helen-louise (baratron) wrote,

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Love is...

... sharing your earworms :)

Here's a bunch of totally crazy flash animations. Music by Lemon Demon, a.k.a. Neil Cicierega, the guy who invented animutation at the age of 14. Videos by Andrew Kepple, a.k.a. Too Much Spare Time, and Shawn Vulliez. Audio is pretty much essential, so don't play them at work unless you have headphones - although deafies can enjoy most of the videos as there are subtitles :)

Geeks in Love. SO TRUE!

The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny. I defy you not to get this song stuck in your head forever and ever. You can download it on MP3.
this is the Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny
good guys, bad guys, and explosions as far as the eye can see
and only one will survive, I wonder who it will be
this is the Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny

When Robots Attack. This song isn't so immediately catchy, but the video is hilarious, and by the time you've watched the video three times, you'll have the song as well. ARGH!

I've Got Some Falling To Do. Funny video. Funnier song. Features a giant squid!

I'd also link to Ebaum's World Dot Com, but it helps if you know what that site is and why it sucks. (Basically, it's a site that steals other people's animations and hosts them, without proper credit being given. Sometimes it doesn't even host them, it just links directly to the other site and steals the bandwidth. And it's impossible to get your work off there. Yuck.) More songs available here.

No one should be this damn talented at the age of 19! As well as inventing an entire genre of animation, he's released 4 CDs full of earworms like these. I've never managed to write a song worth listening to in my life. I'm so jealous! I'm going to have to buy the CDs!
Tags: dangerously nerdy, links, music, videos

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