Algoorithm | Robotropolis

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Robotropolis

by Algoorithm

This album is a journey through many different genres, moods and styles of music, represented electronically. It draws a little from everything I've ever listened to - from 90's Sega Genesis videogame soundtracks, to heavy metal, to reggae, to classical.
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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1. While we can, Party
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2. Robotropolis
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3. Crowded Market
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4. Sapphire Island
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5. The Long Tunnel
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6. Strife Machine
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7. Digital Moon
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8. City Square
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9. Ice Cap Zone (Sonic 3)
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
On the recommendation of a friend, I went to Blipfest 2011, a big East Coast festival of electronic music. The music was so loud - the bass moved your body as the drums kicked you in the chest. Everyone was either screaming, jumping, dancing (or trying to dance), and having an amazing time. I wanted to create something that could make people so happy.

I have a wide range of influences - videogame soundtracks, beautiful classical pieces, rock, metal and plenty of other styles. I think they've all come together in this album to form something distinct and new. I love music - it's my main passion, and I love the way it can connect with people and bring them together. I hope I've created something that you really enjoy.

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