1. Steampunk Vol. 1 - Lullabye for Lizzie - by Hellblinki
Lullabye for Lizzie by Hellblinki
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1N7Q/?tag=buzz0f-20 A brand new song from the Hellblinki… Broken tooth blues in a Tux, choral fantasies for agnostic angels, peg-leg waltzes on the rim of Mt. Vesuvius… Psycho-cabaret, southern fried with guerrilla operatics. Hellblinki is prone to suprise, tension, and dramatic release. Dark and experimental, Hellblinki mixes elements of American folk, European cabaret, and Punk Rock experimentation into an intoxicating brew of transcendent madness.
2. Steampunk Vol. 1 - The Killer-The Magnificent SevenBy
The Killer by The Magnificent Seven
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1N7Q/?tag=buzz0f-20 All the way from Sweden, The Magnificent Seven offers dark and haunting melodies inspired by the Scandinavian melancholy and all those strange and twisted tales from the dark side of life.
3. Steampunk Vol. 1 - Terpsichore- by Strange Artifact
Terpsichore by Strange Artifact
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1N7Q/?tag=buzz0f-20 Strange Artifact is the premiere steampunk band of Japan. Through 130JET’s fantastical music and MaRy’s enchanting vocals, they strive to build a better past of the future that never was.
Thick As Thieves -Loreli Pt. III- by Dr. Carmilla
Made in England. Solo artist, composer and multi-instrumentalist, Dr. Carmilla weaves songs of madness, disease and love in a dystopian future, sewn together from the threads of a post-apocalyptic past.
5. Steampunk Vol. 1-The Beer Hall In Hell - by Veronique Chevalier
The Beer Hall In Hell by Veronique Chevalier
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1N7Q/?tag=buzz0f-20 From France and now living in the US, described as A Twisted Edith Piaf From An Alternate Reality, MADemoiselle Veronique also dabbles in wordplay, creating steam-friendly originals and parodies that polka fun at everything from One-Up-Cogsmanship, to Cthulhu.
6. Steampunk Vol. 1-Valentine- by Sunday Driver
Valentine by Sunday Driver
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1N7Q/?tag=buzz0f-20 From London and Cambridge, England, the fantastic band Sunday Driver blend together Indian and British influences from past and present with the help of a pumpkin, a melon and the skin of a goat.
7. Steampunk Vol. 1-The silent have names-by Platform One
The silent have names by Platform One
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1N7Q/?tag=buzz0f-20 From Philadelphia in the US, Platform One is darkness and dance music fused together. They combined the best of the 1880’s and the 1980’s aesthetic with relevance.
8. Steampunk Vol. 1 - On a 45- by This Way to the Egress
On a 45 by This Way to the Egress
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1N7Q/?tag=buzz0f-20 Based out of Philadelphia This Way to the Egress is an Ole Tymey Gypsypunk Cabaret. With a valiant effort to bring the show back to the people they are a revolving door of musical mayhem, sideshow, burlesque, and comedy leaving a modern twist on the good old days of Vaudeville.
9. Steampunk Vol. 1- For the Killers- By Unwoman
For the Killers by Unwoman
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1NNU/?tag=buzz0f-20 Unwoman (aka Erica Mulkey) is a San Francisco-based cellist-singer-songwriter. Layered with skillful cello, rich vocals, and electronically arranged beats, her solo music is a futuristic homage to her classical training.
10. Steampunk Vol. 1 - House of Cards- by Frenchy and the Punk
House of Cards by Frenchy and the Punk
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1N7Q/?tag=buzz0f-20 Euro-American duo Frenchy and the Punk fuse raucous live guitar looping, cheeky ballads sung in English and French, danceable old-world inspired melodies and thunderous tribal-march-style drum instrumentals. Get transported to a world full of humor, theatricality, whirling dance and bohemian spirit. World cabaret served with a twist of vaudeville and a dash of steampunk flavoring rooted in folk, punk and the vineyards of southern France.
11. Prologue of The Hellfire Chronicles: Blood In The Skies, read by the author
Prologue of The Hellfire Chronicles: Blood In The Skies, read by the author.
Chapter One of The Hellfire Chronicles: Blood In The Skies, read by the author G. D. Falksen
12. Steampunk Vol. 2 - Glory -Blood in the Skies Mix - by The Clockwork Dolls
Glory -Blood in the Skies Mixbyby The Clockwork Dolls
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1NNU/?tag=buzz0f-20 Hailing from the port of Baltimore, MD, Allison Curval and Helene de Fer began The Clockwork Dolls in 2007 with a simple idea: To create music that serves not only as a means of the listener recreation, but also as the means of story narration.
13. Steampunk Vol. 2 -Goggles- by The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing
- Goggles - by The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1NNU/?tag=buzz0f-20 Old school punk rock. Like, REALLY old school. Genuine 100% actual Londoners, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing come from a past which probably never happened via a present they didn’t want. Less steampunk and more Steampunk, the British four piece mix Anarchy and Anachrony in equal measure. Expect a robot Sid Vicious covering Slayer in an 1877 East End Music Hall: a murky mix of Doctor Who, Doctor Watson and Doctored History. Not for the faint hearted or those of a delicate disposition.
14. Steampunk Vol. 2 -The Cruel Intentions Of Time- by The Wet-Glass RO
The Cruel Intentions Of Time by The Wet-Glass RO
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1NNU/?tag=buzz0f-20 From Lincoln, Lincolnshire. The Wet-Glass RO, headed by the infamous Captain Caspar Byron and the genius Doctor Aegis Mutton, is a varied duo of eclectic styles and musicality. Orchestrally lead and accompanied with heavy electronic elements, the WGRO sound is a distinct blend of the old and new.
15. Steampunk Vol. 2 -Railroad Track-by Imaginary Airship
Railroad Track by Imaginary Airship
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1NNU/?tag=buzz0f-20 Imaginary Airship is a one-of-a-kind four piece rock outfit from Portland, Oregon. The band formed in 2006 and began to acquire a devoted fan base across the United States with their unique mixture of ambient, electronic soundscapes and melodic pop songs.
16. Steampunk Vol. 2 -The Man Who Learnt To Fly-by Tom Slatter
The Man Who Learnt To Fly by Tom Slatter
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1NNU/?tag=buzz0f-20 Tom Slatter is a composer, singer and songwriter who composes, records, plays and teaches in London, England. He released his second solo album IronBark in July 2011.
17. Steampunk Vol. 2 -Blood in the skies-by Victor Sierra by
Blood in the skies by Victor Sierra
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1NNU/?tag=buzz0f-20 From France Victor Sierras transversal universe is made of sound and visual explorations and knows no limit.
A powerful and imposing rhythmic set roars in the engine room of a baroque vessel sailing on a rough sea to mysterious lagoons and ice fields on fire.
Their melodies wind up and stretch out just like furious fever peaks. Words from varied origins open up to new roads that always take you further away.
On stage, Anouks, Bobs and Big Machines energies invite you to go beyond the horizon line, to be stirred in unison and to live unpredictable experiences. Victor Sierra just will not get lost on beaten tracks, they sublimate their past and look to the future.
18. Steampunk Vol. 2 -Smoke & Mirrors- by GhostFire
Smoke & Mirrors by GhostFire
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1NNU/?tag=buzz0f-20 The music of London band Ghostfire resonates to the debauched decadence and absinthe-fuelled anarchy of life in the 1880s. Stalking the cobbled streets, lurking in the shadows of the darkest alleyways. Dare you glance beyond the safety of the guttering gaslights to where the gin-soaked moxie plies her trade, the dipper watches his mark and the drunken sailor staggers blindly.
This is the shadowy world of villains, rogues and rascals that the music of Ghostfire calls home.
19. Steampunk Vol. 2 -Eveen- by Lifes Decay
Eveen by Lifes Decay
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1NNU/?tag=buzz0f-20 Life’s Decay is a French project, based in Paris. It was born at the beginning of 2003. Lyktwasst is the author.
Since its creation, six main albums have been born. Until 2005, Lyktwasst was alone in the center of the project, realizing everything, from the concept to the accomplishment. In 2008 Alea joined the project a talented singer, writer and skilled at all manner of classical acoustic instruments.
Life’s Decay has the will to create a personal universe, musically and visually, influenced by eclectic universes dark classical acoustic music, steampunk industrial, experimental pop-rock.
20. Steampunk Vol. 2 -Until the End-by Escape The Clouds
Until the End by Escape The Clouds
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1NNU/?tag=buzz0f-20 As Escape the Clouds, Mark Rossmore tells steampunk stories through music and words. Capturing sounds and influences from the world over, he combines them with modern songwriting and techniques.
21. Steampunk Vol. 2 -Savior of the Skies- by The Cog is Dead
Savior of the Skies by The Cog is Dead
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006IY1NNU/?tag=buzz0f-20 The Cog is Dead is a steampunk band with a bit of a musical identity crisis, playing music of various styles. Their influences range from rock and roll to ragtime to russian folk music and movie scores. Along the way they have discovered several types of marvelous music which has helped to inspire their own.
22. Steampunk Vol. 2 - Zeppelins - by The Absinthe Drinkers
Zeppelins by The Absinthe Drinkers
Out of Philly, The Absinthe Drinkers spawn catchy, original pop/funk/rock/whatever songs from works of literature ancient and modern. The Drinkers have funkified Baudelaire, punkified Shakespeare, and rockified a number of modern writers.
23. Chapter One of The Hellfire Chronicles: Blood In The Skies, read by the author
Chapter One of The Hellfire Chronicles: Blood In The Skies, read by the author G. D. Falksen
Steampunk Vol1 & Vol 2. These are the 21 Steampunk songs and bands of the first ever Steampunk soundtrack, put together for G. D. Falksen’s novel The Hellfire Chronicles: Blood In
The Skies www.amazon.com/Hellfire-Chronicles-Blood-Skies/dp/1434432084 . This musical compilation represents the combined work of some of the top award winning steampunk bands and musicians from across the world, who have come together to provide you with music to listen to while reading Blood In The Skies. The soundtrack also features an exclusive preview of the book, read by the author.
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