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Endless Fantasy

Anamanaguchi

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1.1
Endless Fantasy
Anamanaguchi
5:57
1.2
Japan Air
Anamanaguchi; meesh
4:23
1.3
Echobo
Anamanaguchi
3:13
1.4
Planet
Anamanaguchi
4:18
1.5
Viridian Genesis
Anamanaguchi
3:02
1.6
John Hughes
Anamanaguchi
3:25
1.7
Prom Night
Anamanaguchi
3:47
1.8
Interlude (Gymnopedie No. 1)
Anamanaguchi
1:09
1.9
Akira
Anamanaguchi
3:31
1.10
SPF420
Anamanaguchi
2:06
1.11
Interlude (Total Tea Time)
Anamanaguchi
0:59
1.12
Meow
Anamanaguchi
3:31
1.13
Canal Paradise
Anamanaguchi
4:33
1.14
Snow Angels
Anamanaguchi
4:37
1.15
In The Basement
Anamanaguchi
3:29
1.16
U n Me
Anamanaguchi
4:51
1.17
Space Wax America
Anamanaguchi
3:48
1.18
EVERYTHING EXPLODES
Anamanaguchi
2:42
1.19
Interlude (STILL SPLODIN THO)
Anamanaguchi
1:06
1.20
Pastel Flags
Anamanaguchi
3:20
1.21
Bosozuku GF
Anamanaguchi
4:47
1.22
(T-T)b
Anamanaguchi
3:35
Total Playing Time    76:09
- Billboard Heatseekers - #1 (2013)

Anamanaguchi is a four-piece band from New York and Los Angeles made up of Peter Berkman, Ary Warnaar, James DeVito, and Luke Silas. They program and perform intensely emotional digital music, and also once sent a slice of pizza into space.

Since forming in the mid-2000s, Anamanaguchi have been revered as pioneers in the homemade, video game world of chiptune music: they combine a loud and fast live band with hyper-melodic squarewaves from hacked Nintendo hardware. Their earliest releases have been distributed on NES cartridges you can actually play, and in 2010 they created the official soundtrack to the Scott Pilgrim vs. The World game.

In 2013, Anamanaguchi self-released the Endless Fantasy album backed by an out-of-control Kickstarter campaign that brought in $275,000, more than five times their goal.
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