One of only two In The Style Of...s to halt the office, this funky music track peppered with authentic Valhalla Before the War samples arrived out of the blue and bestowed instant star status upon its arranger, reader Paul Hamilton of Exeter.
Vulcan, publishers of Valhalla, sportingly gave permission for it to appear on AP50's coverdisk, so it did.
With the song played at least once a day for about a week before our lives were openly threatened unless we stopped, we eagerly anticipated Paul's imminent return with a four-player Battling Popes game, as strongly hinted in the It's a Skull documentation.
Tragically, it never appeared.
His Isabelle Rees Generator, however, did. At the click of a mouse button, eerily convincing, excitedly quasi-English ramblings would spring forth in best Li'l Elf fashion, eternally, forever and without end.
With the razing of the AP Offices, the Generator and any means of contacting Paul were lost.
We were secretly relieved. If the Generator and Isabelle Rees had ever met, the entire universe might well have imploded.
(The advent of THNTRNTeiee brought Paul sweeping back into radio range from a vine specially imported from Johnny Weissmuller's hedge. We asked about Battling Popes and the Isabelle Rees Generator. He replied that he had lost everything in a computer crash. We flipped our fingers in frustration. He swept on, wrestling two lions and a tusky boar.)