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The real world is '80s inspired chiptunes, apparently

6:00 PM on 12.30.2013 // Darren Nakamura
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WillRock eats the red mushrooms

I have been a part of the "real world" for a few years now, and I can say from experience that it certainly is not as glamorous as William "WillRock" Harby's new album Welcome to the Real World. We have previously seen a snippet of Harby's work as a contributor for and compiler of 9-bit Blitzkrieg, but this one is all his.

It is described as an '80s inspired nostalgia trip, and it incorporates elements of progressive rock, chiptunes, and a bit of cheesy vocals on one track. The final track can be downloaded for free, while the rest of the album sells for £3, or about $5. Of course, the entire album can be streamed using the widget below.




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