Original music from the video game Rad Skater Apocalypse, the first game produced by indie game developer Muzboz in Melbourne. Tribute to the Amiga era, "I Miss My Amiga 500" is included as a bonus track. Watch music video for "I Miss My Amiga 500" on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaLFAlUp1U8 The music for Rad Skater is composed by Guney Ozsan from Istanbul, Turkey. Rad Skater Apocalypse soundtrack became the debut EP of his electronic project Analog Sheep. Murray and Guney met through their adoration of the Amiga, and the amazing games and music from their childhood, growing up in the late 80's, and through this bond, came to work together on Rad Skater. Murray says, "Rad Skater is a homage to the games machines that I loved when growing up in the 80's... the Atari 2600, the C64, the IBM Compatible, the Megadrive and the Amiga. Me and Guney got talking on a game developer forum, and he had loved reading my blog-post about how my brother had to convince dad to buy us an Amiga around 1989... Soon afterwards, he sent me a track he'd written... an ode to the Amiga. It encapsulated much that I love about the machine, and had a great computer-game feel to it. A month or two later, I was looking far and wide for a dancey chip-tunes soundtrack for Rad Skater Apocalypse, and asked Guney if he'd be interested in writing an original soundtrack for the game! The rest is history."