|Released||June 1, 2009|
Memory Vague compiles music videos sourced from YouTube videos and edited by Lopatin in Windows Movie Maker. It collects several videos previously uploaded to YouTube via Lopatin's sunsetcorp channel, including the profile-raising videos "Angel" and "Nobody Here." The DVD features several of Lopatin's "eccojams": audio-visual pieces which typically sample micro-excerpts of 80's sources and "slow them down narcotically" with effects such as echo and pitch shifting added in a manner reminiscent of chopped and screwed styles.
- Zones Without People
- Ships Without Meaning
- Memory Vague
- Nest 5900
- Chandelier's Dream
- Unmaking the World
- Heart of a Champion
- Computer Vision
- Nobody Here
- Daniel Lopatin – music
- Maxwell August Croy – design, layout
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