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The Way We Get By

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A frame by frame music video collaboration between -SQEEZY-, J_sMoOtH, Livecorpse, and HatterClock. Each person had thier own 40 seconds to animate whatever came to mind to thier part of the song. (Therefore making a diverse and random piece of work.) The song chosen for this flash is "The Way We Get By" by Spoon.

Sqeezy says: What a waste of time...
JsMoOtH says: Sqeezy your a silly guy..

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Pretty solid video animation was alright pretty decent stuff music was absolutely amazing as well looking forward to new stuff

Very smooth music video

So this music video type here was pretty amazing the animation and video seemed to flow along with some nice actions within the video and such so really nice I like all the content and how it flows with the music reallys makes for a nice video great stuff here.

make more like this


How elaborate! You know, it is weird to see Livecorpse work on a cartoon where a guy kills himself. So pop culture is a bad influence! I probably liked his part the most. Well, his parts. This is a good song.

The length seemed good too. It looked kind of boring at first. I'm glad it wasn't! Sqeezy's a great artist too. The colors are great.


Another random music collaboration where 99% of what is happening onscreen doesn't fit the music at all. Was an awesome song, and some of the animation was good, but they just didn't gel well together. Livecorspse as always went for the death and blood and stuff. Not much to really say. It's decent enough work, but has no coherence with anything else, includind the other entries in the video.

good but...

what happen to him? who died and how i want a story >:D also the movie was nice

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4.30 / 5.00

Mar 1, 2004
5:35 PM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place March 2, 2004