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Actually, Propose With The “Gumball Rag”

It’s midnight. Crunch time. This is when you realize that the cholcolate you bought is actually six months old, the flowers are wilted, and your suit is still in the cleaners. That’s when you go to plan ‘B.’ You transform into Tom Brier and play the music from the Gumball Machine bonus stage in Sonic the Hedgehog 3:

Amy Rose’s dress is kinda like a flapper girl from the 1920’s anyway. So it works out a lot better than you might think! Besides, the music is pretty awesome anyway. It doesn’t get nearly as much love as it should. Even if it was used extensively in Sonic’s Schoolhouse.

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    Holy fucking shit that’s amazing 😀

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    So because of this stupidly amazing post… I looked up more of the videos. I used to actually HATE ragtime music. Now I’m addicted. I’ve been listening to different youtube vids for over an hour now. I NEED AN INTERVENTION!

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    Oh God! Want… no, NEED more!

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    I LOVE THIS SO MUCH!
    CAN’T…. STOP… DANCING!
    And was that a Score Tally SFX made in the piano at the end?

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    The fact that these people are so good makes my own keyboard/piano playing feel worthless.  Also, agreed that the song doesn’t get enough love.

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    very tempted to make this my ringtone. 😀

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    😀 That is awesome!
    The gumball machine has always been my fav bonus stage. ^^

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    Bonus stages in the sonic games always have the best music.

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    Nice.

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    Oh I just found this exact same video a couple days ago, listen to his other stuff too!

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    You know, if anyone likes this kind of ragtime / video game combo, they should check out Keeper1st’s YouTube channel, as he hosts most of Tom’s game music performances.

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