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Submitted by PixelitisBlog 512d ago | news

Deus Ex composer’s collab album successfully funded

"Sound your favorite victory jingle, another collaborative effort among videogame composers and musicians has been successfully funded on Kickstarter.

Entitled “Just Fun,” the album is headed up by none other than Deus Ex lead composer Alexander Brandon, and features original work by over a dozen collaborators, including Jake “Virt” Kaufman (Double Dragon Neon, Retro City Rampage), Danny Baranowsky (Super Meat Boy), Erik Peabody (Viking Guitar) and Grant “Stemage” Henry (Metroid Metal, LONELYROLLINGSTARS).

Brandon, who has also worked on the music for games like Unreal Tournament, Jazz Jackrabbit 2 and most recently Dust: An Elysian Tail, sees “Just Fun” as an opportunity to create a 45-minute album spanning several genres, including pop, rock, jazz and 8-bit chiptune." - Patrick Kulikowski (Alexander Brandon, Culture, Danny Baranowsky, Deus Ex, Double Dragon: Neon, Jake Kaufman, Super Meat Boy)

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