Forgotten pop wonders are an occasional source of
once famous sites. If the creator of Pac Man had a site, he'd sure as heck be one too.
But the discovery of a website owned by the two geeks who created Pac Man fever is priceless.
These two guys, much older and slightly fatter than they were when they had their one-hit-wonder
two decades ago, are using their rapidly decreasing royalty
checks to fund a site devoted to their
easily forgotten diddly. Crikey, they've even got "Do the Donkey Kong" available for download.
Especially humiliating are the photos of them, apparently taken
in someone's garage, "mixing" a song. As if that's not bad enough, their plugging their appearance
at the Atlanta Summer Sci-Fi Show as their latest appearance. Good God, that's lower than
Rupaul. They're not entirely forgotten though, the fine State of Georgia has entered them into
their illustrious Hall of Fame. REM, the B-52s, and these guys- the pop music pride of the Peach State.
So here's the once famous Featured Forgotten site for this month.
Hopefully, Moby won't remix "Pac Man Fever" anytime soon and these goofballs will remain forgotten. Interesting....
The site, is at:
THE "FF TALLY"
Site Design: 2 Stars- The background is ugly, but applicable.
The site is laid out poorly though.
Site Content: 2 Stars-
They could have summarized "Pac Man Fever" in three words: real bad music.
Self-Humiliation Level: 2 Stars-
One gets the feeling that they are proud of this monstrosity.