Steve Rot's Doom Tribute is a tribute to the entire soundtracks of Doom 2 and Knee-Deep in the Dead, the first episode of Doom. The soundtracks were originally composed by Robert Prince in 1993 and 1994.
The collection was released on August 5, 2010 and is distributed as a suite containing two volumes:
- Hell On Earth: Steve Rot's Doom 2 Tribute; and
- Phobos Anomaly: Steve Rot's Doom Tribute
It is available for free download on the project's official Myspace.
The project's goal was to remain faithful to the original soundtracks but feature additional composition and original performances by solo artist, audio engineer, and producer Steve Rot.
Phobos Anomaly: Steve Rot's Doom Tribute
|3||E1M2 Nuclear Plant||2:40|
|4||E1M3 Toxin Refinery||4:30|
|5||E1M4 Command Control||2:50|
|6||E1M5 Phobos Lab||2:55|
|7||E1M6 Central Processing||1:24|
|8||E1M7 Computer Station||2:31|
|9||E1M8 Phobos Anomaly||2:45|
|10||E1M9 Military Base||2:17|
|12||Bunny (End Game)||1:18|
Hell On Earth: Steve Rot's Doom 2 Tribute
|1||Doom 2 Title||0:21|
- Steve Rot – recording, mixing, mastering, additional composition, original performance
- A portfolio of musical works and credits on Rot's website lists an unreleased Wolfenstein 3D tribute.
- Map30, the cover of Robert Prince's song designated for Map30: Icon Of Sin in Doom 2, features a sample of John Romero's easter egg of a recording in which he says, "To win the game, you must kill me, John Romero". Near the end of the song, samples of the Icon of Sin dying and exploding are used (DSBOSDTH and DSBAREXP).
- Phobos Anomaly: Steve Rot's Doom Tribute, a tribute to the music of Knee-Deep in the Dead, includes a song called Bunny (End Game) which was originally included in the end of Inferno, the third episode of Doom and not Knee-Deep in the Dead.
- Rot has indicated that he is a long-time Doom fan, and has a song on his album Volume 1: See You In Hell called Doom.
- Delta-Q-Delta, OCRemix Doom II remix collaboration
- The Dark Side of Phobos, OCRemix Doom remix collaboration