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I'm into a lot of Witchhouse and alt-pop/alt stuff. Post-Rock as well.  But I've been jamming a lot to Ugliarchy's BABYTALK a lot during work hours.

 

BABYTALK

 

"My first track on my new experimental gothic music bandcamp. Decided on the name Ugliarchy as it seemed fitting. I recommend headphones but it starts slow and quiet but gets loud so be careful"

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My computer fans. (have to make sure it stays quiet since the new 5700 XT has a bit loud of a fan)

bi ti ʤi ˈbulzaɪ

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They call me Snake. They call me Es Rake. They call me Srahkay. That's nahmaname. That's nahmaname. That's not my... name.

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Pretty much the whole F-Zero GX soundtrack with the exception of the character profile tracks.

 

 

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https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqWbjZ_t9qDlY08FPwztA2wXoil0mzusM

 

Joel Nielsen is truly a genius. His Black Mesa soundtrack never left my playlist for seven years (ever since it was released), and now he somehow managed to upstage himself.

Edited by ScumCoder
Wrong link (see edit history)

Come the full moon, the bat flies whose boiling blood shall stem the tide.

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