[The siren/drill effect employed during “NO2” begins at the end of “Llama.” The narration begins after Mike finishes the verses of “NO2” while the music and sucking sounds continue]
TREY: Welcome… Welcome to the dream everybody. There’s a 52 year old man sitting in the dentist chair up here and as he feels the drill going into his tooth and he can feel the pain throbbing in his head. And he starts to think to himself I gotta get out of here. So, he kind of feels himself drifting off into a dreamland of a sort. He’s kind of going off into a little bit of a dream. He closes his eyes and starts feeling himself shut out the outside world a little bit, slowly. He feels himself drifting off, and as he starts to drift off he sees himself traveling down this corridor that opens up in front of his eyes.
The name of this guy is Colonel Forbin. And, Colonel Forbin is looking down this long corridor as he sits in the dentist chair, and he’s feeling the throbbing. As he kind of drifts off into fantasy land, he sees this corridor opening up in front of his eyes, and he starts to pass through. As he goes through, he walks along, kind of inside of his mind, where we can all kind of go with him through this corridor, until he runs into this knight that’s leaning up against the wall. The knight turns to him and introduces himself. He says his name is Rutherford the Brave, and the two of them start talking. As they talk, Rutherford the Brave looks at Colonel Forbin, and he tells him about this land that he’s gone to and the name of the place is called Gamehendge.
And as they talk, Rutherford the Brave begins to tell him the story of Gamehendge and how all the Lizard people of Gamehendge had lived there and how Gamehendge has been taken over buy this evil guy, the evil king Wilson. [evil laugh] So while they talk now, Colonel Forbin starts to talk about where he is...
[Band plays “The Lizards,” which is followed by the “Gamehendge Interlude” or “Theme” providing the background for Trey's next narration iteration.]
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