I doubt there was much of any demand for an fan arrangement album covering relatively obscure Genesis game Dynamite Headdy, but I'm not complaining! Certainly, this is one of the most surprising bits of news I've heard all week.
The 26-track album, appropriately entitled Secret Bonus Point, covers a wide range of styles, from sweeping orchestral and shamisen to chiptune and metalcore. Plus, it's free, so there's no risk in giving it a download and sampling it for yourself.
Even if you don't like the album, at least rest in the knowledge that somewhere, someone decided that a friggin' Dynamite Headdy arrangement album would be a thing that had to happen. That's fine by me!
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