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TmsT's Zero Wing Rhapsody

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Mar 2, 2005 | 3:12 AM EST
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How are you gentle "All Your Base" fans!
At last, an anime-style musical remake of the infamous "All Your Base"/Zero Wing intro, with the words set to a well-known piece of music by Queen... with a few extra references thrown in for good measure, and completely redrawn graphics.
UPDATE: March 4 - Thanks for the guitar tuition, people! I've fixed that visual inconsistency just for you. Thanks for being so patient and not using that consistency error as an excuse to do a Comic Book Guy and deduct points. ^_^ T.O.E.Z.!!

UPDATE: Dec 29, 2008: The music can be downloaded here: y_-_TmsT.mp3



Rated 5 / 5 stars

very cool


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I remember this when it first came out when I was a kid. Years later, I STILL keep watching it and listening to the mp3. It's just that good. All who made this did an excellent job. Ever since I've watched it, I can't help but move my head like in the video when the riff starts picking up ("You have no chance to survive, make your time ha haaaaaaaa!"). lol This is definitely something I'll probably remember, and keep watching every now and then if I can, until I'm dead. lol

I can't help but wonder what Queen would think of this video if they saw it. lol Hopefully, they'd enjoy it as much as we all have!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

CAN'T STOP WATCHING IT, i love it so much

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

*********************ck yeah.

Five out of five just for the MIDI rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

No matter how old this is I still enjoy watching it, having the classic "All Your Base" set to one of my all-time favorite songs, Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." Bohemian Rhapsody + All Your Base sure is an odd combination, huh?

The song was both fabulous and humorous, especially the dialogue that doesn't quite fit and has to be repeated to fit the melody. I think the funniest example of this would be the "Main screen turn on" part, that was really well-done and funny.

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