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“Tatooine” by Jeremy Messersmith, directed by Eric Powers.
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Comments

  1. Deltus says:

    As good as the animation was (and it was good, don’t mistake my meaning), that song was the bomb.

  2. Josh says:

    I bet you don’t like being billed as Chris Hardwicks any more than he likes being billed as Eric Powers. Though he probably loves your podcast anyway. Don’t we all? :-)

  3. Mike says:

    Ah, never mind.

  4. Mike says:

    Anyone understand the lyric at 1:41 after “solo’s are fine but duets are romantic?” It’s just bugging me.

  5. Jeffrey says:

    Ha that was really good

  6. Patti says:

    Wow! Wonderful music and excellent animation. Thank you for sharing that, Chris!

  7. Diana says:

    Urged by popular nerdy demand, Jeremy Messersmith (a Minneapolis musician who is not signed on a record label) released the song onto iTunes earlier this week.

  8. Future historians are going to think Star Wars was a religion when they find all the homages to it =)

    ~Rhaco

  9. Joey says:

    That was pretty cool. I loved that song, and the animation fit really well with it.

    The links to their websites are broken, by the way.

  10. Matt Pike says:

    Sweet tune, and a lot of hard work on the amination. Gave me goose bumps