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Jason Foerster

  1. Electronic
  1. collection 16
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  1. Card Game
    by glue70
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    Gutter Gutter
  2. Introspection
    by glue70
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    Claustrophobic Claustrophobic
  3. Conclusions
    by glue70
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  4. Business
    by glue70
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    Business Business
  5. Saturated Dreams
    by glue70
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    Fantasy Light Fantasy Light
  6. Points of Interest
    by glue70
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    Casin Casin
  7. Telecommunications
    by glue70
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    Crapehanger Crapehanger
  8. After School
    by glue70
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    Cry (Don't) Cry (Don't)
  9. For Emma, Forever Ago
    by Bon Iver
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    Skinny Love Skinny Love
  10. Hyperview
    by Title Fight
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    Murder Your Memory Murder Your Memory
  11. FEZ OST
    by Disasterpeace
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    Adventure Adventure
  12. Stringland
    by Locust Toybox
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    Shapeless Shapeless
  13. Downwell
    by Eirik Suhrke
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    Uroboros Uroboros
  14. Airglow Fires
    by Lone
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    Airglow Fires Airglow Fires
  15. Nothing Is Real
    by The Flashbulb
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    The Fear Of Vision The Fear Of Vision
    This arrangement of tracks feels really good as a singular album. There's a hugely nostalgic feel to certain tracks, and it gets better with each listen. There's a lot to say about each individual track, but It's harder to pick favorites. This album gives me an "American Beauty" sort of vibe- if that makes any sense. Like a really honest portrayal of how life is when things start to feel stagnant, and you have to keep reminding yourself to keep moving forward.
  16. Horrible Oracle Blessedness
    by Am-Boy
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    Moving Up In The World Moving Up In The World
    I really enjoy this album. Reminds me somehow of the soundtrack to Glover on the N64, mixed with Locust Toybox. The perfect mix of complexity and repetition make this work perfect music to listen to while being productive on your own rites. Not music to play off of bad speakers however. I also believe that the strongest tracks are towards the beginning of the album, so I do not feel that it finishes incredibly strong. Still, this is music that I find myself "craving" every once in a while. 8/10