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'The Triforce of Bass' is three pay-what-you-want Zelda remix EPs

Jordan Mallory
08.11.12
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GameChops, an indie chiptune/remix record label founded by DJ Cutman, has released a collection of three electronic dance music EPs based off various titles in the Zelda franchise, such as A Link to the Past and Skyward Sword. The Triforce of Bass features three five-track collections of tunes that include varying degrees of wub from DJ Cutman, Spamtron, Mykah and dj-Jo.

Available here, the chiptune/dubstep/trip-hop album is being sold on a "name your price" basis, meaning that customers can pay as little or as much as they want for all 15 songs. From what we can tell, the only way to prevent DJ Cutman from dropping the bass is through repeated use of Guts Man's Super Arm.

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