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Hello My (Dirty) Dubstep Girl!

The volume needed to be pumped up anyway, so I fiddled about with a few things and got it sounding nicer.



Then it's your lucky day, because here's one.


Hip Dance Video

2011-05-19 16:08:13 by stanthedog

This was just a spur-of-the-moment idea last month.



Erm.


The Hyperbolic Dictionary

2011-02-13 13:32:10 by stanthedog
Updated

I got the idea for this after reading a Shakespeare quote "Expectation is the root of all heartache",
and I thought it would be funny, seeing as dictionaries are so unemotive and concise, to write a dictionary that was really over the top.

So I'm writing Hyperbolictionary



Follow me, Newgrounds, please, if you can.
I'll quite often post internety things, which may be of interest to you/

My Tumblr ~ Sing Along With The Common People


Sid.

2010-11-23 18:52:30 by stanthedog

My mate, Sid, dancing like a twat.
He's not on drugs, that just makes it worse, in my opinion.

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Magic, Magic E! (update)

2010-09-08 16:51:54 by stanthedog

It's finished, my dubstep remix of a song I remember from the British kids TV show, Look and Read (video and info bellow).
The song itself will wither be uploaded later today or tomorrow, after I've listened to the song a few times to check for any amendments it may need.

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Well, I assume american users will be wtf'ing their arses off at this video. The song is from an early BBC educational kids TV programme called Look And Read, which ran from way back from the 60s through to the 00s. It's fair enough to say, as a nostalgic symbol of british childhood, it was fucking epic!

I'll be glad to take any comments or suggestions, either for this or ideas for other remixes.

Cheers, Stanthedog.
Also see Dubstep Girl


Magic, Magic E!

2010-09-05 17:05:45 by stanthedog

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Well, I assume american users will be wtf'ing their arses off at this video. The song is from an early BBC educational kids TV programme called Look And Read, which ran from way back from the 60s through to the 00s. It's fair enough to say, as a nostalgic symbol of british childhood, it was fucking epic!

I may be in way over my head is here, but the plan is to do a filthy Dubstep remix of this innocent tune, as I did with Dubstep Girl. I've done a little work on it so far, immediate drug-related undertones crop up, overall it's sounding pretty sweet so far. I'll be glad to take any comments or suggestions, either for this or ideas for other remixes.

Cheers, Stanthedog.



Hello My Dubstep Girl

Description:
This song was a hell of a lot of fun to make; the sample is from the ragtime song: Hello, Ma Baby!

There have been dozens of versions of this song since 1899. This version is by Michigan J. Frog voiced by Bill Roberts in the 1955 Loony Tunes cartoon One Froggy Evening.

If it's relevant, the short One Froggy Evening is copyright 1995 Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, Inc.

I hope to god, this doesn't get taken down, the intro might throw you a little, but I assure you, everything beyond that sample is completely my work.