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by Comptroller

10 varied tracks of chiptune goodness, ranging from hard beats to mournful bleeps.
Genre: Electronic: Chiptune
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1. Open
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1:35 $0.49
2. Monks
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1:37 $0.49
3. Bad Ice
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1:32 $0.49
4. NoNoNo
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1:20 $0.49
5. White Knighting
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1:38 $0.49
6. Low Point
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1:31 $0.49
7. Red Room
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2:18 $0.49
8. Tile Giant
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0:59 $0.49
9. Crossover Dragon
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10. Exapno Mapcase
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Album Notes
This is the self-titled debut album from Comptroller. It was written and recorded over the course of February 2010 for the RPM Challenge.


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Dirty GameBoy chiptune beats!
Comptroller is a new chip artist to me... I've never really noticed him. That changed when I heard his self-titled debut album. "Comptroller" is a short, ten-track chip album full of dirty beats and Nintendo-style motifs. Things begin decently with the bass-infused "Open", and then launch into a crazy awesome hardcore dirty chiptune beat simply entitled "Monks". Turns out to be one of the highlights of the album; play it loud! "Comptroller" marches along with more unorthodox chiptunes until it opens up for "White Knighting", the best track on the album. It sounds like an old, 1980s-era Nintendo theme. "Low Point" made me smile with its silly bassline, but "Red Room" is not exactly one of this effort's highlights. "Tile Giant" bounces back some with another crazy beat, although the two last tracks aren't too good. Overall, "Comptroller" is a fairly decent chiptune album that isn't worth ten dollars. The artist sells it for free on BandCamp, however (avaliable at much better deal. If you're into quick, hardcore GameBoy music, give "Comptroller" a listen.