Mega Ran | The Call: 8-Bit Anniversary Edition

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Mega Ran | The Call: 8-Bit Anniversary Edition

To celebrate the eighth anniversary of his first album Mega Ran teams up with producer Klopfenpop for an 8-Bit re-imagining of The Call.

Random aka Mega Ran released The Call back in 2006. The debut album featured a hefty 21 tracks and gained praise for its honesty and soulful production. Fast forward to the present day and ten select tracks have been remixed, mostly by Klopfenpop (Torrentz) with one track receiving the treatment from DJ DN3, in an 8-Bit style to celebrate the 8th anniversary of the release.

The Call: 8-Bit Anniversary Edition is available to download for $7 as a digital download from bandcamp now. Pitch in an $3 and you can get hold of a physical CD. For the collectors amongst you there are still a few highly limited edition vinyl copies available. If the vinyl doesn’t sell out none get pressed. At the time of writing only about twenty of two hundred and fifty are available to purchase. Be quick, it’s just $21 for a piece of history.


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