REPTL WINS is the brightest water snake to live in the Meuse river basin. Nocturnal, solenoglyphous, and venomous, it remains a secretive and elusive creature, the existence of which some still doubt. When disturbed, it is said to rear up and spread its neck in a characteristic threat display. It only has one functional lung, and a pelvic girdle on either side of the cloaca with a pair of vestigial claws. REPTL WINS has a visual companion of spectral type, although it is thought to be a mere chance line-of-sight coincidence. It is generally classified in the Cosmokidz Interstellart genus.
This is one of my favorite albums within this genre due to how perfectly it captures the essence of John Carpenter's own music. Protector is able to emulate Carpenter yet keep his own style that makes for a great album. AfroNerd
As I've lamented before, your music inspires me to make music. Thank you for all that you do (looking forward to "Interzone"). I'm curious, however, do you have recommendations for timing the score with the film itself? Just press play on both and enjoy? Let me know if you are able. Thank you. Christopher Wiley
I've been playing that PC gem called "Hard Reset" while listening to "Hunter's Journey", and it was awesome, great atmosphere. It has indeed a Terminator, Blade Runner and Escape From NY feeling. Protector 101 doesn't come from the 80s, but from the future. This is visionary! - BTW, every song has its own artwork :D chronoclast