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Super Secret Tune
An up-beat tune with simple wave-forms. Sounds chip-ish. Good for parties or if you just want to cheer yourself up.
Don't be a Bitch Remix
A silly lo-fi tune that I got into my head after yet another day of browsing the "j2e" forums in 2002. Actually a remix of the first tune I made, which is not included in this album.
Game Tre Ackorder
Another lo-fi tune. Up-beat and suitable for racing games and the likes. Made from the desire to create something that sounded like a distorted guitar.
A simple little chiptune in minor. Made with milky tracker. As it uses simple wave forms it has an old-school feeling to it.
No Fight but Cool
I started out trying to make a badass boss music tune, but it somehow turned into quite a happy sounding thing in the end.
This tune is very slow-moving and mellow. Great if you want to chill, but maybe not the best "wake up tune" out there.
Home at Last
My first "proper" Milkytracker chiptune. I made this after having finished my two-year web design education, and I had the tune in my head the entire car ride home.
Chip Woke up This Morning
A lo-fi blues tune made in Milkytracker. Sounds almost like something from "River City Ransom".
A Vile City
Old-school chiptune I made in Milkytracker back when I was still hopelessly enchanted by a certain lobotomizing online game.
The Nostalgica Tune Theme Song
Two-channel chiptune I made in Buzz. At the time I hadn't made much else that sounded old-school, hence the name.
A lo-fi boogy woogie-like tune that makes your walls shake if you have an old house and a big enough sub-woofer.
A short, fast, swooshy tune with lots of energy. It kind of resembles a jig.
This is a Buzz tune that makes me think of never-ending bureaucracy. I imagine people running around with papers and forms and envelopes till the end of time.
A mini space-story. This chiptune sounds like in one of those old side-scrolling space shooter games. You are taken through take off, different levels, and finally you get to fight the super villain. Do you Rymdfighter?
Game at Heart
Speedy powerful chiptune that could be suitable for games. Has an old school sound to it.
This chiptune is ideal for those days you just feel like jumping around aimlessly until you crash into something expensive and break more bones than you knew you had.
A tune packed with silly sounds accompanied by melodious organs that bring to mind old cartoons.
A tune derived from experimenting with text-to-speech engines. A story about two synthetic voices attacking two other synthetic voices.
Rock'n roll lo-fi style. Very simple sounds, yet a catchy and enchanting tune.
Another lo-fi rock tune, but with a simpler arrangement. Inspired from comedy movies about running out of gasoline.
The album finish with a mellow chiptune about seduction. A typical "Slowly wave your lighters in the air song".
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