In which our mediocre hero finds interstellar inspiration on the dirt floor of a Medieval Times, and then finds himself nervous and alone on the fields of Pellennor, before finally irising out to black, and letting the credits scroll up the screen. Covers tracks 14-16 of Geek: Remixed III
In which our mediocre hero goes tilting at Gallifreyan Windmills while hitting switches, and then equips a friend with +5 boots of citysmashing, before juggling a couple coffee-stained beats down at the stationhouse. Covers tracks 11-13 on Geek: Remixed III
In which our mediocre hero uses a Geek: Remix as something closer to a blunt object with which to bludgeon and crush, before regressing back to calmer, lazier days thanks to the previous career of a Hall-of-Fame Internet Meme, and then shows his work on the Geek: Remix that’s closest to a science experiment than an actual piece of music. Covers tracks 8-10 of Geek: Remixed III.
In which our mediocre hero overcomes his fears of sacrilege by discovering that even more sacreligious feet have danced all over the classics, before indulging in one of the internet’s favorite pastimes, before almost crashing his car thanks to Terry Gilliam. Covers tracks 5-7 of Geek: Remixed III
In which our mediocre hero finds himself digging in strange crates, paying tributes to under-watched movies, before setting a ghost train on fire and explaining how a single video game helped teach him how to remix. Covers tracks 2-4 of Geek: Remixed III
In which our mediocre hero sidetracks himself by marveling at the pimp hand of one Tyrion Lannister, then his head explodes, then he pulls himself back together and travels back in time to when The final five Cylons finally got activated.
In which our mediocre hero traces the long life of a sad theme song before throwing that history in a blender, and approaches the themes to two of cinemas creepiest, craziest villains; one who wants to watch the world burn, one who wants to watch your heart burn… in his fist. Covers tracks 15-17 of Geek: Remixed II
In which our mediocre hero explains why he DIDN’T want to be Batman growing up, and how the work ethic of his fat 19 year-old self traveled into the future with him; why there’s a song inspired by sports on a remix album inspired by pop-culture; and what the hell made him think he could remix The Muppets? Covers tracks 14-16 of Geek: Remixed II
In which our mediocre hero builds himself a variety of houses: One to mope in, one to dance the tango in, and two others that are there just because sometimes it’s fun to build things, and other times its fun to wreck em. Covers tracks 10 through 14 of Geek: Remixed II
In which our mediocre hero learns too late of the awesome power of the Predator, and moves through a variety of dangerous jungles: The internet of the late 90s, the music industry of the mid 90s, all leading to the sound of something that should not be.