The Robot Trilogy

by Starship Amazing

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BrickDickRick [13/14]
This album is great, GODDAMN. It builds and builds; the "Trilogy" part of the title is not a joke. You can tell the sound evolving every 5 song chunk. Some more traditional chiptune, some bordering into chiphop seen later on the masterpiece "Ruby Dagger." If you like chiptune, you'll like this. The beats get so great as the synthwork becomes more busy--and it all ends on a beautiful spokenword ambient track.. I miss y'all. Pick this up; cheap and hella good. Favorite track: Foolish.
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about

So, you’ve heard about our first three albums, right? They're two years old now. That’s crazy! Time flies!

They’re pretty fresh but they cost money, and there’s three of them which can be tough for new fans to get into. We have responded to this by putting together The Robot Trilogy, a totally free compilation of what we think are the best songs from Scoops the Robot (bit.ly/dUfRRP), An Apocalypse In Binary: The Memoirs of Gearhart Deckrion (bit.ly/dN1zAR) and the B-sides collection of unused tracks, Broken Robots (bit.ly/duc2nS). It’s totally free, which is significantly cheaper than the $15 required to purchase all three.

So, if you’re new to Starship Amazing or you don’t have those albums yet, get this! If you like what you hear, then maybe think about buying an album. If not then enjoy the free tracks, it's as easy as that!

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released March 23, 2012

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All music written and recorded by Calvin Hansen and Derek Alexander. Produced and Mastered in the studio apartment of Calvin Hansen.

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