Critical Music 17: Faces Melted

March 22nd, 2010 . by Josh

Two releases back to back you ask? Yes! With this being the week of PAX East I wanted to make sure I got this months Critical Music out on time and seeing as I’ll be pretty busy, I needed to get it out fairly early in the week. As I mentioned on the episode, this will probably be the least popular Critical Music to date as it’s very metal influenced and I just get the feeling that won’t fly with most people, but we’ll see.

Music in this episode: The Megas, The Minibosses, The Protomen, Powerglove, Vomitron, Entertainment System, The Advantage, NESKimos, Year 200X, Nerd Army, The Smash Brothers, Stage 3-1

Do yourself a favor and buy the albums these bands put out, they’re really good!

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One Response to “Critical Music 17: Faces Melted”

  1. comment number 1 by: Rabid Scotsman

    I don’t know what you’re talking about Nasero, Critical Music 17 kicked ass! The first song was just wicked and I loved the SotN mash-up, among other things, like the bad ass Link 2 metal remix. Killer man, just killer. I demand more metal!

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