Travis Montgomery

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Album Edits 524

Album Ratings 1567
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Last Active 12-15-12 9:19 am
Joined 09-20-09

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The Dillinger Escape Plan One of Us Is the Killer
Good to know that DEP still know how to do it. Maybe not quite so enjoyable as Option Paralysis personally, but still a great album. 3.8/5
Irion Da Ronin Abstract Memories
Some nice atmospheric background music. Not really anything super experimental, but well put together and worth a listen. 3.5/5
Mr. Bungle Mr. Bungle
Concentrated Mike Patton. Off-the-wall randomness that never fails to astound as well as please. A little less consistent than California (not necessarily in a structural sense, more of in a thematic sense), but still a solid album by someone who has yet to at least interest me with every least. 4.1/5
Aperture Science Psychoacoustics Lab... Portal 2: Songs to Test By
One thing I've always stood by with soundtracks is that they have to stand on their own two feet, even without the game/movie backing them... I mean, I'm not saying that they should be treated like your standard album, but that the music should accentuate key themes and moods of the medium they're scoring. This pivotal point is where the Portal 2 soundtrack just doesn't stand up for me. A major aspect of the game is mystery; both in respect to what'd happened between this game and the first, as well as the idea of how Aperture Labs came to be... and at least for me, the music ads nothing to the experience. Instead of adding suspense or int
Breakbeat Heartbeat Edit
Smooth and relaxing. Mostly electronic ambient, but some physical instruments come in every now and then when the atmosphere calls for it. 3.2/5
F-777 System Fix
Fast-paced and catchy dance music in which each song sounds, maybe not exactly alike, but similar enough to mistake it for the last... definitely not for me. 2.1/5
The Clockwork Dolls When Banners Fall
A Symphonic-rock album with a WWII concept. The vocalist is great, but there's nothing distinctly new or fresh, just a reworking of what's been done before. Worth a listen if you're an avid fan of the genre, but otherwise I'd just skip over it. 2.7/5

Recent Tracks:

Katamari Damacy: To the Streets PART 3
Katamari Damacy: CRABS PART 2
Katamari Damacy: I See the Cosmos PART 1
Wii Party U: Sketchy Situation PART 2
Wii Party U: Sketchy Situation PART 2
Wii Party U: The Balldozer PART 1
Katamari Damacy: I See the Cosmos PART 1
Super Smash Bros. Steam Train
Zach Logan and the OPP Crew Episode 314, “Calling Into Question”
Mario Party 4: Finale PART 6
Most Played:

1) Elliott Smith 709 plays
2) Bomb the Music Industry! 601 plays
3) The Beatles 371 plays
4) 下村陽子 356 plays
5) 350 plays
6) 近藤浩治 320 plays
7) Neutral Milk Hotel 305 plays
8) Converge 283 plays
9) La Dispute 280 plays
10) Pink Floyd 279 plays
shoutbox » all posts 
  • WashboardSuds yeah Its a pretty cool little album. I think I found it a while back browsing bandcamp, but the news of a remaster made me give it a re-listen. looking forward to future material
    October 19 12:58 AM
  • Realm banned
    October 1 09:48 PM
  • Realm welp ive been devbombed
    October 1 02:21 PM
  • TRMshadow []Example[/url]
    September 7 01:09 PM
  • bach Ehh, I stopped keeping up with game grumps around two months in. I was actually glad to see him return to his channel.
    July 15 07:27 PM

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