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14th Nov '17 3:12:36 AM KorenSteen
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* The goat's music from Animation/TheGoatMusician has a general vibe to it that goes all over the place with an incomprehensible mood to boot. That's not even mentioning the theme he used for his work, which is taken from a Russian folk song that ends with a goat getting eaten by a pack of wolves. [[spoiler: The ending implies this is what happened to the goat musician as well after walking off with the wolf into the woods]].

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* The goat's music from Animation/TheGoatMusician ''Animation/TheGoatMusician'' has a general vibe to it that goes all over the place with an incomprehensible mood to boot. That's not even mentioning the theme he used for his work, which is taken from a Russian folk song that ends with a goat getting eaten by a pack of wolves. [[spoiler: The ending implies this is what happened to the goat musician as well after walking off with the wolf into the woods]].
14th Nov '17 3:11:54 AM KorenSteen
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14th Nov '17 3:11:21 AM KorenSteen
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* The goat's music from Animation/TheGoatMusician has a general vibe to it that goes all over the place with an incomprehensible mood to boot. That's not even mentioning the theme he used for his work, which is taken from a Russian folk song that ends with a goat getting eaten by a pack of wolves. [[spoiler: The ending implies this is what happened to the goat musician as well after walking off with the wolf into the woods]].
9th Nov '17 3:54:24 PM dsneybuf
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* The "Music/GuardiansInferno" music video slavishly follows the visual codes of '70s television, including laughable "aliens" and "spacemen" costumes, painfully obvious Chroma Key and other crappy special effects, over-the-top shots and camera moves, etc. Seriously, it's so "bad" in a well-done way and faithful to the tropes of the times, without knowing the context it's almost impossible to guess it's not a 40-year-old music video.
20th Oct '17 7:29:49 AM StFan
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* ''Fanfic/TheLightOfCourage'' is a series of fan animations based on ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' done in a deliberately blocky and polygonal style to imitate the low quality of the fan script they are based on.


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* ''WebAnimation/TheLightOfCourage'' is a series of fan animations based on ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' done in a deliberately blocky and polygonal style to imitate the low quality of the fan script they are based on.
13th Oct '17 8:58:10 PM Fretless94
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* Anime/BoboboboBobobo can [[FusionDance fuse together]] with Don Patch to become [=BoboPatch=]. However, one episode has them attempt this while in a theme park ride that causes everyone in it to [[FountainOfYouth turn into kids]]. The end result is a fusion that looks like it was drawn by a kid, but is somehow more powerful, to the point that he beats the villain they were fighting in [[OneHitKO one hit]].
6th Oct '17 10:25:47 AM Anduryen
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* The first (in airing order) episode of ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', "The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina", is a gloriously ''bad'' student film made by the main characters, with a plotline that makes no sense, random scene changes, flat characters, appalling acting, shoddy directing (the conversation where both characters are facing right springs to mind), ''really'' badly animated special effects (with one exception - that happens to nearly take out the cameraman) and an opening song which sounds like being sung at gun point. And [[DeadpanSnarker Kyon commenting]] on all this.

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* The first (in airing order) episode of ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', "The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina", is a gloriously ''bad'' ''gloriously'' bad student film made by the main characters, with a plotline that makes no sense, random scene changes, flat characters, appalling acting, shoddy directing (the conversation where both characters are facing right springs to mind), ''really'' badly animated special effects (with one exception - that happens to nearly take out the cameraman) and an opening song which sounds like being sung at gun point. And [[DeadpanSnarker Kyon commenting]] on all this.
28th Sep '17 12:19:46 PM Twentington
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* Country music parodist Music/CledusTJudd used to sing some of his parodies in a slightly off-key nasal twang, but later albums found him toning down the voice somewhat.

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* Country music parodist Music/CledusTJudd used to sing some of did this on his parodies first few albums, as he often sang in a slightly deliberately off-key nasal twang, but voice and sometimes had the instruments intentionally miss notes. His later albums found him toning down the voice somewhat.(about ''Juddmental'' onward) toned this down.
25th Sep '17 7:20:06 PM detachableface
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* In 1997, artist duo Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid once took a massive poll of Americans' taste in music, down to very specific criteria (what type of instruments were liked and disliked, what type of tempo, what type of lyrics, etc.). Using this data, they then decided to create the most statistically "wanted" and "unwanted" songs in America. The "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McIfIx29tSg Most Wanted Song]]" is a {{Glurge}}y R&B ballad that acutely reflects [[DeaderThanDisco the spirit]] of [[TheNineties the times]]. The "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gPuH1yeZ08&feature=my_liked_videos&list=LLqSkBarqx7oL3qVYMklBBQg Most Unwanted Song]]", however, born from average Americans' distaste for musical elements as diverse as opera, cowboy songs, rap music (!!), accordions, tubas, commercial jingles, bagpipes, children's voices, abrupt changes in tempo, extreme length, and "intellectual stimulation", [[SoBadItsGood must be heard to be believed]]. To put into perspective: this song features an opera singer rapping about cowboys and Creator/LudwigWittgenstein to the accompaniment of a drum machine, tuba and bagpipes. [[CrossesTheLineTwice Yes]].

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* In 1997, artist duo Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid once took a massive poll of Americans' taste in music, down to very specific criteria (what type of instruments were liked and disliked, what type of tempo, what type of lyrics, etc.). Using this data, they then decided to create the most statistically "wanted" and "unwanted" songs in America. The "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McIfIx29tSg Most Wanted Song]]" is a {{Glurge}}y R&B ballad that acutely reflects [[DeaderThanDisco the spirit]] of [[TheNineties the times]]. The "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gPuH1yeZ08&feature=my_liked_videos&list=LLqSkBarqx7oL3qVYMklBBQg com/watch?v=-gPuH1yeZ08 Most Unwanted Song]]", however, born from average Americans' distaste for musical elements as diverse as opera, cowboy songs, rap music (!!), accordions, tubas, commercial jingles, bagpipes, children's voices, abrupt changes in tempo, extreme length, and "intellectual stimulation", [[SoBadItsGood must be heard to be believed]]. To put into perspective: this song features an opera singer rapping about cowboys and Creator/LudwigWittgenstein to the accompaniment of a drum machine, tuba and bagpipes. [[CrossesTheLineTwice Yes]].
23rd Sep '17 8:28:07 PM nombretomado
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* The BamanPiderman animations are made of this.

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* The BamanPiderman WebAnimation/BamanPiderman animations are made of this.
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