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Brendan Becker, known by his stage name Inverse Phase, is an American [1 ] video game composer and [2 ] chiptune musician. The soundtrack to the 2010 video game features his song "Boss Burger N' Chips", which is a Super Meat Boy remix of the first and second level boss themes. In late 2011, Becker released the soundtrack to the iOS and Mac title [3 ] Shuttle Scuttle, handing out copies of the soundtrack to MAGFest X attendees at a secret show. In early 2014, he released [4 ] Treachery in Beatdown City: Episode 1 EP, the soundtrack to a game that was seeking funding on [5 ] Kickstarter at the time. [6 ]
Though he has released several retro-styled soundtracks, he's also dabbled in works paying tribute to his favorite artists. In June 2012, he released
, a Pretty Eight Machine tribute album of industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails' 1989 debut album . Pretty Hate Machine [7 ] Inverse Phase had been able to raise $3,654 for making and promoting the album through the [8 ] crowdfunding website Kickstarter. [9 ] Rob Sheridan, who is associated with Nine Inch Nails, tweeted about the album shortly after its release. [10 ]
Discography [ edit ]
Video game soundtracks
Super Smash Land (2011, self-released)
Shuttle Scuttle (2011, self-released)
Treachery in Beatdown City: Episode 1 EP (2014, self-released)
References [ edit ]
^ Stinson, Elizabeth (September 28, 2010). "Cee Lo's 'Fuck You' Gets Reimagined, Nerd-Style". Wired . Retrieved March 9, 2013.
^ Inverse Phase - VGMdb
^ Inverse Phase (undated). "Boss Burger N' Chips (Remix) – From Exclusives for Others by Inverse Phase". Inverse Phase (via Bandcamp) . Retrieved March 9, 2013.
^ Inverse Phase - Shuttle Scuttle OST released
^ UP-BEATS IN A BEATDOWN – TREACHERY IN BEATDOWN CITY EP.1 OST (REVIEW)
^ Treachery in Beatdown City: A tactical brawler! by Shawn Alexander Allen - Kickstarter
^ Inverse Phase (undated). "Pretty Eight Machine". Inverse Phase (via ( Bandcamp) . Retrieved December 18, 2012.
^ Griffiths, Daniel Nye (June 19, 2012). "NIN-tendo: Nine Inch Nails' Definitive Album Goes Chiptune". Forbes . Retrieved March 9, 2013.
^ Inverse Phase. "Nine Inch Nintendos? 8-Bit Nails? Something like that!". Inverse Phase (via Kickstarter) . Retrieved March 9, 2013.
^ Sheridan, Rob (June 15, 2012). "untitled". Sheridan, Rob (via Twitter) . Retrieved December 18, 2012. "Pretty Hate Machine by @nineinchnails recreated, in its entirety, in 8-bit chiptune (by @inversephase): http://inversephase.bandcamp.com/album/pretty-eight-machine …"
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