In the fall of 2011, a young beatsmith known as Shag produced Flyrule, which sampled the iconic tracks of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and mixed them up for your head-nodding pleasure. Simple yet sweet, Flyrule struck a chord with listeners. Now Shag is back to up the ante with the music of Majora's Mask!
Flyrule: A Terrible Fate is a fresh ten-track instrumental album in honor of the secret best Zelda game around. The original Flyrule was great, no doubt about it, but this new production is so much cleaner and more refined. From "Song of Healing" to "Oath of Order," you'll find yourself slipping into a state of absolute calm, letting the beats wash over you like chubby rain.
And with an open price tag, I expect all of you to drop big bucks 'cause you're so damn generous.
Flyrule: A Terrible Fate [Bandcamp]
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