No, but you can find it on the Internet Archive
. (This should be legal, since these were originally freely distributed by the authors and still require the main IWAD files to run.)
It's just a shovelware collection of levels downloaded from the internet (or some 1994 equivalent of it). A lot of these are broken - clearly id did little to no testing of these files, they just grabbed as much as they could and slapped it on a disc. There's no quality standard, and you're honestly much better off checking out the modern modding scene if you want to play some new levels. This stuff is only of interest to Doom archaeologists.
aaah right! i figured after a bit of research that the levels probs wouldnt be in this release (apparently some levels contain copyrighted material??). ive had experience looking through a bunch of other shovelware collections like d!zone and such so I know what im in for aha. just curious to see what this one beholds, thanks v much for the link!~ <3