They Might Be Giants - Tiny Toons - Particle Man Music Video! (1990)

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bearkat84 Posted 10 years 2 months ago
love this one too
burby8100 Posted 12 years 7 months ago
hell yeah I love this song this use to be on foxkids then nick.great song.
samya2007 Posted 13 years 3 months ago
they get rid of all the good cartoons i mean damn
BadGurl404 Posted 13 years 7 months ago
OMFG! I loved TMBG! My brother had the "Flood" CD.
RIVE Posted 14 years 1 month ago
It's too bad that the band They Might Be Giants never really made a music video for this song. Though this, and the other Tiny Toons cartoon with their song, is in their collection of music videos on video.
Nipratts Posted 14 years 2 months ago
this has to be my favorite video on retrojunk tiny toons has to be my fav cartoon in the world (but its not) (Garfield is)
Nipratts Posted 14 years 5 months ago
you just gotta love dizzy on the arcodian its soo funny
dramagirl1990 Posted 14 years 5 months ago
I never understood the video, but i remember it well.i think plucky trying to fight those fat wrestlers is classic and for some reason Dizzy on the accordion makes me laugh.

Wasn't there another one, Istanbul not Constantinople,something like that?
Celeste Posted 14 years 6 months ago
Thanks NickMania. LOL!! It's too bad they didn't keep Tiny Toons on Fox Kids but I remember this quite well with Dizzy Devil on the accordian.

Shirley the Loon did Nothing Comes Close To You, a knock off of Sinad O'Conner's Nothing Compares 2 U, and Toons are In by Vanilla Lice and something else but I can't remember what it was. Oh yes. It was Istanbul Costantanoble by They Might Be Giants.
EmeraldeJade Posted 14 years 8 months ago
Ah yes a classic tiny toons video. This video was where I actually heard this song for the first time.
NickMania Posted 14 years 8 months ago
yep and I am the one that posted this awesome video!
Daikun Posted 14 years 8 months ago
The song and music video are great. Tiny Toon Adventures was a great stepping stone for what will be the basis for Animaniacs a few years later.
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