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NieR:Automata-Inspired Lo-Fi Album Now Available

Inspired by Yoko Taro’s NieR: Automata, video game music record label Curaga Records has just released their 10-track album “Video Game LoFi: NieR: Automata.”

Scope out the full tracklist below:

– City Ruin – Rays of Light (from “NieR:Automata”) [LoFi Edit]

– Peaceful Sleep – Camp Music (from “NieR:Automata”) [LoFi Edit]

– Amusement Park (from “NieR:Automata”) [LoFi Edit]

– Voice of No Return (from “NieR:Automata”) [LoFi Edit]

– Grandma- Destruction (from “NieR:Automata”) [LoFi Edit]

– Treasured Times (from “NieR:Automata”) [LoFi Edit]

– Vague Hope – Cold Rain (from “NieR:Automata”) [LoFi Edit]

– Weight of the World (from “NieR:Automata”) [LoFi Edit]

– Blissful Death (from “NieR:Automata”) [LoFi Edit]

– Weight of the World – End of YorHa (from “NieR:Automata”) [LoFi Edit]

According to floopy:

“I wanted to add my own touch to these tracks while highlighting what makes them so special in the first place. This was my first time working in this genre and it was incredibly fun fitting the pieces of the puzzle together.”Author Name

For those who’d like to hear it for themselves, be sure to tune into Spotify, Apple Music, Bandcamp, and most other music streaming platforms. A physical album on CD or cassette can also be purchased for $14.99 via the Materia Store here.

[infobox style=’success’ static=’1′]Source: Press Release[/infobox]

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