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Waiting For The Worms

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Mar 22, 2008 | 2:25 AM EDT

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You cannot reach me now.

No matter how you try.

Goodbye cruel world, its over.

Walk on by.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Isn't this where we came in?

Gerkinman responds:



Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


You are challenged. At the beginning and end of the song you can clearly hear the crows shouting "Hammer! Hammer! Hammer!", and not only that but if you've seen the film based on Pink Floyd's album The Wall, you'll know that in the sequence for Waiting for the Worms, you can VERY CLEARLY see the marching hammers that represent the minions who follow Pink and his fascist campaign. Idiot



Rated 4 / 5 stars

lol what are you doing

I've favorited you since the Gerkinman series and lately I get these emails saying you have new stuff on newgrounds and I'm like OMG! But turns out they are just low scored loops.

Do you enjoy these low scores lol? I think the loops are funny though so I don't care. GERKINMAN DOOH DOOH DOOHDLE DOOH DOO!

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Gerkinman responds:

I am working on a proper music video, tho im not entirely sure when it will be released.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good quality, but bland.

As far as loops go, it's a great loop, don't get me wrong. But for a full length song, it could use more substance. I love Pink Floyd though, and your use of the anonymous marching hammers in a symbolic manner was well done. Also the graphics are good and well drawn. So I suppose in short, it's great to look at, but does not quite do justice to the song.

By the way, I've always thought that Pink Floyd's The Wall could be compared to George Orwell's 1984 (in terms of topic matter, and the such). What do you think?

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Gerkinman responds:

It is a little, tho the wall covers alot of different subject matter.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Marcing hammers????

This had absolutely NOTHING to do with the song! The hammers were well done, but nothing else moved; why? The animation was good for what it was but let's do something relevent to what we're hearing, please.

Gerkinman responds:

You obviously dont know what the song about or the fact that the hammers are a symbol.