Acosta Nation: Compilation For Hermes Acosta
|Acosta Nation: Compilation For Hermes Acosta|
|Release Type||Album (Compilation)|
|Label||You Are Already Dead Records|
|Release Date||May 3, 2013|
Acosta Nation: Compilation For Hermes Acosta is a compilation published through You Are Already Dead Records and mostly comprised of contributions from Living Room Visions Collective members, frequent SPF420 performers, and local Kansas bands. It is released as a tribute to Hermes Acosta, a notable early fan of vaporwave.
|1||Something And The Whatevers||We're Not Even Trying||3:57|
|4||Wally Tusk And The Film Club||Wizard Gandhi||3:09|
|5||Dean Monkey And The Dropouts||Dean's Theme||2:13|
|6||Electric Needle Land||Sleeping||2:13|
|7||R Type Final||Rock That Shit||5:36|
|8||Lost Trail||The Way We Inhabit The Landscape||3:49|
|10||The San Francisco Dead Rabbits||Interlude||1:52|
|11||James Discovers Math||God AM||4:20|
|12||Rev Gusto||Sooo Tired||2:06|
|13||sqrt(ur mother)||f in drone||4:07|
|15||Public Spreads The News||Move It||1:43|
|16||Ddean Cassidy||<3ly Skunk||2:01|
|18||hearts bonfire||Looking For Mountains..That's Fine I Guess||3:26|
|19||The Electric Nature||Invocation||14:10|
|20||日本人 (Japanese)||ダブステップ (Dubstep)||3:43|
|22||SALLY?||I Havn't Paid||1:05|
|23||Mormon Toasterhead||i can tell what you'll look like when you're old||2:37|
|25||Saint Pepsi||miss you||2:16|
|26||MJ Linckoln||Suite For Hermes||6:25|
|27||Panda Circus||Supertom And The 6-Dimensional Cat||5:22|
|28||Theo's Mystic Robot Orchestra||HA HA HA||1:53|
- Sparkle, Move It, ダブステップ (Dubstep), Flamingo, and miss you had all been previously released as SoundCloud singles by the respective artists.
- WINAMP SENSATION had previously been released under the name "YOUNG STRESS".
- The version of miss you used here is the SoundCloud version, which would later be reworked for Hit Vibes.
A few months ago, like many people in the Living Room Visions collective, I became very oddly interested in a man/child named Hermes Acosta. No one really knew how to feel about him. And to this day, I really don't know how to feel about him. He is either an ultimate troll or the mascot of the internet: either way, he's been a talking point on the internet for a while. So, without further notice, we present to you "Acosta Nation," a compilation dedicated to the infamous Hermes Acosta. Thank you to all the amazing people who contributed, and we hope you love it. :)