This audio communion is conducted by three clerics of note, Diamond Dave Power, Patthew McKuehnehay, and Uncle Benjamin Hinz.
When asked about his experience with the project McKuehnehay
responded: "There used to be B.C. and A.D. Now there is A.T.J. This
is up there with the first cave paintings, the moon landing, and
Terminator 2. I'm proud to be a part of it, and I hope to live long
enough to see the fruition of the revolution that has already begun in
the wake of Terminator Jeans."
When asked about Terminator 3 and Salvation Uncle Ben said this:
"Terminator 3 doesn't count. I don't give a fuck. The TV show was
watchable, I guess, Mostly because Lena Heady is a powerhouse.
Anyway, I have Salvation, it's not like a Terminator movie, really.
It lacks the humanity, the drama. It has nothing to say, but it is
fun to watch. I feel the story was told completely when the credits
rolled on T2."
released January 15, 1970
Ben Hinz: guitar, effects, synth
Pat Kuehn: bass, effects
Dave Power: drums