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Rola (8132) on 3/1/2012 2:51 AM · Permalink · Report

I was washing dishes when I've suddenly noticed there's a march playing on TV and it... sounds familiar. To my surprise I recognized the tune from Historyline! Eine kleine surprise!

Now, it's not that bit of Radetzky March from the intro. I'm talking about the one played during the game - fast forward to 2:30

Please help, I'm after listening to three dozen German/Austrian military marches on youtube and I still can't find it :D

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Somebody bring me Sisko! (8) on 3/1/2012 4:39 PM · Permalink · Report

Just page Oleg, he's the mob's expert on Donauwaltzers.

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Unicorn Lynx (180537) on 3/2/2012 8:20 AM · Permalink · Report

...maybe so, but YouTube is still blocked in China :(

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Rola (8132) on 3/2/2012 9:24 AM · Permalink · Report

Darn, and I couldn't find any extracted MIDIs... can I send you an MP3 file?

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Unicorn Lynx (180537) on 3/2/2012 9:36 AM · Permalink · Report

Sure, but I can't guarantee I will recognize it :)

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Pseudo_Intellectual (64949) on 3/2/2012 4:44 PM · Permalink · Report

Is zamzar.com available in China? Then you just paste the blocked YT URL in, and it e-mails you a link to the soundtrack in mp3 format.

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Unicorn Lynx (180537) on 3/2/2012 4:48 PM · Permalink · Report

That one is blocked too.

All international video websites, all fire-sharing websites, most international social websites (such as Facebook), a lot of other seemingly random websites - all those are blocked in China.

In addition, Google works very bad, occasionally getting blocked.

Strangely, very often searching for anything with the word "freedom" in it results in the site in question going offline for several minutes. I'm not joking. I can't search for any game with this word in the title on MobyGames, for example.

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Rola (8132) on 3/2/2012 6:15 PM · Permalink · Report

I knew it's bad, but that last example surprised me a bit...

Reminds me of that joke about student's library which would censorship searches for "Essex", "Middlesex" and so on because they contain sex! ;)

That file is 400kB (I can try to reduce it), so I could send it via email?

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Unicorn Lynx (180537) on 3/2/2012 6:23 PM · Permalink · Report