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Where can I find Uplink music and the extra songs?

Posted on 2009-07-10
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I like the game uplink and its music, when I search for it I found this: http://uplink.crazie.co.uk/uplinkmusic.zip
It used to have the music plus three or four extra song in it. but, as you can see, this link does not work anymore. I found this site but it only has the five song but no extras: http://www.macgamer.net/games/uplink/music/index.html
Worst, the sound format can not be read because it is in AAC format.
where can I find these music files? I'm tired of futilly looking for it.
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These are the same 5 tracks in their original format:
http://members.lycos.nl/uplink/downloads/music/
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I don't want them in the origional format, unless... Do you know how to format it to mp3 format?
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WinAmp will play .s3m, .it, mod, etc
and SUPER should be able to convert them to .mp3
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