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Desc:Back in the 80s, Atari released an album promoting their new game about giant mutant space flies.
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Tags:Atari, 80s, wtf, Yars Revenge, stuck in my head for days
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Comment count is 16
It was never actually stated for what deed Yar was offended and obligated to take up revenge.
I didn't know either.



I'm not entirely sure who they want revenge against, humans or the other aliens? Or both?

Needs an "A Mighty Wind" tag.
Ea a oe's.

Yes, that would be very now-tro!

Syd Midnight
It reminds me, for some reason, of "Ballad of the Green Berets". I pictured SSgt Barry Sadler urging on a brave Galaxian clone.

Hugo Gorilla
There was also an Asteroids album with the same futuristic synth voices in the songs.
Anani MAsu

The 365 Days Project has that album and tons of other wonderful oddities.

Syd Midnight
I picked up both the Pac Man Fever and TNMT albums years ago from a cut-out bin, but neither was quite bad enough to be this glorious.

Okay, "Frogger's Lament" was a gem.
Sudan no1
who would buy or listen to this and enjoy it

I guess it depends on what you mean by "enjoy." There are not many New Wave folk songs about laser-shooting space bugs.

Didnt know the Police released a video game album.
I imagine a fly with a cowboy hat walking through the center of a dusty ghost town.
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