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The Tone Fulps

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This is The Tone Fulps playing their final concert on top of the Newgrounds Studios.

For fun I'll let the viewer work out for themselves which singer-from-a-bygone-era each character is supposed to represent.

Setlist:

1. I Want To Hold Your Salad Fingers
2. Brackenwood (This Dashkin Has Flown)
3. Black and White Tank
4. Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me and My Hominid
5. Dig a Penicorn
6. Drive My Tank
7. Cry Nene Cry
8. And Your Mershaq Can Sing
9. Ob-La-Me, Ob-La-Dad
10. Portal King

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Awesome

How parodic

Beatles meets Newgrounds huh? Interesting Combination. Like the songs you made up :D ahahahah

This would be an interesting band.

Fan art is sometimes really fun. The Archies meet Newgrounds Lore I enjoyed this piece.

Very well designed

Wow, what a great concept. I love the way that Pico looks like Bowie and that you've decided to give him a massive package.

While I'd have considered adding Weird Al's "I Remember Larry (and the Gnomes)" to the setlist, you've done a top knotch job on this, with massively 60s and 70s tones thrown in there, to balance things out, along with references to Newgrounds itself, with Darnell's Banjo having a clock face, Pico having a smoking shotgun and Nene's bloody cleaver as a guitar as well. The problem is that the band will sound crap, with three guitarists and no bassist (I know the Beatles did that, but that's beside the point!)

Should we be able to see a different colour of shade in that gap between the boards in the foreground?

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Aigis
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