blows in my ear to get the dust out, first.

    Now I wanna know, who shot Peachy’s Internet?

  2. I agree with you 100%, Atari! As soon as I hear Peachy’s music I start to get the itch to imagine how that game would have worked.

    For Dallas? I bet you would have played J.R. and had to catch falling money bags or something.

    Maybe someone didn’t shoot Peachy’s internet…maybe it had something to do with that Digger Barnes? ;)

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