Where no man has gone before...

The appearance of Bladerunner on gog.com today made me slightly confused, but I am sticking on my plan, to play both Star Trek adventures. The winter is here on the calendar and maybe I will find some time over the holidays.

 

Spidergawd in Bielefeld

Bielefeld realy exists and what I've always said: concerts in small clubs are the best. And the concert with Spidergawd in Bielefeld last friday was such one. I was stumbled upon a video of Spidergawd through a tweet from webrocker that fascinated me much. A little bit of desert rock like Kyuss, a insane drummer and an alto saxophone. What a combination!

The whole thing remembers me at the time when I have spotted Dog Eat Dog the first time and have always the firm opinion that Metal/Rock and a saxophone are a well but far to rare combination. And such a alto saxophone has a much wider sound width (from a ship horn to the very top) what makes the whole thing even more exciting. The Norwegians have shown a lot of fun two hours long and pulled the unfortunately lazy crowd on their side. Outstanding! And now you are listening to my favourite song. A thousand times. And after that you buy all of their albums, okay? Thanks.

I am stuck

I am a little bit ashamed to have to admit, that I am stuck in a computer game. And that for quite a long time. But the chapter in castle Brunwald in Indiana Jones III is wrecking me up. And it annoys me too. So now that I have decided to put the game aside and dedicate to another game. Let's see. I think it will be a Sierra game.