Tanner Hopkins This album has a really long name. Y'know what else it has? Some kickass chip-punk tunes.
The first track jumps right in with the awesome melding of chiptune and wailing guitars, with a vocalist m who has just the perfect balance between yelling, singing, and having an argument (just listen you'll see what I mean).
Above all, the lyrics are wonderfully creative and well-written. The lyrics alone could be poetry themselves, but the music they accompany brings together a tight package of punk and chip that I will be listening to for the rest of my days.
Favorite track: Scott of the Antarctic (Or Rather: The Story of the Story of Everest).