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“The wreckerator had some left over, and it was just the right consistancy for those zany bloopy 'lines'.”
“Most of all, Paul Pelletier, an artist who I hated on The Flash, hated on Exiles, whose figures are sometimes bloopy and flabby, is on a roll here, with a slight retailoring of his style for the FF, and a lean figure sense that totally works for me inker Rick Magyar certainly helps as well.”
“There's nothing like a Red Sox win in the bottom of the ninth with two outs on a bloopy little Trot Nixon single.”
“Mr. Mathambo's rhymes and choruses were backed by the bloopy tones of electro, the bass thuds of dubstep and the deep drumbeats and crackling hi-hats of tribal house.”
“The Fall" is a low-budget capsule of his usual eclecticism, with Ali Farka Touré-style Malian guitar on "Bobby in Phoenix" and bloopy motorik techno on "Detroit.”
“Yep, Linus Akesson of Sweden can play those bloopy-bleepy video game sounds on a proper keyboard, the kind of two-level organ your grandma might have in her living room.”
“Definetly sounds more bloopy bleepy than a modern card.”
“Silversun Pickups creates dramatic, jangly, minor-key fare - with an untypical bloopy old synth on top.”
“Their guitars have the tone set to 10, locked on the bridge pickup, the keyboards still have that bloopy quality, and it's wonderful.”
“I created a font with three simple glyphs in a sort of bloopy geometric style.”
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