The Incredibly Spaced-Out Adventures of Jupiter Jackson

The Incredibly Spaced-Out Adventures of Jupiter Jackson is a comedic audio drama album by children's music artist, Eric Herman.1) The album features several extended tracks in the comedic radio drama style, as well as shorter interludes, satirical advertisements, and public service announcements. The website includes sound samples of several tracks as well as the full-length video which was produced for the track, “Monster League Baseball.”

A spoof of science fiction radio dramas, with multiple characters and sound effects, featuring guest performances by Trout Fishing in America.

A play-by-play of the 9th inning of the Underworld Series.

A faux game show, with very questionable math and prizes.

A news interlude that invites interaction, Mad-Lib style.

An homage to NPR segments like “This American Life” and “Science Friday”, as Eric interviews several time machine inventors, including Thomas Edison, Leonardo da Vinci, and a caveman.

A talk radio show satire, featuring a clever innuendo segment during a dramatic poem.