Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake OST

by Disasterpeace

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Beast This album takes me straight back to summer nights playing Super Mario RPG on the SNES. It is charming, whimsical, full of heart and bursting with character. A fitting and very capable dedication to Koji Kondo. The sketches included in the download are an excellent bonus, too. Favorite track: Legends of the Shiversnap.
Kale Andrie
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Kale Andrie This album, I can say with confidence, is Disasterpeace's most underappreciated work. I love the introspective and calm FEZ and HLD, and the intense Level and RotOI, but many of these songs are just like riding on soft pillows below dappled green of tree leaves as light showers come down softly. For your ears. Of course, this is a ST for a mobile game, so some aren't as enjoyable, but there is gold in here. 9/10
Further song rec's: Nogport M, Island C., Sleep Tight L., Apricot A. Favorite track: Land of the Blue Muckwic.
Carolyn Michaels
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Carolyn Michaels Adorable, emotional and such lovely work/read/chill music. Favorite track: Manpeople Village.
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Mr. Wiggles 01:00
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Landlubbin' 02:03
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:D 01:46
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Yumberries 02:56
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Magma Runoff 00:42
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My Friends 00:53
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A massive collection of 90's inspired video game music for the charming cake retrieval simulator "Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake".

I'd like to dedicate this work to Koji Kondo, who is the prime inspiration for most of the arrangements on this soundtrack. I'd also like to mention my friend and colleague Eirik Suhrke, whose work has also greatly influenced the sounds on this album.

There is a wide range of music in this release; some of the ideas on display were initially conceived of as far back as 2005, and many were written on the guitar or piano. You can hear a lot of them in the included folder of sketches.

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released August 25, 2014

Music by Rich Vreeland
Environmental Sounds by Jordan Fehr
Mastered by Matt Powell
Artwork by Dom2D - dom2d.com

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