ALBUM: Meteocrity Vol. 1

Most of these are unused tracks from videogame projects that never came to be, or are in the long process of actually coming to life, and I just got sick of them taking up space on my hard drive. This also solves the problem of having to come up with an album this year and a formalized music portfolio.

Why am I using an album of tracks some 4-6 years old that weren’t good enough to be used in-game as a portfolio?

Anyway, 50 minutes of music I hope you will enjoy – from hard and fast melodic chunk (“Tempest Rush”, “Need Insurance? Get a Bullet”) to more midtempo puzzle music (“Lunar Eclipse Millenium”, “Isolate the Variable”) and other miscellaneous tracks that are sure to clog up your iPod or whatever the hot portable music device is you kids seem to gobble up like candy while you still can’t afford the most basic health insurance. Most tracks were, in retrospect, very unwisely done to strict commissioner demands – so if you don’t like them, you know what to kiss and where to find it. 🙂

Credit where credit is due:

Composition/Arrangement/Mixing: Meteo Xavier
Album Art: Meteo Xavier
Mastering: bLiNd for Tracks 1, 3, 8, 14, 16.
UsabellChan for Album mastering.

Released on 8/15/11 by Doug Arley and Suzumbachi on behalf of Wardriver/ netlabel.

If I’ve left anyone out, please contact me and let me know so I can credit properly.
Released August 15, 2011.