Last night, Maura, my friend who won't give up (thank you, Maura!), figured out how to view the confusing CD of my brain scan I got last December. The docs were ruling out brain weirdness as a cause of my vertigo, and I now have official confirmation that my brain is normal.
Looking at the 51 stills was freaky. They called out to be animated and set to equally freaky music.
And what's freakier than Bill Shatner's rendition of "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"?
Here's the result: 17 seconds of LSD is about all you can listen to without risking brain damage.
This is from Shatner's album The Transformed Man (1968), which turns up on many compilations of Worst Albums Ever Released.
But it's so exquisitely bad that it's good.
Speaking of the Best of the Worst, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to post a picture of Dr. McCoy operating on "Spock's Brain".