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Blaseball: Discipline (Gate)
Artist: Garages (Gate)
Format: Vinyl

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Label: IAM8BIT
Rel. Date: 09/17/2021
UPC: 850021640545

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DISC: 1

1. The Return
2. A Horrible Mistake We Will Make Again and Again
3. The First Ain't the Last
4. The Ballad of Unremarkable Derrick Krueger
5. Fight Gods
6. Nut Economy
7. In My Arms
8. Beautiful Day
9. In the Feedback
10. Go Deify Yourself
11. Into the Void
12. Rise
13. Ruby Tuesday
14. No Half Measures
15. Shelled
16. Flickering
17. Boss Battle I
18. Riv
19. Morning Is Coming
20. We May Not Look Like Much
21. Boss Battle II
22. Godspeed Reprise
23. Everyone That's Left

More Info:

Henceforth & Hooray - it is to be declared herein, that iam8bit has teamed up with the marvelous maniacs, The Game Band (not a musical band) and another equally lovely band, 'the garages' (an actual musical band), to produce our MOST AMBITIOUS VINYL SOUNDTRACK EVER. Said wax & groove artifact is regarding the ongoing cultural event phenomenon known as Blaseball, which prior to this record manifesting into existence, had a reputation for containing absolutely no audio at all. But now, thanks to The Garages, a soundtrack has been concocted, themed upon the historically significant "DISCIPLINE Era," which was allegedly also the first era, inspiring the multi-dozen-member Garages ensemble to write a whole bunch of songs about it, including the global smash hits "The Ballad of the Unremarkable Derrick Kreuger" and "In The Feedback" - each of which have been listened to so many times, the internet gave up counting. This album is so freakin' good, y'all!