I don’t have a theme. I don’t generally draw cartoons or pictures with my mazes. Can just plain mazes be a thing, like adult coloring books? There are a ton of neat maze creators that I follow on Instagram or Twitter or wherever. Mine are probably the most boring. Someone used to solve them by blacking in everything from the dead ends back to an open end, leaving only the “good” path open. That seems like it would be relaxing.
Not too long ago, I made a CD-R mix of Star Wars songs. I have a bunch more than what will fit on to an Audio CD, and have a bunch on an SD card for my car stereo and mp3 player… but I really thought the confinement of around 80 min. or so would really make all the songs “count” and be good ones.
Here’s what I settled on…
- Anchorhead – “Shredisode IV“
- MC Chris – “Fett’s Vette“
- Blink 182 – “A New Hope“
- Bentframe – “Star Warz Gangsta Rap“
- Bentframe – “Star Warz Gangsta Rap 2“
- Bentframe – “Star Warz Techno Cut: Vader & the Emperor“
- Bentframe – “Star Warz Gangsta Rap: Chronicles“
- Anchorhead – “Imperial March“
- Set Your Goals – “Put Your Hood Up“
- Moosebutter – “Star Wars (John Williams is the Man)“
- Anchorhead – “Return of the Shredi”
- Meco – “Star Wars Theme Song (Disco Version)“
- Trans Siberian Orchestra – “Imperial March“
- Weird Al Yankovic – “Yoda“
- Weird Al Yankovic – “The Saga Begins“
- John Williams – “Duel of the Fates“
- The Blackouts – “Jedi Master“
- John Williams – “Ewok Celebration (Yub Nub)“
I really recommend tracking these down if you can. Good stuff, I tell you.
What you you include? What would you leave out? Post your mix!