Perversely all tracks here are cover versions. By virtue of the dark sorcerous arts of programming in assembler code these otherwise otherwise innocous pieces of music have metamorphosed into something uncanny and unnerving.
The Stranglers "A Midnight Summer Dream" played by a melancholic android harpsicord atomaton. The D&D medieval fantasy imagery of Spellbinders endless twisted, turning corridors - each rendered in wonderful 1-bit colour, summons Dungeonsynth vibes.
Franco-electronica band Space's 1977 chart hit Magic Fly rendered on a Texas Instruments SN76489 sound chip by Byte the Apple is a cold, downbeat piece of atmospheric electonica, evoking vast cavernous tracts of frostbitten wilderness and melancholic tortured birdsong.
Yorkshires finest synthpop duo Fiat Lux scraped into the top-40 in 1983 with thier track Secrets. Byte the Apples cover version ventures into melodious spheres not usually associated with Dungeonsynth, but creates an atmosphere of ghostly spirits crying in grey stone graveyards, pining for their lost souls. There's some grim bass sounds lurking in the sinister depths.
Update: Youtube Playlist Crypt of the Dungeonsynth