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4.8 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

kohlmannj ,

Vibrant signs of life beyond chiptune

Jimmy Hinson's original album "Impostor Nostalgia" starts off with the catchy chiptuned anthem "Chips Ahoy Mateys". At first I thought it was all going to be low-res synths, but after asking Hinson, he himself said "it pushes that boundary". I kept listening, and he's not kidding. There are some truly great tracks that start off in the same way—a simple 8-bit anthem that swells into a lively and energetic soundscape. There are also some great collaborations here—if you like Zircon's work, or if you just love catchy, soulful and old-school video game music, hit this album hard. Been listening for the last few days, and it only gets better.

LordTepes ,

Awesome Video Game-esque Album

I accidentally stumbled across this album by typing in Flashygoodness (he was the composer for Tower of Heaven OST). I can say without a doubt that this album is truly amazing. I know hardly anybody will find this composer, but if you do please listen to all of the songs. I have listened to all of them and everyone of the songs are different in everyway, but the same, as well, as it sounds like every song belongs in an old school SNES game. If you like video game music like I do then I'm sure that you will love this album all the same, too!

Slimebro ,

Best

Best music ever!!!!

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