Fred Gray (composer)

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Fred Gray (left) and Reyn Ouwehand (right) performing at Back in Time Live 2008.

Fred Gray is a composer of video game music. Among his works on Commodore 64 are Shadowfire, Mutants, Madballs and Enigma Force.[1] On the Amiga he made the music for games such as Black Lamp, Eco, Stargoose and Victory Road.[2]

Gray was an employee of Imagine software, and went freelance after the company went out of business.[3] Much of his work appeared in games published by Ocean. He also received commissions from Denton Designs.[4]

In 2001 Gray said he was no longer working in the computer games industry, and was teaching adults how to use computers in Liverpool.[5]


  1. ^ An Interview with Fred Gray
  2. ^ ExoticA: Fred Gray (composer)
  3. ^ "An Interview with Fred Gray". 15 December 2020.
  4. ^ "Fred Gray on C64 Music • Page 2". Eurogamer. 6 March 2008.
  5. ^ "An Interview with Fred Gray". 15 December 2020.

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