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    Wink If you like 8-bit music...

    I found a website where you can listen to some pretty good songs

    Anamanaguchi presents Dawn Metropolis

    Its a band (I guess) called Anamanaguchi, and I found them cause one of their songs "Blackout City" was put in Bit.Trip Runner, a game I got from the Humble Indie Bundle 4.

    ****If have seizures the website plays a lot of flashing colors with the songs, in the form of like an 8-bit game with the music. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!****

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    sweet this music is awesome haha cool vids too!
    I am thinking of getting the humble bundle are the games good? I have been wanting super meat boy for a while now and have heard really good things about bit trip runner.
    I will listen to this often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notarealname View Post
    I found a website where you can listen to some pretty good songs

    Anamanaguchi presents Dawn Metropolis

    Its a band (I guess) called Anamanaguchi, and I found them cause one of their songs "Blackout City" was put in Bit.Trip Runner, a game I got from the Humble Indie Bundle 4.

    ****If have seizures the website plays a lot of flashing colors with the songs, in the form of like an 8-bit game with the music. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!****
    Look up Video Challenge by them as well. Very kickass!!

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