Disasterpeace | Passcode: Soul of the Traveler

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Passcode: Soul of the Traveler

by Disasterpeace

During a reconnaissance mission, a specialized task force on a remote desert planet uncovers a secret plot to … protect the universe? Soul of the Traveler is the 5th episode of Passcode, based upon the sci-fi canon in which their action figures reside.
Genre: Electronic: Chiptune
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1. Mission On Granthan
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2. Gobon Rogue
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3. Guards of the Gate
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4. Destroy All Travelers
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5. Viyer's Redemption
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6. Soul of the Traveler
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Passcode: Soul of the Traveler is a soundtrack for a short, pixel art film that tells the story of a universe of aliens in space, in opposition with each other, but trying to do what they think is right.

Disasterpeace grew up in Staten Island, New York, banging rhythms on desks, annoying his classmates, and clacking out grooves on his molars. The dentist said he won’t have any if he keeps it up. He started messing with the geetar in high school writing heavy Drop D Jams and recording on cassette tape, before eventually moving to the computer and into electronic music. After a couple of Garageband albums, and a music degree, DP is back on the prowl.


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