A variety of fanciful musical machines perform light rock tunes.

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A variety of fanciful musical machines perform light rock tunes.

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A new computer animation video album

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Animation | Short | Music

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19 November 2005 (USA)  »

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Wayne Lytle: [Gyro Drums commentary] Well, I have someone special with me here doing the director's commentary. It's my son Andrew, who's nine. He's nine right now, at least when we're recording it. If you're watching this years from now, he'll be older. But anyway, I want you to say "hi".
Andrew Lytle: Hi.
Wayne Lytle: And, uh, do you wanna tell us anything about this animation?
[the satellite drummers in the video begin to drum more frantically]
Andrew Lytle: Well, this part is really colorful, and I think it took Dad a very long time to make it. ...
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Cathedral Pictures
Written by Modest Mussorgsky ("Pictures at an Exhibition")
Arranged by Wayne Lytle
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Almost as good as the first one...almost
20 June 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Currently "Animusic 2" has a higher rating on IMDb, but I really think the first album was much better. Sure, with "Animusic 2" you have slightly better graphics as computer technology is four years newer. However, the most important things about the DVDs are the music and originality--and in both areas the first album edges out the second. Now I am NOT saying the second one is bad--it isn't. It's just that after buying both and viewing them repeatedly, I found myself going back more and more to the first because of the great songs and graphics--particularly the one with the pipes as well as the bouncing balls. With "Animusic 2", the only one that stands out in my mind as the equal to these two is the robots--which are really exciting to watch.

My advice is get both DVDs, but if you only get one, start with the first.


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