Far Future is an album created by Gavin Liuanium. The first song, Far Future, was uploaded onto YouTube on June 17, 2017. The final song, Apocalypse, was uploaded on August 5, 2017.


Another non-copyrighted album?Edit

Gavin Liuranium, a new YouTuber (as of 2017), didn't expect many people to use his songs. Just like Gamer Living, Far Future is another "test album". Once he reaches 100 subscribers, and is at a stable increase, Gavin says, he will start copyright-izing his songs.

Working on two albums simultaneouslyEdit

Gavin Liuanium has started working on the song Far Futureright after he finished The Blast, the 3rd song of Gamer Living. By the time Game Over was done, Far Futureand See the Sky were the only 2 songs in the album then.

Reaching 50 subscribers Edit

While working on this album, after he uploads his 4th song Futuric City, Gavin has seen his subscriber count go up to 50. He then uploaded a new song Space Flight as his 50 subscribers special video. He has then bypassed the number and had 51 subscribers as of July 29, 2017.

YTMonster re-enters the stage Edit

YTMonster had been once seen as a failure by Gavin after it failed to increase his number of subscribers and views once. After re-learning how to actually use the tool, Gavin has since returned to YTMonster and used it properly to increase his views and possibly attract subscribers to his channel.

On September 10, 2017, the whole album had a total view count of 1,997 views. Space Flight topped with 759 views, the second being Far Future with 572 views, third being Futuric City with 346 views.

On December 6, 2017, the album had a total view of 2,506. Space Flight topped, nearing 1,000 views at 946, the second being Far Future again with 727 views, third being Futuric City with 415 views. The next best performing song is Apocalypse with 289 views, but the last 2 are under 100 views. Far Future had only 71 views and See the Sky has 58.

On May 10, 2018, Space Flight reached 1,200 views. Around that time as well, Gavin Liuanium reached 500 subscribers. However, the views mainly come from his countryballs speedart, not his music videos. On that day, the whole album had a total of 2,862 views.

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