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Feb 6, 2005 | 6:20 PM EST
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Author Comments

Hope you all enjoy!!
The audio quality could be better but that was the only file I had to work with.
To view more of my work please visit WWW.PHATEGGS.COM!!

(this is for most questions that are coming up)
I created this animation in 2001 . This is the first post I ever did for NG. I've seen the another animation using the same song yesterday for the first time. It's interesting for me to see how other artists would animate the same song. As for the audio, if anyone has a better copy I would gladly re-import the better audio into the file. I have a feeling that the audio is the same for everyone. It's just that I have my audio setting very high so people can hear more crappy detail. The song was poor to begin with, I have a feeling that they used samples of the origional song to create the parody. Sort of sucks that I'm losing ratings over something I have no controll over. What can I do?? Anyway I hope everyone can get a laugh over it....

Reviews


KWAS71KCKKWAS71KCK

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 6, 2005

wicked

this was too cool. i was only half done watching this animation and i put it into my favorites list. i know i like the original 'devil went to georgia' song better, but this re-mix with weed was just awesome. i absolutely loved this one.
Great work :D



sammistarsammistar

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars February 6, 2005

DAC Did NOT DO the Orginal

The orginal was done by Charlie Daniels, NOT David Allen Coe. David Allen Coe did the "The Best Country Song Ever" aka "You don't have to call me darlin. AS for this it was pretty cute. Good work.


Aaron-Sky responds:

Yes. Charlie Daniels did do the original "The Devil went down to Georgia" which was covered by various bands. What I'm saying is the credit for the actual recording of this parody "The Devil went down to Jamaica" was done as far as I know by David Allen Coe.


TenkuBlossomTenkuBlossom

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 6, 2005

OK

DAC did the original Devil went down to Georgia. The parody i have no clue.

That was decent. The only thing off was some timing and he crappiness of the song. But i understand what u had to work with. Not bad.



DassinatorDassinator

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars February 6, 2005

Good but...

You're taking credit for the song (Song by Whatever u said in the movie.) The Song is actually copyrighted to Wierd Al Yankovich, and if i didn't know any better, taking credit for things that you didn't create is ILLEGAL on newgrounds!


Aaron-Sky responds:

I'm sorry but you are wrong. The song is not a Weird Al song at all. You can check on Weird al's official site http://www.weirdal.com/parodypolkas.htm . As far as I know the song is written by David Allen Coe and I DO give him full credit for the song as well as a link to his site. Before you start causing trouble and accusing people of steeling please do your research first. If I am incorrect and you have proof to back up your statement please enlighten me so I can make the appropriate corrections. Thank You


Portal-DiverPortal-Diver

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 6, 2005

Yeessss

I love this song ever since I heard it on the radio. I would love to see you redo this with better sound quality if you don't mind. But still a great flash.