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(Oh yeah, Toxic favorited this on Youtube. Gives a certain closure to the whole thing, since he was responsible for the entire idea in the first place.)
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Wild Wild West (SamuraiTacoJohn animutation)
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Author: SamuraiTacoJohn
Release Date: unknown
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Complexity: unrated
Animutatedness: unrated
Audio Info
Wild Wild West
Artist: Will Smith
Album: Single
Genre: Rap
Language: English


The date is February 25, 2007. "Someone" has just been revealed as Toxic AKA Bob Barker. Alex Cameron facetiously asks Toxic what he thought of his animutation, Wild Wild West. Toxic suggests an alternate version of Wild Wild West, featuring the original Will Smith theme song, starring Godzilla, the Hamburglar, and The Tin Man.

Two years later, a newcomer to the animutation community decides to create that animutation.


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"Wild Wild West" was the theme song to the 1999 Will Smith movie of the same name. It samples heavily from Stevie Wonder's "I Wish" and Kool Mo Dee's "Wild Wild West".


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