Every so often a chiptune musician or group of musicians will pay homage to a classic album or artist of the past. Sometimes these albums become classics of chiptunes in their own right, or sometimes they fall square on their pixelated face. I am happy to announce that programmer and musician Brad Smith's tribute to Pink Floyd falls in the former category. I can say that MOON8 is quite an amazing album, as both a huge fan of chiptunes as well as Pink Floyd.
The album is presented in Pink Floyd's original vinyl format of two sides, and following the original album very closely. The album manages very well not to sound robotic, instead creating a warm mood with many interesting twists along the way. especially when hearing the sound effects of tracks like Money, and Time. Not to mention the thoroughly well done Great Gig in the Sky. Amazingly this is all done within the limits of an everyday NES.
Head over to the official MOON8 album page and download the album, and give it a thorough listening. Bonus points if you can sing along with the whole album!