Saturday, July 9, 2011

Nero's Day at Disneyland - From Rotting Fantasylands [2009/VBR]

I'm not entirely sure what can be said about this album that'll live up to what it truly is. In terms of electronic music, it's easily one of the best albums ever written, and also my favourite electronic album. I'll just post what says about the guy, since it's a pretty awesome description of the music:

"Blending haunted 15th century music and a tangled mess of burnt out with a crushingly huge sense of scope, Nero’s Day At Disneyland seems to cram together the entire musical history of the last 2000 years."

Unfortunately I don't have a higher quality link, but this more than does it justice. I'll re-up a 320 link if I ever get my copy of the CD in.

Artist: Nero's Day at Disneyland
Album: From Rotting Fantasylands
Release Year: 2009
Genre: Electronic/8-Bit/Glitch

1. In Aisles
2. Civilizing People
3. No Money Down, Low Monthly Payments
4. Child Protective Services Theme Song
5. Charging Swarm of Mousketeers
6. Everything Must Go
7. Death Parade
8. Action Winter Journey
9. Stretched Linen Over Contorted Bodies
10. Eulogy For Nick Galvas
11. In Keyed Fantasy
12. Probably End Up Dead in Ditch Somewhere
13. Plumes of ATM Sinew
14. Vengeance in Cloudland
15. Sprawling Idiot Effigy


  1. Whithout a doubt an amazing album. Immensely enjoyed a for a good couple of weeks!

  2. Holy fucking nut. Thanks, man! Crazy ass album.