He is like fire, burning through time. As old as forever, but fast in his prime…
An art project for one of my Graphic Design classes. We needed to make a CD cover and what better way to show my nerdyness then to make one for Chameleon Circuit.
The “journal” background are quotes from the show. It is suppose to look messy and unfinished.
Based on the episode Human Nature where 10, or John Smith, makes “A Journal of Impossible Things”
This happened exactly a year ago… So much has changed, it’s crazy.
Look at this cool tattoo someone got!
“My Dalek/TARDIS tattoo inspired by Chameleon Circuit’s “Exterminate/Regenerate” is finally about healed! Done at King Street Body Art in Cocoa Fl”
Anonymous asked: What episode of Doctor Who inspired the song Nightmares?
Chameleon Circuit’s Still Got Legs album confuses me.
The order of the songs doesn’t correspond to the chronology of the show.
I think the 13th track is about when the Silence come back later in season 6, but the 14th and 15th are clearly about Ten dying and the regeneration into Eleven at the end of season 4/beginning of 5.
We put the songs in an order based on the feel of the album, not the chronology of the episodes.
A lot of people develop this misconception that Chameleon Circuit is an alternative soundtrack; that we’ll put out music every new season with a song per episode in the “right” order. While most of our new stuff is and usually will be relevant to newer episodes, this isn’t really the case at all; for example, Still Got Legs also features a track based on events in Series 3.
If this isn’t a decent enough explanation, then try “wibbly wobbly timey wimey”