This is a lovely song.
(via Mixing Memory)
man, those zombies have better dance moves than most of the creobots I’ve met.
since they both want to eat my brains, if i have no choice, I’ll go with the zombies, thanks.
PZ, if you like that, check out one of Jonathan Coulton’s other songs, “I Crush Everything”. Without spoiling things, I think you’ll appreciate the subject matter.
Go to http://www.jonathancoulton.com/songs , scroll down to the album “Where Tradition Meets Tomorrow” and you should find it.
Is this the same guy who wrote “Code Monkey?” That song is so adorable it practically brings a tear to my eye.
Leave it to people who play WoW…
That’s a cool video, but I like this version better: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTq6jH-YkHM
And if you want to see The Man himself doing it live with zombie audience participation, go here: http://youtube.com/watch?v=AjcH2UmK1uo
Nice one, but I’m always amazed about the movements those WoW characters can make …
I resemble this remark. Or at least my Forsaken (zombie) priest Savillo does…
Personally, I think the Tauren doing the Electric Slide is cool, but so is this.
You might like the Zombeatles, “A Hard Day’s Night of the living Dead”.
I had time to find “The Internet Is For Porn” (somewhat NSW, but no nudity. Just slightly off-color lyrics):
Internet Porn WoW Video
The best song about brainzzzz is Voltaire’s. Unfortunately there is no Youtubeable version of it.
ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!! This guy’s great!
Jeez, all this zombie luv and not a nod to the definitive history in the making (movie to come): World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War
Markus: Indeed. I haven’t paid much attention to recent games – astonishing!
I have been teaching my four year old this song.
A funny video of warcrack
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