Limeade Grin

by Disasterpeace

supported by
Alucard3598
Alucard3598 thumbnail
Alucard3598 Soundtrack for a mobile game that was never used. Despite the tracks being designed to be looped, the loops are mediocre, so I have more enjoyment listening to the album as a whole linearly.
D. Andruik
D. Andruik thumbnail
D. Andruik I absolutely love this album. The songs are so distinct and yet there is amazing cohesion. If nothing else this is definitely the best 1$ album anyone could buy, even after a year I still have many of the songs in heavy circulation. Favorite track: Niece Twin.
Syncospace
Syncospace thumbnail
Syncospace Not being such a enormous fan of chiptunes, this was a somewhat hard record for me to get into. I absolutely adore the FEZ ost, so I felt like giving more of his work a try. I ended loving it in the end. Very upbeat, creative songs with extremely catchy parts. Not for everyone, but certainly worth a try. Favorite track: Three Tent Heir.
Holden Madagame
Holden Madagame thumbnail
Holden Madagame I love Disasterpeace's soundtracks, but it's great to hear a truly seamless album, with a lot of heart into it. Lots of contrast too.
Michael Chadwick
Michael Chadwick thumbnail
Michael Chadwick This album immediately gives me a nostalgia rush as it reminds me of all the General MIDI tracks I made in my teenager-hood...except these are all better. Favorite track: One Hot Genie.
Alex Xander Jacobs
Alex Xander Jacobs thumbnail
Alex Xander Jacobs Disasterpeace makes war on politely "nice" music. His music is genious.
more...
/
  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

      $1 USD  or more

     

1.
01:24
2.
01:12
3.
4.
5.
6.
00:56
7.
00:52
8.
01:20
9.
01:17
10.
00:56
11.
12.
00:52
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

about

All of the titles associated with this album are anagrams, can you figure them all out?

PLEASE REMIX THIS MATERIAL! I've included all of the original MIDI files for your perusal/pleasure. If you do remix something, don't forget to show me!

This is a gapless album, best listened to in a music player with gapless playback (like iTunes), or as lossless files.

These songs were written for a cell phone game in 2007. The game was released without any music, leaving 16 perfectly good loops out to dry.

credits

released October 14, 2007

Music Written and Produced (if you can call it that) by Rich Vreeland
Artwork by Rich Vreeland and Hiswa (fuj1.deviantart.com)

license

all rights reserved

tags

about

Disasterpeace Los Angeles, California

contact / help

Contact Disasterpeace

Streaming and
Download help

Shipping and returns

Redeem code