The Nerdcore Network The one stop shop for your Nerdcore fix! Fri, 20 Mar 2015 06:00:06 +0000 en-US hourly 1 43612900 YTCracker – Earthbound: Adventures of the Sound Stone (Vol. 1) Fri, 21 Dec 2012 19:40:10 +0000 —–Download this Album—–]]>

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released 21 December 2012

hack the planet
lyrics and stupid rapping by ytcracker
beats by freshley crusher/@fcrusher (1,2,3,5) and dicepticon/@beats (4,6)
originals composed by keiichi suzuki and hirokazu tanaka

free jeremy hammond:

Benjamin Bear – Bearsides Fri, 21 Dec 2012 15:41:45 +0000 —–Download this Album—–]]>

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“Bearsides” is a collection of Benjamin Bear’s B-sides and outtakes spanning the last 3 years, including several rare songs that were only available on MySpace as part of random side projects, as well as cuts from projects that never saw the light of day.

Each track has been newly remastered and collected together to be officially released for the first time. Experience Benjamin Bear’s most random album yet!

Benjamin Bear – Wizard Fri, 14 Dec 2012 15:18:05 +0000 —–Download this Album—–]]>

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The evil wizards who run the music industry have gone too far! Benjamin Bear has had it up to here with this occult sorcery, and has dipped deep into his mana pool to provide the listener with some countermeasures against the evil magicks of the dark forces that seek to control the minds of America….nay, the entire world!
He can’t do it alone, however….so he’s enlisted the help of six of the most powerful wizards he knows. Together, they will fight the forces that threaten to claim your very soul for the ultimate darkness.
If you don’t download this album, YOUR SOUL IS IN PERIL.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops II Beat by @SkripMusic (Free Download) Fri, 07 Dec 2012 17:06:11 +0000 ↓ Read the rest of this entry...]]>

I was emailed this the other day, and thought it was so awesome that I couldn’t help but share it with everyone.

I’ve been listening to it while working on the site rebuild, and it’s pretty much been on repeat.
(I code better to jazz and hip hop instrumentals for some reason.)

Make sure to give it a listen, and if you like it give him a follow @Skripmusic for more!

Let the restructuring begin! Mon, 03 Dec 2012 20:29:55 +0000 ↓ Read the rest of this entry...]]> Well, I promised it, and I usually deliver on my promises.

That means that we’re rebuilding The Nerdcore Network and directly affiliating it with Channel Zero (

With this re-structuring, you’ll see a shift in site and forum management, which I’m going to keep on the hush until they decide to oust themselves.

Keep your eyes and ears peeled like bananas, because this shit is bananas, and shit.

2d6 – Hey Fartface, Sun, 01 Jul 2012 22:34:20 +0000 —–Download this Album—–]]>

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Sup guise, I heard you like rap. 2d6 is back with a new album to quench that rap-thirst.

“Hey Fartface,” (comma included in the title, suck it grammar nerds) the sophomore album from your favorite dice related hip-hop group, features collaborations from 1d2 aka Dynamo Dash, the Emerald Empire’s own Shubzilla, fellow Ohio nerd/rapper MC Cool Whip, and some dude we know named Grynamo Grash.

We have songs about pooping on dance floors, nostalgia for 1992, the downfalls of living life as a non-playable character, and many more. So, if only to mock us, go get yourself a copy of “Hey Fartface,” and throw that ish in the CD player (do people still use CDs? I don’t know, but I hope so.)

Oh yeah, also on our bandcamp, is a new re-mixed and re-recorded “Pat Benatar Told Us To Stop Doing This: The Remix – ‘Tar Harder” and our b-sides/live album “Burritos ‘Til I Die.” While you’re there, you should check those out too.

Benjamin Bear – Tuesday Mon, 28 Feb 2011 17:27:13 +0000 ↓ Read the rest of this entry...]]>

Produced, recorded, mixed, and mastered by Benjamin Bear at The Temple of Elemental Evil in Winter Park, Florida.

Cover photos by Robin Thompson

All words and music by Benjamin Bear, except:

Crack That Whip has additional lyrics by Rappy McRapperson.
Special Delivery contains a sample of “Paperboy” written by Mark Cooksey. Words by Benjamin Bear and Wordburglar.
How to Die In the Middle of Florida contains a sample of “Jolly Flying Man” written by Keiichi Suzuki. Additional lyrics by MC Wreckshin
Fatal Fight contains a sample of “Eye of the Tiger” written by Frankie Sullivan and Jim Peterik. Additional lyrics by MC Gigahertz.
Here, You Can Have This Back contains samples of “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe” written by Shuki Levy and “Wherever I May Roam” written by James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich. Additional lyrics by Betty Rebel and Schaffer the Darklord.
Detonator has additional lyrics by Deafinition.
Regular Programming contains a sample of “Heroes of the Lance” written by Seni Toda. Some lyrics borrowed from “I’m The Slime” written by Frank Zappa.
Everyday Science You Can Do At Home contains a sample of “She Blinded Me With Science” written by Thomas Dolby and Tim Kerr. Words by Benjamin Bear and YTCracker.
Broken Windows contains a sample of “Because” written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney with additonal vocals by Marc with a C.
Spirit of the Night contains a sample of “Spirit of the Night” written by Hiroki Kikuta.

Special Thankyous and Shout-outs:

I really want to thank everyone who made this album possible both by being around in my life and/or directly contributing to the music so big ups, thanks, high fives, hugs, and manly fistbumps to:

My family, and most importantly my parents Michael and Debbie Woods, who decided to let me live a weird life based around making music and not pursuing a real job, and all the friends and collaborators who have hung out with me and gotten drunk: Michael Sweeney, Barbara Huntley, Nicholas Carman (congrats on the baby), Steven Rush, Indiana Felix De la Cruz, Marc Sidoreus, Josh Katz, Robin Thompson, Phillip “Madman” Shea, Josh Montgomery, Mark Schaffer, Bryce Case Jr., SJ the Wordburglar, Patrick Nelson, Eli McGinnis, Daniel Snyder (who I apologize to for getting verses sent to me and then never using them), and everyone who sells me energy drinks, beer, and all the other stuff I put in my body that I probably shouldn’t. lol, “stuff I put in my body.”

In closing, I’d just like to say that nerdcore is racist and dead, and we should all ignore it forever. Free High-C. Rhyme Torrents forever. was a joke. Etc.

Ok, I think that about wraps up the last two years.

Peace out,
Benjamin T. Bear
(The “T” is for “Tiberius”)

(ok, not really. I never made a fake middle name for my stage name)

Emergency Pizza Party – Shine Avenue Fri, 18 Jun 2010 23:57:20 +0000 —–Download this Album—–]]>

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Shine Avenue marks the return of Emergency Pizza Party with its first release in almost two years! This album also celebrates their first release on Scrub Club Records. Shine Avenue features a lot of hard work and full dedication by everyone in the group. Many sleepless nights and full-on time with the band without hardly seeing the light of day. We are very happy to get this out for all of our fans, family, and friends, basically everyone who has stuck by EPP all these years. We also would like to give a big thank you to our families and our significant others that had to put up with us through the production of this album, as we spent all of our free time over the past several months to put this project out. We are very happy to be joining forces with Scrub Club Records, and look forward to our future with them as we progress with Emergency Pizza Party.

YTCracker – Chrono Nurga (Vol. 1) Tue, 20 Oct 2009 18:33:30 +0000 —–Download this Album—–]]>

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recorded and written in < 24 hrs stardate 20091020
shouts to the usual.
distribute at will.
all beats except magus’ theme produced by compromised and jc.
magus’ theme produced by euphonik.
album art by ry.


Emergency Pizza Party – Z.E.D. (Zombie Emergency Defense) Tue, 21 Oct 2008 16:32:09 +0000 —–Download this Album—–]]>

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Z.E.D. (Zombie Emergency Defense) is a badass play on the old radio shows of the past, when families would huddle around their radio receiver to listen to amazing, thrilling theater… before the visuals of television. One part Hip Hop, one part zombies, and two parts total cheese, this concept album is a perfect listen for any lovers of brain-eaters, science fiction, low-budget horror, or the highest quality of bad acting available in audio format!

This audio drama is entirely ficticious. If there is an actual zombie outbreak in your area, seek immediate help from law enforcement officials, unless they’re already dead, in which case you’re on your own. For more information about the undead, consult your local library or visit your local Z.E.D. headquarters.