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Spacious Anxious sounds like Metroid boss music


5:00 AM on 07.29.2013
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Musician sleepytimejesse has graced the Dtoid front page before. Last year, he directed I Miss You - EarthBound 2012, in which various artists used the sound library from EarthBound to produce an entirely new score. He later directed Make Music, Throw Music, the same concept but using Yoshi's Island audio instead

Spacious Anxious is his latest solo venture. It's an original 10-track space trek that samples sounds from multiple games spanning the SNES through GameCube, including Super Metroid, EarthBound, Ocarina of Time, Super Mario 64, Kirby 64, Glover, and others. And yeah, it sounds totally like variations on Super Metroid boss battle themes. Fine by me!

You can score the album from Bandcamp for only $4. Cough it up if you wanna!

Spacious Anxious [Bandcamp]






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