I got three raffle tickets for buying the t-shirt but didn't win anything. It's just as well as I can't carry much on my Sporty anyway. I wore the shirt home and crammed the two CDs in my camera bag.
Droids Attack rocked and I talked to band after their set because I wanted to buy a CD. They're from Madison and are really into arcade games. We got on the topic because I mentioned that I liked the Sinistar graphic on their drum set. Brad, the lead singer, is covered in arcade-related tattoos, which are all really nicely done. He also runs an arcade called Rossi's Vintage Arcade & Pizzeria. Back in 2005, I had actually made a trip out to Madison with my wife for the sole purpose of visiting his arcade in its previous incarnation, Aftershock Retrogames. It was worth the long drive. Now that I know the arcade is still alive and has pizza, I'm going to have to plan another trip to Madison.
Here you can see a small sample of the excellent lineup of games they had when I visited including Robotron 2084, which is one of my all-time favorites. Incidentally, that's Sinistar to the right of Robotron. "I hunger..."