agj's picture

This is not game related, but it reminded me of Glorious Trainwrecks in spirit.

Album-a-Day collects albums made in a single day. That's pretty much it. Making a whole album (20 minutes or 30 songs, at least, according to their requirements) in 24 hours must be pretty tough, though, but I think I'll join in one of these days. And it will be awesome.

Pizza Time's picture

It's not so tough if you go

It's not so tough if you go the grindcore way and do fifty songs in ten minutes that all sound the same.

SpindleyQ's picture

God, I haven't seen that

God, I haven't seen that page since I regularly read Triangle and Robert, which was a very, very long time ago. (Patrick Shaughnessy's 3 album-a-days in a row are very near the top of that page, if you're wondering where the retarded fourth-wall-breaking-webcomic connection is.) It wasn't a conscious inspiration for the site, but I'm certain the Crap Art manifesto has been lurking in my subconscious for some time.

I made an album in a day, once, with help on vocals from a friend of mine by the name of Tim (who happens to be a terrible singer). It was unfathomably bad. Only the band name, Traces of Peanuts, was any good. (Thankfully I had the good sense to use a terrible album title instead of wasting "Anaphylactic Rock".) And, okay, the cover art is a decent picture of me in a suit holding up a chocolate bar. But oh man, do you ever not want to hear the improvised vocal stylings of MC Mennonite White Boy.

It's totally a fantastic way to spend an evening, though. I recommend it.