After his disappearance in 20XX, hushed conversation spread about MicroD. Some claimed he had left for good. Others insisted that he had been radicalized - That is, to say, by events unknown he had become more cool. In a dimly lit alley, his Game Boys and old photographs were found discarded in a metal trash can. Had MicroD quit the game or simply moved on to a different system? Fresh paint dripped from a strange symbol on the wall. It was new, but familiar. Is this the work of Radical D?
Radical D contains 8 all-new tracks spanning genres from surf, ska, reggae, prog rock and beyond. This album, unlike my previous Game Boy material, was created for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The screen graphic in the album artwork was also meticulously programmed to work within the confines of the NES.
If you like this album please consider paying for it! Money made will be funneled back into future releases, merchandise and equipment. I hope you enjoy, and please tell your friends!
released 13 August 2013
Mixed and mastered by Michael DuFault.
Artwork by Michael DuFault.