It can't be long now and science will have found a way to integrate computer processors into implants to allow us to run all kinds of programs in our heads - without the need for keyboards or monitors.
Imagine the possibilities!
3:21 minutes (3.07 MB) Silly Electro Comedy 1992
This is another weird one. The lyrics are some random dialogue from a kid-sci-fi-novel.
1:49 minutes (1.67 MB) Electronic Classic Minimal 1989
And here's the second track from my old 16-bit adaptation of Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition".
8:46 minutes (8.03 MB) Electronic Ambient 2000
A relaxing tune I quite like, even though it's almost minimalistic.
Here's the description for the cracked contest these pictures were made for: Movies about ghosts and other supernatural beings always leave out the awkward, sad moments that must come with being an outcast that makes everyone who sees them scream in terror. - my "Pinhead at the Barber's shop" made it in.
We all know that usually much more material is shot for a movie than ends up on screen - scenes get cut for time, or because they contain material not important for the movie's main plot and they somehow mess with the general flow...
Here's a few examples
The space toilet first seen in Star Trek V actually was first shown in this scene from the beginning of Star Trek III: