Rooster_Ties

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Sounds a bit like the late Pierre Moerlen's Gong:

Animusic

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My friend Scott Marshall sent this gem to me:

POODLE

Description:

A long-distance game of Photoshop / AfterEffects

animation, passed back and forth via e-mail and FTP

site, between Ethan Persoff (Austin, TX) and Scott

Marshall (NYC). Executed from the day after the 2004

national elections, to Spring 2006.

CAUTION: Adults-only content.

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:huh:

Wholey crap! I mean... Holy crap!

Sad to imagine how much time those kids wasted learning and (ahem) perfecting that dreck.

Edited by Chaney

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:huh:

German "Country / New Wave" :o

PS: let it play at least a full minute -- the 'new wave' breakdowns every other 30 seconds or so (throughout the song) are... ...'unique'. :wacko:

Edited by Rooster_Ties

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Heaven help me, I likes it! :crazy:

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Heaven help me, I likes it! :crazy:

Maybe Couw can explain that too?? :P

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"I like Country, she likes New Wave"

the "New Wave" text portions are pretty painfully hilarious.

"New Wave muss sein

"Das redet sie mir ein"

"New Wave must be

"Is what she is telling me"

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W. T. F. ????!!!!!!! :huh:

Ahem... Let me rephrase that...

W. T. F. ????????

Supposedly the performer thought the song really was just about a girl who liked lollipops. When she discovered (or was told) about the double entendres she broke off the partnership with the songwriter and never sang the song again. Pretty and innocent. ;)

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