August 16th, 2005
|11:55 am - You got your transvestite in my video game! No, you got your video game on my transvestite!|
It's finished! And I'm begging you to pretend to care just long enough to download one or two tracks!
Science Fiction PC Speaker is a polyphonic PC speaker tribute to The Rocky Horror Show which combines all the worst aspects of 1980s video game music with everybody's favorite musical/sci-fi/sex/horror-comedy! All of the songs are represented including Once In Awhile and other material which was cut from the movie.
Most people are probably going to want to check out The Time Warp first since it's the most well-known, well-liked song in the soundtrack, but I recommend Sweet Transvestite or Dammit Janet instead because they sound more like the songs you're used to. The Time Warp is still The Time Warp, but after the first verse it gets a little weird on purpose. I tend to get bored with that song, and this was the only way I could convince myself to finish it.
Anyway, check it out. Really. This took me a long time and I'm looking for validation. I'll even make it easy for you by putting another link to the album right here.
Current Mood: accomplished
That really doesn't work very well when I spell it out.
Dude, that's like... 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7... shades of awesome and counting. The title is also quite... apt. Apt as in "Good job in thinking of a topical, title that is rhyming and in a way, a pun, ole chap" and not "American Players Theatre". For future reference. And stuff. Double Feature.
It's quite apt that you mention APT, as I'm leaving for there in about ten minutes. And I'm glad you like SFPCS.
When was the last time I told you you're my hero?
|Date:||August 16th, 2005 08:46 pm (UTC)|| |
I know. When I look in the mirror, I can't believe how awesome I am. I mean, how awesome I aaammmmm.
Out of curiosity, what do the people at work think of this?
Actually, I'm somewhat afraid to show it to my coworkers. Most of my coworkers are completely unaware of anything in my life that doesn't happen at work.
So I was just talking to Nettie (she says "HI" by the way) and I played a bit of 'Touch-a-toucha-..." for her. I think she got scared or something because she started saying, "turn it off, turn it off! That's horrible!" or something like that...
Meh. What does she know?
I work with her, I'm going to have to shake my finger at her for not getting the genious that is Colin's hot sexy polyphonic midi action.
*laughing* that's great colin! :) creature of the night
Thanks! Like I sort of told Lindsay, I really like the idea of somebody actually making a copy, putting it in their CD collection and forgetting about it so that their friends can find it and be all like, "What's wrong with you? Why do you even have this?"
That would be funny.
|Date:||August 17th, 2005 01:09 am (UTC)|| |
"ok...So, Can we put some REAL music in now?"--LINDZ
nice work . i like it and it is now on my PSP with more "SIN CITY" comics
by the by any one who was not at my halloween party 4 yrears ago(dont feel bad it sucked)disregard the heading, thank you
|Date:||August 17th, 2005 09:48 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: "ok...So, Can we put some REAL music in now?"--LINDZ
I have to admit though, it still doesn't quite top "I'm A Hottie For The Potty."
"can we listen to some good music?" I thought it was very good colin, so many sounds, the computer really is full of things.
I'm glad you approve. To be honest though, the thing that amuses me most about this is the thought that somebody might burn a copy, stick it in their CD rack and forget about it until somebody else is going through their CDs, pulls it out to listen to it and says, "dude, what is wrong with you?" This is something I did more for the "what the hell?!" factor than anything else. But I'm happy with it.
I really can't express how much this truely horrifies me. This is an unholy work of apocalyptic magnitude.....