R O O M :   A N   A L B U M   B Y   R U S T

Table of Contents
Background
Tracks
Reviews
Get the Album
Disclaimer

Background

The purpose of this project was to become familiar with utilizing audio software. This content was created with MuLab v. 6 (demo), Musculpt v. 1.7, and Audacity v. 2.1.1 over the course of something like, er, two weeks?

The purpose of this project was NOT to create something "good" or even "listenable." I can't sing, write interesting lyrics, and have little interest in music (even less in music theory or anatomy, such as it is) as a creator or consumer. In fact, one of my rules was to not overthink anything, or spend any more time on developing and compiling the songs than absolutely necessary. Consequently, I have dubbed this genre "nubtunez." Derivative, incompetent, and cringe-worthy, nubtunez is music for those who don't really care about music. That is, it is made by those who don't care about music; it isn't meant to be listened to by anyone. Why'd I publish it then? Shut up.

Inspiration for the band name RUST comes from staring at my bathroom fixtures and thinking about how they became so heavily oxidized. The answer, of course, is the same reason why this album sux0rz: gross negligence and apathy.


Tracks

ROOM: a 2015 release by RUST

I. The Domestication of the Cat

II. Raid of an Isolated Monastery

III. The Mermaid and the Dog-Headed Men

IV. A Doll of Porcelain Tumbles from the Curio

V. Those Letters that Reach No One

VI. Epilogue


Also included: front and back cover art, lyrics, bonus instrumental versions of tracks I, III, IV, V.


Reviews

The reviews are in! Listen to the album critics are calling "indeed turrible[sic]" and "eugh!"

"I'm interested in seeing what garbage you came up with."

"At least you have a hobby."


Maybe I should add more reverb? Reverb fixes everything.


Get the Album

Click to download. This album is free, but donations are, as always, heavily encouraged.

ROOM, an album by RUST


Disclaimer

All events and all characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. Mostly.


DRM-Free because DRM is for homos.

Copyright © 2015 Reverend Garcia


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