Deorbit (B​-​Sides)

by Disasterpeace

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Charles Hancock
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Charles Hancock God this is so great. Favorite track: Death Satellite Evasion (bonus).
Alucard3598
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Alucard3598 The official B-Sides to Rise of the Obsidian Interstellar. Tracks that were eventually dropped from the original album appear here, as well as some other tracks. If you liked Rise of the Obsidian Interstellar, you will probably like this as well. Favorite track: The Sun and the Moon.
Jean-Paul DuQuette
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Jean-Paul DuQuette Back when I was consuming anything and everything that was chiptune, Disasterpeace was the one artist that really stood out for me. Although the (self-imposed) limitations of the sonic palette here might be a bit grating for the uninitiated, these relatively early tracks are still worth picking up. Favorite track: Polis.
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Cerator/Mischa It reminds me of some old Genesis tracks... Favorite track: Polis.
Anthony Armetta
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Anthony Armetta I have to admit, I didn't like this album much the first time I listened to it, but the characteristic style of this album is impossible to ignore.

The complex time signatures and polyrhythms are now quite recognizable as signature Disasterpeace. Favorite track: Fashionable Alchemy (dpRMX).
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    Centuries before the Obsidian Fleet emerges from the deepest pockets of space, humanity remains planetbound, challenged by its own stubborn empiricism, but ever dreaming towards the greater fold.
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Deorbit is a collection of songs written between 2006 and 2009. "Sober Colony", "The Sun and the Moon", and "The Solar Prime Elite" were all originally slated for Rise of the Obsidian Interstellar, but for the sake of keeping the length of the album manageable, and difficulties with updating their sound, I chose to keep them off. "The Great Oulu Fire of 2082" and "Malbone Street Wreck" were both written as part of a "30 songs in 30 days" contest in 2009, and Polis was also originally planned for Rise of the Obsidian Interstellar, but those plans also fell through.

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released December 2, 2011

"Fashionable Alchemy" based on a song by little-scale of the same name.

Artwork by Enso, with color adjustments by yours truly.

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