8-bit Wonders of the World

Recently on digg</a> (or maybe it was reddit</a>) there was a link to an 8-bit version of Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon.” What is an 8-bit version of Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” you ask? Well, if you have ever played an NES game, the soundtrack to that game is 8-bit music. Here is an example from the 8-bit “Dark Side of the Moon.”</p>

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The “Dark Side of the Moon” cover is even replicated in wonderful 8-bit glory as you can see. </p>

Now, I never knew there was a group of people who took songs and remade them in this wonderful format, but apparently there are other people in the world who enjoy this type of music like I do. I don’t know what it is about it; maybe it’s nostalgia. Maybe, I just appreciate the time taken to do such a good job on something like this, or maybe it’s just a passing fancy, but I’ve been searching out more 8-bit musical wonders and there are plenty out there! </p>

My Chemical Romance “Black Parade”? Sure, here you go:</p>

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The Used “The Bird and Worm”? Why yes!</p>

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Queen “Bohemian Rhapsody”? And how!</p>