Targets on Enceladus

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Enceladus is the sixth largest moon of Saturn. With a couple of spare minutes in between sleeping and studying, I managed to whip up two songs under the album Targets on Enceladus. I like the planet because it might have liquid oceans underneath its solid, icy crust. If it weren’t for Titan, this would be the coolest moon in the solar system. Almost literally.

Unfortunately, one of the two tracks were really terrible. I feel embarrassed by it. So I’ll release the other one instead. If you like it, do share it please. I can then make more. If you really like it and want to own it, you can download it too.

So, what do you think? I don’t think it’s terrible for a first album. Leave a comment.

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Upamanyu Acharya is a writer who doesn't write. Sometimes he's an artist, musician, photographer, physicist or lazy student. His hobbies include being vague, bending rules, time-travel, and embellishment of words. This is his personal blog where he writes on topics ranging from leadership skills to the consistency of jam.

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