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Cadet .00
01-07-2009, 01:05 AM
Greetings!

This is Vector Squad Elite Cadet #.00. I am sending out this transmission in request that those who are unfamiliar to the galactic-pioneers, known as "The Phenomenauts," use your inter-web systems to visit the greatest rocket roll band of all time on one of many websites which are located here:

http://www.phenomenauts.com
http://thephenomenauts.fuzz.com/
http://www.myspace.com/thephenomenauts.

It is there where you will experience the greatest wonder in all the cosmos!

In the year 2000, The Phenomenauts were sent out on a mission. Their mission was simple: to protect the universe from space mutants and bad music! With their trusty scientifically enhanced guitars, bass, drums, keys, moog, and Phenoma-Gadgets, the band continues to expel the universe of the space mutants and bad music that plague it.

The San Francisco Bay Area, including Oakland, California - Earth's Capital, was one of the first places that The Phenomenauts successfully quarantined. It was not a simple task. Lots of their missions (what you Earthlings know as "shows") were set up in the unprotected and infected streets, and powered by car batteries. To extend their operations further, the band, while uninvited, followed the trail of the 2003 Warped Tour to defend other sectors of the United States. The next year they were able to do the same thing, this time invited. They were successful and as result gained great honor and respect.

Although parts of the world and universe have been quarantined, The Phenomenauts continue to revisit previously infected sights for routine check-ups and vaccinations. Leading these missions is:

Commander Angel Nova - Guitar, Vox
Major Jimmy Boom - Drums
Captain Chreehos - Double Bass
Professor Greg Arius - Keys, Moog, Arsenal
F.M. Static - Guitar, Vox
Colonel Reehotch - Black-Ops
Cadet Orbit - The world's handsomest Space-Dog

Previous Assistance:
Corporal JoeBot 1.0 - Guitar, Vox
Corporal JoeBot 2.0 - Guitar, Vox

Despite what the tone of the process suggests, the experience is known to be extremely exhilarating and fun. Rather than a treatment for an infection it is more like a spectacle with lasers, CO2-blasters, Theramatic Helmerators, and especially the Streamerator 3000 in which Professor Greg Arius shoots the masses with a stream of toilet paper that is propelled by air. It has been widely recognized as the best medicine of all kinds. It's been scientifically proven. Visit this link for a taste of the thrill:

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=The+Phenomenauts&search_type=&aq=f

Visit these links, add yourself as a friend, and become a cadet!

The V.S.E. thanks you!

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Anyone like them? I definitely recommend them.

Dude Beer
01-07-2009, 08:11 AM
http://farm1.static.flickr.com/20/71342812_6df79984e6.jpg?v=1134113183

Cadet .00
01-07-2009, 01:53 PM
Are you a fan? Have you ever been to one of their shows?

The Marc
01-08-2009, 11:50 AM
Great thread.

Dude Beer
01-08-2009, 11:53 AM
http://blogs.citypages.com/blotter/images/Pho.jpg