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Music: Home Stuck
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Homestuck's music is associated with and released by a small record label, called What Pumpkin (named after a popular Running Gag / meme from MS Paint Adventures as a whole). This small group of musicians has created a vast variety of original music in myriad genres and styles, and a similarly large variety of remixes and covers of both their own tracks and external ones, to the point that there is more than enough music to provide leitmotifs for everyone and everything in Homestuck.

By and large, the first several albums are composed entirely of music that has been used in the comic, but as the comic has gone on, the artists simply churn out more music than Andrew Hussie could ever possibly use, much to the benefit of the readers. As such, music on this page falls into one of three categories:
  • Numbered Volumes: Contain most of the music used in the comic, and pertain most closely to the events of the story.
  • Side Projects: Often explore groups or material running parallel to the story. At least two have been "composed" by characters in the comic itself.
  • Solo Albums: Beginning with the release of Strife note , Andrew has decided to showcase the talents of the individuals of the music team by giving them all a chance to perform solo. Typically, these albums explore genres not normally done on the team albums, and play around with the format more. These albums typically have music that does not appear in the comic at all.

The fans have also not been idle, and have made their own musical contributions.

Gushing about this stuff, of course, goes on the associated Awesome Music page. However, it is of note that the Homestuck label is perhaps the most successful label on Bandcamp, and while Bandcamp does not release direct statistics, many of the Homestuck albums are top sellers long after their releases.

Artists on the music team with their own pages:

The What Pumpkin music label is on the following albums:

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    Volumes 1- 4 
  • Homestuck Vols. 1-4 is a Compilation Re-release of the first, second, third, and fifth official releases of Homestuck music, re-released at a cheaper price. It covers music from Act 1 to the middle of Act 4. It was released on October 24, 2011, containing (almost) all the tracks of Volumes 1, 2, 3 and 4, as well as three "new" tracks, originally created in early 2010 to substitute for tracks removed due to dispute-related departures from the music team, but were not previously available in any other album; these three tracks are available separately for free. The original individual four albums note  are no longer available for purchase. It contains 41 songs:
    • Showtime (Piano Refrain) (featured in the first [S] update)
    • Harlequin (featured briefly here, and again at length here)
    • Showtime (Original Mix) (featured here)
    • Sburban Jungle (Brief Mix) (featured here; removed from the Volume 1-4 rerelease)
    • Aggrieve (Violin Refrain) (featured here)
    • Sburban Countdown (featured here, as the End of Act 1)
    • Aggrieve (featured here)
    • Showtime (Imp Strife Mix) (featured in three closely spaced parts)
    • Nannaquin (featured here)
    • Skies of Skaia (featured here)
    • Aggrieve (Violin Redux) (Bonus) (removed from the Volume 1-4 rerelease)
    • Harlequin (Rock Version) (featured here, in a minigame)
    • John Sleeps / Skaian Magicant (featured here and here; added in the Volume 1-4 rerelease, available for free)
    • Upward Movement (Dave Owns)note  (featured here)
    • Vagabounce (featured here)
    • Explore (featured here, as the End of Act 2)
    • Gardener (featured here; added in the Volume 1-4 rerelease, available for free)
    • Showtime Remix (featured as part of Jade's FreshJamz! music player)
    • Aggrieve Remix (featured as part of Jade's FreshJamz! music player)
    • Verdancy (Bassline) (featured as part of Jade's FreshJamz! music player)
    • Potential Verdancy (featured as part of Jade's FreshJamz! music player; added in the Volume 1-4 rerelease, available for free)
    • Beatdown (Strider Style) (featured here)
    • Harleboss (featured here and here)
    • Beatdown (Round 2) (featured here)
    • Dissension (Original) (featured here)
    • Dissension (Remix)
    • Ohgodwhat (featured as part of Jade's FreshJamz! music player)
    • Ohgodwhat Remix (featured as part of Jade's FreshJamz! music player)
    • Rediscover Fusion (featured as part of Jade's FreshJamz! music player)
    • Explore Remix (featured as part of Jade's FreshJamz! music player)
    • Chorale for Jaspers (featured here)
    • Pony Chorale (featured here, as an Easter Egg in the above flash, and again here as an Easter Egg in a later flash)
    • Revelawesome (featured here)
    • Hardlyquin (featured here)
    • Carefree Victory (featured here, as the victory theme music)
    • Ballad of Awakening (featured here)
    • Sburban Jungle (featured here, as the End of Act 3)
    • Three in the Morning (RJ's I Can Barely Sleep In This Casino Remix)
    • Doctor (featured here, as the opener for Act 4)
    • Endless Climb (featured here)
    • Atomyk Ebonpyre (featured here)
    • Black (featured here, on the one-year anniversary of Homestuck, and briefly here)
    • Doctor (Original Loop) (Bonus) (added in the Volume 1-4 rerelease)

     Midnight Crew: Drawing Dead 
  • Midnight Crew: Drawing Dead was the fourth official release and the first to mainly consist of music not used in the comic. It is a Fake Band album, based on the four members of the Midnight Crew, and is described by the creators as "jazz noir". It was released on February 4, 2010. It contains:
    • Three in the Morning (featured here, in the only Flash of the intermission)
    • Blue Noir
    • Dead Shuffle (featured here)
    • Hearts Flush
    • Knives and Ivory
    • Liquid Negrocity
    • Hollow Suit
    • Ante Matter
    • The Ballad of Jack Noir
    • Lunar Eclipse
    • Hauntjam
    • Carbon Nadsat / Cuestick Genius
    • Ace of Trump
    • Moonshine
    • Tall, Dark and Loathsome
    • Joker's Wild
    • Livin' It Up
    • Hauntjelly

     Volume 5 
  • Homestuck Vol. 5 is the sixth official release of Homestuck music for download. While not the first album to contain music not used in the comic, it takes the idea and runs wild with it. Despite the fact that it is called an "album", it has 65 songs note  . It covers music from the middle of Act 4 to partially through Act 5 Act 2, as well as replacing a few removed songs in Act 3. It was released June 13, 2010. It contains:
  • Homestuck Anthem (featured here, in the opener of Act 6)
  • Skaian Skirmish (featured here)
  • Savior of the Waking World (featured here, on the 612th day of Homestuck)
  • Clockwork Melody
  • Heirfare
  • Jade's Lullaby
  • Aggrievance
  • Hardchorale
  • An Unbreakable Union (featured here, as the first song)
  • Skaian Ride
  • White
  • Octoroon Rangoon (featured here, as part of Dave's Phat Dream Machine)
  • Pumpkin Cravings
  • Welcome to the New Extreme (featured here, as part of Dave's Phat Dream Machine)
  • Crystalanthemums (featured as part of Jade's FreshJamz! music player)
  • Skaia (Incipisphere Mix)
  • Sarabande
  • Clockwork Sorrow
  • Phantasmagoric Waltz (featured here, as part of Dave's Phat Dream Machine)
  • Sunslammer (featured here)
  • Lotus Land Story
  • Chorale for War
  • Unsheath'd (featured here, as part of Dave's Phat Dream Machine)
  • Versus (featured slightly remixed here)
  • Planet Healer (featured here)
  • Bed of Rose's/Dreams of Derse (featured briefly here)
  • Skaian Flight
  • How Do I Live (Bunny Back in the Box Version) (featured here and here)
  • Dupliblaze COMAGMA
  • Moonshatter
  • Sunsetter
  • Lotus
  • Ruins (With Strings) (featured here)
  • Ectobiology
  • Upholding the Law
  • Underworld
  • Crystamanthequins (featured here, in the only Flash of Act 5 Act 1)
  • Endless Climbing
  • Land of the Salamanders
  • Medical Emergency
  • Clockwork Contrivance
  • Get Up
  • Vertical Motion
  • The Beginning Of Something Really Excellent (featured here)
  • Pyrocumulus (Kickstart)
  • Skaian Skuffle
  • Throwdown
  • Valhalla
  • Amphibious Subterrain
  • Light
  • Softly
  • Greenhouse
  • Space Prankster
  • Ecstasy
  • Snow Pollen
  • Candles and Clockwork
  • Can Town
  • Plague Doctor
  • Enlightenment
  • Doctor Remix
  • Biophosphoradelecrystalluminescence
  • Song of Life
  • Descend (featured here, in the End of Act 4 and on the 413th day of Homestuck)
  • Homestuck (featured here, in the opener of Act 5 Act 2)

  • Alternia is the seventh official album. It is a solo album by Toby "Radiation" Fox, composed specifically with the trolls in mind, and is the first of the solo albums. It was released less than halfway through the Hivebent story arc of Homestuck, so it contains some themes that fit less than perfectly with the trolls they were intended to evoke. It also contains six bonus tracksnote , which are not listed as official because they are largely incomplete, inappropriate entirely for the characters, or remixes. It was released on July 18, 2010. It contains:
  • Crustacean
  • Showdown ("featured" briefly here)
  • mIrAcLeS
  • The Lemonsnout Turnabout
  • Phaze and Blood
  • psych0ruins
  • Walls Covered In Blood
  • Death of the Lusii
  • Virgin Orb
  • The La2t Frontiier (featured here, combined with two other songs)
  • Skaian Summoning
  • Spider's Claw (Bonus) (featured briefly here)
  • Staring (Bonus)
  • Keepers (Bonus)
  • The Thirteenth Hour (Bonus)
  • Theme (Bonus)
  • Walls Covered In Blood (DX)(Bonus)note 

  • Squiddles! is the eighth official album and another side album, this time recounting the exploits of a fictional television show's protagonists, Squiddles, as they use The Power of Friendship and The Power of Love to defeat Skipper Plumbthroat and the horrors of The Furthest Ring. It was released on August 26, 2010. It contains:
    • Squiddles! (briefly featured here)
    • Rainbow Valley
    • Squiddle Parade
    • Squiddle March
    • Tangled Waltz
    • Sun-Speckled Squiddly Afternoon
    • Squiddles Campfire
    • Friendship is Paramount
    • Lazybones
    • Tentacles
    • Squiddles Happytime Fun Go!
    • The Sound of Pure Squid Giggles
    • Squiddle Samba
    • Squiddles in Paradise
    • Squiddidle!
    • Catchyegrabber (Skipper Plumbthroat's Song)
    • Plumbthroat Gives Chase
    • Squiddles the Movie Trailer - The Day the Unicorns Couldn't Play
    • Carefree Princess Berryboo
    • Mister Bowman Tells You About the Squiddles
    • Ocean Stars
    • Let the Squiddles Sleep (End Theme) (featured here)
    • Friendship Aneurysm (Bonus) note  (briefly sampled here)

     The Felt 
  • The Felt is the ninth album and another Fake Band album, this time based on The Felt and accordingly themed around their array of time-based powers; the team refers to its style as "temporelechestral". It plays a lot with reversed and skipping tracks combined with classical music and synthesized music. It was released on December 2, 2010. It contains:

    • Jade Dragon
    • Swing of the Clock
    • Rhapsody in Green
    • Humphrey's Lullaby
    • Clockwork Reversal
    • Chartreuse Rewind
    • The Broken Clock
    • Apocryphal Antithesis
    • Trails
    • Baroqueback Bowtier (Scratch's Lament)
    • Scratch
    • Omelette Sandwich
    • Temporal Piano
    • Time Paradox
    • Eldritch
    • English (featured here for the second intermission)
    • Variations

     Volume 6: Heir Transparent 

  • Strife! is another solo album, this time by Joren "Tensei" de Bruin, consisting of seven new songs. It's primarily composed of Hard Rock songs, focusing on the original main cast of the kids, and interspersing each of their songs with their signature instrument. Notably, unlike most of the songs on this page, Tensei actually played and recorded all of the guitars and bass guitars on the album, rather than using samples. It was released February 16, 2011. It contains:
    • Stormspirit
    • Heir Conditioning (previewed briefly prior to release here)
    • Dance of Thorns
    • Time on my Side (featured here)
    • Atomic Bonsai
    • Knife's Edge
    • Make a Wish (Bonus)

  • AlterniaBound is the twelfth official album, based on the trolls and their exploits in Act 5 Act 2. In many respects it can be considered a sequel to Alternia. It consists of twenty two songs with eight bonus tracks. note . It was released on March 14, 2011. It contains:

  • Medium is the thirteenth official album and the third solo album, this one by Clark "Plazmataz" Powell. It focuses on the kids's Lands, with two songs for each one. The musical style is arranged and largely subdued environmental pieces; each theme also is played at least partially in the associated kid's musical instrument and style. It was released for Homestuck's second anniversary, albeit a little late on April 14, 2011. It contains:

     Volume 7: At the Price of Oblivion 
  • Homestuck Volume 7: At the Price of Oblivion is the fourteenth official album, released on May 31, 2011. Compared to some of the previous Volumes, it is a much darker album overall, reflecting the darker tone the story had taken at the time. It contains:
    • Black Rose / Green Sun (featured here)
    • At The Price of Oblivion (featured partially here)
    • Even in Death (featured here)
    • Terezi Owns (featured here)
    • Trial and Execution
    • The Carnival (featured here)
    • Spider8reath
    • Lifdoff
    • Awakening
    • Havoc To Be Wrought (featured here)
    • Play The Wind
    • Rumble at the Rink (featured here)
    • Let's All Rock the Heist
    • WSW-Beatdown
    • Earthsea Borealis
    • Warhammer of Zillyhoo (featured here)
    • Savior of the Dreaming Dead (featured here, remixed slightly, in parts 3, 4, and 5 of the End of Act 5)
    • Maplehoof's Adventure (Bonus)
    • Sburban Reversal (Bonus) (featured partially here)
    • White Host, Green Room (Bonus)note 

     Mobius Trip and Hadron Kaleido 
  • Mobius Trip and Hadron Kaleido is the fifteenth official released on May 31, 2011. It's the fourth solo album, this time from Michael Bowman. It's a themed album, unlike the others in that it is set during Sburb proper.backstory  It is unlike many of the Homestuck albums in that most of the songs are accompanied by vocals. It contains:

     The Wanderers 
  • The Wanderers is the sixteenth official album, released on July 14th, 2011. Another themed album, this time based on the Exiles, such an album having been long clamored for by the fans. It is self described as "ethnoelectric", being evocative of regional/tribal music and bringing Homestuck's penchant for synths into the mix. It contains:
    • Carapacian Dominion
    • Aimless Morning Gold
    • Endless Expanse
    • Gilded Sands
    • Years in the Future
    • Mayor Maynot
    • We Walk
    • Requiem for an Exile
    • Raggy Looking Dance
    • Riches to Ruins Movements I & II
    • Litrichean Rioghail
    • Ruins Rising
    • What a Daring Dream
    • Nightmare
    • Vagabounce Remix (Bonus)
    • Tomahawk Head (Bonus)

  • Sburb is the seventeenth official album, released on July 13th, 2011. It is the fifth solo album, composed by Tyler Dever and performed by Erik "Jit" Scheele. It is performed entirely on the piano and includes sheet music with purchase of the album. It contains:
    • The Prelude
    • Genesis
    • Eden
    • Exodus
    • Requiem
    • The Meek
    • Chronicles
    • Rapture
    • Creation
    • Revelations I
    • Revelations II
    • Revelations III

     Prospit & Derse 
  • Prospit & Derse is the eighteenth official album and the sixth solo album, this time from Jeremy "Solatrus" Iamurri. It was released on August 22nd, 2011. It focuses on the planets of Derse and Prospit, themed roughly around the four kids exploring the two planets. It is split between two genres, the first half of the album being upbeat classical pieces while the later half is more dark electrical. The tracks are mostly played with the instruments associated with the kidsnote . It consists of eight tracks, the first four applying to Prospit and the latter four to Derse note .
    • Hallowed Halls
    • The Golden Towers
    • Prospit Dreamers
    • Center of Brilliance
    • Darkened Streets
    • The Obsidian Towers
    • Derse Dreamers (featured here, as part of Dave's Phat Dream Machine.)
    • Core of Darkness

     Volume 8 
  • Volume 8 is the nineteenth official album, released on October 25 2011, the same date as the massive End of Act 5 flash. It has 41 tracks including the bonus songs. It returns to more of Homestuck's chiptune/electrical roots, with heavy infusions of later orchestral and rock elements present as well.
    • Calamity
    • Do You Remem8er Me
    • Flare (featured here, remixed slightly, in part 3 of the End of Act 5)
    • Galactic Cancer
    • Serenade
    • Frog Forager
    • Love You (Feferi's Theme)
    • Ocean Stars Falling
    • Escape Pod
    • Davesprite (featured here)
    • Airtime
    • Frog Hunt
    • Terraform
    • Unite Synchronization (featured here and here)
    • Homefree
    • Galaxy Hearts
    • Scourge Sisters
    • Arcade Thunder
    • Pyrocumulus (Sicknasty)
    • Kingside Castle
    • Temporary
    • Gust of Heir
    • Afraid of the Darko
    • Even in Death (T'Morra's Belly Mix) (featured here, as both the beginning and end of Act 6 Act 4)
    • Bargaining with the Beast
    • Frostbite
    • The Lost Child
    • Questant's Lament
    • Hussie Hunt
    • Havoc
    • Drift into the Sun
    • Infinity Mechanism (featured here)
    • Revered Return
    • Judgment Day
    • Lotus (Bloom)
    • Cascade (featured here, as the composited full track of the End of Act 5note )
    • I'm a Member of the Midnight Crew (Acapella) (featured here)
    • How Do I Live (D8 Night Version) (Bonus)
    • Cascade (Beta) (Bonus) (featured here, remixed slightly, in parts 1 and 2 of the End of Act 5note )
    • Black Hole / Green Sun (Bonus) (featured here, in parts 6 and 7 of the End of Act 5)
    • Carefree Action (Bonus)
    • null (Bonus) note 

     Song of Skaia 
  • Song of Skaia is the twentieth official album and seventh solo album, released January 1, 2012. It is a solo single release by Mark Hadley (with vocals and lyrics by Tarien Ainuvė), and the shortest Homestuck album, with only 3 tracks. It is mainly based on a previous song of Hadley's, 'Skies of Skaia', from Volume One.

     Colours and Mayhem 
  • coloUrs and mayhem is actually two releases, the twenty-first and twenty-second official releases respectively. They are the results of a fan music contest and therefore all songs are from musicians not associated with the Music Team. However, many songs were renamed and some were reassigned to different characters. Because so many songs were selected, it is split into two albums, subtitled Universe A and Universe B. Universe A is primarily ambient and orchestral songs, while Universe B is more energetic and lively. Both albums also display heavy influences of rock, chiptune, and electronic music. They are mostly composed of original songs, though Universe B does include several remixes.
    • Universe A was released on April 2, 2012. It focuses on the Troll Session and Alternia and consists of 32 tracks note .
      • —SIDE 1—
      • Rust Servant original name 
      • Bronze Rebel original name 
      • Gold Pilot original name  (featured partially here)
      • Iron Infidel original name  (featured partially here)
      • Olive Scribe original name 
      • Jade Mother original name 
      • Teal Hunter original name 
      • Cobalt Corsair original name 
      • Indigo Archer original name 
      • Purple Tyrant original name 
      • Violet Mariner original name 
      • Fuchsia Ruler original name  (featured here)
      • —SIDE 2—
      • Rust Maid original name  ( featured here)
      • Bronze Page original name 
      • Gold Mage original name 
      • Iron Knight original name 
      • Olive Rogue original name  (featured here)
      • Jade Sylph original name  (featured here)
      • Teal Seer original name  (featured here, not that you'll really notice it due to the song it's been combined with, and also here)
      • Cobalt Thief original name 
      • Indigo Heir original name  (featured here)
      • Purple Bard original name  (featured here)
      • Violet Prince original name  (featured here)
      • Fuchsia Witch original name 
      • Your Universe
      • Superego
      • Made of Time
      • Nine Lives One Love
      • Temporal Shenanigans
    • Universe B was released on April 13th, 2012, for Homestuck's third anniversary. It focuses primarily on characters from the Human Sessions. It consists of 32 songs.
      • —SIDE 1—
      • Green Ghost original name 
      • Orchid Horror original name  (featured here)
      • Red Disc original name 
      • Blue Atom original name 
      • —SIDE 2—
      • Cyan Beast original name 
      • Pink Cat original name 
      • Orange Hat original name 
      • Emerald Terror original name 
      • Squiddle Song
      • Pendulum
      • Pale Rapture
      • Do The Windy Thing
      • Pilot Light
      • Ohgodcat
      • Cupcake Girl
      • Phantasmic Youngsters
      • Battle Brotocol
      • Bec Noir
      • The Vast Glub
      • WV: Become the Mayor of Cans
      • March of the Batterwitch
      • Coolkid
      • Clockstopper
      • Dapper Dueling
      • Checkmate
      • Vodka Mutiny
      • Dord Waltz
      • Rustless Fall
      • Pipeorgankind (featured here)

     Volume 9 
  • Volume 9 is the twenty-third official release and focuses on characters from Act 6. It was released on June 12, 2012, in recognition of Act 5 Act 1 (or Hivebent)'s second anniversary. It hearkens back to Volume 1, and was intended to originally be a parallel to it, but as Act 6 diversified from Act 1, so did Volume 9. Thus many of the tracks are Call Backs to previous tracks, and overall the album has more of a chiptune and orchestral tone. It has 51 tracks.
    • Crystalmethequins
    • Anbroids V2.0 (an earlier version is featured here)
    • Trepidation
    • Firefly
    • Whistling Jackhammer
    • Ugly Betty
    • Hate You (featured partially here)
    • Pumpkin Party in Sea Hitler's Water Apocalypse
    • Skaianet
    • Another Jungle (featured partially here as part of the End of Act 6 Act 2)
    • GameGrl (Original 1993 Mix) (featured here, combined with another song)
    • A Little Fight Mewsic
    • Austin, Atlantis
    • Despot
    • Stress
    • Minihoof's Adventure
    • Encore
    • Expedition
    • Elephant Gun
    • Miasmajesty
    • Jane Dargason
    • Before the Beginning and After the End
    • Bridge of Stars
    • Cumulating Dreams
    • Busting Makes Me Feel Good
    • Everything is Something to Somebody
    • iRRRRRRRRECONCILA8LE (featured here)
    • I'm a Member of the Midnight Crew (Post-Punk Version)
    • Three in the Morning (Aftermath)
    • Lancer
    • Three's a Crowd
    • Break Shot
    • Portrait
    • Negative Aperture
    • Sweet Dreams, Timaeus
    • Red Miles
    • The Changing Game
    • Requited
    • Princess of Helium
    • Moonsetter
    • Candles and Clockwork (Alpha Version)
    • Coursing
    • Cairo Overcoat
    • Battle Against an Unfathomable Enemy
    • Noirscape
    • Dogfight
    • A Taste for Adventure (featured partially here as part of the End of Act 6 Act 2 and here as the opener of Act 6 Act 5)
    • Stargaze
    • Another Countdown (Bonus)
    • Frustracean (Bonus) (featured here)

     Symphony Impossible to Play 
  • Symphony Impossible to Play is the twenty-fourth official release and eighth solo album, this time by Clark "Plazmataz" Powell. It is his second solo album, the first being Medium. It is a short concept album, of a symphonic arrangement of existing Homestuck tracks. It was released on August 1, 2012.
    • I - Overture
    • II - Sarabande
    • III - Serenade
    • IV - Anthem

     One Year Older 
  • One Year Older is the twenty-fifth official release and ninth solo album, this time by Erik "Jit" Scheele. It is an album focused on John's journey through the first five acts, conveyed primarily using piano. It consists of seventeen tracks.
    • Sunrise
    • October
    • Firefly Cloud
    • FantasyP
    • Underfoot
    • Flying Car
    • Cancerous Core
    • Game Over
    • Unlabeled
    • Skaian Shrapnel
    • The Scratch
    • Respit
    • Negastrife
    • Mother
    • Eston "silence" Schweickart - Another Chance [Bonus]
    • Under the Hat [Bonus]
    • Mother (Piano) [Bonus]

     Genesis Frog 
  • Genesis Frog is the twenty-sixth official release and the tenth solo album, this time by Alexander Rosetti. It is an album focused on the Consorts of the Human Session and Bilious Slick, as well as being tangentially related to Jade, using a symphonic palette and a goofy style. It consists of 19 tracks.
    • Prelude
    • Pondsquatter
    • Our Glorious Speaker
    • Prospitian Folklore
    • Consorts' Intermezzo
    • Buy NAK Sell DOOF
    • Pink Shells
    • Entrance of the Salamanders
    • Thip of the Tongue
    • Frogs' Intermezzo
    • Breeding Duties
    • Stoke the Forge
    • Great LOFAF Expedition of 2009
    • The Temple's Withered Bloom
    • Bilious
    • Speaker (Skaia's Reflection)
    • The Vast
    • Pondsquatter (Live Chamber Version) (Bonus) note 
    • Frogsong (Bonus)

  • Cherubim is the twenty-seventh official release and is focused on the two Cherub characters, Calliope and Caliborn. The tracks follow a theme of duality, with the first track in a pair representing Calliope and the second track representing Caliborn. It consists of 11 tracks.
    • Reverie
    • Power Fantasy
    • Stellarum Salve
    • Carne Vale (featured here)
    • Green Lolly
    • Red Sucker
    • Constant Confinement
    • Constant Conquest
    • The Lyrist
    • The Lordling
    • Eternity Served Cold note  (featured partially here)

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