This is Aperson1’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Simi Valley, California
  2. Soundtrack
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  1. Cookie Clicker
    by C418
    C418 no
  2. Excursions
    by C418
  3. Excursions
    by C418
  4. RED
    by Solar Fields
  5. GREEN
    by Solar Fields
  6. Ourdom
    by Solar Fields
    The Daylight Carrier The Daylight Carrier
    This is one of those albums that really grows on you... give it a listen, give it a couple, give it ten. Before you know it, you're loving every single song.
  7. Leaving Home
    by Solar Fields
    Insum Insum
  8. Qualia
    by George Buzinkai
    Something about this place Something about this place
  9. 2 years of failure
    by C418
    185_pre 185_pre
  10. Dief
    by C418
    Match Cut Match Cut
    The moments of great homework-doing ambience let the more upbeat tracks stand out that much more. This is definitely one of those albums you find yourself listening to over and over and over and over and
  11. BLUE
    by Solar Fields
    Small Little Green Cubes - Remastered Small Little Green Cubes - Remastered
  12. Nova
    by Jalmaan
  13. Terraria Soundtrack Volume 3
    by Scott Lloyd Shelly
    Alternate Underground Alternate Underground
  14. Terraria Soundtrack Volume 2
    by Scott Lloyd Shelly
    Rain Rain
  15. Terraria Soundtrack
    by Scott Lloyd Shelly
    Corruption Corruption
  16. 148
    by C418
    185 185
    Personally I was not expecting an album like this- it's very different from almost all of C418's other work, but that doesn't make it any worse. On the contrary, that makes It so much better. Keep up the good work C418!
  17. The Last Door - The Letter
    by Carlos Viola
    A secret deep buried A secret deep buried
  18. In Isolation
    by A Lunatic's Daydream
    Outside Outside
  19. Brodyquest For Orchesta
    by Walt Ribeiro
    Brodyquest Brodyquest
  20. Portal Stories: Mel Soundtrack
    by Harry Callaghan (Harry101UK)
    24 - Decades Of Science 24 - Decades Of Science
    This soundtrack succeeds quite well at giving the feel of the abandoned Aperture Science facilities, possibly as well if not better than the Portal soundtracks themselves.