What is it? --It's the soundtrack from Digital Eel's first computer game, Plasmaworm.
Why does it sound so odd? --Because we like odd music, but also because it's "8 bit", and because it's made by a music generator within the game itself, and a trippy game at that.
Will it cause any harm? --We can't say for sure but it might grow on you. Eeee...
Does it cost money? --Nope. You can make a donation if you'd like to but that's up to you. (Our advice? $1000 per song.)
Can the tracks be freely shared? --Absitively and posolutely. We want you to have fun with them, and we want to support the public domain and encourage others to do so as well.
What is a plasmaworm? --A plasmaworm is a weird energy creature native to plasmatic starship systems and core temporal logic circuitry. It devours troublesome stray probabilities and disrupts invading plasmoidians, plasmanglers and dreaded cosmic ducks, and so, is considered to be a beneficial temporal parasite.
Fun fact to know and tell: These unusual lifeforms super-evolve independently of each other. Amazin'!
Are we kidding? --No, it's all true in the twisted minds of Digital Eel.
Are we through now? --Yes, so on with the show!
released 08 May 2011
All songs written by the mystery cook and performed by Plasmaworm.
Temporal Logic Grid Blues was assembled by Rich Carlson and is a Mystery Kitchen production.
Digital Eel's Nightmare Band is the house orchestra responsible for the "music" heard in Digital Eel games. It's members
include Phophorous (psychic force), several robots, two or three disgusting aliens and a hapless human named Rich Carlson. Digital Eel's Nightmare Band was formed in 4092. The group is currently touring the holiday moons of Arcturus IV....more