The Lost Episodes

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Doom the Way id Did: The Lost Episodes
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PortVanilla Doom
This mod received one of the 2016Cacowards on Doomworld in the Mordeth category!

Doom the Way id Did: The Lost Episodes is a 2012 megawad for The Ultimate Doom containing six new episodes totalling fifty-five levels created with maps submitted to Doom the Way id Did which did not make the final cut. Episodes 5 and 6 require either a ZDoom-based port or Eternity Engine in order to be playable. Alternatively, episode 5, except for the bonus map E5M0: Starport, is also available as a vanilla-compatible episode in a separate file, DTWID-E5.wad. As a mere curiosity, there is a third PWAD, DTWID-LX.wad, meant to be loaded after the main compilation, DTWID-LE.wad, which contains the potentially unpolished and unfinished original versions of certain maps.

Unifi default admin passwordfasrsin. In 2016 it received the Mordeth Award of the 23rd Annual Cacowards and was uploaded to idgames archive.


Episode 1: Knee-Deep in the Dead

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  • E1M1: Security Outpost by Nick Laurent (hobomaster22) and Jon Vail (40oz)
  • E1M2: Supply Station by Lorenzo Davia (Ultimate Lorenzo)
  • E1M3: Nukage Dump by Chris Pisarczyk (Mr. Chris)(secret exit to E1M9)
  • E1M4: Quarantine Zone by Lorenzo Davia (Ultimate Lorenzo)
  • E1M5: Kepler Dorsum by Gus Knezevich (Alfonzo)
  • E1M6: Pumping Station by Mithran Denizen
  • E1M7: Transfer Hub by Jon Vail (40oz)
  • E1M8: Darkside Lab by Xaser
  • E1M9: Relay Station by Michael Fraize (Marcaek)

Episode 2: The Shores of Hell

  • E2M1: Biosphere by Lorenzo Davia (Ultimate Lorenzo)
  • E2M2: Cooling Towers by Jon Vail (40oz)
  • E2M3: Infirmary by Jeff Shark (Marnetmar)
  • E2M4: Waste Treatment by Jacob Zuchowski (ellmo)
  • E2M5: Logistics Facility by Megasphere (secret exit to E2M9)
  • E2M6: Rend of Misery by Jacob Zuchowski (ellmo)
  • E2M7: Dark Passage by Chris Pisarczyk (Mr. Chris), Callum Guy Oliver (phobosdeimos1) and Jeff Shark (Marnetmar)
  • E2M8: The Gate† by Jeff Shark (Marnetmar), with post-production by Xaser
  • E2M9: Petersen Station by Walter Confalonieri (daimon)

Episode 3: Inferno

  • E3M1: Hell Breach† by Walter Confalonieri (daimon) & Michael Fraize (Marcaek)
  • E3M2: Manufactorium† by Michael Fraize (Marcaek)
  • E3M3: Necromanteion by Matthew Edwards (Foodles)
  • E3M4: Tartarus† by XenoNemesis and Xaser
  • E3M5: Purgatorio by Jon Vail (40oz)
  • E3M6: Stygian Caverns by Icytux(secret exit to E3M9)
  • E3M7: Sheol's Descent† by Sebastian Graham (General Rainbow Bacon), with post-production by Xaser
  • E3M8: Ninth Circle† by Jeff Shark (Marnetmar) (based on a map by Jeff Shark (Marnetmar) and Mr. Freeze)
  • E3M9: Weeping Hollow by Gus Knezevich (Alfonzo), Jeff Shark (Marnetmar) and Xaser

Episode 4: Thy Flesh Consumed

  • E4M1: Bridge to Nowhere by Captain Toenail and Travers Dunne (Hobbes)
  • E4M2: Demonic Halls† by C30N9, with post-production by Xaser (secret exit to E4M9)
  • E4M3: Despair by Captain Toenail
  • E4M4: Phlegethon by Captain Toenail
  • E4M5: Diabolico by Megasphere
  • E4M6: The Mourning Halls† by Jeff Shark (Marnetmar) and Gus Knezevich (Alfonzo) (based on a map by Sebastian Graham (General Rainbow Bacon))
  • E4M7: Babel's Gate† by Matthew D. (Matt534Dog), with post-production by Xaser
  • E4M8: Temple Guardian† by Taedium
  • E4M9: Bean Oversight by Michael Fraize (Marcaek)

Episode 5: Base Instinct

  • E5M1: Landing Zone by Jacob Zuchowski (ellmo) (secret exit to E5M0)
  • E5M2: Observatory by Jeff Shark (Marnetmar) and Jason Root (Hellbent)
  • E5M3: Recycling Plant† by Jeff Shark (Marnetmar), with post-production by Xaser (secret exit to E5M9)
  • E5M4: Phobos Garrison† by Jon Vail (40oz)
  • E5M5: Science Facility by Jon Vail (40oz)
  • E5M6: Disposal Area by Michael Fraize (Marcaek)
  • E5M7: Sanguine Refinery by ShadesMaster
  • E5M8: Like Rotten Meat† by Jeff Shark (Marnetmar)
  • E5M9: Wayward Outpost† by Michael Fraize (Marcaek)
  • E5M0: Starport by Jeff Shark (Marnetmar) and Xaser

Episode 6: The Final Gate

  • E6M1: Deja Vu by Jeff Shark (Marnetmar)
  • E6M2: Intrusion Zone by Lorenzo Davia (Ultimate Lorenzo)
  • E6M3: The Pain Yards by Jon Vail (40oz)
  • E6M4: Deimos Fortress by Matthew D. (Matt534Dog)
  • E6M5: Pit of Despair by Jacob Zuchowski (ellmo)
  • E6M6: Anomaly of Evil by Captain Toenail
  • E6M7: Land of Awe by C30N9
  • E6M8: Malebolge by Michael Fraize (Marcaek)
  • E6M9: Hell's Mosh Pit by Jason Root (Hellbent)

† These levels have an alternate, older version in DTWID-LX.wad

External links[edit]

  • Doom the Way id Did: The Lost Episodes at Doomworld/idgames
  • Doom the Way id Did: The Lost Episodes at the Doom Speed Demo Archive
  • Release thread on the Doomworld forums
  • Review at ONEMANDOOM: WAD Reviews
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The Lost Episodes
Compilation album by
ReleasedFebruary 27, 1996
ProducerFrank Zappa
Frank Zappa chronology
Civilization Phaze III
The Lost Episodes
Professional ratings
Review scores
The Guardian[2]
Entertainment Weekly(B+)[3]

The Lost Episodes is a 1996 posthumous album by Frank Zappa which compiles (with the exception of 'I Don't Want to Get Drafted' and 'Any Way the Wind Blows') previously unreleased material. Much of the material covered dates from early in his career, and as early as 1958, into the mid-1970s. Zappa had been working on these tracks in the years before his death in 1993.

Album content[edit]

The album is also notable for its five tracks which feature Captain Beefheart (known in early recordings by his birth name, Don Vliet, and later Don Van Vliet): 'Lost in a Whirlpool', a blues parody from around 1958–59 in which Beefheart sings of being flushed down the toilet; 'Tiger Roach', a rhythm and blues track from around three years later; 'I'm a Band Leader' from 1969, a spoken word piece written by Zappa and read by Beefheart; 'Alley Cat', a blues number in which Zappa plays guitar with two members of Beefheart's Magic Band, and 'The Grand Wazoo', a spoken word piece recorded in 1969, to which Zappa added a Synclavier track in 1992 [1]. Dan Glaister, writing in The Guardian, judged the first to be 'a passable Bessie Smith cover', adding, 'while 'Alley Cat' could be a missing track from Clear Spot.'

Elsewhere on the disc are included a number of alternate, earlier versions of compositions which were later released on Zappa's studio albums. The Lost Episodes' version of 'Any Way the Wind Blows', for instance, was recorded in Cucamonga in around 1963—three years before its appearance on Freak Out! (1966). And the version of 'Fountain of Love' here was recorded around the same time, but not released until Cruising with Ruben & the Jets (1968). Several outtakes include the original versions of: 'Inca Roads' and 'RDNZL', along with a version of Wino Man featuring Ricky Lancelotti on lead vocals. The final track is the original version of Sharleena from the aborted 2nd Hot Rats LP recordings in 1970; featuring Sugarcane Harris on lead vocal.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written, composed and arranged by Frank Zappa except where noted.

1.'The Blackouts'0:22
2.'Lost in a Whirlpool' (Don Van Vliet, Zappa)2:46
3.'Ronnie Sings?'1:05
4.'Kenny's Booger Story'0:33
5.'Ronnie's Booger Story'1:16
6.'Mount St. Mary's Concert Excerpt'2:28
7.'Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance'3:51
8.'Tiger Roach' (Van Vliet, Zappa)2:20
9.'Run Home Slow Theme'1:25
10.'Fountain of Love' (Zappa, Ray Collins)2:08
11.'Run Home Cues, #2'0:28
12.'Any Way the Wind Blows'2:14
13.'Run Home Cues, #3'0:11
15.'The Dick Kunc Story'0:46
16.'Wedding Dress Song' (Trad., arr. Zappa)1:14
17.'Handsome Cabin Boy' (Trad., arr. Zappa)1:21
18.'Cops & Buns'2:36
19.'The Big Squeeze'0:43
20.'I'm a Band Leader'1:14
21.'Alley Cat' (Van Vliet, Zappa)2:47
22.'The Grand Wazoo'2:12
23.'Wonderful Wino' (Zappa, Jeff Simmons)2:47
24.'Kung Fu'1:06
26.'Basement Music #1'3:46
27.'Inca Roads'3:42
28.'Lil' Clanton Shuffle'4:47
29.'I Don't Wanna Get Drafted'3:24


  • Frank Zappa – synthesizer, guitar, percussion, piano, celeste, drums, bass guitar, kazoo, vocals, background vocals, synclavier
  • Dale Bozzio – vocals
  • Terry Bozzio – vocals
  • Captain Beefheart (Don Van Vliet) – vocals
  • Ray Collins – vocals
  • Ricky Lancelotti – vocals
  • Ray White – vocals
  • Kenny Williams – vocals
  • Ronnie Williams – vocals
  • Ronny Williams – vocals
  • Ike Willis – vocals
  • Elliot Ingber – slide guitar
  • Elwood Madeo, Jr. – guitar
  • Bobby Zappa – guitar, rhythm guitar
  • George Duke – keyboards
  • Tommy Mars – keyboards, vocals
  • Don Preston – keyboards
  • Danny Helferin – piano
  • Terry Wimberly – piano
  • Arthur Barrow – bass, bass guitar
  • Max Bennett – bass, bass guitar
  • Erroneous (aka Alex Dmochowski) – bass, bass guitar
  • Roy Estrada – bass, bass guitar
  • Tom Fowler – bass guitar
  • Jimmy Carl Black – drums
  • Vinnie Colaiuta – drums
  • Aynsley Dunbar – drums
  • John French – drums
  • John Guerin – drums
  • Ralph Humphrey – drums
  • Chester Thompson – drums
  • Tony Rodriguez – alto sax
  • Chuck Foster – trumpet
  • Sal Marquez – trumpet
  • Bruce Fowler – trombone
  • Don 'Sugarcane' Harris – violin, vocals, electric violin
  • Jean-Luc Ponty – violin
  • Art Tripp – marimba, background vocals, vibraphone
  • Ian Underwood – percussion, keyboards, saxophone, woodwind, fender rhodes
  • Ruth Underwood – percussion


  • Frank Zappa – arranger, producer, engineer
  • Paul Buff – engineer
  • Gary Kellgren – engineer
  • Kerry McNabb – engineer
  • Bob Stone – engineer, remixing
  • Spencer Chrislu – remixing
  • Gábor Csupó – artwork
  • Steven Jurgensmeyer – design
  • Hal Wilson – photography
  • Rip Rense – liner notes


  1. ^Unterberger, R. 'Lost Episodes - Frank Zappa AllMusic'. Retrieved 22 July 2011.
  2. ^Glaister, D. 'The Captain Beefheart Radar Station - The Lost Episodes'. Retrieved 22 July 2011.
  3. ^Woodard, Josef (8 March 1996). 'The Lost Episodes Review Music Reviews and News'. Retrieved 17 June 2013.

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