Play Herbert's Virtual Memory Game
XLR8R was lucky enough to catch the Herbert show live in San Francisco this weekend, and riding the wave of inspiration we caught while watching the performance, we headed over to his site only to discover the Moving Like A Train game. It's sort of like a virtual version that old memory card game you used to play as a kid, only each card contains a picture of something Herbert used for making his album. Don't be surprised to find parrots, shampoo bottles, and boxes of cereal among the various instruments. This is, after all, the man who could make music out of a potato chip if he really wanted to. A nice soundtrack accompanies the game, should your memory need refreshing.
For those of you who have plenty of time on your hands, the ten highest scores will receive a signed copy of Scale, so head over to the game and start testing that memory.
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