I was completely blown away when I found this years ago. I'm a kid of the early 1990s, and this was music on dot matrix printers. I just couldn't believe my ears when I first listened to the whole thing.
I did some radio production back then and needed a soundtrack for a lecture by an eminent computer scientist from my country (he's got an oddball sense of humour, and he was approaching 90 at that time). Since our country is, well, poor as compared to Canada (where The User is from), the band was kind enough to allow me to use their composition free of charge (the initial fee they asked was well above my head). They sent me flac or wav files just like that. This still makes me feel warm when I think about that. Really nice people.
Their "Symphony No 2" is also on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m43MkQgF9p0
And on Vimeo (needs login): https://vimeo.com/16207657
Might be their old webpage: http://www.undefine.ca/en/projects/symphony-for-dot-matrix-p...
Would be really interesting to have a look at the actual code that made the printers work. I wonder what language they used, etc.