From the Bottom of My Heart...
Wow! I can't believe we're here so soon! I'd like to take a moment to thank everyone so much (from the bottom of my heart, really) If you contributed even a single dollar of your hard-earned money to back this project, then you have my undying gratitude and I hope you will get your money's worth.
If you're still planning to grab yourself a slice of this Big Al pie, then there's still time!
We'll be taking reservations for the beautiful album physical edition until the Kickstarter project officially ends at 11:59pm on December 14th. But don't delay! Remember, this is the easiest way to get a copy of the physical edition. After this Kickstarter is over, though, you'll have to attend a live event to have a chance to get your copy.
With that said, I'm proud to announce that we have another surprise you can look forward to this weekend! Watch here for the update, and thanks again so much for everyone's past and future support!
Hello everyone, Shaun "Hentai" Farol here. While Koda takes care of the album and music side of things I am the acting Project Manager of 'The BIG ALbum'.
My role in the album is the business end of things. I interview and manage relations with the CD production company, the USB drive manufacturer, artists, contributions and generally make sure everything goes smoothly. I also do the promotion and public relations work. If you found this project through another website or social media, I probably had a hand in that as well.
Speaking of the USB drive manufacturer, the folks there at the factory have gone ahead and shared the first samples of what the customized USB drives in the Premium Package might look like. It's embedded above and has been added to this Kickstarter Project's homepage. Do note, our plans are still tentative so this is all still subject to change.
Plans for the USB drive are still in the air. Apparently there is a 50 unit minimum order to have customized USB drives produced so we have upped the cap on the $30 reward tier and if we can pre-sell at least half of the 50 unit allotment we can make something truly special.
If we can't, then our backup plan includes a metal USB key and having The Big Album laser etched on the side. Not quite as cool as the fully custom drive above (but still quite cool), and something we can do in smaller batches.