This is exactly what it looks like
 weird. A one man production, literally recorded in his garden shed in Hull over a 6 year period (’79-’85) and released as a cassette advertised in the back of computer magazines. Those were the days, eh?

It’s a home written and recorded War of the Worlds type affair where all of the characters, including the aliens, have various Hull-type accents. What starts off being quite twee actually grabs your attention and becomes really enjoyable and all the more amazing for the fact that there was clearly no big budget or production team, and this is waaaaay before Garageband. It was all done on a Tascam 8-track,

It ultimately came to the attention of Trunk Records years later
 indeed, in the next century!, and it was given a remaster and a limited release on vinyl (500 copies). I managed to snag one and it has pride of place in my record collection. Although sold out, you can download an mp3 version from Trunk Records website for ÂŁ4.99. It runs to nearly 90 minutes in total so that’s not a bad deal.

If you want some more info I’d suggested checking out Trunk Records at https://trunkrecords.greedbag.com/buy/galactic-nightmare-0/ and there’s some additional information at http://trunkrecords.com/turntable/galactic_nightmare.shtml

If you search on Galactic Nightmare on YouTube, it’s actually been uploaded in 4 parts if you want to check it out.

No idea what happened to the author though.

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