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disasterPEACE: Atebite and the Warring Nations


9:47 PM on 11.12.2006
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Somewhere between electronica and great 8-bit soundtracks lies disasterPEACE, an experimental arrangement band possesed by the haunting sounds of gameboy sound cards and everything good that came out of Kurzweil in the 80's. Their latest album is called Atebite and the Warring Nations which features cover graphics with NES sprites, such as the Zelda II: The Adventure of Link as shown above. Their other active projects are also worth investigating -- check them out on MySpace Music and send them your greenbacks for the album, also available on iTunes. You can also hear the entire album before you buy it: just use the little player below. This should hold you over until Britney releases her upcoming "Wow I'm a single and slutty again!" fecal pop regurgitation.

 

 






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