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For years I've made these just for the hell of it. They've never really served a purpose other than being a personal representation and a little bit of music and "favorite" things. Now, with this stuff and new successes with music, it now serves a little bit more of a purpose!


My name is Jerry Lehr. I live in the middle of nowhere within a surburban home I managed to get a couple of years ago in hopes to provide for my wife and children all while keeping up with my postal job and making music as a hobby. This little hobby, however, is getting me places! With years of practice and quite a few little track collections under my belt, in 2017 I was asked if I would like to help with a little old game known as Project Warlock! The soundtrack, including all the outtakes and everything, spanned 4 discs (five full hours) and has gotten like 99% positive responses so far. The game even caught the attention of John Romero, co-creator of Doom, who is now helping to publish some big box versions of our game under the name Romero Games. I still do my own stuff too, which you will see here. And I will continue to until I'm either dead or physically/mentally cannot do it anymore! You will find that my music is split into two categories: Guitar Stuff, and Synth Stuff. Enjoy!


















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HERE ARE SOME FAVORITE TRACKS...

BOILING POINT
ANGEL WITH HORNS
CONNECT THE DOTS
SMASHING THROUGH
CLOT
DISTANT GLOW
THE CORE
WA/ONDERING
KEEP ME (FROM ME)
GOLDEN


This is now an album series called "The Noise Vaults." At the current moment, Christmas 2022, there are eight releases. They are as follows:

This is the 2001 collection with a lot of tracks being updated and finalized. These were the first actual guitar recordings using the software ACID I bought in the year 2000. Most of these tracks were rehashed from my high school band days. I came up with the guitar parts myself and didn't copyright them then to our band noose, so why let them go to waste? Oh well. This was originally for practicing on the software anyways, but they ended up pretty damn good I think. Some others agree. Favorites seem to be "Angel With Horns," "Golden," and "Porcupine."

This is a 2002 continuation and follow-up to the first installment. This was actually originally the second half of the first CD I made called "Connect the Dots." It ends with that original title track. Both halves have of course been expanded to full discs themselves, as I've added stuff "after the fact" to all of the half albums and EPs. This features two tracks I did in early 2003 with my friend Will. Everything is instrumental. It also features 3 versions of "Black Melody" and a bunch of recent interludes between the songs. The last track is from 2001, "Connect the Dots."

Smashing Through is a 2002-2003 redux set originally called "Anamorphosis." It also once had only seven tracks and a rat on the cover walking across a record. The title track was actually at the time for a mod project and not even included. I didn't realize until later that there was already a cartoon called "The Animorphs." I then changed the title of this album, and the title of the original track "Anamorphosis" to "Red 40," named after a dye that was thought to cause hyperactivity, since it's a fast "punk" sort of song. There are also new tracks towards the end, and "Hack It Up" was from 2018 for a soundtrack to a game that was never made.


This is the fourth and final "redux of reduxes" album for the old stuff remade and then remade another time in 2021. The original six tracks, accompanied by a few outtakes, are unchanged. I rushed when I realized it was fine as-is and the melodies were more important this time and I released it alongside "Smashing Through." It's mostly from 2004, with one exception, "Gun In Hand."

A Taste of Euphoria features all of the 2005 tracks I made in college for a game called "No Limits Blackjack," my first game with the teams that were set up, which were slightly different each time. It also features one new track, sort of, which is just a simple extended mix of "Mudslide" done in 2019. The order of release was meant as it was, planned months in advanced, and everything relied on me to remix every track on this album to release the next three simultaneously. I then decided I didn't feel the need and just made it an EP so I could finally work on other things soon. The game was pretty sweet I thought, and my favorite of our college games, even though it was honestly just a card game that already existed. We rocked the "extra credit" on this one though and had some voiceovers that probably wouldn't sit to well these days with society going more sensative, and honestly I agree with society on this one.. LOL

This is my outtakes album so far. It ranges from 2000 to 2004 and includes another instrumental done with my friend Will, the very first 2000 version of Black Melody I found recently, outtakes from all four albums still, but honestly a TON of stuff from the doom mod soundtrack to a game I never made that went through various titles including "Lokust Sun," "Visions of Loki," "Nightmares of Loki 2," and "Otherworldly."

This collection goes further back to 2000. I didn't want it "first" like other giant sets of albums I've release or compiled this time, but it doesn't chronologically fit somewhere in the middle. So to fix this issue I doubled its size in 2020 with prenamed tracks I came up with at work. The original artist name I used was "The Dybbuk" which I also used in communities for the classic game DOOM from 1993. The original six-track with outtakes was called "Defined Static" and had a cheap blue filtered cover with the letter D obscured onto it. I torched a computer for linear pictures and made up some artwork to the best of my abilities. The cover to MAKINA is just an old factory photo rendered through various filters, recolored, and placed over a purple grunge background as the border.

This is the first "NEW" thing I had done in a very long time. Almost twenty years! This won't be the last too, as I have a "computer rock" trilogy already titled and lined up, I just need the art, and of course the finished music. This cover was a recolor of art sent to me by my cousin's wife Angie Triesch. It is an odd rendition of, well, a plug. This isn't even what landed the title "Plugged." It's computer rock, so it's ran through various technological layers. Also, it's the opposite of MTV's "Unplugged" concert cds as its very loud in places ;) Favorites are "Evolve," "Boiling Point," and "I/O."




...BEST OF MY SYNTHED STUFF...

FANTASY CHASER
STRUGGLES, REPRISE
BLOODSOAKED HANDS
RIBOFLAVEN
MORPHEUS
INFERNAL PATH
GATHERUM III
THE COURTYARD
CLOUD NINE
HELIUS
TEMPEST
SONAR DREAMS
BASTILLE
BLOODLETTING
D-ELEVATION
LISTEN TO ALL ON
BANDCAMP.


YOU CAN ALSO DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE ABSYNTHIUM COLLECTIVE FOR FIVE BUCKS FROM JLEHRJR.ITCH.IO
AND RECEIVE ALL THE "LOST IN OBLIVION" TRACKS, CONTINUUM II, AND FOUR COMPLETELY
EXCLUSIVE SUPER-EXTENDED TRACKS, DETAILS ON PAGE.







This is a college project of a few guys at ITT Tech before it got shut down. The game was created in 2005 from deliberate broken code our programmer had to fix. I did the music and enlisted a couple of friends to help out with voiceovers for various player stereotypes, rated Mature in most cases. All in all we had a fun time making it and I hope you enjoy it!

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THANATOS
was a space shooter. Arrow Keys. Z to fire

SIN HARVEST
is an overhead dungeon zelda-ish thing. Enjoy!



-Chip Ratson

These three college video projects were rather fun to make in hopes of entertaining my classmates. It worked. It wasn't exactly a cream-of-the-crop college like it was priced, it was ITT Technical Institute, and it no longer exists!

The first is called "The G Chip." We were required to make a 30-second commercial for a class called Broadcast Graphics. It had to involve one animated 3D model amongst other things. I broke a few rules with it being 90 seconds and having the most primitive 3D I could get, but it was all humorous and I scored a 100 for my impressing efforts :)

The second was an actual 3D Animation. They had to be 15 seconds. Mine is over two minutes with a full song included. It was a public service announcement/song about "Rats of America." To continue the showoff trend we were required next to splice up a movie and piece together our own trailer for it. To overachieve and entertain, here I came again with my own damn movie, the "Son of Gump." It was very retarded!





Two of the three videos above made references to the drug LSD. I made these two songs to keep the crazy going, though I really don't know much about many drugs or how to really sing about LSD itself, so I treated it as just a mystery acronym much like KROQ's contest on coming up with 1001 meanings of the acronym for the band KMFDM.

ELLE ESSE DEE
@YTMND
Edited @BANDCAMP

"THIS IS YOUR BRAIN"

PLAY IT ON BANDCAMP

This is your Brain On Drugs, This is your Brain On Thugs
This is your Brain On Roast Beef Sandwiches,
This is your Brain On Bugs
This is your Brain On Ants, This is your Brain In Pants
This is your Brain On Dance,...Tender Crisp Bacon Cheddar Ranch
This is your Brain On Steroids, This is your Brain On Rolaids
This is your Brain On Ice Skates, This is your Brain With Band-Aids
This is your Brain On The Reading Rainbow, This is your Brain On ATA
This is your Brain On Fox, This is your Brain With Socks in a Box
This is your Brain On LSD, This is your Brain On Crack
This is your Brain In A Bowl With Milk, ...In A Dinosaur's Nutsack
This is your Brain Ala Mode WIth Cake, ...With Shrimp and Steak
This is your Brain When Broiled Well Done, ...When Half-Baked
This is your Brain In A Can, This is your Brain On Ice
This is your Brain In A Chainsaw Massacre, ...With Stir Fried Rice
This is your Brain If You Smoked With Your Ears, ...In Spam
This is your Brain In Jeffrey's Fridge, ...When You Don't Give a Damn









This fad started in 2000 with the song "I Eat Poop" that graced napster searches for anyone that typed "Poop." It has been on so many youtube shares from others and scored a yahoo fanclub from a dude in Chicago (Patrick Skerret) in 2001. There were two CDs around this time, one before and one with remakes after that made up The Early Recordings of C.R..

In 2006 I decided to resurrect this character just for fun and some old friends and came up with a storyline that was set to stretch 4 CDs. I ended up recording one in 2006-2008 and lost interest due to "Will and Jerry" a year or so later. Even though this whole thing was abandoned again I published the early material before this to places like Spotify and Apple Music and still pull in around $30 a month for a song from 20 years ago. This can only mean a future release, "The Life of Cherry Rounders" is in order. However, I haven't even began recording for it I just get ideas from time to time in my head at work to write down. Art (Except M&Ms) by Nate Vaught of Brainvault Illustration.












MODERN SITE ©2023


As a redux in January of 2023, I have compiled a small website moving forward to my actual releases coming soon. Yes, it's been over 20 years since this nsfw/nonsense came about, and I've finally officially added it back to my website because I make like $30 a month still off of one song and I'd like to buy more tacos in the following months for me and the kids ;) They of course don't know about this and I'd like to keep it that way until they are older and realize their dad is batshit nutty when it comes to doing different characters and music making fun of shock rock.

Also: BANDCAMP





In the realm of game design still, I tried it myself. I was disappointed that I never really learned due to always being picked for audio, but I can't complain because I'm sure programming games is as rough as people make it out to be. So for now I started hacking mario using already made tools (In other words since I'm nowhere near an actual hacker by any means, I used a hacker-made level editor). Click title screen for roms.


The Super Mario Bros 2 that we know is known as Super Mario USA in Japan. Japan had a different Super Mario Bros 2, which is where Lost Levels from Super Mario All-Stars came from ;) The original game was called Doki Doki Panic. In the original you had to beat each level with all four characters, and the game caused a lot of seizures, so they slowed it down.

A rare copy of Mario 3 sold for $156,000 at an auction in 2020. It is now considered the most expensive video game cartridge.

Mario first appeared as the player character of Donkey Kong (1981), a platform game. The creator wanted to use Popeye as the protagonist, but when he could not achieve the licensing rights, he created Mario instead.


CLICK FOR SUPER MARIO BROS X
Before I get to the mario hacking editors, I'll first talk about Super Mario Bros X. This is a fanmade mario game where you can also create your own levels or episodes. You can also download already created episodes to play yourself. Super Mario Bros X2 allows you to create your own hubs with levels included. The first comes with 60 premade levels in its own game.

HERE are editors for Super Mario Bros. HERE are editors for the Japanese Super Mario Bros 2. HERE they are for the American Super Mario Bros 2. And finally, HERE are the Super Mario Bros 3 Editors.




My life went on a complete tangent for a few years while I put all my efforts into all this nonsense. We recorded over 40 tracks off and on in 2008-2009 and some more after we released our free double CD to friends and hundreds of unsuspecting strangers in various events and cities nearby (Broad Ripple, IN and the Indy 500 were a couple) in February of 2011. Adult themes and words were used. It was utter batshit crazy nonsense but it was fun. If you enjoy it snag it from bandcamp! We stopped recording sometime around 2013 after four whole shows and officially disbanded in 2016 due to family/time management and me working again with ultra hours and days. I also lost interest and didn't like the direction it was going at all. There's only so much NSFW you can do before it gets old after a while, so I quit while we were ahead. Art by Nate Vaught of Brainvault Illustration.



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WILL AND JERRY
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I think I recorded 20 songs in a few small sessions, but only one was prewritten. The others I just freestyled nonsense and they weren't really worth keeping, though I have a DVD-R in my personal archive somewhere, as they are all videos.

This song is an homage to a lot of small towns, more specifically the one I grew up in, and the epidemic of Crystal Meth. I researched a lot of stereotypes and facts about Meth. Unfortunately I needed google to help me remember a few things about high school math as well. Regardless, Do your math, and fuck that meth!

This is not one of those public service announcements from a former addict or anything, I've never touched the shit.

I later named this character/nerdy persona "Jerald Wonk." I had six songs planned but lost all the lyrics since, and only have the ideas again. Someday!

...AND I SUCKED!



20-IN-1 VERY UNFINISHED
Invasion of the Zobs Finished, but shitty!
CoinSlots made in Visual Basic

The 20-in-1 thing is full of game starts and no finishes, except for maybe "Hambone."
It also features a lot of pixel art by Brianna Lehr. The hams are by Allen West.

Here are a few other shitty starts from this era.




THE PROJECT WARLOCK OST WAS BEGAN IN JULY OF 2017 AND FINISHED IN JANUARY OF 2018.

IN THE BEGINNING BEFORE IT HAPPENED, I WAS POSTING MUSIC IN DOOM FORUMS LOOKING FOR A MOD TEAM TO JOIN
THIS SAME MUSIC WAS HEAVILY UPDATED FOR PROJECT WARLOCK. ANYWAY, IN SAID DOOM FORUMS I MET IAN LOCKHART WHO
WENT BY EREBUS. HE FORMED TEAM EREBUS THEN KIND OF DISAPPEARED FROM THE FACE OF THE INTERNET FOR A WHILE, I THINK.
I ALMOST DELETED HIM FROM FACEBOOK BECAUSE I GUESS I DIDN'T KNOW HIM ANYMORE AND STOPPED MAKING MUSIC FOR A WHILE.
THEN HE POPPED UP ONE DAY AND ASKED IF I'D LIKE TO MAKE MUSIC FOR A GAME FOR $$$. I WAS THEN INTRODUCED TO JAKUB CISLO.
I HAD HALF A YEAR TO DO 65 TRACKS, BUT LUCKILY I ALREADY HAD A LOT OF STUFF TO UPDATE AND REMIX FOR THIS PURPOSE. THERE
WAS ALSO A TON OF NEW MUSIC AND OUTAKES. IT TOTALED 5 HOURS WITH EVERYTHING, AND THE GAME BLEW UP!
I HAVEN'T SEEN MUCH NEGATIVE ABOUT THIS SOUNDTRACK. I'M A LITTLE SLOW ABOUT WORKING ON THE SECOND FROM MY HIGH DEMAND JOB
IN REAL LIFE, BUT I HAVE TWO YEARS THIS TIME I BELIEVE, AND I'M PRETTY EXCITED TO SEE THIS FINAL PROJECT TOO!





CONTINUUM II (2019)
SEQUEL TO 2006's CONTINUUM
PROJECT WARLOCK II OST
SEQUEL TO 2018's PROJECT WARLOCK GAME
ABSYNTHIUM COLL. #2
THE NEXT ROUND OF SYNTH ALBUMS
THE BOOK OF NOISE (2020)
INCLUDING MAKINA (2020) WHICH WAS ALSO NEW
TANTRUM
THE FAST AND HEAVY BELLUM SEQUEL EP
ODIUM, OPIUM, SOMNIUM 2
THREE MORE EPS FOR "MOMENTUM"
PLUGGED (2021)
MY FAVORITE GUITAR ALBUM SO FAR
SANCTUM
MY FIRST STAB AT DUNGEON SYNTH
CONTINUUM III/PANDEMONIUM
DOUBLE ALBUMS TWO AND THREE OF ABS.COLL.2
BELLUM (2022)
THE FIRST AND FINISHED EP FROM MOMENTUM
NV#9 PLUGGED (INTO MACHINES)
THE REMIX ALBUM FOR "PLUGGED"
"THE TRILOGY" NV 10-12
THE BLUEPRINT, THE PROTOTYPE, AND THE STRUCTURE










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