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Pleasantly Surprised

Was looking for the video game but found this instead. Reminds me of Aphex Twin, Fennesz, and Squarepusher. Besides, no one has rights to the word "Halo" ...just like Eminem made a song called Superman but it wasn't about the Man of Steel.

It's Not the Halo Soundtrack (DUH!)

This isn't the Halo soundtrack, was never meant to be the Halo soundtrack. The word "halo" existed a long LONG time before the game "Halo." No one should complain and say it doesn't honor the Master Chief. It's not meant to! Goodness you video game lamers. As for a real review, not great but not bad. A mix of ambient sounds, clicks and noise. Good if it's your thing. I prefer Arovane's own music though rather than Accelera Deck. Low key chill ambient tunes over power clicks and noises in my preference.

wow

omg this was the most incredibale waste of time to listen this i could have been doing my homework or somthing constructive this makes me wanna cry:(

Biography

Born: 1996

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Accelera Deck was the ambient pop project of Birmingham, AL-based singer/guitarist/programmer Chris Geeley, who previously fronted the little-known shoegazer act the Ashley Tremolo; that band dissolved in 1995 after a fire at their rehearsal space destroyed all of their equipment, allowing Geeley the opportunity to explore his increasing interest in electronica. Accelera Deck made its debut in 1998 with a cover of "I Believe It" recorded for the A Tribute to Spacemen 3 compilation, soon followed...
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