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For those not in the know, Cartoon Network used to make these awesome music videos called Groovies in the late 90s and early 2000s that completely rocked the house. I just found a bunch of these online and have to post them. So I guess ITT: we whack off to how awesome these were.

First one I saw and still my favorite because of the darker song combined with exaggerated cartoon expressions.

Back before the world cared what Jpop/Jrock was, Cartoon Network cared.

Another one of my favorites that I've been singing for years and could never remember where it was from.

Cartoon Network also had a bunch of original remixes of old cartoons.

Also like this one.

Sometimes they got the band to make a new song for the series.

I think RetroForce Go! fans will recognize this song!

God, Loony Tunes rocked.

Groovies even made Ed, Edd, and Eddy kinda good.

There was also the occasional live-action excursion.

I think this is the last one I'll post, even though there are some more cool ones out there. You can see more at this guy's YouTube page, and you really should, since I still skipped over a bunch of good ones, even if a few later ones weren't all that good.

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