Retro Computer Music: A Tribute to Jochen Hippel

A Tribute to Jochel Hippel (taken from
A Tribute to Jochen Hippel (taken from

Hi everyone,

Today I’ve got some news concerning old-school computer music to share with you. It turns out that a tribute to the legendary computer-musician Jochen Hippel has been released. It’s an album that contains ten .MP3 remixes of his most popular songs. It’s worth mentioning that this project was made with the consent of Jochen Hippel himself. The guys behind the album are Amok, CZ-Tunes, Dr. Future, Eiz and Mitch van Hayden.

If you are not familiar with Jochen Hippel, please have a look at the video below. ๐Ÿ™‚

The album can be downloaded for free, just follow the link below:

Here’s an overview of the different tracks:

  1. Jochen Hippel – Amberstar [Title Theme] (CZ-Tunes Remix)
  2. Jochen Hippel – Wings of Death [Level 01] (Dr.Future Remix)
  3. Jochen Hippel – Mindbomb (Eiz Remix)
  4. Jochen Hippel – Many sheep in outer Mongolia (Mitch van Hayden Remix)
  5. Jochen Hippel – A Prehistoric Tale [Game Over] (CZ-Tunes Remix)
  6. Jochen Hippel – Chambers of Shaolin (Amok Remix)
  7. Jochen Hippel – Wings of Death [Level 2] (Dr.Future Remix)
  8. Jochen Hippel – Feed me Max [The hidden Track] (Eiz Remix)
  9. Jochen Hippel – Amberstar [#11 – Ode to Schnism] (Mitch van Hayden Remix)
  10. Jochen Hippel – Wings of Death [Title Theme] (CZ-Tunes Remix Re-Edit 2011)

I’m downloading the album right now. Are you going to do the same? ๐Ÿ™‚

Have a nice weekend folks and happy gaming!


  1. Excellent, very grateful.

    I am always nice to hear retro-bit music, especially Commodore and Amiga.

    I would greatly appreciate if you can tell from these gems more often.


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