|The Humble Music Bundle|
|Available||Jul 26, 2012 — Aug 9, 2012|
The Humble Music Bundle was the fourteenth bundle from Humble Bundle, and the first Humble Bundle of music instead of games.
Purchasers could set their price from one cent up to as high as desired. The price could be divided any way between artists, the bundle itself, and two charities, EFF and Child's Play. Beating the average added the OK Go album.
The bundle included Favoritism by MC Frontalot, Album Raises New and Troubling Questions by They Might Be Giants, Calling All Dawns by Christopher Tin, Best of the Valkyria Chronicles by Hitoshi Sakimoto, and Jonathan Coulton's Greatest Hit (Plus 13 Other Songs) by Jonathan Coulton for any price. Beating the average price added Twelve Remixes of Four Songs by OK Go.
All albums are available in MP3 and FLAC, which are both DRM-free and compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux, and most portable music players (including iPod).
The bundle contains the following albums:
- Favoritism by MC Frontalot
- Album Raises New and Troubling Questions by They Might Be Giants
- Calling All Dawns by Christopher Tin
- Best of the Valkyria Chronicles by Hitoshi Sakimoto
- Jonathan Coulton's Greatest Hit (Plus 13 Other Songs) by Jonathan Coulton
- Twelve Remixes of Four Songs by OK Go