The Humble Music Bundle Features Valkyria Chronicles, OK Go, Jonathan Coulton, Christopher Tin, MC Frontalot, They Might Be Giants
The Humble Bundle formula is pretty flexible in its offerings. In the past you would purchase a Humble Bundle and get games for a variety of platforms and on top of that, you would get soundtracks too as a bonus So it didn’t really surprise me when the new Humble Bundle: The Humble Music Bundle solely consists of albums and my, what a collection it is (it’s a refreshing change as well, with all the bundles going around the market these days).
This time, you pay how much you want for 5 albums and if you were to exceed the average amount, you get an additional album! These albums are Calling All Dawns (Christopher Tin), Favoritism (MC Frontalot), Best of the Valkyria Chronicles (Hitoshi Sakimoto), Album Raises New and Troubling Questions (They Might be Giants), Jonathan Coulton’s Greatest Hit Plus 13 Other Songs (Jonathan Coulton) and the bonus album Twelve Remixes of Four Songs (OK Go).
That’s quite an impressive collection you got there Humble Music Bundle. A quick check on iTunes yielded a USD 9.99 selling price for just Christopher Tin’s album Calling All Dawns and here you just need to pay above USD 7.87 (at press time, this average figure was correct) to get SIX albums. The amount you pay goes in support of the musicians AND the to charity as well in the form of Child’s Play Charity and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
What are you waiting for? Head over to: http://www.humblebundle.com/