Compilation of Songs by The Smiths Reimagined as 8-Bit Arcade Music - Laughing Squid

Thought this might be somewhat amusing to the site -- no less amusing than the posts over at True To You.

It's Smiths music covered in the style of 8-bit video game bleeps and bloops.

An Amusing Compilation of Songs by The Smiths Reimagined as 8-Bit Arcade Music - Laughing Squid

Hipster Disco, hardcore fans of all things The Smiths and Morrissey, have amusingly compiled a number of reimagined songs by The Smiths as the 8-bit synthesized music often found in old console video and arcade games.

[Volume One]
1. This charming man by Alan Paz
2. There is a light that never goes out by Leeni (uncredited)
3. William, It was really nothing by godlesswickedvanian
4. Heaven knows I’m miserable now by godlesswickedvanian
5. Please. please, please let me get what i want (unknown)


[Volume Two]
1. The boy with the thorn in his side by godlesswickedvanian
2. You’ve got everything now (unknown)
3. The headmaster ritual by Lynit (uncredited)
4. How soon is now? (edit) by SixSickSix

 
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Thought this might be somewhat amusing to the site -- no less amusing than the posts over at True To You.

It's Smiths music covered in the style of 8-bit video game bleeps and bloops.

Link: http://laughingsquid.com/an-amusing...-the-smiths-reimagined-as-8-bit-arcade-music/

[Volume One]
1. This charming man by Alan Paz
2. There is a light that never goes out by Leeni (uncredited)
3. William, It was really nothing by godlesswickedvanian
4. Heaven knows I’m miserable now by godlesswickedvanian
5. Please. please, please let me get what i want (unknown)

[Volume Two]
1. The boy with the thorn in his side by godlesswickedvanian
2. You’ve got everything now (unknown)
3. The headmaster ritual by Lynit (uncredited)
4. How soon is now? (edit) by SixSickSix
i like this kinda of stuff. probably works better with charming man and the more prominent single note lead stuff
 
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Eric Hartman

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I can't wait for the accompanying exposition of artwork of The Smiths done by four years olds using macaroni & glue.
 

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