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Published on Nov 25, 2013
"Where Did Atari Go?" by Biff Malone and the Digitrons is a worldwide exclusive YouTube music video from the album "Lost in the 80s". Who needs MTV anyways, right? It is a song reliving the good ole days of Atari with tons of video games being played. Lots and lots of gaming footage. Sit back and ponder about the best the golden age of video games. Enjoy!
LYRICS: Where did Atari Go? Lost in a puppet show. Up, down, left and right. Red, green, black and white. Where did Atari go? Tell me, I need to know. Space invasions at night. All at the speed of light.
Red Baron's in the Air. Paperboy's over there. There's Warlords, beware.
GAME VOICES: Welcome, Yellow archer. Stop the human. Save keys to open doors. I've lost R2! Ready, Aim, Fire!
LYRICS: Where did Atari Go? Left with games that blow. Up, down, left and right. Getting back in the fight. Where did Atari go? Tell me, I need to know. Space invasions at night. Playing 'till the morning light.
Food Fight's a social affair. Oh, no! It's Bentley Bear. Quantum Physics, I dare.
GAME VOICES: Rage. Beep, Beep. I'm Batman. Player 2 scores 1 ringer and 3 points. I will deal with them myself. Skate or Die!
COMMERCIAL VOICES: Discover a world beyond your wildest imagination. Only Atari makes the world's most popular home video games. The number one computer system with more games than any other. Have you played Atari today?
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