C418 - Minecraft Volume Beta (Fire Splatter Vinyl)


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Minecraft is a dreamscape, a limitless world where anything is possible. Minecraft is a tool, a means of bringing the imagination to life. Minecraft is a community, a platform on which inventive minds of all ages can share their creations and ideas. Minecraft, of course, is also a game, the most popular and best-selling video game of all time.

Created in 2009 by Swedish programmer Markus "Notch" Persson, this cultural phenomenon speaks volumes of our current zeitgeist's love for virtual spaces, but its unprecedented success couldn't be pinned on one factor alone. Countless layers of thoughtful artistry flow through Minecraft's singular experience, not the least of which is its transportive soundtrack. And now for the first time since releasing digitally in 2011, the music of Minecraft is available on vinyl.

Minecraft Volume Beta features tracks that were "silently" added to Minecraft during it's music updates and a few that never officially entered the game. As C418, composer and producer Daniel Rosenfeld designs sounds to resonate in both physical and pixelated realms. Best known for his original soundtracks to Minecraft, the single best-selling video game of all time, he's developed a discography of instrumental music over the last decade that traverses electronic pop patterns, neo-classical dreamscapes, and sparse ambient motifs. Rosenfeld's unmistakable abilities are on display; he creates a sweeping variety of musical ideas that mirror the limitless universe of Minecraft.

Limited Edition FIRE SPLATTER RED double vinyl by Ghostly International in 2020. Includes download card featuring 17 additional tracks. US Import.


A1   Ki  
A2   Alpha  
A3   Blind Spots  
A4   Mutations  
B1   Biome Fest  
B2   Aria Math  
B3   Taswell  
C1   Beginning 2  
C2   Moog City 2  
C3   The End  
D1   Kyoto  
D2   Chirp  
D3   Mellohi  
D4   Stal  
D5   Eleven  
D6   Far  
D7   Intro
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