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i found the most lit song in lbt...
« on: February 01, 2020, 09:08:40 PM »
Made three days before the Strut & Ozzy character showcase, hmm... :thinking
Venwave remix of Eggs, enjoy! :lol


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1VpWO1xDYY
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« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2020, 10:15:47 PM »
What interesting timing  :PCera

While I wouldn't normally be fond of this type of remix, it was humorous to watch. Thanks for sharing!

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« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2020, 05:44:19 AM »
Not familiar with venwave, but that song sounds like the most hilarious failed attempt at rapping.

Like, as in, your-dad-raps-in-order-to-look-cool kind of fail.

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« Reply #3 on: February 14, 2020, 07:18:10 PM »
You’re welcome Flathead. :)littlefoot

Not familiar with venwave, but that song sounds like the most hilarious failed attempt at rapping.

Like, as in, your-dad-raps-in-order-to-look-cool kind of fail.

Haha, I kinda knew the song was “bad” but yet it was so humorous and ridiculous at the same time, which kinda fits the portrayal that Ozzy and Strut was supposed to play out in the second movie. They were the first antagonists with an actual malicious intention for sure, but the way they were written was more tuned for a comedic duo rather than a serious threat like Sharptooth was.

But either way, I’m glad you got amusement out of it. :PCera
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« Reply #4 on: February 15, 2020, 05:52:27 AM »
This particular song certainly is a bad example to make a good remix of, but I did find it rather hilarious. However, this one was more to my liking and I would like to hear what you guys think of it. :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsXl-6JmcFE

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« Reply #5 on: February 15, 2020, 06:44:35 AM »
Oh My Subgod. :D

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« Reply #6 on: February 18, 2020, 03:32:07 AM »
This particular song certainly is a bad example to make a good remix of, but I did find it rather hilarious. However, this one was more to my liking and I would like to hear what you guys think of it. :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsXl-6JmcFE
Honestly, this sounds so much more 90s-Saturday-morning-cartoon-villain-esque. I likey! :D

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« Reply #7 on: February 20, 2020, 06:15:16 PM »
After you’ve heard this song, you can’t eat eggs again without thinking “eggstacy. :D

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« Reply #8 on: February 21, 2020, 01:53:06 AM »
After you’ve heard this song, you can’t eat eggs again without thinking “eggstacy. :D

Ha, I was honestly pretty surprised to see a word like that slipped in so subtly in an LBT movie. Really gave me more enjoyment to the movie and song. :p
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« Reply #9 on: February 21, 2020, 01:58:50 AM »
After you’ve heard this song, you can’t eat eggs again without thinking “eggstacy. :D

Ha, I was honestly pretty surprised to see a word like that slipped in so subtly in an LBT movie. Really gave me more enjoyment to the movie and song. :p

That’s one of the reasons I loved the earlier sequels, specifically LBTII-VI, the songs were witty and even taught vocabulary. Now the music is “dooby wabby yeah yeah Big Water!” :D

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« Reply #10 on: February 21, 2020, 02:03:49 AM »
After you’ve heard this song, you can’t eat eggs again without thinking “eggstacy. :D

Ha, I was honestly pretty surprised to see a word like that slipped in so subtly in an LBT movie. Really gave me more enjoyment to the movie and song. :p

That’s one of the reasons I loved the earlier sequels, specifically LBTII-VI, the songs were witty and even taught vocabulary. Now the music is “dooby wabby yeah yeah Big Water!” :D

Not that there was anything wrong with songs like “Big Water”, since I actually really enjoy that song. The decrease in quality of the songs though were quite prominent further and further into the sequels, I’d note. But yeah, I agree that earlier songs had something good to teach. :)
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« Reply #11 on: February 21, 2020, 02:39:27 AM »
After you’ve heard this song, you can’t eat eggs again without thinking “eggstacy. :D

Ha, I was honestly pretty surprised to see a word like that slipped in so subtly in an LBT movie. Really gave me more enjoyment to the movie and song. :p

That’s one of the reasons I loved the earlier sequels, specifically LBTII-VI, the songs were witty and even taught vocabulary. Now the music is “dooby wabby yeah yeah Big Water!” :D

Not that there was anything wrong with songs like “Big Water”, since I actually really enjoy that song. The decrease in quality of the songs though were quite prominent further and further into the sequels, I’d note. But yeah, I agree that earlier songs had something good to teach. :)

Big Water is a great song. My quip was more aimed at the songs sounding preschoolesque, and they throw in older song choruses like “Big Water,” because they have no new ideas. I just wanted to be clear I am not Big Water hater, but am referencing how they reused the song as filler in a later film because they had no new song. :)  :angel
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« Reply #12 on: February 21, 2020, 02:47:44 AM »
After you’ve heard this song, you can’t eat eggs again without thinking “eggstacy. :D

Ha, I was honestly pretty surprised to see a word like that slipped in so subtly in an LBT movie. Really gave me more enjoyment to the movie and song. :p

That’s one of the reasons I loved the earlier sequels, specifically LBTII-VI, the songs were witty and even taught vocabulary. Now the music is “dooby wabby yeah yeah Big Water!” :D

Not that there was anything wrong with songs like “Big Water”, since I actually really enjoy that song. The decrease in quality of the songs though were quite prominent further and further into the sequels, I’d note. But yeah, I agree that earlier songs had something good to teach. :)

Big Water is a great song. My quip was more aimed at the songs sound preschoolesque now and they throw in older song choruses like “Big Water,” because they havexno ideas. I just wanted to be clear I am not Big Wayer hater, but am referencing how they reused the song as filler in a later film because they had no new song. :)

Ooh, now I see what you’re saying. Thanks for the clarification. In that regard, I totally agree with you. It was also weird for me to hear songs from earlier films being reused in the TV Series, out of all places. But what can you expect? Trying to set unrealistic song quotas is going to get you with a bigger quantity, but lower quality songs. I understand the appeal towards younger audiences these days...but it’s not really worth the sacrifice in my opinion.
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« Reply #13 on: February 22, 2020, 04:49:50 PM »
After you’ve heard this song, you can’t eat eggs again without thinking “eggstacy. :D

Ha, I was honestly pretty surprised to see a word like that slipped in so subtly in an LBT movie. Really gave me more enjoyment to the movie and song. :p

That’s one of the reasons I loved the earlier sequels, specifically LBTII-VI, the songs were witty and even taught vocabulary. Now the music is “dooby wabby yeah yeah Big Water!” :D

Not that there was anything wrong with songs like “Big Water”, since I actually really enjoy that song. The decrease in quality of the songs though were quite prominent further and further into the sequels, I’d note. But yeah, I agree that earlier songs had something good to teach. :)

Big Water is a great song. My quip was more aimed at the songs sound preschoolesque now and they throw in older song choruses like “Big Water,” because they havexno ideas. I just wanted to be clear I am not Big Wayer hater, but am referencing how they reused the song as filler in a later film because they had no new song. :)

Ooh, now I see what you’re saying. Thanks for the clarification. In that regard, I totally agree with you. It was also weird for me to hear songs from earlier films being reused in the TV Series, out of all places. But what can you expect? Trying to set unrealistic song quotas is going to get you with a bigger quantity, but lower quality songs. I understand the appeal towards younger audiences these days...but it’s not really worth the sacrifice in my opinion.

I totally agree that the sacrifice is not worth it. LBTII sealed the franchise’s fate as a sing-a-long/ half musical. The obilgation is now upon the writers to come up with witty, catchy, moral telling, and humorious songs. This was achieved with LBT II-VI, but gradually the quality declined. My fervent hope is that the creators of LBT restore the music back to its formed glory. 

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« Reply #14 on: February 22, 2020, 09:28:02 PM »
After you’ve heard this song, you can’t eat eggs again without thinking “eggstacy. :D

Ha, I was honestly pretty surprised to see a word like that slipped in so subtly in an LBT movie. Really gave me more enjoyment to the movie and song. :p

That’s one of the reasons I loved the earlier sequels, specifically LBTII-VI, the songs were witty and even taught vocabulary. Now the music is “dooby wabby yeah yeah Big Water!” :D

Not that there was anything wrong with songs like “Big Water”, since I actually really enjoy that song. The decrease in quality of the songs though were quite prominent further and further into the sequels, I’d note. But yeah, I agree that earlier songs had something good to teach. :)

Big Water is a great song. My quip was more aimed at the songs sound preschoolesque now and they throw in older song choruses like “Big Water,” because they havexno ideas. I just wanted to be clear I am not Big Wayer hater, but am referencing how they reused the song as filler in a later film because they had no new song. :)

Ooh, now I see what you’re saying. Thanks for the clarification. In that regard, I totally agree with you. It was also weird for me to hear songs from earlier films being reused in the TV Series, out of all places. But what can you expect? Trying to set unrealistic song quotas is going to get you with a bigger quantity, but lower quality songs. I understand the appeal towards younger audiences these days...but it’s not really worth the sacrifice in my opinion.

I totally agree that the sacrifice is not worth it. LBTII sealed the franchise’s fate as a sing-a-long/ half musical. The obilgation is now upon the writers to come up with witty, catchy, moral telling, and humorious songs. This was achieved with LBT II-VI, but gradually the quality declined. My fervent hope is that the creators of LBT restore the music back to its formed glory.

Hmm...what were your thoughts of the songs in the most recent LBT sequel, Journey of the Brave?
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« Reply #15 on: February 22, 2020, 09:54:20 PM »
After you’ve heard this song, you can’t eat eggs again without thinking “eggstacy. :D

Ha, I was honestly pretty surprised to see a word like that slipped in so subtly in an LBT movie. Really gave me more enjoyment to the movie and song. :p

That’s one of the reasons I loved the earlier sequels, specifically LBTII-VI, the songs were witty and even taught vocabulary. Now the music is “dooby wabby yeah yeah Big Water!” :D

Not that there was anything wrong with songs like “Big Water”, since I actually really enjoy that song. The decrease in quality of the songs though were quite prominent further and further into the sequels, I’d note. But yeah, I agree that earlier songs had something good to teach. :)

Big Water is a great song. My quip was more aimed at the songs sound preschoolesque now and they throw in older song choruses like “Big Water,” because they havexno ideas. I just wanted to be clear I am not Big Wayer hater, but am referencing how they reused the song as filler in a later film because they had no new song. :)

Ooh, now I see what you’re saying. Thanks for the clarification. In that regard, I totally agree with you. It was also weird for me to hear songs from earlier films being reused in the TV Series, out of all places. But what can you expect? Trying to set unrealistic song quotas is going to get you with a bigger quantity, but lower quality songs. I understand the appeal towards younger audiences these days...but it’s not really worth the sacrifice in my opinion.

I totally agree that the sacrifice is not worth it. LBTII sealed the franchise’s fate as a sing-a-long/ half musical. The obilgation is now upon the writers to come up with witty, catchy, moral telling, and humorious songs. This was achieved with LBT II-VI, but gradually the quality declined. My fervent hope is that the creators of LBT restore the music back to its formed glory.

Hmm...what were your thoughts of the songs in the most recent LBT sequel, Journey of the Brave?

The truth.. I can’t remember them. I can sing the choruses of “You’re One of us Now,” “It takes All Sorts,” “Friends for Dinner,” and “Big Big Water.” But the later songs lack that ease to recall and sing. The only exception for me is “Creepy Crawlies.”
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« Reply #16 on: February 22, 2020, 11:50:24 PM »
The truth.. I can’t remember them. I can sing the choruses of “You’re One of us Now,” “It takes All Sorts,” “Friends for Dinner,” and “Big Big Water.” But the later songs lack that ease to recall and sing. The only exception for me is “Creepy Crawlies.”
Bestest Friends is still an amazing song for being so late in the series. :Mo
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« Reply #17 on: February 23, 2020, 12:47:28 AM »
The truth.. I can’t remember them. I can sing the choruses of “You’re One of us Now,” “It takes All Sorts,” “Friends for Dinner,” and “Big Big Water.” But the later songs lack that ease to recall and sing. The only exception for me is “Creepy Crawlies.”
Bestest Friends is still an amazing song for being so late in the series. :Mo

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« Reply #18 on: February 23, 2020, 01:18:07 AM »
The truth.. I can’t remember them. I can sing the choruses of “You’re One of us Now,” “It takes All Sorts,” “Friends for Dinner,” and “Big Big Water.” But the later songs lack that ease to recall and sing. The only exception for me is “Creepy Crawlies.”
Bestest Friends is still an amazing song for being so late in the series. :Mo

Ah Moe! (I can impersonate his voice by the way). Its been a long time since I watched TBT IX: Joirney to Big Water.

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« Reply #19 on: February 23, 2020, 01:24:56 AM »
The truth.. I can’t remember them. I can sing the choruses of “You’re One of us Now,” “It takes All Sorts,” “Friends for Dinner,” and “Big Big Water.” But the later songs lack that ease to recall and sing. The only exception for me is “Creepy Crawlies.”
Bestest Friends is still an amazing song for being so late in the series. :Mo

Ah Moe! (I can impersonate his voice by the way). Its been a long time since I watched TBT IX: Joirney to Big Water.

...Are you actually the fabled legend that can impersonate Mo’s voice? :olittlefoot :Mo
Haha, that’s freaking awesome man. If you couldn’t tell already, he’s literally one of my favorite characters ever. :)

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