Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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$5USD or more
Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album
For those of you who enjoy physical copies of things, or flying discs, or coasters, or whatever, I've made it easier than ever to purchase the original CD version of "Hit and Run," right here on Bandcamp. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THIS IS SIMPLY THE SAME ORIGINAL CD THAT HAS ALWAYS EXISTED SINCE 2010 AND IT DOES NOT CONTAIN ANY OF THE BONUS TRACKS IN THIS OR THE CNB SPECIAL BANDCAMP EDITIONS. Sorry to yell. Thanks, I love you.
Includes unlimited streaming of Hit and Run (Unceremonious 8.5-Year Anniversary Edition)
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
About 8.5 years ago, some really excellent friends of mine released the digital Bandcamp version of my first EP, “Hit and Run,” through their net label, which they deliciously called Cheese N’ Beer. Like the tasty treats in the label's name, this business agreement was a perfect pairing, and one that we were — and still are! — all proud of. As the years have gone by, the label has sort of winded down, and in a completely friendly and totally amicable agreement, we’ve decided to give me full control of the Bandcamp version of this EP so I can include it in my own discography a little more seamlessly. So here it is, re-uploaded in all its original Game Boy glory!!
If you’ve already bought this album in any format, I don’t expect you to pay more money for it again, but I did want to set a minimum price — albeit a low one! — because hey, music has value. So, if it DID unfortunately disappear from your Bandcamp library and you realllllly want it back in there and need to buy it again, in addition to my most sincere apologies, I’m offering several special bonus tracks and other extra content, some of which was not available on either the original CD OR the CNB release!
"Free High Fives to the Face" (the original version of the first song I ever composed in LSDJ) and “Buck Fu,” both of which were previously available on the CNB version of this album, are here once again, in addition to another early favorite, “You’re Fired,” previously available on the original 8static compilation from a zillion years ago. I’ve also added two NEVER-BEFORE-RELEASED live versions of “Beat Reporter” and “Positron,” recorded in chiptune superhero Nick Maynard’s basement at a 2011 Rochester Chip Halloween show. They're a bit crackly at times, but I think it's worth it for the super smooth beautiful transition between the two songs and the fun live editing I did, which makes them interesting to compare to their studio-version companions.
What's more, the after-purchase download also includes some bonus unused/in-progress artwork (by the fantastic Jake Beadenkopf), a big version of the original live performance photo of me from the CD, and the full downloadable video for a live version of "I Quit" made by my great friends, Workers of the East!!
So yeah, hopefully you enjoy all this fun extra stuff!
Also, wait, holy crap, it’s been 8.5 years?! When did THAT happen?!
released August 3, 2019
Chipocrite is Paul Weinstein
All songs written and arranged by Paul Weinstein
Tracks 1-6 produced by Joey Mariano, Aleister Williams and Paul Weinstein
Tracks 10 & 11 recorded by Nick Maynard
Art by Jake Beadenkopf
Photo by Jess Cosca
Visuals in photo by Alex Bond
"I Quit" video by Workers of the East
Infinite thanks to: Joey Mariano, Aleister Williams, Jake Beadenkopf, Jess Cosca, Alex Bond, Don Miller, Josh Davis and the ACA crew, 8static, Pulsewave, CNB, Anthony Schmitt, Chris Zeglen, Carlson Stevens, MJP, Dennis McGuire and everyone at MEI, my parents, my family, my cats, my cohorts… Updated special thanks to everyone — and I mean EVERY ONE — who has helped make the past 8.5 years the absolute most rewarding of my entire musical life. Too many people to thank individually, but special shout-outs to Cleaversoft, Cheap Dinosaurs, Nick Maynard, Workers of the East, Weavers Way Co-op, and of course, my favorite in the world, Katie.
Chipocrite, a.k.a. Paul Weinstein, uses original Nintendo Game Boys, often accompanied by bass, guitar and/or other lo-fi
sequencers, to create complex audio masterpieces. His multifaceted but catchy compositions combine the nostalgic game sounds of his childhood with modern music influences....more