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We Are Error by Year 200x
- Product Dimensions : 5.5 x 5.5 x 0.25 inches; 2.5 Ounces
- Manufacturer : CD Baby
- Original Release Date : 2008
- Run time : 45 minutes
- Date First Available : September 13, 2008
- Label : CD Baby
- ASIN : B001FZ0CEI
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,542,394 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
- Customer Reviews:
5 out of 5
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Reviewed in the United States on May 31, 2013
Mix the sounds of rock and hard rock of Metallica and Boston mix in 8 Bit music gaming goodness, crank it up, and just add some amazing rock guitar and you have the ultimate rock/gaming album. If I could complain at ALL about this album (which is really hard to do...) I wish some of the shorter tracks were longer and the longer pieces a tad shorter... The first time you listen to their music can make any one over 35 nearly weep for joy. It's that good. The Mega Man titles are spot on. The build up/intro to Ducktales: The Moon will have you wanting to dust off your ye ol 8 Bit NES. Contra is wonderful but just seems to go on forever, but still great. Ninja Gaiden II actually compliments very well with Dr Wily & the Robot Master's arrangement to the first Ninja Gaiden NES game. The highlight of the entire album has to be Zelda II medley, BUT the dungeon music and some of the end music from the first Zelda in mix in there also. The piece starts out with the opening of Link as the sword appears to scroll from the bottom of the screen. The dungeon music comes in and they play with it a bit, all the while sounding as if this piece nearly wrote itself. They bring it down a bit in the middle with a little acoustical build up using the end them from Legend of Zelda, but the climax is from the final dungeon from Link with the 16th notes in perfect counterpoint to the 8th note triplets. If this doesn't bring you to near tears in your first listen... then you'll need to go back and play through the entire Zelda games and be pelted by the 8 bits sounds for hours on hours and then come back and listen to this album. It is THAT good. Now if they can get permission (or not) and come back with some Sega tunes for a much anticipated 2nd Volume and call it Year 20XX... and jam to some Afterburner, Lunar, Monster Boy, Revenge of Bari Arm, Sonic, Quartet, and maybe Sword of Vermillion, and possibly some Zillion should be a no-brainer. I've been spreading the word about this group... keep up the great work!
Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2013
Consistent quality, style, and theme throughout. I'm not sure if I'm supposed to admit this or not, but I was deeply moved by the arrangements of the NES-era Mega Man and Ducktales songs.
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