AOTY 2023

Dropped Frames Vol. 1

Mike Shinoda - Dropped Frames Vol. 1
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July 10, 2020 / Release Date
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The lean run time coupled with the excellently developed production ensures that Dropped Frames Vol. 1 says what it needs to before any kind of boredom begins to manifest itself.


The little sock guy on the cover sums up this album the best


I couldn't care less about this instrumental album, I enjoyed the livestreams I saw from him where I think he was working on these songs. I don't really remember, but anyways.

Mike, thanks for still making music after Linkin Park ended even if its not the best music I've ever heard, glad you're just doing your thing and not trying really hard to do linkin park again or aim for the top 40 on your solo albums. Honestly nothing but respect for still making music out of passion


So this record was made piece by piece while being streamed on twitch. Taking random ideas from fans and using them to guide the development of each track. The result is a white-listed album for Twitch which joins the legions of average instrumental albums out there especially across Soundcloud. Its whitelisting though, hopefully, births a new era in twitch music-making, where musicians make music that can be used by twitch users while streaming. And as such, further building on the homologous ... read more

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Track List

  1. Open Door
  2. Super Galaxtica
  3. Duckbot
  4. Cupcake Cake
  5. El Rey Demonio
  6. Doodle Buzz
  7. Channeling, Pt. 1 (feat. Dan Mayo)
  8. Osiris
  9. Babble Bobble
  10. Session McSessionface
  11. Neon Crickets
  12. Booty Down
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Added on: June 30, 2020