Now that I am back from the Holidays, I am happy to update that Music To Die Alone In Space To has hit most major online music services.
CD Baby: Spruke on CDBaby
I can't provide links for non-US stuff easily as it's hard for me to access those stores. But I have independent verification from various listeners that it is present in Spain, Argentina, Canada, Australia, and UK stores too.
If you only backed for a single copy ($10) and regretted it and wished you could have all three, now you can buy the others!
Or, if you have a friend who missed the cutoff for backing but still wants to hear the album, by all means point them to the iTunes or the Spotify so they can still obtain it!
Whatever you like!
Leave A Review
It would mean a lot to me, if you enjoyed the albums, if you could leave a positive review in one or more of the other services such as iTunes or Spotify. Now that MTDAIST is part of the overall Spruke catalog, it needs to live or die by the same sword as other albums for sale do: critical success, good reviews in iTunes or Spotify, you know?
So, by all means, you guys are already taken care of, you have your canons, but there are so many people out there who have yet to buy or stream this album– if you can spare the time to leave a favorable review in one of these other services, that can help turn others on to this great music.
I also release the albums for critical review at this point: if anybody runs a music review blog, or would like to submit one to an electronic or ambient music blog for consideration, you have my blessing to so so. You can also message me if you think you know a music outlet or music blogger that would be interested in a copy for review.
Magic Number Update:
1,478. I'm up over 200 Oblivions now. I intend to finish Oblivions in this pass, actually.