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This is another redo of a song lost on my dead Firewire drive. There's at least one previous version posted here. I'll leave it up for a while if anyone wants to compare and contrast.

Besides re-recording the tune, I also sped up the tempo a good bit from the original, other than that, everything's basically the same.

This is my first tune recorded with my new Epiphone LP-100 Les Paul. A very nice guitar for the money. Definitely affordable for those of us who really can't play guitar but want something impressive sounding and looking.
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Alpha waves are being beamed from outer space
Don’t you fret, Doctor Who is on the case

He and Mr. Spock have had a row
What will Captain Britain do now?

Look at Godzilla run down Tokoyo
Will Flash Gordon make Godzilla go?

Buck Rogers will have to save the day
But, in the end, the Martians got away

Go on and set the Wayback
To a time that came before
It’s 79, every thing’s fine
ooooeeeooooo oooo

Here comes the tin man looking for a heart
But Michael Myers cuts him all apart

Will Ben Kenobi be able to save the day
Or will he use the Force as he runs away

Nasa tries to tell us everything is fine
Just like the moonbase in Space 1999

Get ready for the transport
Step into the beam
Follow Plan 9 and every thing’s fine
ooooeeeooooo oooo

ooooeeeooooo oooo
ooooeeeooooo oooo
ooooeeeooooo oooo
ooooeeeooooo oooo

Poor Barbarella has gone right insane
Gamma rays begin to fry your brian

Use you raygun to try and raise the dead
To meet the zombies that live inside your head

Go on and set the Wayback
To a time that’s never been
It’s 79, every thing’s fine
ooooeeeooooo oooo
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Uploaded: Aug 27, 2006 - 01:40:51 AM
Last Updated: Jan 31, 2012 - 01:14:09 PM Last Played: May 26, 2019 - 12:07:23 AM
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GB, crappy sci-fi movies
said 4678 days ago (August 27th, 2006)
From the Tombs
Nice punk feel.
Reminds me of watchng New Wave Theater 25 years ago.
JOAN said 4675 days ago (August 30th, 2006)
1979 NYC
the whole package is superb........vox... guitar....excellent!!!!
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Macaudion said 4662 days ago (September 12th, 2006)
Dude, can be anymore varied/diverse w/ your talents - That was really good and I was an interesting and fitting use of your vox - Nice work on the arrangement too - I'm impressed mister, but then, you always do that to me - Signed, even more glad to be back me
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mikkinylund said 4655 days ago (September 19th, 2006)
This is me, sorry to say... Everything is brillian in this song; concept,
production, lyrics to performance... If I'd go to a club, this would be my
request for the evening, no doubt... Wow, when are the pogo generation
going to get back and throw "some" things around (including myself)...?

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Youra said 3822 days ago (December 30th, 2008)
Dr Who
I landed here by reading the Dr Who post. Your song is great, I loved it. I'm surprised how it has been ignored and underrated ! I hope the post will fix this MJ's injustice !
Well done, mate !
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