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Benjamin Ritter

  1. Spokane Valley, Washington
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 36
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  1. Forest = ВИН!
    by Forest
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    On a Tuesday On a Tuesday
  2. Nice.
    by Super Guitar Bros
    00:00/00:00
    Castlevania III Castlevania III
    It's so easy to love every second of this album. Their rendition of Castlevania is absolutely masterful.
  3. UNDERTALE Soundtrack
    by toby fox
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    ASGORE ASGORE
    No game and soundtrack has left such a profound impression on me as Undertale.
  4. Determination
    by RichaadEB // Ace Waters
    00:00/00:00
    Nascency Nascency
  5. Mega Man 4 Remade
    by RushJet1
    00:00/00:00
    Dive Man Dive Man
    How do you pick a favorite track for this album? The Cossack and Wily stages are so expertly rendered, but it's the jazzy Dive Man stage that floors me here. Many people attempt this style with chiptune, but few succeed as convincingly as Rush Jet. You have to listen to RushJet's version of Mega Man, made as if they had full access to the NES sound hardware. Still decidedly NES, but much richer than you remember.
  6. Mega Man Remade
    by RushJet1
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    Epilogue Epilogue
    You have to listen to RushJet's version of Mega Man, made as if they had full access to the NES sound hardware. Still decidedly NES, but much richer than you remember. Mega Man 1's epilogue is more uplifting than ever.
  7. Mega Man 2 Remade
    by RushJet1
    00:00/00:00
    Quick Man Quick Man
    You have to listen to RushJet's version of Mega Man, made as if they had full access to the NES sound hardware. Still decidedly NES, but much richer than you remember. The Quick Man stage here is amazing, using atmospheric drums around the 50 second mark that really put the fear and wonder of your childhood into the spotlight.
  8. Mega Man 3 Remade
    by RushJet1
    00:00/00:00
    Snake Man Snake Man
    You have to listen to RushJet's version of Mega Man, made as if they had full access to the NES sound hardware. Still decidedly NES, but much richer than you remember. Snake Man's theme is exactly the kind of rockin', bouncy chiptune that we need more of. Lots of subdued complexity that makes for a track I could listen to on repeat forever.
  9. Farmers Market Princess
    by The Strips
    00:00/00:00
  10. EP
    by Debutante
    00:00/00:00
    Sleeping After College Sleeping After College
    With an indie rock sound reminiscent of those wonderful mid-2000s, Debutante impresses with four great examples of variation and technical mastery that still keep you bobbing your head. Worth every penny.
  11. Creature (feat. Denis Chang)
    by Sean Ashe
    00:00/00:00
  12. Chronicles of Time: A Premonition
    by Chronicles of Time
    00:00/00:00
    The Black Wind The Black Wind
    What an awesome album! Too bad the bandcamp release is missing about 70 tracks. I went and paid a second time on Loudr to have all of them.
  13. Power Overwhelming
    by Big Bad Bosses
    00:00/00:00
    Capture You Capture You
    Not only is this clever, but it's SPOT ON with each musical style it invokes. Comedy at its finest.
  14. By Your Side
    by she
    00:00/00:00
  15. Alone
    by Andrew Huang
    00:00/00:00
  16. For The Love
    by Andrew Huang
    00:00/00:00
  17. Vindicate Me feat. Random aka Mega Ran
    by Big Giant Circles
    00:00/00:00
  18. Ember
    by Kubbi
    00:00/00:00
    Firelight Firelight
    I've always considered Kubbi's work to be what Minecraft would sound like if it were an action game. A combination of chiptune and rock instrumentation that never goes overboard on either side of the line.
  19. 2nite EP
    by TWRP
    00:00/00:00
    The Hit (feat Ninja Sex Party) The Hit (feat Ninja Sex Party)
    Short but packed with sound and pleasure. The collaboration with Ninja Sex Party combines their impossibly catchy melodic nature with the usual hip-thrusting power of TWRP's instrumentation.
  20. Question Bedtime
    by MC Frontalot
    00:00/00:00
    Devil In The Attic Devil In The Attic
    Frontalot is the king, and all doubts you could have about that are washed away by this brilliant album. Masterful lyrics and performances bring fairy tales to life, and I'm always picking out some new detail with every playthrough.
  21. Crypt of the Necrodancer: The Melody Mixes
    by A_Rival
    00:00/00:00
    Coming Up Now - 4-3 Reanimated by Super Square Coming Up Now - 4-3 Reanimated by Super Square
    Everything about this is so fun. SO GOOD. I play this through at least twice a day. Be sure to stick around for the epic closer by Super Square.
  22. Winter Chip X
    by Battle of the Bits
    00:00/00:00
    Dance of the Reindeer Dance of the Reindeer
    This is all over the place, but that's what I like about it. There's something for everyone, all very well composed and produced. I purchased this immediately upon hearing "Dance of the Reindeer," as it turns standard MIDI on it's head and forces me to love instrument sounds I've hated all my life. Seriously check this album out - you'll not be disappointed.
  23. boy irl girl url
    by meganeko
    00:00/00:00
    Nothing Happened Nothing Happened
    This is some of the most feel-good music I've heard in a while. I realized I had to buy this after I couldn't stop hitting replay on "Nothing Happened." Expertly crafted, well produced.
  24. Saturdaze
    by Starcadian
    00:00/00:00
    Ultralove Ultralove
    Where do we start with Starcadian? It doesn't matter. Once you're in, you never stop. Repeating the impossible feat of their first album, there is no track in Saturdaze I ever skip. I can't wait to hear more from these guys.
  25. The Pump
    by Muscle
    00:00/00:00
    All My Ex's Died In Texas All My Ex's Died In Texas
    Don't think, just hit play. Then try not to FLEX, FLEX, FLEX.
  26. Shovel Knight Original Soundtrack
    by Jake Kaufman
    00:00/00:00
    High Above the Land (The Flying Machine) High Above the Land (The Flying Machine)
    Jake is the master of all musicians. Even constrained to the NSF format, you can't tell me he didn't eek every ounce of creativity out of this project.
  27. Taste My Power
    by ThePlasmas
    00:00/00:00
    Fiends Of Fantasy Fiends Of Fantasy
    This has remixes of a lot of the more overlooked tracks in video games, and all of them are masterful. I especially like hearing a treatment of Nightmare Battle from Kirby's Adventure. The quality bump you get from buying it is WAY worth it considering the instrumentation. And it's name your price!
  28. Sunset Blood
    by Starcadian
    00:00/00:00
    Lovetop Lovetop
    If Michael Jackson and Daft Punk had a funky baby, it'd be Starcadian. This is one of those rare albums where every track is precious to me, absolutely unskippable. The variation in keys and melody through each track continually give a feeling of upward mobility. Everybody loves "Chinatown," and I do as well, but Lovetop takes the cake with its high energy funk stylings.
  29. Tower of Heaven (Original Soundtrack)
    by flashygoodness
    00:00/00:00
    Pillars of Creation Pillars of Creation
    Variations on a theme, all of them good. Don't like chiptunes? You haven't heard Tower of Heaven. Still don't like chiptunes after hearing Tower of Heaven? Go get your head checked, tumor boy.
  30. Super Guitar Bros
    by Super Guitar Bros
    00:00/00:00
    Castlevania Castlevania
    These guys are a Youtube sensation turned pro. Every track oozes with love, skill, and practice. There are songs in which, by necessity, one will reach other and pluck the other's guitar. If I have one complaint, it's that this production version of "Gerudo Valley" misses much of the intensity of the corresponding Youtube video that made them famous. Still, worth every dollar.
  31. How Do I Land?
    by Kurt Braunohler
    00:00/00:00
    Dildo Jog Dildo Jog
    It's so very hard to find good comedians - ones who rely not on cheap tricks or filler, but their own wit, experience, and showmanship. I recommend this album to literally everyone.
  32. BLUESHIFT
    by PROTODOME
    00:00/00:00
    Keyboard Demo Attack! Keyboard Demo Attack!
    So much of this album reminds me of the brilliant "Pokemon Trading Card Game" soundtrack from the gameboy.

    This overtly happy album will melt the frown off a biker gang member's face. And replace it with some creepy real-life version of the 'beautiful eyes' face from Adventure Time. Use with caution.
  33. BLUENOISE
    by PROTODOME
    00:00/00:00
    Hello World. Hello World.
    The opening track to this album should be played on an expensive sound system at high volume, with a subtle and properly calibrated subwoofer. A sonic experience you can't get elsewhere.
  34. BLUESCREEN
    by PROTODOME
    00:00/00:00
    BSOD'd. BSOD'd.
  35. Triforce Tribute
    by Piasa
    00:00/00:00
    Kaepora Gaebora's Message Kaepora Gaebora's Message
  36. Moogle's Flute
    by Lauren the flute
    00:00/00:00
    The Place I'll Return to Someday (FF9) The Place I'll Return to Someday (FF9)