Y'know, for purely popularity reasons I SHOULD leave that OOOOH SO SEXY POST up, but meh...time to post up some new songs sifted from the bowels of pure Youtube awesomeness.
Now I do believe it's time for some "Internet produced" music. What I mean is stuff that gets remixed by some unknown and just floated out onto the Internuggets, or completely original songs done by people over the internet like, well...Morbicae's "Shoop da Whoop" song. Dunno what it's about or where it initially came about from, but holy jesus does it fucking rock!
Here's the full version:
Also, this sweet remix of Playground (lol Another Bad Creation) and Castlevania's Vampire Killer~! Check THIS out:
Y'know, here's another awesome little ditty that I found on the Internets just fuckin' randomly and what-not...
Y'know, this is friggin' harder than I thought! Here, check this out...and my response is "Because fuck Rebecca Black, that's why."
I don't even NEED to tell you about AntfishTAS's fuckin' amazing parody dub of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure (one of THE best anime/manga's out there, even if he is going on to Dune-level proportions when it comes to how much material is just bein' put out there. Besides, didn't Jotaro Joestar die already?), but he also did some remixes with stuff from the vidyuh games and anime and...well, dig the Lollipop WRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY-Mix:
For no freaking reason, here's the opening to his parody dub since it uses the BEST part of Killswitch Engage's version of Holy Diver:
Hell, while we're at it here's a 10 FUCKING MINUTE LOOP of his strangely-dubbed Polnareff voice doing "Hoes and Wine." If you don't get the joke, it's a parody of a song by Alestorm called "Wenches and Mead."
Yes, that IS a great song to go running with!
Y'know, have I posted that song yet, Killswitch Engage's version of Holy Diver?
Shit, here ya go...the KE version:
and Dio's version:
And, to cap off this installment of Internets Musics, here's Imagica - The Night Loop. Because I remember when "artistic" homepages were new, original, artsy, fucking awesome and it was the year 2000.
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