Battlestar Galactica-themed Mixtape EP “Feel Human” – free download [Donation Drive]
Adam WarRock Feel Human EP (Download)
Inspired by Battlestar Galactica
Today’s free music is being released during the Third Annual Donation Drive, June 24 through July 3, which helps me release tons of free music all through the year! Donors of any amount get an exclusive mixtape, live video concert, and digital package of comics from some of print and web’s best-known creators! Click the button above, or donate here.
1. Home (Introduction)
3. The Twelve
4. New Caprica
6. So Say We All
7. Big Adama
I recently watched the entire series of Battlestar Galactica for the first time. It’s always been one of those things that’s just been missing from my TV repertoire, which is funny, because out of all the things I’m “geeky” about (whatever that means), honestly, TV is probably my number one LURRVE.
I laughed. I cried. I was insanely frustrated by a lot of the show. I didn’t hate the ending (or the 4th season) like a lot of people warned me I would, it was weirdly cathartic and kind of bummed me out all at the same time, in the most beautiful way. I’ve been rewatching a lot of anime lately, and talking about how so much of anime is about creating this sense of longing for something that doesn’t even necessarily exist, something that’s like a shadow of a shadow. This show was one of the closest things I’ve found to that sensation in a US television show. I mean that as a high compliment.
And then there was those eps were Lee Adama was fat, oh my lolz.
Hope you enjoy the tunes. So say we all…
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