Palette-Swap Ninja

Trackimage Playbut Trackname Playbut Trackname
Halo ((All I Play-Oh)) 05:41 Tools
Padding Your Gamerscore 03:05 Tools
Learn to Spell 03:29 Tools
Arcade Gaming Shrine 03:15 Tools
Three Red Lights 04:14 Tools
The Viva Pinata Song 03:36 Tools
Vista Drivers 04:21 Tools
Wii Christmastime 03:43 Tools
Princess Leia's Stolen Death Star Plans 03:43 Tools
With Illicit Help from Your Friends 03:43 Tools
Luke is in the Desert 03:43 Tools
Never Better 03:43 Tools
He's Leaving Home 03:43 Tools
Being from the Spaceport of Mos Eisley 03:43 Tools
Imperial Holes 03:43 Tools
AA Twenty-Three 03:43 Tools
Princess Leia's Stolen Death Star Plans (Reprise) 03:43 Tools
Dianoga 03:43 Tools
The Force Within You 03:43 Tools
A Day in the Life of Red Five 03:43 Tools
Keep Moving Keep Moving 03:43 Tools
Rage Quitter 02:52 Tools
I Tried To Play Alliance 03:59 Tools
Halo (All I Play-Oh) 05:42 Tools
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Dan Amrich and Jude Kelley grew up in New Jersey and Maine, respectively, so naturally they met in California. Both played music growing up; both were big fans of "Weird Al" Yankovic; both were geeks. After working together in an 80s cover band in the SF bay area in the early 2000s, they started a side project of videogame parody songs for fun. They're still having fun, even though they're now on opposite sides of the country. When not rocking, Jude Kelley is a chemistry professor with a keytar fetish, but he used to be a rocket scientist. Dan Amrich is a magazine editor with too many guitars, but he used to be a cartoon character. Everything you hear is their fault; no karaoke tracks are used for Palette-Swap Ninja parodies, and every song is recreated from scratch. The lyrics are always a collaboration. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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