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Watch it if you can stay awake. Boring, drab and awful.
Sound: Hey, good music - I'll give it that. And I like the focus on getting kids interested in music...
Writing: But bland writing, and - let's be honest...
Animation: Lousy pseudo-psychedelic animation. I get the "old skool" style of the animation, but these days it's easy to defend lazy animators by saying they're being "retro" or "artsy". Garbage.
My other 5 critics: And this is what it boils down to - NOT ONE of my five kids, ranging from 2 to 9 years,sat through more than 5 minutes of this drivel. I hope Cartoon Network doesn't lose its shirt over this 30 minute Outkast commercial.
In summary: AVOID.
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